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Rosie333
@rosie333
09/21/16 03:20:09AM
20 posts

Are you a Light Empath or a Dark Empath?


Empath

Hi All,

From my brief reading and understanding of light and dark empaths, it appears dark empaths are able to lift the lid or veil on the dark forces at work in this world. They do not take things at face value and can see and feel deceit and underhandedness. The light empaths are usually overly optimistic and take things at face value. We certainly need both the light and dark empaths to see the truth and to lighten up and make peace with the dualities in this world

Rosie333
@rosie333
09/20/16 04:08:19PM
20 posts

A validating comment from a friend.


Empath

That's great to hear Liz! You must have lovely energy, animals and people can feel it, even if they can't really say what it is. So nice to have validation

Light and love R

Rosie333
@rosie333
09/19/16 06:00:35PM
20 posts

thinking more about the wellbeing of others more than myself?


Empath

Dear @h1234,

Please don't change, you are a beautiful soul with so many gifts to bring to this world! To love others more than self reminds me of the Buddhist tradition "cherish others, not self' and then the Christian tradition, "love thy neighbour as thyself'' These fundamental ways of being are not easily accomplished in a world that stresses 'self, first'. Granted this way of being requires a LARGE input of energy, requiring time out, reflection and nurturing, when your energy becomes depleted. Nurturing others, is a talent- just as the best physicists can come up with mathematical equations to describe the universe, care of others is a skillĀ  like physics, love is another way of defining the universe.

In terms of trusting others, not being a 'doormat' and not letting others control you, I say

trust others as much as possible as it feels wonderful to know that someone thinks of you as being trustworthy, and by showing trust it becomes a great motivator for them to become ever more trustworthy. "I trust you' becomes another way of saying 'I believe in you"On being a 'doormat', I would venture to suggest to 'pick your battles,' confrontation is not the only way.In terms of control I feel some people experience a type of 'fear' and feel they need to have some type of control over situations or people and find it very difficult to give up this fear. This does,t mean you should let others take over your life, it only means that you have an understanding of where they are coming from.

I agree with @cbxjohn, focus on your own and other's energy and put your order in to Universal source energy. What you want for others. love , companionship. family is automatically the same as what you want and wish for yourself. At the right time your dreams will manifest.

Love and light, and a great mew relationship for you!

R

Rosie333
@rosie333
08/08/16 03:25:34AM
20 posts

Anyone else deal with social isolation?


Empath

Dear Kit Kat, So true, common ground is the cement of friendship. I agree being a great friend and not expecting is quite admirable and the central tenet of many religions and philosophies. If you can connect to the divine when friendships are sparse to recharge then that is great. Then when you are ready and have nurtured self it is a wonderful principle to spread around this loving energy as it is very contagious.

I love your answer,

blessings to you :)

Rosie333
@rosie333
08/04/16 03:38:56PM
20 posts

Anyone else deal with social isolation?


Empath

Good Point, Cat whisperer and very true, I'm an extrovert and can't spend to much time alone and need to be around others for a lot of the time. So I tend to recharge that way :)

Rosie333
@rosie333
08/03/16 07:34:00PM
20 posts

Anyone else deal with social isolation?


Empath

Dear Gemma,

I feel for you and I think as empaths this is a common theme where we end up being the supporters of others and then when we need it ourselves, it is often a case of 'where are those friends of mine when I need them!' Cheshire Cat, had a wonderful idea in a discussion with her recently. She suggested that I look at the Myers Briggs Personality inventory )(Thank you soo much Cheshire cat!) Well it was very helpful and I have got together with some like-minded people and had a lot of fun with it . What I'm getting at here is that if you are the type who has extrovert tendencies then mixing with others could be quite healing and helpful, which ever way you go about it . If you are introverted then time alone is very important to regroup and gain a perspective on things. When you learn more about this inventory you will be better able to 'pick' friends who are more compatible with how you think and relate to the world. If only there was an 'Empathville' I'd move there straight away lol!On a more serious note, I know many of us have been hurt badly and our trust broken. It is so nice to have the love and support of this community. My heart goes out to you Gemma, don't lose faith, there may still be a special friend out there for you.

Love and Blessings

R

Rosie333
@rosie333
08/03/16 05:34:59PM
20 posts

Best shield to block electronics?


Empath

Great Cat, please update us and let us know how you are going :)

Rosie333
@rosie333
08/02/16 06:39:55PM
20 posts

Best shield to block electronics?


Empath

Dear Cat,

I know what you mean about being sensitive to wifi and electronics, I have the same problems. A few suggestions to help is 1. geocleanse by orgone effects. Material impregnated with negative ion generation capabilities

2. Grounding mat to place on floor at your desk (Im sorry I don't have the website at hand, google earthing and that will help

3. Q-link necklace, has inbuilt solanoid to help strengthen body and blood there is info on this and studies which show effectiveness, also you could try Orgone effects negative ion pendant shown to strengthen auric field. These are relatively cost effective methods with some back-up studies/research.

Love and light to You :)

R

Rosie333
@rosie333
07/27/16 11:41:02PM
20 posts



Dear Kim,

Time and the passage of time helps to heal wounds. If you are an introvert, time alone where you can reflect on your experiences and how you feel will be very helpful. A really good way of finding clarity after pain is to engage in meditation where you just sit quietly and become an observer of your thoughts, Just let them flow in and then don't really hang on to them just let them pass through. This allows a lot of your subconscious mind to flow and you may have an epiphany after each session. If you are an extrovert this excercise is also very powerful however you will need to balance your introversion with healthy contact with others. If you are unsure of where you are on this dimension the Myers-Briggs personality inventory is very helpful. This personality inventory also highlights your strengths and I feel it would be great to once again get a focus on the beauty coming from within yourself. I agree with Lotus fly that you are probably different now and have 'morphed' into someone new with the richness of experience. Your soul however remains the same, allow the pain to surface focus on the things that make you special and unique and in time the inner child will return where you will once again see the world with wonder.

Love and Light R

Rosie333
@rosie333
07/26/16 04:36:14PM
20 posts

handling broken trust when you saw it coming


Empath

Dear Cat Whisperer, I am very sorry to have mixed up your name. Cats are very dear to me so Im glad you can whisper to cats. Thank you for your reminder Cheshire cat! How best to deal with these people that are 'too good to be true'?' Well luckily I have been a work trainer and this background has saved me from getting overly disappointed in people when I feel they don't measure up or they have been dishonest. I tell myself that they probably aren't trustworthy, or maybe some type of underlying competition has been set up which brought about clarity, leading to the disappointment. I think to myself , what am I disappointed in and try to encourage and motivate that person to improve in that area and focus on pointing out positives whenever they engage in these more productive thoughts and actions. The good thing is that you have had clarity and you know that that person is not a true friend . It can be difficult to find friends who are honest and who want to equalise the power between themselves and others. Keep looking, don't be disparaged they may be hard to find and you will love them even more when you do find them! :)

Rosie333
@rosie333
07/25/16 06:09:58PM
20 posts

handling broken trust when you saw it coming


Empath

Dear Thamara

I think the two opinions expressed by Leaderer and Cheshire cat are excellent. I would just like to add, Intuition is no. 1. Trust your intuition at all times and do not overlook these feelings nor add logical explanations to counter them. As an empath this is one of your prime gifts, it is there for protection. Yes we are here to Love first and foremost, and forgiveness and the search for good qualities in all is wonderful. There may be a point however when you may need to detach from others to guard your vulnerabilities.This is better done sooner rather than later if you feel that reality aligns with your initial feelings.

Rosie333
@rosie333
07/10/16 07:54:25PM
20 posts

Word or Phrase


Empath

Dear Femonique,

A vocabulary using 'I understand' and 'I am grateful' is a great way of opening people's hearts, I like it!

Something I have found extremely helpful for me has been to say to myself (often aloud when no one is there) 'Can you believe it!' When things goes wrong or people have hurt me or treated me unfairly. This helps me to move from hurt to humour, like being incredulous that people could even contemplate or even conceive of behaving in such a way , as in this is so ridiculous it's funny! And then when things go wrong 'can you believe it!'

helps me to laugh at Murphys law (if things can go wrong they usually do!) This helps me a lot to turn frustration, hurt and anger into their antagonists, humour lightening up any situation.

Light and love to all R

Rosie333
@rosie333
07/09/16 11:54:32PM
20 posts

In law clique draining me


Empath

Dear Cat whisperer,

I'm sorry you have got into bad politics, women style, they can be so catty and power hungry and the weak will always follow the person who is perceived as 'the leader. Well done I love the explanation of quality time for one family at a time. As an empath it is vital to ''find your tribe'' to keep your sanity and composure and to find reciprocity for your loving nature. When you need to be in a tribe that is different and you are ignored, just be mindful that the dynamics of power play are at play and that you and your opinions probably threaten the power of the ringleader. Just like chickens, the average person plays into a pecking order, and this has little reflection on how good a person is perceived to be. Much Love R

Rosie333
@rosie333
06/30/16 11:34:32PM
20 posts

Beyond confused


Empath

Dear Phyllis,

I have three beautiful children and for me each pregnancy was different. I felt disconnected in my pregnancy until my first born baby girl was 9 days old (she was screaming and unable to breastfeed) after this there was a very strong connection. With my second daughter there were hardly any movements during the pregnancy and she screamed for 2 years and wouldnt sleep, a total nightmare then but I laugh at it now. I was very unhappy in my marriage when I found out I was pregnant with my third child and I did not really want to have another child at all. I felt ill the whole pregnancy. When my son was born my husband and I were in shock as he was born with Down Syndrome.My husband could not handle this and we broke up. However this child is so totally amaaazing!

and such a blessing to this world. I am so glad I did not listen to any uncertainties that kept cropping up in all of my pregnancies As empaths we tend to be worry warts. Each child is special and has gifts to bring us as parents and then share these with the world. I just want to send you warm wishes of reassurance and trust that your ability to love as an empath will help you even at the most difficult times.

Rosie333
@rosie333
06/23/16 02:09:34AM
20 posts

Too much empathy for my kids


Empath

ps sometimes we can worry incessantly and this can break down our energy. Its important to breathe through the nose (mouth closed) as this encourages the relaxing alpha waves whereas mouth breathing encourages the busy worrying thoughts of beta waves. Catching yourself worrying about things you cannot change and then 'thought stopping' by saying stop to yourself and then changing the subject of your thinking may also be helpful

Much love R

Rosie333
@rosie333
06/22/16 07:54:38PM
20 posts

Too much empathy for my kids


Empath

Dear Sarah,

In our world of being an empath there is never a situation of too much empathy, that only exists out there in the other world in which we often have to try very hard to fit in. It is more a question of dealing effectively with the pain and suffering of our loved ones. I have been in a similar situation when my daughter was sick and I had a breakdown after months of stress due to bullying at work because of this. I think daily meditation and yoga nidra for insomnia may be very helpful as it is important to shut off one's thoughts so that it is possible to recharge and sleep.Your care and compassion will give your family strength as they know you truly care and this is like an island of refuge from the sea of people who just shrug their shoulders and manage to live a life where their emotional involvement in other's pain is minimal.. Self care like our fellow friends on this site have said is very important and as a mum we feel a very strong responsibility to hold it all together. Good nutirition, sleep and being able to talk to friends to release and talk about our fears is very important as is being centred and focused on possible practical solutions if this is possible.

Love and light R

Rosie333
@rosie333
06/17/16 07:38:04PM
20 posts

Relationships


Empath

Dear Mahi

Sorry to hear that you feel no reciprocity of sincerity from your siblings or lover. What can one do? People are who they are.

Perhaps your siblings have lost respect or are themselves unable to really be true to their nature. A great book to read is "Everyone can Win" outlining steps to help one gain strength in one's beliefs and ideas through constructive methods of voicing one's opinion. The book was developed in order to foster world peace which is what is so lovely about it. It is suggested to have it by one's bedside and study it regularly. After a while you find a certain amount of composure realising that not everyone is the same, and that you still have a right to your individualism , your voice.. If you feel your chosen partner is not there for you I would question what it is that draws you to them. No one is perfect however reciprocity is so important in establishing true and long lasting loving relationships.

Much love R

Rosie333
@rosie333
06/17/16 07:27:19PM
20 posts

Ripped apart .


Empath

Dear Kellybug

A great book to read is a book called Hope by Helen Cushing (Ahimsa) this book is specifically dedicated to people who have undergone trauma and offers simple yet effective strategies from certain yoga excercises to specific meditative practises proven to be effective in helping people with PSTD.

Much Love and Light to You :)

Rosie333
@rosie333
05/28/16 05:56:46PM
20 posts



Dear Autumn leaves,

As an idealist you were spreading your truth of light and love and the idea that there need not be such a thing as suffering in the 'ideal world'. You probably saw yourself as being the same as everyone and over time your idealism was shattered as you realised this was not the view held by most people around us.So in a way you have become 'awakened to the harsh reality of life here and that you for some strange reason hold an entirely different view of life. This awakening can shatter your world, however all is not lost! If you focus on sending your positive energy out as a beacon of love to all people you meet and focus on the energy of others you will have a way of better negotiating this world. Focusing inward is important however with your world view it is so beneficial for others that you spread the message you were born with to those around you as much as you can, and when hurt or disallusioned retreat back to your cave for recovery.. Try to balance your contacts so that you spend time with people of the 'light' to refresh your batteries and choose your friends carefully so that you feel vitalised when in their company. Look around you and take note, there are people around who truly care and this will will give you hope that as a collective these caring people really can make a difference to this world. Love and hugs

xox

Rosie333
@rosie333
05/27/16 11:22:54PM
20 posts



Dear Friends,

I think what has happened is that we came into this world vibrating at a different frequency to most others. Often, even our parents and siblings may have difficulty relating to this frequency. At a subconscious level people can sense each other's energies much like animals communicate. So what does this mean for people like us? I would like to compare it to art, the mainstream pretty pictures that are popular and look nice on the wall are one type of art to be appreciated. And sometimes something happens in the art world that provides a different aspect, that may make you think or possibly challenge your existing paradigm, think Picasso and Van Gough as opposed to Turner etc. So as presenters of a different energy and often different view of the world to match, empaths are here to share their paradigm for others even these 'others' only catch a glimpse of the meaning of our world.

So shine your light brightly fellow friends and realise that we can seek shelter from the storms by choosing our tribe wisely.