Subtler energies such as gratitude, relief, and generosity are perhaps more difficult to feel in empathic readings. They may be disguised by our own feelings of inadequacy, we may not feel them as deeply as feelings such as anger, hate or even despair. So, what do subtler energies feel like, and how does one look out for them?
Sometimes, anger, aggression, frustration are always easier to read from people, as opposed to the more kind, conciliatory feelings. This is something to really pay attention to. So many of us are under pressure, whether it be our jobs, our society, beliefs or our tragedies.
It is also important to pay attention to the notion that after a certain age we do become less sensitive to the more optimistic or kinder aspects of people, if life has delivered some harsh blows. It would certainly be interesting to work with young empaths to hear their opinion on future options, whereas more experienced empaths would be more beneficial for long-term progression readings, as well as cautionary readings.
Experience teaches us caution, and it would be prudent to admit that a certain amount of negativity is accumulated after a certain point in one’s life and how this can affect readings.
So, what does a subtler energy feel like? For me, in my own naive view, a subtle energy feels less forceful, much more gracious – like a warm wind. This feeling is often a feeling of inherent forgiveness or calmness, and it seems to envelop the entire subjects personality, philosophy and viewpoints, as opposed to perhaps a blast of energy from an aggressive energy, which is an emotional state separate from the calm, collected overall philosophical personality that a forgiving personality has attainted.
I think one can sense different types of warmth, but this would be more of a change to the entire personality, whereas I can sense narcissism, egotism or manipulation in another in quite separate parts of their personality. This part has not ‘joined’ or merged up with the personality state to really feel true, so in truth you will feel a philosophical approach from the entire personality if they are caring, not just a moment of conciliation, or a fear of rejection in the person.
A forced sense of approval or forgiveness can arise when there are problems that take away from that person’s life. Ask yourself whether that person has the lifestyle and ability, the religious or spiritual background, as well as family upbringing, that supports this way of thinking. All these things have to be taken in context. What appears at face value is sometimes just that.
A person may perhaps be bargaining for another chance, due to their fear or rejection or humiliation, as opposed to a genuine approach to improve the entire situation. Watch their behavior towards others. Are they generally considerate, or what is their job designation? Again, take it in context with their upbringing. If it is in line with their upbringing, it may be not apparent to you. If they have a bad situation they may just not be able to feel it for survival’s sake.
Oftentimes a person’s work or profession offers clues as to what they are capable of, or best at in relationships. Are they an organizer? Are they an enforcer? Are they an artist? These aspects offer clues as to how they approach forgiveness.
When feeling the energy of someone in a less fortunate situation, do not discount it. Everyone has a latently good and forgiving side that will come from an altruistic and truly unselfish place. Yet, the motivation has to be apparent. If there is no apparent motivation for their being good to you, and their situation is desperate, if they have all the signs that they could be problematic, look even deeper past this to find the needs the person has to attempt to draw the motivation out of that person.
I find people are not taught that they can be rewarded for good behavior, so they consciously thwart any solutions in all of their relationships and create only problems for others. That comes usually from upbringing or family dispositions. If that is the case, create a motivator and see if they respond to that.
And as always do go by the best tenets possible – which is that what you wish to happen to you should be bestowed upon others. And then, when you believe in the good that is possible by being open to it, when you understand that motivations do not always present themselves but have to be presented to a person, you will feel where their inherent goodness is when they can trust you and work, and you will work beyond their defensiveness to feel some of the good – and work on motivating the person to feel rewarded for the goodness they do demonstrate.
Then and truly then only will you feel even the subtlest energies, by helping opportunities arise out of problems that perhaps the person has not been able to see a solution for. Be conscious of stresses, anxieties, tragedies, health problems, and background and allow for these gentler energies to caress you, not engulf you, and you will learn not to take their rage and anger personally, and you will feel their kindness and true intent, which can be built upon for future relationships. Extend your hand in kindness and often you will bring out the true needs from the person, you can define what their motivation is, and hopefully they will respond in kind to that, should they have the circumstances that support this.
| PsychicAccess.com.Carmen’s waking dreams have provided accurate glimpses into the future for celebrities as well as political and international figures. Her non-judgmental, Empathic approach, as well as her unique method of Tarot reading, affords her the reputation as a groundbreaker in her field. This European born Canadian is the first online psychic to promote the idea of Empathy and emotional thought transference, and she has written a great deal on the subject. For a comprehensive Intuitive reading that will transform your life, you can find Carmen at |
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