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The Communicator Empath


By Roxanne, 2011-04-28

I was in a conversation about Empath music the other day. In looking back over my life I found that some of the music that moved me the most was written by people who did not exactly live up to the ideals they wrote about.

I pondered this.

Perhaps you've seen the movie produced by Tom Hanks "That Thing You Do". Nothing says it better than that.

The lead singer wrote the music.Songs that swept the nation bringing joy and laughter. Passion and Love. In the closing footnotes it is shown how he went on to enjoy many platinum albums in his career. But early on in the movie you already know you don't really love him nearly as much as you love his music. This made me think about "the communicator empath".

Is it possible these people are *vessel builders*. Those chosen to create vessels for others to travel through wide ranges of emotions to explore their inner depths...even if they themselves are not actively engaged in visiting those distant shores of emotions except in an abstract way that serves them on their pathway to career success or just plain old grandiosity.

Does such a self serving use of the gift make them any less a Communicator Empath. No. Maybe just less of a Human Empath.

But then...

I guess in some cases it is also possible that some Communicator Empath are able to realize by some unseen frequency a venue for emotional engagement, but is trapped within or blocked by certain life experiences, trying to shape the emotional creature he/she wishes they could manifest in this world.

Someone once wrote that a very famous singer well known for his empathy and activism was in reality fueled by his desire to be like one of his friends. Everything he wrote was by design to create the image in himself that came quite naturally to the person he admired. There was a sideway chuckle suggesting "he's not really like the music he writes."

But I'll tell you right now, that never stopped me from loving his music. Because I found *me* in the words and frequencies he used to project that image.

I don't propose to know the answer, but I will say that I am never quick to follow someone just because they spew off beautiful words. And at the same time I am not quick to condemn someone's words if I witness abhorrent behavior from them. I love words. They are vessels..mirrored vessels in which they can shine ourselves back onto ourselves.

My philosophy about taking things *one post at a time* here at EC means that I don't look at *who* wrote something . I look at the words contained within. I connect with the words and see if they fill me with a defined feeling. Because that defined feeling is coming from *me* no matter who wrote the words.

And that's how I get closer and closer to realizing myself. By feeling myself in those things that resonate with me and those things that don't resonate with me.

It is when people lose site of this and transfer their personal power to the *writer* or communicator Empath that a disconnect can take place. That is where a sheep mentality comes into play.

I like to envision a day when we are all shepherds, guiding the fragments of our own little *inner lost sheep* to a great green pasture where these splintered shadows of our lower self can integrate into one awakened Higher Self. To be fully AWAKE.

and for that I thank all the communicator empaths out there, gentle or not, who by their words have helped to hand me the staff that makes me "my own shepherd".

blessed be

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The Communicator Empath


By Roxanne, 2011-04-28

I was in a conversation about Empath music the other day. In looking back over my life I found that some of the music that moved me the most was written by people who did not exactly live up to the ideals they wrote about.

I pondered this.

Perhaps you've seen the movie produced by Tom Hanks "That Thing You Do". Nothing says it better than that.

The lead singer wrote the music.Songs that swept the nation bringing joy and laughter. Passion and Love. In the closing footnotes it is shown how he went on to enjoy many platinum albums in his career. But early on in the movie you already know you don't really love him nearly as much as you love his music. This made me think about "the communicator empath".

Is it possible these people are *vessel builders*. Those chosen to create vessels for others to travel through wide ranges of emotions to explore their inner depths...even if they themselves are not actively engaged in visiting those distant shores of emotions except in an abstract way that serves them on their pathway to career success or just plain old grandiosity.

Does such a self serving use of the gift make them any less a Communicator Empath. No. Maybe just less of a Human Empath.

But then...

I guess in some cases it is also possible that some Communicator Empath are able to realize by some unseen frequency a venue for emotional engagement, but is trapped within or blocked by certain life experiences, trying to shape the emotional creature he/she wishes they could manifest in this world.

Someone once wrote that a very famous singer well known for his empathy and activism was in reality fueled by his desire to be like one of his friends. Everything he wrote was by design to create the image in himself that came quite naturally to the person he admired. There was a sideway chuckle suggesting "he's not really like the music he writes."

But I'll tell you right now, that never stopped me from loving his music. Because I found *me* in the words and frequencies he used to project that image.

I don't propose to know the answer, but I will say that I am never quick to follow someone just because they spew off beautiful words. And at the same time I am not quick to condemn someone's words if I witness abhorrent behavior from them. I love words. They are vessels..mirrored vessels in which they can shine ourselves back onto ourselves.

My philosophy about taking things *one post at a time* here at EC means that I don't look at *who* wrote something . I look at the words contained within. I connect with the words and see if they fill me with a defined feeling. Because that defined feeling is coming from *me* no matter who wrote the words.

And that's how I get closer and closer to realizing myself. By feeling myself in those things that resonate with me and those things that don't resonate with me.

It is when people lose site of this and transfer their personal power to the *writer* or communicator Empath that a disconnect can take place. That is where a sheep mentality comes into play.

I like to envision a day when we are all shepherds, guiding the fragments of our own little *inner lost sheep* to a great green pasture where these splintered shadows of our lower self can integrate into one awakened Higher Self. To be fully AWAKE.

and for that I thank all the communicator empaths out there, gentle or not, who by their words have helped to hand me the staff that makes me "my own shepherd".

blessed be

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The Communicator Empath


By Roxanne, 2011-04-28

I was in a conversation about Empath music the other day. In looking back over my life I found that some of the music that moved me the most was written by people who did not exactly live up to the ideals they wrote about.

I pondered this.

Perhaps you've seen the movie produced by Tom Hanks "That Thing You Do". Nothing says it better than that.

The lead singer wrote the music.Songs that swept the nation bringing joy and laughter. Passion and Love. In the closing footnotes it is shown how he went on to enjoy many platinum albums in his career. But early on in the movie you already know you don't really love him nearly as much as you love his music. This made me think about "the communicator empath".

Is it possible these people are *vessel builders*. Those chosen to create vessels for others to travel through wide ranges of emotions to explore their inner depths...even if they themselves are not actively engaged in visiting those distant shores of emotions except in an abstract way that serves them on their pathway to career success or just plain old grandiosity.

Does such a self serving use of the gift make them any less a Communicator Empath. No. Maybe just less of a Human Empath.

But then...

I guess in some cases it is also possible that some Communicator Empath are able to realize by some unseen frequency a venue for emotional engagement, but is trapped within or blocked by certain life experiences, trying to shape the emotional creature he/she wishes they could manifest in this world.

Someone once wrote that a very famous singer well known for his empathy and activism was in reality fueled by his desire to be like one of his friends. Everything he wrote was by design to create the image in himself that came quite naturally to the person he admired. There was a sideway chuckle suggesting "he's not really like the music he writes."

But I'll tell you right now, that never stopped me from loving his music. Because I found *me* in the words and frequencies he used to project that image.

I don't propose to know the answer, but I will say that I am never quick to follow someone just because they spew off beautiful words. And at the same time I am not quick to condemn someone's words if I witness abhorrent behavior from them. I love words. They are vessels..mirrored vessels in which they can shine ourselves back onto ourselves.

My philosophy about taking things *one post at a time* here at EC means that I don't look at *who* wrote something . I look at the words contained within. I connect with the words and see if they fill me with a defined feeling. Because that defined feeling is coming from *me* no matter who wrote the words.

And that's how I get closer and closer to realizing myself. By feeling myself in those things that resonate with me and those things that don't resonate with me.

It is when people lose site of this and transfer their personal power to the *writer* or communicator Empath that a disconnect can take place. That is where a sheep mentality comes into play.

I like to envision a day when we are all shepherds, guiding the fragments of our own little *inner lost sheep* to a great green pasture where these splintered shadows of our lower self can integrate into one awakened Higher Self. To be fully AWAKE.

and for that I thank all the communicator empaths out there, gentle or not, who by their words have helped to hand me the staff that makes me "my own shepherd".

blessed be

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The Communicator Empath


By Roxanne, 2011-04-28

I was in a conversation about Empath music the other day. In looking back over my life I found that some of the music that moved me the most was written by people who did not exactly live up to the ideals they wrote about.

I pondered this.

Perhaps you've seen the movie produced by Tom Hanks "That Thing You Do". Nothing says it better than that.

The lead singer wrote the music.Songs that swept the nation bringing joy and laughter. Passion and Love. In the closing footnotes it is shown how he went on to enjoy many platinum albums in his career. But early on in the movie you already know you don't really love him nearly as much as you love his music. This made me think about "the communicator empath".

Is it possible these people are *vessel builders*. Those chosen to create vessels for others to travel through wide ranges of emotions to explore their inner depths...even if they themselves are not actively engaged in visiting those distant shores of emotions except in an abstract way that serves them on their pathway to career success or just plain old grandiosity.

Does such a self serving use of the gift make them any less a Communicator Empath. No. Maybe just less of a Human Empath.

But then...

I guess in some cases it is also possible that some Communicator Empath are able to realize by some unseen frequency a venue for emotional engagement, but is trapped within or blocked by certain life experiences, trying to shape the emotional creature he/she wishes they could manifest in this world.

Someone once wrote that a very famous singer well known for his empathy and activism was in reality fueled by his desire to be like one of his friends. Everything he wrote was by design to create the image in himself that came quite naturally to the person he admired. There was a sideway chuckle suggesting "he's not really like the music he writes."

But I'll tell you right now, that never stopped me from loving his music. Because I found *me* in the words and frequencies he used to project that image.

I don't propose to know the answer, but I will say that I am never quick to follow someone just because they spew off beautiful words. And at the same time I am not quick to condemn someone's words if I witness abhorrent behavior from them. I love words. They are vessels..mirrored vessels in which they can shine ourselves back onto ourselves.

My philosophy about taking things *one post at a time* here at EC means that I don't look at *who* wrote something . I look at the words contained within. I connect with the words and see if they fill me with a defined feeling. Because that defined feeling is coming from *me* no matter who wrote the words.

And that's how I get closer and closer to realizing myself. By feeling myself in those things that resonate with me and those things that don't resonate with me.

It is when people lose site of this and transfer their personal power to the *writer* or communicator Empath that a disconnect can take place. That is where a sheep mentality comes into play.

I like to envision a day when we are all shepherds, guiding the fragments of our own little *inner lost sheep* to a great green pasture where these splintered shadows of our lower self can integrate into one awakened Higher Self. To be fully AWAKE.

and for that I thank all the communicator empaths out there, gentle or not, who by their words have helped to hand me the staff that makes me "my own shepherd".

blessed be

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BRING IT ON.....


By Roxanne, 2011-04-19

That's right you miserable old lady. I'm talking to you. You think just because you have to suffer we ALL have to suffer??!! -- I heard of misery loves company but this is ridiculous. Did it ever occur to you that if you just crawled out of your own incredibly self-centered head for awhile and stopped feeling so sorry for yourself maybe -- just maybe -- if you took the time to spread a little sunlight onto other peoples lives, maybe you wouldn't be such a miserable old coot.

I know this sounds harsh. -- Call it an intervention. -- You know I've always liked you but this is getting ridiculous!!!

That's right, I'm talking to you Demeter, Creation Goddess of Fertility.

Oh,I know, I know... it couldn't have been easy for you. -- I'm a mother too and I really am sorry that nasty ol' Lord of the Underworld took your daughter Persephone off for a romp to Hades. But did it ever occur to you that she may have gone willingly. He's very hot I hear.

so all I'm asking is that you give the rest of us a little break and cut it out with the dark grey veils and ashes...and all this drama and let's get on with Spring!!!

BTW: Ever think Persephone may have taken off because you are so unbe- freeekin-lievabley controlling?!!

Well enough is enough...I've gathered all the Biti Foki and we are ready to rumble!!

We have waited long enough through months of frozen tundra and Damaging Wind alerts, so now it's time you step down from your throne and get out of the way. Just get over yourself and let your daughter do what she does best!! Herald in the Spring!!!

P.S.

Sorry, Your Highness, if I stepped out of line. I speak because I care. And if there's something else going on that we don't know about and you're not comfortable talking about here in a public forum you can always PM me.

Just stop dragging the rest of us down with you and LET MY TULIPS BLOOM!

GOSH...ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

LET THERE BE SPRING!!!!!

thank you, I needed that -- very cathartic.

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CRazy Me


By Roxanne, 2011-04-14

There I was, lying on the couch, first night home from the electronic-free zone that is my mountain house. I'm channel surfing and an *expert witness* for the case against *crazy people* makes note of how *friends and family* can help if someone is entering a psychotic state. "Pay attention" he said "if they think they are psychic or they are getting messages from the TV it's a sign that they might be entering a psychotic state."

Does it count if the message you get from the TV is that western medicine is elbow deep in it's own BS, hallmarked by limited thinking?

Does it count if the trees tell you to listen to the wind because it speaks directly to the heart?

Does it count if your *psychotic state* actually turns out to be a premonition?

It's men like him *innocent* in their intent that make it harder for folks like us to talk about our *very real* experiences.

It just really ticked me off. But then, maybe that's what it was suppose to do. Maybe it was a message from my TV telling me to get angry at these limited thinkers and speak out for the cause of the spirit talkers. -- I don't know...let me go ask my toaster what it thinks, and I'll get back to you.

Totally Psychotic in New York

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Hard to sleep


By Roxanne, 2011-03-01

I saw my baby in her wedding dress again tonight. It left me feeling -- well -- overwhelmed. But not for the obvious reasons. The first time I saw her in it I cried. She's so beautiful and she looked like an angel.

Today I saw more. It's like the future cracked open and while I couldn't see the details of her life to come, I know she's going to be ok. She is such a strong woman, surrounded by so much love. Her new family clearly adores her and her best friend fiercely protects her.

For the first time ever I felt a sense of *conclusion*. I could see that while I'll always be needed for love and support my job is through. Not because I think *marriage* fulfills a destiny, it's more like I could see *her*. I know she's going to be fine no matter what happens in the future. God knows she's already made it through impossible storms.

What's keeping me up tonight is almost an overwhelming gratitude. A flood of relief. It's hard to explain. Sometimes there are no words to say it *just right*. I worried for both of my daughters for so many years (like any mom) always wondering what would happen to them if anything happened to me.... and all of a sudden there is this beautiful calm stillness. I'm not afraid anymore. Even if things go wrong there is so much love around both of them. I just know they are going to be alright. And for all the sad times past and gone, they have developed into wise, kind and sensitive souls.

I saw my baby girl in her wedding dress today and she is no baby...not anymore.

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AN E-MAIL FORWARD - JUST A FEW LAFFS!


By Roxanne, 2011-02-03
*** Adult Truths ***

1. I think part of a best friend's job should be to immediately clear your
computer history if you die.

2. Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize
you're wrong.

3. I totally take back all those times I didn't want to nap when I was younger.

4. There is great need for a sarcasm font.

5. How the hell are you supposed to fold a fitted sheet?

6. Was learning cursive really necessary?

7. Map Quest really needs to start their directions on # 5. I'm pretty sure I
know how to get out of my neighborhood.

8. Obituaries would be a lot more interesting if they told you how the person
died.

9. I can't remember the last time I wasn't at least kind of tired.

10. Bad decisions make good stories.

11. You never know when it will strike, but there comes a moment at work when
you know that you just aren't going to do anything productive for the rest of
the day.

12. Can we all just agree to ignore whatever comes after Blue Ray? I don't want
to have to restart my collection...again.

13. I'm always slightly terrified when I exit out of Word and it asks me if I
want to save any changes to my ten-page technical report that I swear I did not
make any changes to.

14. I keep some people's phone numbers in my phone just so I know not to answer
when they call.

15. I think the freezer deserves a light as well.

16. I disagree with Kay Jewelers. I would bet on any given Friday or Saturday
night more kisses begin withMiller Lite than Kay.

17. I wish Google Maps had an "Avoid Ghetto" routing option.

18. I have a hard time deciphering the fine line between boredom and hunger.

19. How many times is it appropriate to say "What?" before you just nod and
smile because you still didn't hear or understand a word they said?

20. I love the sense of camaraderie when an entire line of cars team up to
prevent a jerk from cutting in at the front. Stay strong, brothers and sisters!

21. Shirts get dirty. Underwear gets dirty. Pants? Pants never get dirty, and
you can wear them forever.

22. Sometimes I'll look down at my watch 3 consecutive times and still not know
what time it is.

23. Even under ideal conditions people have trouble locating their car keys in a
pocket, finding their cell phone, and Pinning the Tail on the Donkey - but I'd
bet everyone can find and push the snooze button from 3 feet away, in about 1.7
seconds, eyes closed, first time, every time.

24. The first testicular guard, the "Cup," was used in Hockey in 1874 and the
first helmet was used in 1974. That means it only took 100 years for men to
realize that their brain is also important.

Ladies.....Quit Laughing.

Heal the past, live the present, dream the future.

Enjoy life!!!
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