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Do you feel stressed and overwhelmed by the speeches and behaviors of certain people? Are you attractive to toxic people and you want to protect yourself and your health by the others? Would you like to understand better how to dominate your feelings, and how's your emotions are related to the world around you?

What is the definition of empathy? The ability to share and understand the feelings of another. This is the true concept of what it means to be an Empath, however not all of us can claim that we are true Empaths. There are a lot of concepts to understand behind what this all means and how to understand whether or not you are an Empath. Many of us have the capacity to express or know empathy with all of the people in our lives. Some of us are better able than others, or more likely to take an empathic approach to situations. Many of us know the reality of what it feels like when people in our lives are not empathic and how that can feel uncomfortable.

Empathy is connection on a deeply personal level. When you share your energy with another you are showing your consideration for someone’s hurt, grief, loss, pain, anxiety and fear, or conversely their joy, harmony, balance, integrity and pleasure. All of these emotions and feelings are very strong energetically, and if you are a true Empath then you know all too well how strongly you can feel these emotions or experiences.

Only you know how it feels when you are around others or out about in the world and there are some definite ways to determine whether or not you are an Empath. While you learn to discover how to utilize your gifts you will also learn how to protect yourself from other people’s energy.

If you are an Empath and you have not learned the best methods on how to work with your gift, then you may feel any or all of the following symptoms:

  •   Chronic fatigue
  •   Insomnia
  •   Depression
  •   Regular feelings of guilt or shame
  •   Fear, anxiety, and doubt
  •   Sensitivity to odors, bright lights, and/or loud sounds
  •   Food or skin allergies
  •   Chronic pain in your joints and muscles
  •   Frequent colds or illnesses
  •   Feelings of tiredness after going out into busy, public places
  •   Energetic highs and lows after certain kinds of activities or encounters with other people
  •   Lack of self-esteem or self-worth
  •   Excessive crying and/or difficulty understanding strength of your sadness or sorrow
  •   Shock to your system after people are around you for long periods of time, either in your office or workplace, at the grocery store, in an airport, or even in large groups of family or friends

These are some of the possible symptoms that can come from being an Empath. While reading through this list of symptoms did any of them stand out? Did you resonate with some or all of these possible side effects? Are you able to recognize how being an Empath can cause some of these situations or symptoms in your life?

In this audiobook we will discuss the following topics:

•    What Is an Empath

•    Emotion Management

•    Emotion Intelligence and Empathy

•    Empaths and Narcissists

•    And many more!

©2020 John Harper (P)2020 John Harper

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