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6 Types Of Empaths And How To Deal With Being One

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by Conscious Reminder

When it comes to empathy and connection to others, being an empath is an amazing talent.

However, such empathic insights may leave anyone feeling exhausted and even out of touch with oneself if they are misinterpreted or left uncontrolled.

Knowing what kind of empath you are will help you work with your gift rather than becoming overwhelmed by it if you have empathetic tendencies.

Empaths typically have huge hearts, are kind and sensitive, and have keen intuition. They have a great sense of empathy for others and perhaps even a close bond with nature and animals.

A disadvantage of having such sensitivity is that it makes one an emotional and physical sponge, soaking up the negativity and tension of the world. Without self-care plans in place, empaths frequently feel sensory overload. They also need to understand that the word “No” may be a full statement.

There are 6 types of empaths:

Emotional empath

An emotional empath, one of the most prevalent sorts of empaths, can quickly detect and even absorb the emotions of others. They could become agitated or depressed if a friend or family member is already depressed or unhappy.

Narcissists and energy vampires are extremely dangerous to emotional empaths, and being around them can make them feel especially worn out.

You must practice removing energy from your body that does not belong to you if you are an emotional empath. This may be accomplished by salt baths, chakra clearings, and grounding meditations.

Physical empath

This type of empath struggles with physical ailments similarly to emotional empaths since they can absorb physical symptoms from other individuals into their bodies.

Physical empaths may be able to identify where someone is having symptoms in addition to frequently feeling them themselves.

You should engage in regular mindfulness meditation so that you can feel being in your body right now. This can help you learn to distinguish between your bodily suffering and other people’s misery over time.

Psychometric Empaths

Psychometric Empaths experience the emotions of the person who owns or has owned an inanimate thing by absorbing the energy from the object. These Empaths are typically the simplest to manage and can change their traits into any of the Clair senses. 

Plant empath

Those that are sensitive to a plant’s requirements are known as plant empaths. They have a real green thumb and are outstanding gardeners or landscapers since they instinctively know what a plant requires.

Naturally, plant empaths enjoy being among plants, especially ones they can care for. If you identify as a Flora Empath, you must feed your body during each seasonal cycle. The Ayurvedic Doshas would be the most effective approach.

Animal empath

You guessed it—animals’ wants and sentiments may be detected by animal empaths. When an empath feels what an animal wants, it may appear to be somewhat telepathic. These folks have a natural propensity to work with animals, especially if they are providing direct care.

You must use some sort of “energetic shield” to safeguard your energy if you are a Fauna Empath.

Earth empath

Finally, an Earth empath has a strong bond with the planet. Consider this quality as the macro-level of having a plant empath personality feature, while plant empaths are tuned to specific plants, Earth empaths are tuned to the entirety of nature and the Earth as a whole.

As a result, they can be significantly energetically impacted by adverse weather, natural catastrophes, and environmental damage. It is crucial to frequently cleanse your living area if you are a geomantic empath.

You should also take care not to absorb energy from places with lower vibrations since this might eventually cause physical illness.

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