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7 Things Empaths Do That Hinders Their Soul Growth

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by Conscious Reminder

An empath is an unbelievably talented and gifted person, and overall, many empaths have positive outlooks on their lives.

When they are at their maximum potential, empaths are caring, and strong. For those people that aren’t aware, an empath is a person that feels things on extremely profound levels.

An empath has the capacity to absorb other people’s emotions. Empaths are quite naturally giving and spiritual. They are able to fully relate to other people and may be fascinating individuals in many ways.

Although they are often overwhelmingly caring and positive, they can be negative too. Negative empaths are the ones that have lost the connection with the sense of positivity and power and who let those dark sides of their emotions to surround them or even consume them.

Here are the seven ways empaths will lose control over their strength, going against themselves, and turning into their worst enemies:

They will not want to learn more about themselves.

Empaths are a great mystery, even for themselves. They constantly uncover and learn about some new traits of the people they are. However, giving up on this particular knowledge will make them betray themselves, which will not be a wise thing. This will create the state during which negativity will rule their homes.

They will play the victim.

Although empaths are strong and brave people, they may take on the mentality of a victim sometimes. In such cases, they are going to feel like the whole world has turned against them, so the negative emotions that they are going to absorb are going to be too much for them to handle. In fact, when all this happens, empaths are going to be stuck in their emotions.

They will get bored quite easily.

Sometimes, empaths will need stimulation. Domestic life, working, and studying needs to be meaningful and interesting for them because they will easily begin daydreaming for something else. Empaths are over-stimulated frequently so that they don’t handle downtime quite well. Simply like with career choices, empaths are only going to do what actually keeps them interested and entertained.

They will not establish their proper boundaries.

In fact, empaths should have the appropriate boundaries all the time. Not establishing boundaries with those around them will turn them into doormats. Not having the ability to refuse the requests of those that are closest to them, regardless of the fact if those people care or don’t care, will mean using them without realizing it.

They will refuse to actually give themselves some time in order to recharge.

We all need some time in order to recharge. Empaths will need to spend time in solitude every day, in order to bring themselves out of some low vibrational frequencies. When they don’t get this solitude time, they will feel exhausted. They are going to become mentally and physically devastated if this lasts longer.

They will become quite susceptible to some addictive habits.

When empaths seek an escape, they are going to desire to block all those emotions that they feel as their self-protection form. Usually, this will make them find solutions in drugs, sex, alcohol, or some other types of addictive habits. For them, it would be the self-protective technique for surviving.

They will have troubles leaving their home.

For empaths, public spaces may be quite scary. Some places, such as grocery stores or shopping malls, may be quite overwhelming and extremely intimidating for such people who feel other individuals’ emotions. Walking through crowds, even for short periods, may entirely exhaust them. Although they really enjoy companionship, other people usually label them as introverts and loners as they can’t handle some big social gatherings.

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