You said that you want this dead man out of your life...How do you know he is dead? It may be a relative that is trying to care for you, since he has been trying to help you do things when you got hurt. However, this is no excuse for the invasion of space. Have you tried talking to it? Let him know that you see him and you acknowledge his presence, but he needs to leave because you are uncomfortable. This usually works.
I had a spirit that always sat on my bed or kicked the end of the bed when I would lay down to go to bed. It would do this all night every night until I told it to leave me alone. Every now and then it kicks the bed and I simply say "ok. now go away." and it stops.
Hope this helps.
To reply to your second question.. I have to say no. As an empath, you feel the real person.. they have their emotions that flip back n forth all the time but you have to understand that for a true bi-polar person, they do not live in their episodes and they may have a hard time controlling these times. I would think that the only time you could be tricked like this is when there is a spiritual component to it. It's not to say that every bipolar person is possessed, but i feel like an empath would be able to tell the difference and feel the two separate parts.
I wanted to share an experience that I had like never before...
One night while a friend was visiting, I fell asleep after talking for hours. I had sensed that he had not yet accepted the death of his mother and that he didnt know where to begin the grieving process. While I was asleep, a white light came to me and I could sense that it was my grandmother... I have no idea how, but I just knew... the presence was just familiar. She had come with another light or spirit or orb, whatever term you prefer. This one was red, and just as bright as her... I sensed that this red spirit was another woman, old but not as old as my grandmother. The red light turned to a figure of a person that I could not make out, but it reached for my hand. I was afraid to give my hand, as I didnt want to be pulled into some 7th dimension and out of my body (lol). When she took my hand, she said "see how happy I am?" and I felt my entire body warm and vibrate inside. It was an inexplicable joy and happiness, but I couldnt take it. She said I wouldnt be able to completely comprehend while I am still in human form, but tell her son she is ok.
When I woke up, I shared this dream/vision with my friend. He said that his mother's name was Ruby, and that may have been why she appeared red. I'd never met her in life, so that was the only way I'd recognize her.
I would love to hear what you all think about this. Is this type of communication with spirits a good or bad thing? Should spirits be able to talk to you whenever they please?
Thank you all,
Being an empath is such a beautiful thing sometimes. The relationships that I tend to form are always close and intimate and bonding..
My sisters and I are very close and we all speak every day, multiple times a day. I know that we all are empaths to varying degrees because our mother was an empath... she was a beautifully spiritual woman flowing with light and love and even though she has passed away 2 years now, I can still feel her with me and can see that strong light from her from time to time when I need her. I seemed to have gotten this super-charged empath from her at the moment of her passing since I was there with her and have been forever changed since.
That being said, here's the down part about being an empath in my family:
My older sister just announced that she was pregnant with her second child. I was initially thrilled! I texted her that I was so happy since this is what she's wanted for quite some time now. Then all of a sudden I got sooo worried. But why? She then called me and asked me what was wrong and I didnt want to lie because there really isnt a reason to, but I didnt want to rain on her much needed parade. I told her I hoped everything goes as planned and I left it at that. Is it the nurturer in me that is worried or am I just paranoid?
I wish it was easier to simply rejoice with those that rejoice instead of feeling like the proverbial bearer of bad news.
Any tips on how to filter emotions, make them wait until you have the appropriate time to process them or how to QUICKLY decipher whether what you feel is rational or unnecessary?