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Emotional Clearing

I want to thank the wonderful Jennifer Farley of The Creator Writings blog for sharing this badly needed message of hope with everyone who is being affected by the changing energies at this moment in time. Yes, I am experiencing the very same clearing – a tsunami of difficult and sometimes searingly painful emotions constantly slamming into the shore. But hold on… continue to hold on.

As my Sister also advises – ‘the birth of something new and wonderful is always preceded by pain’.

Everything will work out as it should ❤

The Creator Writings

When you are deep in the middle of an emotional clearing, it seems as if it will go on forever.  The negative emotions will become an assault; wave after wave will continue to ravage your being with what will feel like no end.  As challenging as it may be, my lovely child,

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Can you feel another person?

This is a fascinating article, posted by the wonderful Otrazhenie, covering the gifts and abilities of the Empath – beautiful people with the ability to subconsciously tune into the feelings and experiences of another person. This resonates with me on a deep, deep level right now… a glorious study of human compassion and kindness. Thank you Otrazhenie 🙂

Otrazhenie

From Jesus was the greatest empath… 

Neuroscientists have discovered specialized cells in the brain, called mirror neurons, that spontaneously create brain-to-brain links between people. This means that our brain waves, chemistry and feelings can literally mirror the brain waves, chemistry and feelings of people who we are communicating with, reading stories about, watching on television, or those who we simply have in our thoughts.

We may think that our feelings and emotions are our exclusive property, that they belong to us and that we alone can feel them. However, emotions can easily pass from person to person, like infectious smiling. The way we feel can affect the way other people are feeling.

ImagenFrom http://psicotrans.wordpress.com

Some people are so highly sensitive, that they can start feeling the way other people feel. They can start experiencing other people’s feelings as their own feelings. Much of the time this is…

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