Saturday, December 11, 2010

Book on Being an Empath

My book on being an empath, Whose Stuff Is This? Finding Freedom from the Thoughts, Feelings, and Energy of Those Around You,has been written, and I'm in the editing stages. I believe the book will be very helpful to energy-sensitive people who want to learn to shield themselves from detrimental environmental stimuli.

I'm setting up a virtual tour for early 2011. Let me know if you would like to host me as a guest blogger one day in February. I will provide material for you to post. See http://tinyurl.com/whosestuff for more information about this book.

The word “empath” may be a new term for some readers, but an ever-increasing number of people are reporting that they are sensitive to all types of energy, including that produced by other humans, the environment, electromagnetic frequencies, geophysical stress, and even non-physical beings. Being empathic simply means you are able to pick up on the energy of others—we can all do that to some degree—but some people are so sensitive to environmental stimuli and the emotional energy of others that it causes disturbances in their health and life. Empirical evidence suggest that some people seem to have unique variations in their central nervous system that cause them to have an unusual sensitivity to light, smell, sound, taste, and touch, and may be very intuitive. Some are so detrimentally affected that they rarely go into public because they feel overwhelmed by the energy they pick up. These highly-sensitive individuals are referred to as empaths.

Those who assist with victim protection, do police or detective work, have served in war zones, operate as healers or psychics, or have careers at hospitals, clinics, or hospice centers deal with an overload of emotional energy from trying to help people. Many of them feel depleted, overwhelmed, nervous, depressed, or angry much of the time; they may feel as though someone is watching or following them, or have a difficult time finding peace of mind. Many of these individuals know that something is not quite “normal” since not everyone is adversely affected by going into public and not everyone picks up on the thoughts, feelings, or pain of those around them to such a degree. They may not know they are carrying or attaching to someone else’s energy, but would love to stop the emotional, physical, and mental turmoil they encounter on a regular basis.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I've never heard the word "empath", but this certainly sounds like me. I teach high school and find myself very drained by what I can only describe as the process of "reading" all the staff and students with whom I interact each day. I feel very burnt out! I'm looking forward to reading your book.