Look Beyond the Surface


While my plan was to write on a different topic, my higher self wanted me to use this entry from Are You an Empath? For the past few weeks, empaths have steadily shown up at fairs for help. While this writing applies to empaths, it can also assist non-empaths in times to come.

Sometimes we withdraw when an individual is being mean or ill-spirited towards us. An individual can be more aware of what is really going on by observing what is shown or felt. It may be what you see around the person. One or more of our senses are usually developed past the norm.

For example, I attended a presentation by a well-known doctor who worked with herbs and natural healing. Above his head appeared to be a grey circle or cloud. It was the first time seeing this and I wasn’t quite sure what it meant. He was suffering from depression. About two years later, he wrote publically about his on-going depression. If you do not understand what is going on with an individual such as the grey cloud shown over a person’s head, contemplate, meditate on it or ask your guidance.

You may sense or feel what the individual is going through or you may just know it. Recognize it is not yours. The individual may also be acting out what was being done to him or her or reflecting their own insecurities. If you do not know the person and are not being treated right, walk away. You don’t need someone like that in your life. If you stay and let the person verbally abuse you, you are giving your power away.

Another reason for an individual acting out toward you may be he or she has a contract to teach you a lesson. Lessons can be gentle and easy. You can walk away from learning the lesson in an unsupportive way and, instead, ask that your lessons be gentle and easy. Then deal with the lesson when it comes up. If you postpone it, the next time it comes around will be more difficult. If you step back and observe what is going on, you will have a better idea. It is very important to stay out of the emotions or turmoil.

Wishing you love in all that you do, Mary




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