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Sarah
@sarah
03/04/15 06:29:20PM
386 posts

Something nice in the air. Anyone else feel it?


Empath

Thanks, Lightworker. I know it must be more than the meds because the meds don't make me feel happy, in fact they take away most of the things that make me happiest, but they also take away a lot of my crippling anxiety. I'm grateful to get a little peace from the universe right now. It feels good. I'm glad you are feeling it, too.

Sarah
@sarah
03/04/15 06:27:47PM
386 posts

Something nice in the air. Anyone else feel it?


Empath

Interesting. Thanks for the link. It was interesting that it talked about physical detoxing and health stuff now because my husband and I are both sick today, and for me, I feel like it's an energy detox sick that is manifesting in my body. I'm going to look at that forecast more often. Thanks!

Sarah
@sarah
03/04/15 03:03:21PM
386 posts



It's from this book:
http://www.amazon.com/Emotion-Code-Emotions-Abundant-Happiness-ebook/dp/B00OBGLGX4/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=&qid=

If he was a homicidal sociopath at any point, then you have grounds to get him legally out of her life for good. I hope you get free of him once and for all.

Sarah
@sarah
03/04/15 01:25:07PM
386 posts

Something nice in the air. Anyone else feel it?


Empath

I don't know what it is, but lately, I keep having these little flashes of nice feelings, like real comfort. I recently got on antidepressants for my anxiety and I think that has something to do with it, but I also think it is something else. I feel some good energy and I bet it is more than just for me. Anyone else sensing it? To me it feels like soft comfort, like the feeling you got when you were little and cuddled up with a beloved blankie or when you read a book that you really love or go to a quiet place that feeds your soul. It feels like some kind of good now, and also good foreshadowing. I hope it's more than just my meds, and I hope you all are feeling it, too.


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Sarah
@sarah
03/04/15 01:21:00PM
386 posts



I use The Emotion Code technique to rid myself of negative emotions. But dealing with a narcissist is a whole different ballgame than just regular old negative. I hope you can get free of this person. Narcissists seem to be drawn to empaths, but they are poison for us. Hugs and good luck!


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Sarah
@sarah
02/27/15 06:32:45AM
386 posts

I Feel Empty Most Of The Time?


Empath

Boy, do I understand that one. The good thing is you recognize it. Not everyone who is an empath and takes on other people's feelings knows that it's happening. That is a very good sign that you can do this and come out the other side well.

Frankly, it's really tough being a kid. I want to smack every adult who says, "Enjoy your high school years. They are the best years of your life!" It's not true. Those adults have forgotten how very hard those years are. Plus, being an empath can make it so much more complicated. It sounds like you are self-aware and wise and are reaching out for communities that will be of help to you, and that is all very good. Hugs!

Sarah
@sarah
02/26/15 07:40:43PM
386 posts

I Feel Empty Most Of The Time?


Empath

I bet so very many of us can relate to your post. I wasn't homeschooled, but I often felt like a second mom to all my brothers and it was hard. I also used to absorb all my parents' stresses and I thought those emotions were mine, but now I knew they weren't. Don't worry, you are not alone in your feelings. There are a lot of people who would read your words and know personally what you are feeling.

I think you've already been given good advise here. I just wanted to chime in and say I understand and you aren't alone, and hang in there. It gets better.

Sarah
@sarah
02/26/15 06:50:43PM
386 posts



Yes, I see people's spirits when I see them. I can usually see a lot of layers, happiness, pain, suffering, joy, guilt, triumph, and all that. Only very occasionally do I see someone who is just a plain old bad person. It's unnerving to say the least. It always shakes me up a bit, and makes me want to try and be a better person because I really don't like how that bad feeling feels.

Sarah
@sarah
02/26/15 05:36:43PM
386 posts

Had the nicest dream!


Dreams

That's what it feels like in a lot of ways. What a gift it was. :)

Sarah
@sarah
02/25/15 08:33:05AM
386 posts

Had the nicest dream!


Dreams

Stan, that's so much how I feel, too! :) What a blessing it is to have dreams like this.

Sarah
@sarah
02/25/15 08:31:47AM
386 posts

This sounds like a silly symbol, but it keeps recurring


Dreams

I think you are right on here. I also love that in my dream, I woke up and my hair was different than I expected, but it was beautiful and surprising. That's how I feel about where I am in this journey right now, not where I expected, but it is more beautiful than I expected as well. :)

Sarah
@sarah
02/25/15 06:58:28AM
386 posts

Had the nicest dream!


Dreams

Dreamed I had a beautiful new house, that was really this house that had magically undergone some sort of mystical transformation and become my dream house on my dream piece of land. It was in the forests and hills like I grew up in even though it was here somehow. It was Christmas time and the tree looked so pretty in the new place in the house. I was going to visit my parents who were now magically only three hours away instead of two full days drive, and we were going to get a good storm, and I LOVE storms. I was late leaving because I was taking an energy healing class exam and I got my masters enlightenment certificate. When I got home from my exam, new neighbors had left Christmas gifts all over my new porch. It was kind of weird because some of them were bad neighbors and came and took all the presents they left back, so my house was free of all that meanness. What was left was a few presents from a few kind people. I think my subconscious might be happy with how things are going in my life and my journey right now.

I think my faith transition is in a place where my subconscious is starting to be really happy. When thisfirst started, I had all these violent dreams about my innocence being crushed and my churchimposing crazy rules like everyone has to be blonde or go to hell, and me getting into plane crashes and thingslike that.

My dreams have really been a guide during this time showing me how things are really going when I wasn't sure on the conscious level. I think I'm really starting to come to a place of health and peace with it all and it feels so good.


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Sarah
@sarah
02/24/15 07:46:12PM
386 posts

This sounds like a silly symbol, but it keeps recurring


Dreams

These are awesome! Thank you, and sorry I didn't respond sooner. I think you are right on.

Sarah
@sarah
02/14/15 08:09:55AM
386 posts

This sounds like a silly symbol, but it keeps recurring


Dreams

So, a few weeks ago, I decided to start growing out my super short pixie cut. I've had it since 2010, and I think it's time for a change. Since then, I've had several dreams where I woke up in the morning with my hair grown out. One time it was beautiful and wavy and red and long (which is nothing like my real hair, but it was pretty), and just now I dreamed I woke up and realized it was long already and I cut it into a really cute sharp aline bob.

As dumb as this sounds, I think this dream is about more than my literal growing out my hair. I think it has to do with my spiritual journey I'm on away from my church and into my own deeper connection to God and myself. I looked up dream symbols of long hair or growing out hair, but couldn't find anything that felt right. Any ideas?


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Sarah
@sarah
02/12/15 08:48:10AM
386 posts

Strong emotions after waking


Dreams

Yes. I get that sometimes. I don't know what causes it or what it means, but I do get that sometimes where a ba dream sticks to me and stays with me and upsets me long after it's over.

Sarah
@sarah
01/27/15 08:17:12PM
386 posts



I can relate somewhat to the movie The Sixth Sense.

Sarah
@sarah
01/27/15 08:12:11PM
386 posts

Deja vu


Empath

I had two kind of weird deja vu things happen today. I think they are good signs because they feel good and were followed by good feelings, but I don't exactly know what they mean. I think I will know in time.

First, I was googling Lexington, KY where I lived when I was a little girl. I sometimes imagine I get to move back. I kind of want to in real life because it is so beautiful, but I moved away when I was eight, so I don't know if it's a place that would fit me or not in a practical real life sense. Plus, I lived on the University campus for my last few years there, and living at a University is different than living in the rest of a town. Lexington is kind of my subconscious's symbol for home and peace and beauty and feeling that sense of relaxed belonging and filling up, like everything I want.

When I was googling it, I saw a picture of a B&B that shocked me. It was the exact building that was in a dream I had a few months ago. I won't go into it here, but in the dream it was a symbol for my new life away from my religion and old ways of thought. It was beautiful and bright and golden and when I tried to fit elements of my old life in it, it didn't fit at all, in fact, those old elements looked pretty absurd. I looked at the website and even the grounds were the exact grounds from my dream. I thought that was really weird.

Then later, I was on Pinterest scrolling down and looking at everything, when I saw a group of pins that shocked me like the photo of the B&B. It was random, just a painting of a city in the rain and a group of little hand carved heart stamps, but I KNEW I'd seen that grouping before. I suddenly had the feeling of my symbolic Kentucky wash over me for some reason. I asked my inner self if I really had seen this before and the answer was no. It said basically that I was given this before subconsciously as a sign that when I see it, I will know I'm about to go back to my home and am on the threshold of getting what I've wanted all these years. I was told to write down that the deja vu happened and the one earlier today, so I did.

I have been feeling like something good is about to happen lately, but I don't know what it is. I still don't know what it is, but that was kind of a weird and interesting confirmation. I'm going to try and send good energy out and make sure I am ready for whatever it is.


updated by @sarah: 01/29/17 08:21:15PM
Sarah
@sarah
01/27/15 05:12:20PM
386 posts

Setting Boundaries


Empath

Yeah, me, too. Believe me it was hard to tell her. She really is a kind and good person, and the thought of hurting her was really painful and I had a lot of stress. I knew it was for the best though. I hope you find the best ways to set boundaries with people that treat you like that. I know it's hard because you know you deserve to be treated well, but you don't want to hurt other people's feelings. I guess it's just something us empaths need to learn in our lives. Good luck to you! You can do it!

Sarah
@sarah
01/26/15 09:47:35PM
386 posts

Setting Boundaries


Empath

She told me that she felt inspired to have her word for 2015 be "boundaries." I think that is wonderful, and just what she needs. So far, she has dealt with my message with grace and kindness, and has backed off, but has also kept her friendship extended in more subtle and gentle ways. So far, this seems like a good sign and says a lot about her as a person. I'm going to be careful, though and make sure to pay attention to my body for any signs of things being off.

I like your layered effect idea. I really see that in my long term relationships. Those are the relationships that are flexible enough to allow growth for each party and to allow that growth to take place at possibly different times, so one person might be at a new level and the other person might still be at the old level, but it's okay.

Sarah
@sarah
01/26/15 07:07:24PM
386 posts

Setting Boundaries


Empath

Oh wow! I've never thought of it that way before. I've even seen and experienced that dynamic you talked about with mirroring and healing, then the getting kind of annoyed or stepping away or needing space many times, but I never though about it meaning that the healing is done. I've often wondered why I make such strong connections with certain people, only to sort of float away after a time. That must be it. I'm going to make a note of this, so when I start feeling that pushing away thing, I can just say to myself, "It is done," and let myself move away hopefully gracefully. In fact, I'm going to read this to my daughter who struggles with some of the same issues I do with this.

For all the healing I've done for people, I think codependence is the hardest thing I've some across. I know it's in the family of addiction, but I find addiction easier to deal with than codependence. It seems like codependent people are terrified to let it go, like they feel they would shatter into dust without it. It's like they feel they ARE it in some ways. Plus, our society rewards it--the wonderful long suffering mother, the devoted church lady, the wife who cares for a husband riddled with health problems and underlying emotional problems. It looks good on the surface, but really it's self-serving and insidious. I'm not sure I've ever been able to make a dent in anyone's codependence. I do rather have a good feeling about this friend I messaged, though. It feels like she is reaching out for healing and not for commiseration or someone to appreciate her suffering. I don't think it would just take one person's help to get rid of it, though. It is way bigger than me.

Thank you!

Sarah
@sarah
01/26/15 08:27:01AM
386 posts

Setting Boundaries


Empath

Thanks for all the replies. I'm sorry you all have had to do this, too.

I had to do this with another friend a few years ago, too. I tend to attract people who behave in codependent ways, you all probably do, too. I bet that is an empath thing. I think so far, I can still keep this friendship, I just have to be very clear when she is being overwhelming. The other friendship I had to end a few years ago, I had to do it because this person just seemed to enjoy being miserable and commiserating and relishing her many illnesses and abuses in childhood. She would get mad when I wouldn't love those things, too, and she wasn't honest with herself or me that she was behaving like that. The friend I had to talk to yesterday is not a drama queen or a put upon person who just wants someone to vent to all the time, she was just overwhelming me by messaging me every few hours and sending me lavish gifts all the time and calling me wonderful darling perfect beautiful and all that, and constantly wanting to be near me, and it was really stressing me out. I think she just doesn't understand boundaries. I told her what I needed and why and she actually seemed okay with it. We'll see how it goes.

Sarah
@sarah
01/25/15 06:25:55PM
386 posts



Done. :)

Sarah
@sarah
01/25/15 02:25:17PM
386 posts



This thread is fascinating to me. I'm just learning about helping people cross over. One of my daughters has that gift and has taught me how. I'm glad you were able to help him. What a blessing. I hope you are feeling some peace and comfort now.

Sarah
@sarah
01/25/15 01:49:08PM
386 posts

Setting Boundaries


Empath

Ouch. I just had to write a message to a friend to set some boundaries in our friendship. I really do love being an empath in so many ways, but times like this are a bit tough. I feel so much guilt when I know that, even though it had to be done because I care about my friend, I'm sure I just hurt her feelings. It's like it's against our very beings as empaths to cause pain, even though sometimes it has to be done.


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Sarah
@sarah
01/24/15 03:47:40PM
386 posts

Sick a lot and guilt about self-care


Empath

Thanks for your comments, everyone!

Sarah
@sarah
01/24/15 03:47:27PM
386 posts

Sick a lot and guilt about self-care


Empath

Oh wow! Thanks for this!

Sarah
@sarah
01/23/15 08:30:13PM
386 posts

Sick a lot and guilt about self-care


Empath

I have a hard time having a regular job, too. I'm a stay at home mom mostly, but my my son is grown and gone and my daughters are both in high school, so I have more time for other jobs. I'm a writer for my main job and I do that in the mornings, then in the afternoon and evening, I'm an after school teacher at a school for financially disadvantaged kids and their families. I love all of my jobs, but if I had to do any of them for eight to ten hours a day like everyone else, I just wouldn't be able to do it--except maybe my writing job, but I only get paid when I sell a book, and we need more steady income than that.

I feel guilt also about that. We are so short on money all the time, but I just can't have a full time job because it would be too much for me at this time in my life. I've done it before, but much less than most people my age, I would imagine. I got sick a lot then, too, and I lost a bunch of weight accidentally and looked like a skeleton--and had about as much health and energy and vitality as a skeleton as well. I also had demanding church callings and jobs at the same time--plus my husband was in law school and worked out of state for the summers, so I was a single mom of three with a full time job and a summer camp to run at church and sunday school to teach and all that. It was terrible. Ever since then, I haven't had full health, and I get sick a lot. I know I did before that, too, but that seems to have changed things a lot.

I know all of you are right about us putting other people first. I know that's part of where the guilt comes in--and the sicknesses. I want to make the money we need to make it, but when I look at it realistically, my husband has two degrees, and one of them is a law degree. Our needs are small. We live in a modest house in a cheap neighborhood. I am good at budgeting, and our expenses are less than a lot of people's, but really, my husband should be making more money and using his degrees. I just think it's my job because I think everything is my job, and that's probably what makes me sick more than anything.

Sarah
@sarah
01/22/15 05:47:22PM
386 posts

Sick a lot and guilt about self-care


Empath

Hey, do any of you seem to have a sensitive system? I wonder if this is an empath trait. I seem to get sick a lot, then I have a ton of guilt about missing work. In the past two weeks, I've missed five days of work due to a virus I have. This is the most I've had to miss work in a two week block that I remember, but the guilt is killing me and I need to stop. There's nothing I can do about it but keep taking care of myself and waiting it out. I'm trying to make this an opportunity to remove some patterns I have about guilt regarding self-care, but sheesh, it is powerful.

I wonder if this is an empath thing, or just a me thing.


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Sarah
@sarah
01/22/15 07:24:25AM
386 posts

What do you all think about religion?


New Age

Thanks, Galtraveller. I'm at a hard place right now with this. I need to let go, but my programming is strong. It helps to hear these perspectives.
Sarah
@sarah
01/21/15 05:01:01PM
386 posts

Dreams about smoking


Dreams

I totally agree. Guilt has a crippling and crushing effect and it's not how God would work. It's too bad that it happens so much in churches.

Sarah
@sarah
01/20/15 03:23:18PM
386 posts

Dreams about smoking


Dreams

Falling for guilt trips is a special talent of mine as well! :D

Sarah
@sarah
01/20/15 02:27:09PM
386 posts

Dreams about smoking


Dreams

You know, I hadn't thought about it being about feeling kind of bad and naughty because I haven't fully accepted my choices about it all. That's really interesting and makes a ton of sense, especially where I've been lately on this journey. Thanks again!

Sarah
@sarah
01/20/15 12:53:18PM
386 posts

Dreams about smoking


Dreams

You are probably right. :) Thanks!

Sarah
@sarah
01/20/15 06:43:18AM
386 posts

Dreams about smoking


Dreams

Since I posted this, I'm still having dreams about them. This morning I dreamed they were naughty and rebellious. I dreamed I was going to sneak out of the house in the wee hours of the morning and get some, but the Queen of England woke up and stopped me. :D

Sarah
@sarah
01/19/15 02:59:59PM
386 posts



:)
Sarah
@sarah
01/18/15 10:06:37PM
386 posts



I"m a writer, and when I started to meet other writers, I found a concentration of empaths among us. I think certain kinds of people must be more likely to be empaths. Maybe look at your own interests and find others who do those things, and you might find you have not only that thing in common, but also being empaths. I love meeting other empaths, it's like finding kindred spirits.
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Sarah
@sarah
01/18/15 09:58:43PM
386 posts

Dreams about smoking


Dreams

Lately, I keep finding myself smoking cigarettes in my dreams. The other night, it was so real that I wondered if I had gone back to a past life where I was a smoker or was on another plane and it wasn't a dream or something. It was very five senses and familiar and felt nice.

In real life, I've never been a smoker. I tried a cigarette once more than 20 years ago and after a few puffs threw it in the river and never tried it again. A lot of my extended family were smokers and died from it. I have always been tempted by smoking even though I've seen my relatives in their coffins dead from it, and even though I tried it once and didn't like it. I think it looks soothing and comforting and I'm a person with anxiety, so anything that would help me feel comfort is appealing on some level.

I feel like it is significant in my dreams, but when I look up possible meanings, they don't quite fit. It might have something to do with my need for comfort, or maybe my new life away from my church and away from the traditions I was taught, like almost a rebellious freedom. It might have to do with me putting away the cultural expectations of my old life and delving more deeply into my artist life that is more true to my nature.

I can't imagine it, for me anyways, as an all the way good or all the way bad symbol, but I think it means something. Any insights?


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Sarah
@sarah
01/16/15 08:44:25AM
386 posts

Is it possible to "connect" to others energy in dreams?


Dreams

Maybe so. I definitely think you can pick up on other's energy and have it translate to dreams sometimes. That's interesting.

Sarah
@sarah
01/13/15 06:49:41AM
386 posts



Have you tried getting on anxiety meds? That sounds really intense. Every few years, I have to get on antidepressants to deal with the daily hard core level of anxiety. It helps me reboot. My mom had to take them, too to cope with that stuff. It sounds like it might be time to look into that. I'm so sorry that this is so very hard. :( Hugs, friend!


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Sarah
@sarah
01/10/15 07:33:43PM
386 posts

What do you all think about religion?


New Age

Wow! What a gift this is. Thanks for sharing your story and I love the analogy of the software! I think I need to read some Joseph Campbell. So often when I'm reading about the evolution of myth and religious tradition his quotes and ideas come up. He always seems profound and insightful and accessible at the same time.

I love how you talk about your past church. That's how I want to leave mine, with gratitude for what it gave me--which is a lot, and confidence in my new path. Right now, I'm still grieving and dealing with religious trauma syndrome, although it is getting better than it has been. I think for me, I chose to give my religion too much of my power. That is not the fault of the religion, although they ask for all you have, you don't have to give it. You can keep yourself whole and sacred and only give what will be beneficial to yourself and your own journey.

This journey away from my religion has been like an earthquake through every atom of my being. I never saw it coming or expected it. My faith was who I was. I was a leader my faith community, especially with the teenagers I taught. Even though I am a gentle person, I am one of those people that other people seem to gravitate to and follow, and that's what I was in my church. It was so jarring to all of a sudden NEED to step away and reprogram myself. I felt guilt for all those kids I worked with that I was being a bad example or something, but I had to do what I had to do. Ultimately, I know it's a good example to follow your gut and listen to your intuition to find the best path for you, but sometimes doing the right thing looks like the wrong thing at first.

I too have issues with some of the social policies of my church. I personally support all my LGBT loved ones in marrying the partners of their choice, and I don't believe that God wants the people he made with same sex attraction to be celibate and alone in this life. I also think that women should always have equal power and voice with men and be able to choose a life that suits them individually, and not just in the home if they want something else. There are a lot of other issues I have that feel to me more like constructs of man than of God and that don't work for me.

Thank you for your balanced, and personal and insightful reply. I so appreciate all these words. I wish you lived near me. I always wish we could just go out for a tea and talk. You have so many interesting things to say.

And thank you to everyone on this thread for posting. Hearing your insights helps me on my own journey.

Sarah
@sarah
01/10/15 09:05:40AM
386 posts

What do you all think about religion?


New Age

Thank you for all of these thought out responses. This is such a big issue for me right now, I'm going to need to read over these a few times, and really let them roll around my spirit and see how they feel to me.

I appreciate you all being willing to talk about the delicate subject of religion to me. I am in need of hearing people's perspectives on this right now. Thank you all!

Sarah
@sarah
01/09/15 05:25:43PM
386 posts



Hugs! The thing that has helped me most with my old wounds is the Emotion Code program. I used my own intuitive healing gifts to expand it and it has been life changing for me. At the same time, we have all lived so many lives and had so many experiences that it could take more than a whole life time to heal it all.

I have a gut feeling that you can get better than you are, and that you won't just have to live with it your whole life. It might just take more time and more techniques. I'm sorry you have to deal with these old wounds. That is some hard stuff.


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Sarah
@sarah
01/09/15 04:55:49PM
386 posts



Nice to meet you! I hope you enjoy it here. :)

Sarah
@sarah
01/09/15 04:49:57PM
386 posts

What do you all think about religion?


New Age

I grew up in a very religious home. My parents found religion when they were young adults and it saved their lives, gave them direction and purpose and fulfillment that they had been looking for their whole lives.

When I was a teenager, I started to wonder if what I was always taught that our particular church was the only all the way true church. That didn't seem likely or true or even rational. My parents were very upset that I would wonder that and my spiritual awakening was pretty much cut short there.

I'm in my 40s now and the awakening that I couldn't finish as a teenager started again for me last year. I left my church for some time away at the beginning of this summer. It has been a very spiritual and learning experience to break away from my church. I don't want to go back. I can't go back to my old way of thinking. If I do go back, it will be to support my husband who is still very active and my time away is very stressful for him, but I can't go back to my old way of thinking because I can't unseen and unknown what I've learned.

One thing I am really beginning to wonder is about the nature of religion. Before, I very much believed what I was taught that the church I was in was the truth. I always believed that all religions had truth and goodness and merit, but that mine was the ultimate truth. That wasn't true. I was really blind to the fact that people are all different and each person has an individual spiritual path that is best for them.

I'm wondering, and please forgive me if I am being offensive here, I am still stripping away some of my unhealthy programming and related black and white religious thinking. Do you think religion belongs in higher vibrational levels? For me personally, I had to leave my faith to grow vibrationally. At the same time, I know my church is very good for some people and has many truths and good things. For some people, being religious is what raises their vibration. Is it true that some of us can just move past it vibrationally, because I kind of feel like I grew out of my religion. I did not know that was a thing, and I'm so new at thinking of this differently. I wonder what you all feel about religion and higher vibrational levels and being an empath.


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Sarah
@sarah
01/09/15 03:28:56PM
386 posts

Qi Gong - negative side-effects?


Empath

That's an interesting insight. I never thought about that before. I think you are on to something. Thanks for sharing.

Sarah
@sarah
01/07/15 04:34:52PM
386 posts



Well, I can feel our departed loved ones around us and I get messages in dreams, but not as vividly as you do. :)

Sarah
@sarah
01/07/15 08:15:09AM
386 posts



What a great gift!


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Sarah
@sarah
01/05/15 04:33:10PM
386 posts

Pulling people in and pushing people away


Empath

That's good advise. I actually think I really do need that time away that you mentioned right now. I'm going to have to think of a way I can do that and do that often. I think it would help me. Good luck to us both on those pulling away things.

Sarah
@sarah
01/04/15 10:33:07PM
386 posts

Anyone else feeling jumbly?


Empath

I'm feeling decidedly less jumbly now. I hope you all are feeling some new peace now, too.

 
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