by Judith Orloff
I’m a psychiatrist and also an empath.
An empath is someone who is highly sensitive and tends to absorb the emotional and physical energy of other people into their own bodies. Empaths also have an intimate communion with nature, including with the earth, plants, and animals.
The positive side is that we can deeply feel all that is positive, wholesome, and healthy in others and the world. The downside is that empaths become exhausted, anxious, and burned out from sensory overload.
If you identify as an empath, the secret to nurturing your intuitive connection to all living things is to develop centering and protection strategies such as meditation, setting clear boundaries, creating adequate alone time to refuel, and many other strategies I present in The Empath’s Survival Guide. Then empaths can revel in the joy of their sensitivities.
Earth empaths are a special type of empath who is keenly attuned to the natural world and all of the Earth’s changes. The beauty of a waterfall can exhilarate and energize these empaths, whereas the toxicity of air pollutants can make them feel sick, exhausted, or depressed.
How do you know if you are an earth empath?
You are highly sensitive to intuiting the Earth’s changes in your body. Sensually and energetically, you can feel the power of a thunderstorm, the loveliness of the moon, the warmth of the sun on your shoulders. What happens to the Earth is intimately connected to your body. The beauty and health of the Earth nourishes and sustains you. The ocean and tides affect everyone, but especially you…
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