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Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/30/17 07:32:30AM
1,184 posts

Question for Empaths


Empath

FWIW: I saw a video yesterday by someone who teaches a master course on alchemy. He says our magnetic field has been reduced by 20% in the past 17 years appx., due to changes in the sun, which is due to "go to sleep" again, and that is the cause of all this instability, both in the physical world, and in our minds and bodies. He says the magnetic field will be dropped by 50% by 2030!

He said the climactic warming is really just a short prelude to a major cooling, following a normal cycle the sun goes through. The bad weather events will spread and get worse everywhere soon, not just in north America. More and more animals will go home to 5th density, ie. they will appear extinct here. Animals will go back to 5th density before most humans, since they are more advanced in their vibratory rate (Now that part I do believe for sure!). He says the process of most of us being able to go on to 5th density will take a very long time.

I have no idea if he's right, but I have felt for years that this catastrophe we are headed for is a natural one, not a man made one, so that part would fit. I was feeling it might be a CME, which comes from the sun, so it would be sun related as he says.

Mostly, I just feel the ground has been pulled out from under me, which he says is typical for those who've not dealt adequately with their karmic baggage going into this change. He says people who've forgiven all, see all of us as one entity, and can love all unconditionally will have much less trouble. I admit that isn't me....not there yet by a mile.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/29/17 10:49:30AM
1,184 posts

Question for Empaths


Empath

Hi @zacharias,

    As someone who studied to be a Naturopath (I didn't finish though), I can't help noticing your symptoms of new muscle aches and facial tics fit magnesium deficiency well. Most Americans are deficient in Mg, but I believe empaths are more likely than most to be low in it, because we are under so much stress, and stress can dramatically increase Mg requirements. I'd like to recommend Natural Calm Mg Powder. The raspberry/lemon flavor is esp. good. It is calming as well as helping relax muscles. I don't own any stock in the company or work for it. I just like the product and the way you can control the dose to suit yourself. It is one of several calming supplements I am taking in these troubled times. 

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Hi @eri-ameonna,

     I so agree that " a general feeling of hopelessness" is a perfect way to describe what I am picking up these days. And, isn't it amazing that most non-empaths, which is most people, just won't admit to feeling it? When I talk to people, they say they are mostly happy.  I wish I could be happy, but I am very sad that people have a defeatist attitude towards letting the darkness win on earth, as if it is already too late. I don't watch news either, but can't seem to shake the oppressive feeling of some big catastrophe on the way. Sorry to be such a Debbie Downer, but this is the one place I can be honest.

Have a blessed day to all,

C. Cat 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/25/17 07:42:59AM
1,184 posts

Alien insect creature


Psychic and Paranormal

Paul,

Thanks very much for working on that persistent portal. I will let you know by PM if things change. Appreciate it! 

Irma wrecked our grounds and fences, but house is intact. I hope yours is okay. Makes me want to leave Florida more than ever now. Don't want to hijack this thread, so will sign off.....

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/25/17 07:25:25AM
1,184 posts

Alien insect creature


Psychic and Paranormal

Highly recommended for those who want the whole picture:

Reading:

1. anything on the danger of Spiritual Bypassing (lonerwolf has good articles)

2. anything on doing work on integrating your shadow side (lonerwolf has good articles on this too)

3. anything on how the masculine, left-brained patriarchy (current beliefs in most of world) needs integrating with the feminine, right-brained matriarchy (it's all good, no evil, so just be passive).....it's not a choice of one over the other, but must include both - (lonerwolf also good for this)

Viewing on You Tube:

1. Mark Passio's seminar on New Age Bullsh*t. Excellent for rocking the ego boat!

Back to work. Have a good day all,

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/24/17 03:37:25PM
1,184 posts

Living in a small town


Empath

I've lived in a small town of 1,500, another one of 5,500, a small city of 32,000, a medium city of 185,000 and currently live in a metro area of many run together cities and counties of over 2 million that requires a two hour drive one way on congested highways to get to the country. Then you have to drive back home through all that, which ruins all the relaxation you got.

My current place is the worst place I've ever lived. I cannot get any quiet. Just to go outside and do a five minute Qi Gong routine each morning with any concentration is impossible.....there is always someone yelling at their barking dog, loud traffic, a chain saw, or all of that at once and more. The traffic is insane. I am not one who can disappear into a crowd. I can't do crowds at all, so I just don't go. I find that I never leave home here except to go to the doctor, or to take early morning walks around an area park, before people get up. I am not a morning person at all, so I am really desperate for nature to do that!

The next worse was the small city of 32,00, where there were no employers that needed to bring in new people from outside, so everyone had lived there for generations and their whole family was there. They had no desire to make friends with outsiders and did not even understand why anyone might want to travel away from there when on vacation. At least it was quiet, dead quiet. Neighbors didn't even greet you, if you ever even saw them. The only friend I was able to make was another outsider. 

The town of 1,500 was best, because it had low enough land costs to have a couple of acres around the house and had lots of wildlife and forest, and because it's two major employers brought in people with Master's Degrees from outside, so I made friends and had people I could talk to with similar interests. It was the best of all worlds to me.

I'd say do plenty of research before making a move and know what you want and more importantly, what you really need to feel at home.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/24/17 02:58:35PM
1,184 posts

Alien insect creature


Psychic and Paranormal

I have a ragged edged, oval shaped portal in the corner of our bedroom, nearest our worst neighbors house, which is very close at that one corner. It's always been there, or at least for the 32 yrs. I've lived in the house. I can't see what comes through, but it feels evil and all my efforts to close it have failed. No spiders, just a blacker darkness at night and a very bad feeling. I sleep better in a chair in the living room. 

I agree with Paul about aliens, having had numerous experiences with one type that definitely feeds  off of  humanity, but I will not be drawn into yet another light worker vs. light warrior argument. IME, there is just no convincing those who have not seen, and I wish I hadn't seen or experienced what I have, so I understand light workers wanting to believe otherwise. However, IME, the  point here is that the dangerous ones do not need to morph into spiders and run away. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/17/17 09:08:40AM
1,184 posts

The Book, Conversations with God


New Age

If I remember correctly, it is a 3 book  series and I read them all. I liked them when I read them, but have since changed my opinion about a lot of that and feel it represents something called "spiritual bypassing". 

For anyone interested in a very informed rant about spiritual bypassing, Mark Passio has an excellent seminar on YouTube called "New Age Bulls*it". The lonerwolf.com website also has some excellent articles on spiritual bypassing.

If you don't like long and wordy, avoid A Course In Miracles. It makes Conversations with God look short and simple, IMO. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/17/17 08:21:17AM
1,184 posts

Question for Empaths


Empath

We just got power back last night, after 6 days without it. The pile of tree debris from our yard is 45 ft. long, 7 ft. high and still rising. One of our 150 ft. long, 6 ft. high solid fences blew over and landed in our neighbor's driveway, one section on her car. I watched the wind bend one of my flowering trees over almost to the ground and snap it off clean 2/3 of the way down. It was predicted to be a lot worse. I cannot even imagine......

I have strong personal feelings which may affect what I pick up. I have hated living here the entire 37 yrs. I've been here, on doctor's orders. I've had it with doctors and want to go back to the place I love. I do not believe them when they say it would kill me. I think it might save my life. However, that is another subject entirely!

I agree that our energy has to be expressed in some kind of manifestation in the material world. I've heard all the theories, but have no fixed belief as to how that works. I sure do see people being played like violins, letting TPTB divide us along every possible line so we don't look at who is really the problem, and the result is an atmosphere full of explosive anger, which must be released somehow. 

I am also picking up that Mother Earth is sick and tired of the fleas called humans who are poisoning her and raping her, and is letting us know who is boss. If we don't quit being so dumb that we crap where we eat, and if we continue to believe there is actually a place called "away" to throw the trash from our overconsumption, she may just decide to flick the fleas off for good. BUT, that may be my own love of nature over all else that is filtering what I pick up, so take it with a huge grain of salt. ;-)

Meanwhile, let us all pray for those poor folks in the Leeward islands who're about to get hit for the 3rd time in a row! 

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/06/17 02:16:38PM
1,184 posts

My Whitey came home


Animal Empaths

@ zen-angel,

    I have to go eat a take out dinner hubby just brought home, but will answer quickly. We live in the Tampa Bay area, near the Gulf. I agree, if it goes up the middle, that would be bad for you. Luckily, land usually lowers the category quickly. Glad you are high up. 

     Yes, I have studied to be a Naturopath and am taking loads of supplements, watching to avoid the ones that also replicate the addiction, and there are plenty of them.....as many as drugs! Ironically, the drug costs me 15 cents per month, the supplements are costing about $145. Yes, I use binaural, isochronic tone music all the time in the evenings, but have to be careful. I've found certain ones make my insomnia worse. I have found the best supplement for me is loads of L-tryptophan during the night. The drug is alprazolam, given for muscle spasms that threw me off my feet from fibromyalgia. It kept me out of a wheelchair back then, but is now causing major anger, memory and anxiety problems and has been proven to cause dementia. It is harder to get off of than heroin and is an awful drug. I wish I'd known about natural alternatives way back when.

    I will go eat now and wish you all a good evening. Praying for Puerto Rico right now.......

    hugs to all of you and your cats :-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/06/17 01:14:41PM
1,184 posts

My Whitey came home


Animal Empaths

@zen-angel,

    You may be a neighbor of ours! I know how you feel. I am not sleeping at all. I am already going through drug withdrawal for a prescribed drug I took for 34 yrs. and without it, I have no brakes on my nerves and feel sheer terror already, sleeping 3 hrs. a night on good nights for 8 mos. so far, with about 11 more to go, so this is a very unwelcome added strain. My doctor did not want me to try getting off the drug, saying it might kill me, as sick as I already am. I am beginning to think he's right.

      We just gassed up, bought propane for our generator and more food, invited a friend of my husband's who already has a leaking roof to come stay with us, and arranged to loan our cat carrier to the neighbor with the 11 cats if she leaves, since she lives in a waterfront home. We live in west central Florida,  in a "D" zone, so we may get lucky and just have a lot of wind and rain. I don't know where you are located, but I am praying like crazy this thing will go out to sea. If it follows the spaghetti plot taking it right up the middle of the state, it will make Harvey look like a picnic. I know this is off-thread again, but if all the empaths who see this pray for Floridians, I believe it can't do anything but help us. Thanks!

     I also worry about all the pets that will be left behind by evacuees. I've heard of people doing that to fit more material things in their car and can't imagine the mind set of people who would do that, and it will raise my blood pressure if I let myself think about it. I have a friend who deliberately bought a van and pays for extra gas all the time just to make sure she can transport her 5 cats in an evacuation. That's one reason why she's my friend! :-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/06/17 12:52:07PM
1,184 posts

My Whitey came home


Animal Empaths

Hi @zen-angel,

    It was ME apologizing, not Cat-Whisperer. I was the one who helped take the thread off topic. I am glad you did not take offense. We are pretty decent here, being empaths. :-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/06/17 12:48:40PM
1,184 posts

My latest rescue


Animal Empaths

@zen-angel,

I can see why someone might call a silver cat Nickels, but I like your name choice better.  It was the same with us. We thought the cat was homeless and had named her Square (a long story). Then one day we heard a woman one block over yelling "Meagie", and she ran like the wind and jumped over our 6 ft. high fence to go in that direction to be fed.

I got a new friend out of it, which I badly needed, having lots of online friends, but nobody here that I see face to face more than twice a year, due to illness. She and I watch movies together when her spouse is out of town and take short walks when it's cool enough.  She got someone to feed her cat out of it, so she wouldn't have to roam the neighborhood yelling.  My husband likes to do it, and he also built her a custom bed, lined with sheepskin. We also buy her flea medicine, as the owner doesn't approve of medications, so her other cats have fleas and tapeworms, since the natural treatments never seem to work. I wish they did. We got fleas in the house from going "natural" so we told her we could not continue, and then it was okay to treat her. We can't afford this, but she is even poorer than we are, so we do it, and she still pays for any Vet visits to her all natural Vet. We just avoid discussing the complete lack of shots, license, etc. 

I hope Nickels still visits you from time to time, unless your cat really dislikes his courting, lol. I also hope he is fixed so he doesn't spray your property!

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/06/17 12:05:51PM
1,184 posts

My Whitey came home


Animal Empaths

Hi zen-angel,

cat-whisperer is so right! It happens all the time, just like in normal conversation, and I did not mean to rebuke you. I apologize if it came off like a criticism. One bad thing about online is that you can't hear the person's tone of voice. I am also used to a couple of forums where moderators patrol constantly and tell people to start a new thread rather than change the topic in mid-stream, so I am super sensitive to that, and I felt a bit guilty for doing it. 

Namaste :-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/06/17 12:01:00PM
1,184 posts

My latest rescue


Animal Empaths

Same for my husband. When we met I was a cat person and he was a dog person, but we both converted each other to loving both. He is the one who spoils the "timeshare" cat we have now, who belongs to a neighbor/friend, but prefers to live at our house (there are 11 cats at her real house and she prefers being an only cat). He cried more than I did when our last cat passed. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/06/17 11:27:50AM
1,184 posts

My latest rescue


Animal Empaths

OOHH!! I don't think I've ever seen a tan cat with stripes. She must be gorgeous. Look forward to future photos as she grows. She truly is a lucky girl to have you as her cat mama. :-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/02/17 11:41:13AM
1,184 posts

My Whitey came home


Animal Empaths

Hi Zen-Angel,

You have several interesting ideas for other posts or blogs there, and I don't see any you can't post here. I believe we used to have a Christian empath group on our old forum....not sure if it's still on this one.

I think the discussion of vibrational frequencies is central to the whole truth of how this universe works, IMO, and I would think that could be posted on the main forum, but in case of doubt, you can contact Elise and ask. 

I think maybe that other part of my entity died on 9/11. The kind of life I prefer is diametrically opposed to the life she was leading and I always wondered if that was some kind of balancing act. 

I am afraid I'll not be much help for you re: feeling like a "bad Christian", since I come out of a metaphysical Christian Church (Unity) where all of this is acceptable, and in fact my own minister is a psychic and had that confirmed by testing at the Assn. for Research and Enlightenment (The Edgar Cayce Foundation). To me an omnipotent God must be, by definition, everywhere and everything, including all that we are discussing! :-)

I think people are just plain AFRAID of things that they don't understand, and that might upset the apple cart of their tidy little world views, and that applies to any subject, not just religion. Also, if not ready to awaken, they may literally blow their minds thinking about such things, just like someone having a bad trip on a mind expanding drug might. As frustrating as it is for people like us (or at least for me), they have to be allowed to proceed at their own pace.

Not to side track Cat-Whisperer's thread, we should really start a different one on this......very glad to have you join us at EC.

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/02/17 10:42:44AM
1,184 posts

My Whitey came home


Animal Empaths

I love this story also. It made my heart smile, and I am so happy for you, Cat-Whisperer. 

zen-angel, if you are not familiar with the Seth books, channeled by Jane Roberts, way before channeling was popular, and still by far the best, IMO, you may want to read the first two, as they address this a couple of times. They are called "Seth Speaks" and "Seth On The Nature of Personal Reality". 

Seth says that as an entity way beyond the part that makes up who you are here and now, you can put a fragment of yourself into a dog or cat to experience what that would be like. You do not need to use as large a part of your whole for this as for a human. He says you can have parts of yourself in more than one incarnation in the same time period as well. This made sense to me, as I used to dream constantly of a young woman in NYC with a very different life than mine, working at an ad agency in a tall tower, and the dreams stopped abruptly after 9/11 happened. 

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/02/17 10:22:39AM
1,184 posts

My latest rescue


Animal Empaths

Cat-Whisperer,

    Lucy is adorable. In the picture she looks to be light tan in color. That is pretty rare, IME. I had a cat that color named Oatmeal way back when I was in college.

    If it was just the light in the photo and she is orange, I assume you are aware of all the strange stories and myths (are they really?) about orange cats. I had one back in the 70's  that was definitely part human. You could call him like a dog and he would come running from several blocks away. He liked a treat food we used to put in with his other dry food to entice him and would smack his paw down into the food in the dish as hard as he could to make the food fly all over the floor. Then he'd calmly walk around the floor, eating only the treats. Gotta love 'em......

    C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/02/17 10:15:54AM
1,184 posts

My latest rescue


Animal Empaths

Hi @zen-angel,

     I do think Americans have more cats now than dogs, probably due to not having the time to walk them, working too many hours to leave them alone, the much higher cost of their care, etc.

      I love dogs too, especially Pembroke Welsh Corgis. Their huge ears, tiny legs, permanent smiles and bunny butts are so cute it makes me go crazy. However, I do not like vacuuming the entire house every day....boy, do they shed!

     I'd say those kittens were probably sent by an angel to save my friend's son. 

      C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
09/02/17 09:48:05AM
1,184 posts

My latest rescue


Animal Empaths

More cat people at the EC, yippee! I am waiting for one of you to find and adopt a disappearing cat like me! There must be one out there somewhere, lol. We make good pals for empaths, since we can see spirits, as all who are owned by us are already aware.

Here is a true cat story that just happened to a friend of mine to make you smile.....

A good friend of mine has a son with a serious genetic heart problem inherited from his father. He jogs as part of his treatment. Last week he agreed to foster 4 kittens from the SPCA that needed salve put in their eyes several times daily. In order to make room for their gear and sleeping box, litter, dishes, etc., he had to move his treadmill to a place where he could not use it. Because he had to move it, he had to jog outdoors. Because he jogged outdoors, two people who were outdoors saw him suddenly fall to the ground motionless and rushed over. One of the two had just completed EMT training. He had no pulse, and they did CPR on him until the ambulance came. It was assumed to be his heart and he was put in a medically induced coma. It turned out his heart was fine, but he had had a very bad reaction to a medication! The doctor said if he'd been at home on his treadmill alone, he would be dead now. The moral: Save a cat today and the cat may save you! :-)

CATS RULE,

The Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/19/17 02:22:38PM
1,184 posts

Friendship curse


Empath

Thanks hop-daddy.

Rose quartz is the crystal I feel the very best wearing. Maybe I just need my compassion increased more than most folks, lol, since that is what it is supposed to be best at from what I've read. 

I love the color and pattern of malachite and green is my favorite color. I have several green aventurines combined in a necklace with teddite, but no malachite. I could use having negativity pulled out of me. Thanks for the info. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/19/17 07:00:56AM
1,184 posts

Friendship curse


Empath

Thanks, Cat-Whisperer.

I have black tourmaline, and find clear or rose quartz works best when I'm around people, but have not tried labradorite yet. :-) 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/17/17 08:59:10AM
1,184 posts

Friendship curse


Empath

What if you really love a friend but are picking up her extreme pain and fear of being alone?

I have a friend who is very extraverted and can't stand being alone, but her husband is a traveling salesman, so he is often gone for weeks at a time. I never used to mind being alone so much before I met her, but  I am unbearably lonely for awhile now for the first time in my life. I finally figured out I may be picking it up from her, since I've only known her about 1 1/2 yrs. 

How can I stop picking up her sadness at being alone a lot without dropping her from my life? I'd like to see her even more than I already do. She is a great human being, just different from me, and I don't like feeling this way at all. I am already depressed from being very ill and this is adding greatly to it. I have tried cutting cords while affirming that I want her in life, but don't want to pick up her emotions. So far, it is not working.

Thanks for any ideas.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/14/17 01:35:01PM
1,184 posts

Please Take An Empath Poll...


Empath

Hi hop-daddy,

    I am betting you have normal blood pressure. :-) I was taught this is only a problem for those who already have high blood pressure. I personally had this rise in BP happen to me when I tried both Siberian Ginseng and Rhodiola. It should not be a problem for most people with AF though, since AF more often causes low blood pressure. I have seen people with BP as low as 55/35, who could not even sit up in bed for long w/o passing out, their AF was so severe. These folks are usually diagnosed with CFS. 

     I just didn't want anyone to go through some of the things I have, like taking 5-HTP without being told it is dangerous to those with high blood pressure and that those of us who have that problem should take L-tryptophan instead. The result for me was a month of having to wear a cardiac event monitor and having my heart rhythm go into PSVTs almost every time I stood up. Lots of folks think natural means safe, but rattlesnakes are natural, lol. These things are usually MUCH safer than pharmaceuticals, but can still cause problems for some.

     I am very glad it helped you and I really wish I could have tolerated it, since I would love to be able to take an adaptogen, which I think would make having the ASI test a lot less necessary. 

     For those who do have a problem and cannot get the benefits hop-daddy got, lithium orotate also produces the clarity of brain function and improvement in short term memory fogginess that is so often a part of AF. It also helps anxiety and in some people it helps depression as well, though a high dose of L-tryptophan, B complex, and a high EPA fish oil are much more likely to help depression. (For those who have FM or CFS, make sure the B Complex uses Methyl folate not folic acid, and take a sublingual form of Methyl B12, not a swallowed cobalamin tablet). :-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/14/17 11:42:24AM
1,184 posts

Please Take An Empath Poll...


Empath

Just a quick caveat about the formula above from someone who studied to be a Naturopath for over two years (I quit when I found out it was a felony to practice in my backwards state!)

Please be careful about taking Rhodiola if you have high blood pressure. So-called adaptogens almost always cause a dramatic rise for high blood pressure sufferers, occurring about ten days after starting the supplement. Most people with AF have low blood pressure and can benefit from licorice tea as well, which raises it, as well as sipping salt water during the day and making sure they do not stand up too long at one time, but those with very late stage AF may have high blood pressure (like me).

Also, as someone who has Lyme Disease, Ashwaganda is usually not recommended if you also have Lyme and are beyond Stage I.  This is important, as all who are diagnosed with Fibromyalgia should be tested to rule out Lyme, which is often the real underlying cause of FM. 

For everyone else, it sounds great. I've heard a lot of good things about Holy Basil, Tulsi tea, and I personally take L-theanine, L-glutamine, Melatonin (a very low dose), Seriphos, huge doses of L-Tryptophan, and lithium orotate supps. It depends upon your individual symptoms and the stage you are in. For example, Seriphos lowers the high early morning cortisol seen in the early stages (or in benzodiazepine withdrawal, which is why I am using it now, despite being in a later stage normally), while in later stages you may need Isocort, which raises cortisol. 

@hop-daddy brought up a good point about money. Integrative doctors or Naturopaths are expensive and the wait to get in can take forever, when you need help now. I can't afford the ASI test, so I use Hans Selye's chart of the stages of AF to try to figure out where I am at any given time, as well as my response to Seriphos. I also highly recommend Dr. Lam's website on adrenal fatigue. He specializes in it, sends out an excellent free newsletter, and will usually answer one question for you w/o charge, and his answers are very in depth, IME. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/14/17 07:17:26AM
1,184 posts

Please Take An Empath Poll...


Empath

Thanks for all the work in doing this hop-daddy! I think you hit the nail on the head that empaths are more prone to adrenal fatigue in this crazy society.

Re: adrenal fatigue:

I would like to add that if your cortisol is so high at night that you wake up very early and lay there shaking, or get very angry or irritable, you might want to look into taking some Seriphos, a supplement they did not list in the otherwise comprehensive article linked above. It can help bring cortisol back to normal when taken about 4 hours before your worst time.

I did not see the ASI test mentioned, but if you can afford it, a 5 tube ASI test is the only way to know for sure if cortisol is too low or too high, since the symptoms are so similar for both. I have been playing with fire because I do not sleep, and can't afford to see a Naturopath and pay for an ASI now. What I am doing is not a good idea. Remember, it must not be the usual 4 tube ASI. If you have early awakening, you need an additional 5th tube to test your saliva early in the morning when you are laying there all wired up too. For diagnosis of adrenal fatigue, a 4 tube test is normally used. This will tell you exactly which stage of adrenal fatigue you are in, which makes all the difference re: which supplements to use and how much, whether to nap or not, etc.

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/12/17 08:17:18AM
1,184 posts

Fibromyalgia


Healers

Hi zacharias,

Wow, I am so sorry to hear that you have a job that exposes you to so much EMF pollution. That is one problem I do not have, though I cannot go into malls at all, or any place with new items, due to a severe reaction to formaldehyde, including an abnormal heart rhythm that requires an ambulance. I hope someone with more experience in shielding from unwanted EMF will come along and help you out. I also wish you could get another job, since I find the more exposure you have, the worse a particular sensitivity gets, just like with common allergens. I am adding you to my prayer list right now. 

Like you, I do not find this to be a gift. I practice and practice various techniques, but my inability to control my extremely sensitive responses to stressors has ruined my life, the illness has made me unable to work or drive, and I am mostly a hermit. I am lucky my husband has stuck with me, especially with the "double depression" I have now. My mom followed the same exact pattern and died very young. I cannot wait to go home also, and pray for it every night.

The only good thing about it is I now notice how many more mistakes I make when I don't have my abilities working like they used to. I see that I took being able to read people for granted. I am in a constant state of fear ranging to outright terror now, due to a voluntary and very long, slow withdrawal from an awful addictive drug they put me on for muscle spasms when I was first diagnosed with FMS. I decided it was destroying my brain and I was tired of being hooked on it. Recently, it was found to cause Alzheimer's so I started an almost two year process of weaning off. It is harder than heroin to get off of, let alone for someone as sick and old as I am. That fear has lowered my vibration to the point where I've lost most of my ability to read people, with some disastrous, very stressful and costly results, so I see now how being an empath has helped me in many ways I took for granted until they were gone. That is something to be thankful for to help balance out the other side.

I do think people with FMS or CFS are canaries in the coal mine, forecasting what all humans will suffer eventually if we don't clean up our act soon. We got it first because all of us have at least two defective detox genes in our methylation pathway (MTHFR labs can confirm this, and have done so for me), so we have a harder time getting rid of the toxic exposures from modern life.

FMS is not a new disease, just newly epidemic, due to modern society. There is an excellent article by Jeffrey Bland, PhD. called "Fibromyalgia: Stone Agers In The Fast Lane" which explains why our hyper vigilance was good throughout most of human history, and made us the most valued members of our tribes, but it is a disaster in modern life, where the stress response hardly ever turns off. That article can be found in Appendix A of Dr. Jacob Teitlebaum's first book on CFS/FMS called "From Fatigued To Fantastic". There is also at least one Indian tribe in the USA where those who get FMS are elevated to automatic Shaman level, and are revered, so they recognize the connection between FMS and empathic ability. That  info is from Devin Starlanyl, M.D. in her big book on FMS, the name of which escapes me, but it's easy to find and was her first book on FMS.

I've written my own book here, so I will get on down the road.....

Sending protective gold light to surround you and help you get through that fencing job,

Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/11/17 03:42:35PM
1,184 posts

Fibromyalgia


Healers

Hi zacharias,

     I've had FMS for 32 years and ran a support group for people in 3 cities who have it for 14 yrs. and a call in line for 4 more years until I got too sick to drive. I could type on this all day, but if you are asking what I think you are asking, which is why does there seem to be a connection between being an empath and having FMS, the following may help. I would give the link, but I think we are not allowed to post links.....not sure. Anyone know?

    Just Google "Dysautonomia - Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction - Holistic Help", read the long and excellent article you should find, and I think you will see the reason why many empaths may have FMS. I now have almost every disorder on that long list. That is what happens when your ANS is stuck in the ON position for over 30 yrs. 

   Is it a spiritual disease? I would say not anymore nor less than any other disease is partly spiritual when living on a 3rd density planet. Car accidents that cause whiplash are the number one trigger (41%), and that can happen to a totally non-spiritual person. However, I DO think there is a connection to being highly sensitive, as you will see when you read the article. FMS is a complicated disease, so there is no easy, quick answer. 

   If you have BLOOD relatives with FMS, I beg you to read the whole article and think about how you can start to modify your life right now to prevent getting this illness, since there is a strong genetic tendency involved. I wish I had known half of what I know now when I was younger. It would have changed where I chose to live, the career I picked, and in general I would've chosen a far more boring but calm, simple and quiet life with no drama and no putting up with toxic people at all. 

   Best wishes for good health,

    Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/09/17 01:14:50PM
1,184 posts

30 Traits of an Empath


Empath

I think that is a very good list. For me it's a yes to everything except not liking the antiques. I like unique and interesting looking items, and also have severe chemical sensitivities, so older is better. I would rather buy an antique and sage it to get rid of anything attached to it than get something new and have to let it outgass for two months before I can even bring it in the house. 

I would also add food to the addiction list in #11. Comfort foods like chocolate help raise chemicals that make us feel less negative and I am not good at clearing negativity I pick up. I go for the bitter cacao bits and tell myself it's healthy, lol. I do see mention of this later on in the article, under protective belly fat. 

I have noticed what Trevor said about movies and news. I have one empath friend who actually loves horror shows. I have major adrenal fatigue, and notice that my tolerance for such things waxes and wanes with where I am on the adrenal fatigue scale. I also think many empaths deal with adrenal fatigue, though they may not know that is what it is called. Right now, it is really bad for me due to high physical stressors, and I had to stop watching two favorite TV series because I can't take the violence anymore. I never watch TV news, since I sense it has little relation to the truth. ;-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/06/17 02:03:25PM
1,184 posts

Please Take An Empath Poll...


Empath

I cannot wait to hear about hop-daddy's research on the sleep interruptions and how they relate to being an empath! I am foaming at the mouth in anticipation.....please hop-daddy, do not make us wait too long. :-)

As someone who has studied Fibromyglia extensively and who ran a support group for 14 yrs., I  learned early on that research by Dr. Yunis at McGill University had proven that you could take healthy medical students, wake them up every two hours, and produce fibromyalgia within two weeks, because alpha wave interruption of delta wave sleep will prevent repair of muscles, and eventually cause a lot of other more serious problems as well if it goes on chronically.

So, I am amazed at all these otherwise physically healthy people who are waking up every two hours over a long period of time and yet do not have fibromyalgia, unless all of you are diagnosed with it and just did not mention it. I am wondering if the problem has been my being an empath all along now..... which means I've wasted 32 yrs. looking for physical solutions and treatments that would cure me That would certainly explain why I didn't find any! 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
08/05/17 11:29:38AM
1,184 posts

Please Take An Empath Poll...


Empath

1. YES. Certified night owl here. Sleep lab tested me and told me that w/o drugs I would never fall asleep before 2-3 am, which I already knew was true. About 20 yrs. ago, I had to start taking a blood pressure drug that knocks me out, so I am now able to go to bed at 11:15 each night. I prefer to stay up later, since night is when I feel best by far, likely due to severe adrenal fatigue from not being very good at handling being an empath. I make myself go to bed, so my schedule is in line with others and things I must do during the day.

2.  YES. I have fibromyalgia and late stage Lyme Disease and for the past 32 yrs. have awakened every 2 hours, all night long. I feel much more tired when I get up than when I went to bed and never schedule anything for mornings. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/24/17 10:38:16AM
1,184 posts

What Are Your Favorite Empath/Medium/Psychic Movies?


Empath

I really liked the TV series Medium. Patricia Arquette got to play a normal person with a normal life who also happened to be psychic. It was the first time I'd ever seen someone with abilities as the lead of a show and not portrayed as an eccentric freak. Plus, it was based on a real person. This show de-emphasized the differences, which I really like, since I am tired of feeling like a different species. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/20/17 06:37:47AM
1,184 posts

Professions for Empaths


Healers

soothsayer4,

I am really glad to know you thrived on the hotline! That is a lot of pressure in my book. Goes to show we are all different. I really applaud what you did. I was very afraid to hold life and death in my hands all alone like that. I could still do group therapy, but one on one therapy would be too much for me now, since my adrenals are shot from being so ill with Lyme Disease for so long. I wish you the best as your career goes forward. It sounds like you've learned to release negative energy very well. I wish I was better at that. I've never been able to master any method I've tried and have to isolate to prevent it. 

Namaste,

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/15/17 04:50:14PM
1,184 posts

Family Dream from both sides of the Vail


Dreams

Thanks, Bill, for the clarification. Now it makes perfect sense. I did not get that reason. I felt some cynicism, but could not feel where it was coming from. 

I am no angel, lol. I sure wish I were! Seriously, I am pretty sure angels are another type of being entirely. I do not believe humans ever become angels.

I have serious problems with not liking most people very much, since I can tell their hidden agendas and see a picture of the truth on their foreheads when they lie. I also get tired of wasting time on small talk. I do ask angels to help me on a daily basis. I'm told they are all around us, existing just to help us, and really wanting to, but we have to ask before they are allowed  to help, so I do ask often, since I figure I need loads of help in living on this crazy planet. ;-)

I tried tuning into your mother and got a month and day for his passing, but then she gave me an almost snarky look, lol, and gave me 3 different years and told me to figure it out! One of the years was lit up in neon orange, so I felt that was most likely right, given present facts. Of course, free will of all involved can change the date before then. I would give you these dates only by PM and only after you think long and hard about whether you really want to know or not. It would put incredible pressure on you every time that day approached each year. Do you tell him or not? Am I wrong? That is a distinct possibility and you could end up really mad at me for making you a nervous wreck once a year and then be blindsided when it happens some other time and you don't feel prepared due to what I got when I read your mom.  

Any reader who says they are always right is full of it! Everything gets filtered through our own biased brain matter. On the other hand, the only reason I even mentioned getting the dates to you is that I feel like you are a much more even-keeled, hypo-reactive person than I am, and whenever your father passes over, you will handle it with such good grace, helping those around you to handle it as well, that the actual day will not be of much consequence in your case. I wish my emotions were as well-controlled as I feel yours to be. It is a pleasure to tune into someone who is not as moody as I am!

Namaste,

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/15/17 10:31:10AM
1,184 posts

Lifting the Seven Veils (enlightenment)


New Age

This was very interesting, thanks. I am confused though about whether these veils must fall in the order they were listed, which seemed to be implied. I feel like I am done with and can totally relate to all but the fifth, which I still have serious trouble with, and that was early in the listing. I have a couple of friends who do not believe humans are even capable of true unconditional love as long as we are in these bodies. I try, but know I am not there yet, and with the combative way SO many people are acting lately, I am getting further away, not closer. 

My question for all who read this is: Do you think we must all go through these veils in order? 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/15/17 09:30:02AM
1,184 posts

I ran across this article & thought I'd post it here to see what others thoughts are.


Empath

Hi NA,

Unfortunately, this article describes me and my life issues to a Tee. I feel like a push-pull toy when it comes to my relationship with other people. I am always weighing my need to help and people only seeming to want me when they need help, versus my desire not to be drained or become any more physically ill than I already am. I do not find shields to work well, and I tend to agree with those who regard them as a form of resistance. 

The only thing I disagree with is the title. I don't think others need to be cautious about us, but vice versa. We're likely to be the best sort of people they run across, IMO.

We all have a shadow side, but I don't even see this as a description of that really, but more as a description of the problems we have living in a world full of people who are not empaths. 

What do YOU think about it?

blessings,

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/13/17 07:05:42AM
1,184 posts

Health & Paranormal


Psychic and Paranormal

The spiritual issues have already been covered, so as a long time fellow Fibro sufferer, I just want to mention a few physical things that you may want to have checked, if they've not been already. 

1. Welbutrin can cause hallucinations. It did for me, as well as night terrors, followed by a severe allergic reaction after being on it for a couple of months. It is the only anti-depressant which works by raising dopamine, and there are natural ways to do that, if it turns out the drug is the problem. 

2. Hair loss can mean secondary hypothyroidism, which about 75% of people with Fibro get. My hair was falling out all over my pillow and plugging up the shower drain before I went on natural, T3 thyroid made from pork. 

3. Fingernails that curve upwards and inwards, like they are spoons, are a sign of anemia. If they are curving downwards, like an upside down spoon, that is hypothyroidism. 

Fibro is much more serious than most doctors understand, so I feel for you in dealing with it. I believe being physically stronger will help keep negative spirits away from you, so working on both aspects is a good idea, IMO.

Namaste,

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/12/17 05:59:17PM
1,184 posts

Family Dream from both sides of the Vail


Dreams

Hi Bill,

I am glad you are not upset, so I will tell you that I was softening what I got by saying there was a health issue that needs looking at. What I actually got was this was letting you know that she was telling him his time is almost up due to a health issue. However, time is so different over there that it could still be many years yet. It seems his dreams have confirmed this, so I don't feel bad in just telling you, rather than hinting at it like I did. I was afraid of really scaring you, and if I was wrong, it would have been a cruel thing to do. 

I also should have mentioned that I saw him at a much younger age, and it felt like before he met your stepmother. I am not sure why.....I am thinking that is when the problem started. I could try to channel your mom, since I've sometimes been able to do that, but if she would not tell him the exact time, she is hardly going to tell a complete stranger like me, if she comes through at all. 

I feel like you are well prepared, due to his age and his having had health problems for awhile, and it feels like you are very philosophical about it, so exact timing isn't going to matter. I feel like you are very spiritual and can handle it better than most. I still feel there is a good outcome somehow. This may be telling me it is a good outcome by MY standards, not yours, which would mean a quick, easy passing, since I've been sick and suffering for almost 32 years and greatly wish that for myself. 

Thank you for the kind thoughts regarding my drug withdrawal. I was put on the drug 33 yrs. ago for muscle spasm and told it was not addictive. Now it's known to be more addictive than heroin and to cause dementia, which it was doing at a rapid rate, so I voluntarily decided to go off, against doctor's desires, as he feared my health could not handle the stress. It is the hardest thing I've ever done, but I am determined to get off this poison or die trying. 

Please keep me posted on what happens with your dad. We are friended here, so you can PM me whenever you want to. I am curious as to why he has had to have the same dream 3 times. I wonder why......

Namaste,

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/11/17 09:00:48AM
1,184 posts

Family Dream from both sides of the Vail


Dreams

Hi Bill,

I hate to suggest this, but it is what I felt first. Could your mom maybe be trying to tell you that your dad has a health issue he should attend to? It also occurred to me that her being in bed may be meaningful also, and the health issue may have to do with a problem that worsens in bed, like sleep apnea, or heart failure, which gets worse when you lay flat, gastric reflux, etc. 

I can see them both clearly, and viewed the entire scene as you described it, while I was reading, though I may be way off.....my abilities have gone south recently due to the drug withdrawal I am going through, since one of it's symptoms is stark, raving fear, which as you can guess, has severely lowered my vibration. I feel almost blind, I was so used to using my abilities to help me with everything and now I know how non-empaths feel and I don't like it much! 

The main point I got from viewing it is that if I saw correctly, your father is a very big man, which would predispose to both of the medical conditions I mentioned above and more. 

Strangely, I do not see this as a bad omen. For some reason, I feel that no matter what it means, it will have a happy outcome, especially for your dad. I also feel a strong attachment between your mom and dad, especially the feelings your dad has for your mom. I almost feel like he worships her for some reason.

I hope I've not upset you with what I saw. It is likely wrong anyway, for reasons I noted above. I got it very strongly though, so I risked telling you and looking like a fool, just in case it made sense to you. I don't mind being a fool, lol. ;-)

wishing you many blessings,

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/02/17 04:18:35PM
1,184 posts

Selfish people or what ??


Empath

Tundra,

I am so sorry this is happening to you. IME, as an old and exhausted empath, please don't keep letting these people use you until you end up deathly sick like I am. I truly believe I got the disease I have because I was worn down to a raw nub by letting all these folks use me and making endless excuses for their behavior. I always made up good excuses in my mind for how they acted, because I could not imagine ever acting the way they did. I was wrong. It has been hard for me to face, but these people do it on purpose. Save your energy for those precious few who deserve a good friend like you.

 C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
06/01/17 06:12:18PM
1,184 posts

Opinions on Medicine and Herbal Remedies


Empath

@hop-daddy,

   Rhodiola raises my high blood pressure a lot. So do all other adaptogens. I am not allowed to take B Complex due to having had vitamin B 6 toxicity Neuropathy, the worst pain I've ever experienced and took almost a year to resolve. I also cannot take it during my drug withdrawal, since it is energizing. I must take methyl folate and methyl B12 SL however, since I have two MTHFR gene mutations. (I studied to be a Naturopath for 2 1/2 yrs.) I miss B Complex since it did help my depression. I also miss coffee for the same reason, but it is a total no-no during withdrawal from benzodiazepine drugs. 

   People often don't realize that natural does not necessarily mean safe. Cobras and crocodiles are natural, lol. I almost killed myself accidentally once when I decided to treat my Lyme Disease and my prediabetes, and kill two birds with one stone by using Berberine, which is excellent for both, but forgot to look up whether it is metabolized by the Cytochrome P-450 pathway, which is too slow in those with Lyme, Fibromyalgia, CFS, etc. It turned out it does use that pathway, and my pulse went down to 40 and stayed there for 3 days after only one low dose! Not good at all. 5-HTP caused me to have to wear a heart monitor for a whole month, as it raised my blood pressure so high, I had constant paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia every time I stood up! That was a nightmare. Strangely enough, L-tryptophan does not cause the same problems, and that is across the board, not just me. 

   Thanks for the helpful ideas. I am very glad they panned out for you and your son. I just want people to be sure do their homework first, since some natural medicines are as strong as drugs, with Berberine being a good example. All of the Ginsengs can produce high blood pressure after about ten days of use, even the Siberian type, a so-called adaptogen. (Ref. Balch & Balch, "Prescription For Nutritional Healing", my favorite textbook.) :-)

C. Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
05/31/17 04:36:21PM
1,184 posts

Opinions on Medicine and Herbal Remedies


Empath

@hop-daddy,

Unfortunately, there are several things in Deproloft that I can't take. Like most Lyme patients, I have tons of allergies, and I also have high blood pressure problems with 5-HTP, which is not that uncommon since it's a vasoconstrictor, so I take high dose L-tryptophan instead. I am really glad it helped your son though! :-)

C. C at

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
05/29/17 03:16:47PM
1,184 posts

Opinions on Medicine and Herbal Remedies


Empath

@hop-daddy,

Thanks for the mention of Deproloft......I will check that out since I have been overwhelmed by both anxiety and depression lately. I've found Seriphos to be a great help in getting some sleep, as well as lithium orotate, L-tryptophan, theanine, and melatonin. 

Everyone,

Before I knew about Naturopathy, I got very sick, was misdiagnosed twice and for a very long time and was put on a lot of drugs, a few of which I am still on today, and at least 3 of them are saving my life, though I wish I could get off them.

I am going through withdrawal right now from a drug more addictive than heroin that I've been on for 33 years for muscle spasms. I am at the point where the side effects outweigh the benefits. It has now been proven to cause dementia and I am having serious memory problems, which have already improved since I've been in withdrawal for a little over 5 months. It will take at least another year to complete, and withdrawal symptoms could go on for years, which seems almost unbearable, so I just take it a day at a time. It is getting harder and harder as the doses get lower.

As an empath, I am amazed by how much emotional pain this drug was suppressing that is now coming out into the open. I had no idea I even felt some of the things I am feeling. Even though the drug is usually given for anxiety, I was put on it to stop muscle spasms that were throwing me off my feet, and I had no anxiety back then. I have plenty now that I'm trying to get off of it! It has covered up a lot of anxiety over the past 3 decades of my illness without my even being aware of it. The drug is Xanax, in case anyone is interested. Please avoid it and any other benzodiazepines at all costs! They are not worth the price you'll pay. 

I studied Naturopathy for over 2 yrs. but did not finish the course once I found it was illegal to practice in my state. I try to use natural things now whenever possible and wish I had known about them way back in 1986 when I got sick. However, I do want to add the caveat that sometimes you may simply be so ill that conventional strength drugs are needed even if they only control the symptoms, because the symptoms would kill you, which is the case for me. I would have been dead long ago if not for a couple of the drugs I take, despite some of the side effects being undesirable. I've already lived past my projected maximum life span by quite a few years, and there simply are no natural alternatives for some of my symptoms. I wish there were. It's not all black and white.

I think PREVENTION is where emphasis should be, since once you have something, it seems to take much stronger measures to overcome it. Natural remedies are excellent at prevention and early intervention.

Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
05/23/17 10:11:33AM
1,184 posts

Talking Weird Stuff


Psychic and Paranormal

Wow, Piscean225, 

     That is interesting. Do you think maybe we all have several guardian angels and they may be actual living people? You would need more than one, in different time zones, so there would always be at least one asleep on the astral plane to call upon to come guard you. It is a new idea to me and very different, but why not? 

    Or do you think this was something completely different, like maybe this boy was a member of your soul family, so you were called upon for that reason? If so, where was his guardian angel? 

    Your experience brings up a bunch of possible lines of questioning I'd not considered......

    Curious like all felines, and I'm a Pisces too :-)

    Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
05/16/17 04:59:49PM
1,184 posts

Reptillian Entity and Prayer


Psychic and Paranormal

Hi @laog,

I hope we are not freaking you out with our discussion and side tracking your thread. We are discussing the same entities your friend experienced, known by various names such as Archons, Dracos, Reptilians, etc. Is she still troubled? It is worrying that she seems to be leaving herself wide open to this. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
05/16/17 04:55:48PM
1,184 posts

Reptillian Entity and Prayer


Psychic and Paranormal

Paul,

So, if we are truly ascending to 4D, on our way to 5D, we should encounter more of these? I've heard there are 700 billion of them to our 7 billion. Not liking those odds! I still don't understand why they are 4D entities, when they seem like lower vibrational beings than we are, being parasitic psychopaths. Can you explain why they live in 4D?

Lucky for me, only the brown lower level ones try to bother me, and you are correct, they try to attach to your back, and not often, since I now seal my aura with love daily. That seems to work better than a regular shield for me. Have not needed the sword for awhile. Have found I can shoot what appears to be lightening from my fingertips long distances and sweep it over a whole bunch of them at once and poof! 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
05/16/17 06:37:04AM
1,184 posts

Reptillian Entity and Prayer


Psychic and Paranormal

Paul,

  I have found them to be terrified of the name of Jesus, but I don't want them to leave to just come back again, so I give them the choice of going back to source light to be reintegrated. If they refuse, then it's powder time. I've not dealt with the highest order white ones either like you have, only the lower level brown ones, and I've seen one mid-level green one, who I was unable to affect. I try to avoid the whole issue mostly. I have too much going on now that is taking all my energy. If calling on Archangels, I always put the word good in front of their name, since I've met far too many pretenders for my liking. Same for source. The source of all good is what I call on now, having learned the hard way not to leave out details! 

 Nice to see you here. :-)

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
05/10/17 02:58:28PM
1,184 posts

Professions for Empaths


Healers

I was a psychiatric social worker, but was in administration, which was my forte (Virgo rising) and I ran two programs that did preventative work with at risk teen girls before they got in major trouble, so I never had to deal with serious abuse problems, etc. Even during my internship, I worked with adolescents with addictions and some kids with other problems easily fixed with behavioral therapy, so I escaped being directly exposed to the evil situations many encounter. I've read the average social worker lasts 7 years before burning out and quitting. 

For me, the best part of my job, besides knowing I was part of a helping team, was the totally flexible hours I had. I have 3 sleep disorders, one of which made me a total night owl, and I could not be healthy working typical 8-5 hours. Now that I am old that has switched around, and I can't sleep any later than 5 am if I am lucky, not even with the help of tons of supplements.

The point being that the right job may allow you to give the help we empaths so much need to give, without suffering too much in the process. I turned down jobs that I just knew would destroy me, though I'd never heard the term "empath" back then. One example: working the graveyard shift on a suicide line by myself. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
04/21/17 07:27:48AM
1,184 posts

Reptillian Entity and Prayer


Psychic and Paranormal

Tried twice last night and once this morning. I got it out of her, but it would not leave and go back to source voluntarily, so I powdered it. That does not mean another one will not attach itself unless she is willing to do some work to keep them out. It is great she has such a good friend in you to encourage her. 

Cheshire Cat
@cheshire-cat
04/20/17 04:17:57PM
1,184 posts

Reptillian Entity and Prayer


Psychic and Paranormal

Thanks, I will work on it. I've never tried long distance before though, and doubt anything will work if she herself does not take it seriously and also work on it, so I am glad you will try also. She needs to shield for sure and she needs a strong shield and needs to state that only those of light and love are allowed through it. There are many articles and videos on the web about shielding and she should pick what feels right to her. Yes, I meant mindfulness meditation, but if another type works better for her, that is fine. Let us hope it helps. 

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