Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-08 05:26:43
ID: 44750
In response to a confession. Thanks! I've read lots on it, it's just exhausting, you know? I do daily prayers and meditations to protect myself, I just have to be aware of my emotions all the time. I read the channeling Erik blog and really like what it said about being an empath. Basically, when you encounter a weird "out of nowhere" emotion, look at it like a shirt. Is this my shirt? Is this someone else's shirt? If it's not your shirt, take that shit off! I think a lot of people look at it like it's a superpower, but it's kind of a pain in the butt.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-07 21:02:27
ID: 44735
In response to a confession. It was terrible for me, too, until I learned how to manage it. As soon as I feel someone else's emotions, I shield myself. I also have to do a mini-meditation and shielding before leaving the house, because if I don't, it can get very draining for me. Here's a link for you :)
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-07 17:39:26
ID: 44736
In response to a confession. Not sure if it constitutes "talking" to the dead, but a few yrs ago I began getting messages that needed to be passed on. Started with an infant I was babysitting. She kept staring at the ceiling, laughing. Went home and thought about it and some things popped into my head. Next day I asked the parents if an older male had recently passed with the initials GG or GD. Turns out the infant's great-grandpa passed right before she was born, and he was so looking forward to her birth because she was the first girl in the family. His initials were indeed GD, but they all called him "GG Pop." Next was a waitress whose dad had passed from cancer, and then a woman who came in the office looking for a coworker. She wanted to thank CW for helping w her dh's funeral. I asked if his name was Richard (yes) and told her he watches her fold laundry in the basement. She started crying bc she'd felt someone watching her in the basement that day :) My fam gets embarrassed when I do this in public lol
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-07 02:24:11
ID: 44728
Sometimes I really hate being an empath. My dh is in a shitty, depressed mood and I felt that shit before he even got home. It's good for giving me a deep understanding of a person, but mostly it's a constant struggle to keep from carrying around other people's emotional garbage.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-04 19:47:29
ID: 44693
I have never "talked" to the dead, but my grandpa was an entomologist when he was alive. He taught me all sorts of things about insects and got me really interested in butterflies. Sometimes when I'm feeling stressed out or scared, a butterfly will land on me. I honestly think it's my grandpa coming to visit me and give me a little bit of comfort.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-04 02:54:09
ID: 44685
I don't speak to the dead, but I've had psychic dreams about dead loved ones since I was a kid. Every time a person or pet dies, I dream that I'm with them. It usually takes a week or two after their death, but they always show up. I've also dreamed about hanging out with my spirit guides.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-03 10:22:37
ID: 44669
I am so excited to see this channel I don't know if this fits with it, but I am beyond fascinated with people who can speak to the dead. Does anyone have any experience with that? I would love to hear stories.....
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-01 21:43:10
ID: 44623
So for Christmas, dh gave me opal earrings. My aunt, who has very strong psychic gifts, told me they would increase my intuition (not that I need it, lol!). Um...YEAH. I've been wearing them 24/7, only taking them off to bathe, and it's nuts. I and someone else will start talking at the same time. We find that basically I'm answering the question they were going to ask. A couple weeks ago I was thinking about a friend from my old neighborhood, who I haven't seen in a couple years. The next day she sent me an email with a client referral. One day I started thinking about an underclassman from hs, who I used to give rides to after school. I haven't seen or heard from her since I graduated in 1986. The next day I woke up to a FB friend request from her. Today I just felt like making pot roast, so I went to the store for what I needed (btw we bought groceries on Sunday). Dh just sent me a text: "I could really go for a nice pot roast for dinner." This is crazy!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-29 17:18:54
ID: 44535
In response to a confession. Burning sage to cleanse, clear and bless people and homes is a Native American practice. The ancient Druids also used sage for these purposes, and other indigenous cultures around the world use various other herbs and woods.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-29 01:26:14
ID: 44526
I believe in a variety of things: Crystals, stones, candles, elements of Catholicism and other religions. But I really trust the archangels. There are many of them. Chamuel is my absolute go to. Peace.
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