Empathy as a Spiritual
Power: What Type of Empath Are You?
by Cyndi Dale
I work with clients every day; they call from locations as far-flung as
Japan and as close to home as Iowa. The reason I can provide this
long-distance service as an energy medicine healer and intuitive
specialist is the support of a vast network of satellites, electrical
lines, and Internet connections.
Empathy works in a similar way. Typically defined as the ability to
sense what's happening to another (person, animal, etc.), empathy
relies on an amazingly complex set of linkages. Most researchers point
to interchanges within and between the brain, various neurological
systems, and psychological programming. If you back a scientist in a
corner, though, they'll admit that there are unseen forces at play. I
believe that these are the more interesting and productive factors to
study, and that understanding the more "unusual" aspects of empathy can
help you embrace the true power of being empathic.
And that's exactly what empathy is supposed to be: a power.
The "limited edition" version of empathy says there are two main types
of empathy: emotional empathy and cognitive empathy. Most of us have
experienced how helpful it is to sense what others are feeling or
thinking. What if I were to inform you that there are actually six, not
only two, types of empathy? Not only that—empathy isn't just about
walking in the shoes of another. The subject of your awareness might be
a person; then again, it could be a dog, plant, object, or otherworldly
being. This is because empathy is actually a supersonic phenomenon that
alerts us to spiritual or psychic information. As such, it can attune
us to all sorts of animate or inanimate subjects, and also work for or
As an example, consider the following six individuals, each of which
showcases a particular type of spiritual empathy.
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by Judith Marshall
For many of us, travel is the spice of life. The comfort
and security of home are important, but the unfamiliar stirs the soul.
Travel in the physical world offers insight, freedom, and expansion.
Travel within—the journey of the spirit—provides the same, especially
when exploring past lives. What can we expect to find when we explore
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by Lenny Schneir, with David B. Axelrod & Linda Winburn
Merlin Stone was the renowned feminist, author, artist,
historian, and speaker most famous for her book, When God Was a Woman. Her partner,
Lenny Schneir, shares how Merlin turned him from a self-proclaimed male
chauvinist into a feminist, and he explains why the new book, Merlin Stone Remembered, is so important
for him to share with the world.