… as it happened, I felt connected with all that was.
There was this sense of ease and grace – which I was providing to complete strangers, who – in turn – fully acknowledged that.
It almost brought me to tears.
If left to my own devices, I will postpone unpleasant stuff indefinitely.
Yeah, who wouldn’t…
Calling the Tax Office: unpleasant. Therefore avoided for weeks.
Calling my Insurance Company: unpleasant. Also avoided for weeks.
Complaining to my Roofing Company: unpleasant. But necessary. Very necessary: I no longer have enough pots and pans to put underneath my leaking office roof.
As an empath I am very much aware of what others think and how their filters work. To the point where – even when there’s no one around! – I end up getting caught in those filters.
How the Warrior and the Adventurer represent two different perspectives – and why you, as an Empath, should be aware of this!
We’re taught not to put all of our eggs in one basket and so we are taught to keep our options open. But if you want to be a deliberate creator you must put all of your eggs in the basket you mean to take home with you.