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An Empath’s Intervention Can Save A Life

FREE psychic reading at, Click Here NOW!!!This morning after I finished meditating, instead of logging on to work as usual, I felt intuitively guided to visit a local coffee shop that I had visited a few days before.

While I was there I had noticed a girl working there who seemed extremely sad. Her aura clearly showed me this. I also intuitively saw that she had probably been crying before she came in that day.

While waiting for my order, I tuned into her energy field to see what information I could get to help her, even indirectly. Normally I would not do this in public, but this poor girl really tugged at my heartstrings for some reason.

I immediately had more intuitive flashes about her and her boyfriend. I saw him being very mean, controlling and abusive to her, and also cheating on her with numerous women.

I also realised that she was living with him instead of him. I had a strong feeling that if she stayed there with him, things would get really bad in the long run – to the point where she might even have to go to a refuge for victims of domestic violence.

But as we did not know each other, I did not feel it was my place to interfere by giving her unsolicited advice. Nor did I want to embarrass her or myself! So I just prayed for her in silence and sent her some healing energy, but kept my premonitions and insights to myself.

A Spiritual Samaritan lives knowing that if we were to leave this world tomorrow, we were the best humans we could be and we touched the lives of as many souls as possible. We are not asked to be perfect. We are asked to make a difference ~ Molly Friedenfeld

I don’t usually go out for coffee on working days, but I just couldn’t stop thinking about her. Was she all right? I just had to find out what was going on, but at the same time I didn’t want to seem nosy or even creepy. I don’t usually go up to random strangers and offer them spontaneous readings, especially if I don’t know them.

But for some reason, I felt completely drawn to her. I felt it was my duty to try and help her as best I could. So I went to “get a coffee”.

The moment I walked in, I immediately felt that she seemed a little lighter today, which was good. But I could still see that her aura was showing signs of distress. So, I decided to swallow my pride, gather my courage and approach her as calmly as possible.

I told her what I did for a living and that I would be happy to help her if she wanted me to. She didn’t have to do anything except listen. She did not have to accept any of my instructions. Fortunately, she was happy to accept my offer.

We sat down in a quiet corner of the shop and I told her that Spirit had shown me that she might be in a very bad relationship, that she was not only being abused and disrespected, but that she might be in danger in the long term. I did not mention the cheating as it was obvious to me that she already knew.

I also saw that she was going to meet someone new who would be much better for her. She then told me that she was talking to a friend who knew a guy she was trying to set up with. I encouraged her to consider doing just that, but only when she was no longer living with the current man.

Then, to my own surprise, Spirit further confirmed that she should stop second-guessing herself about getting a new job. I then saw in my mind’s eye the bookshop down the road and that they were recruiting and that she might like it there. It pays a lot better and will help her get her own place.

Afterwards she told me how grateful she was that I had contacted her because she had been thinking of doing something to hurt herself and had just prayed the night before for a sign or something to give her some light on how to move forward with her life. When I heard this I was so relieved that I had followed my intuition, listened to my guides and done something that I would not normally do.

Sitting at home now, having a cup of tea (not coffee) and thinking about it all, I started to cry quietly…because I heard Spirit whisper to me, “You saved her life.”

It’s moments like these that make me grateful for my empathic ability, even though it can be challenging at times. For is it not wonderful that sometimes I am able to tune out the energetic chaos and toxic drama of the world and simply feel the deeper layers of life around me and intensely feel the emotions of the people around me so that I can help them, as I did today.

At times we feel outnumbered in our attempts to improve the world — to brighten and beautify, to preserve and heal and do what’s best for humanity…It is at these times I remind myself that I would rather be the last Good Samaritan standing than to join the ranks of selfish multitudes creating misery ~ Richelle E. Goodrich

Guidelines For Empathic Intervention

If you are also a highly sensitive, empathic or intuitive person, don’t be afraid to reach out and touch someone’s life if you can clearly sense that it might be necessary. Your heightened awareness of the emotions and needs of those around you is a gift to this world, so use it when it is clearly needed.

By stepping in and helping others when appropriate, you are helping to create a more compassionate, caring world. Your actions will inspire others to act with kindness and empathy, creating a ripple effect of positive change in the world.

However, intervening in public situations with strangers can be tricky, and there’s no one-size-fits-all way to handle these situations. Here are some general guidelines to keep in mind:

Safety: If you feel that someone’s safety is at risk, it’s usually appropriate to intervene. This could include situations such as physical altercations, harassment, or someone who seems extremely distressed or in need of urgent help.

Assessment: Before you intervene, take some time to assess the situation very carefully. Consider factors such as the nature of the problem, the people involved and your own safety.

Context: Consider the context of the situation and the environment you’re in. Intervening in a crowded public space may require a different approach to intervening in a more secluded setting.

Boundaries: Be careful to respect people’s boundaries and autonomy. Interventions should aim to help, not intrude or make the situation worse.

Consent: Where possible, try to get consent before you intervene. For example, if you witness someone being harassed, you might approach them and ask if they need help before intervening directly.

Helping: Sometimes intervening can mean offering help rather than getting directly involved in the situation. This could mean calling the emergency services, finding a person’s friends or family, or offering support in a non-intrusive way.

Respect: Approach interventions with respect and sensitivity. Be aware of cultural differences, power dynamics and possible biases.

Limits: Know your own limitations and recognise when it may be more appropriate to involve experts or trained professionals, such as law enforcement or medical personnel, especially in situations involving violence or serious harm.

Remember that every situation is unique and there’s no foolproof formula for when to intervene. Trust your intuition, prioritise the safety of yourself and others, and aim to offer help in a respectful and supportive way.

About The Author: Moon Goddess

Moon Goddess is a third generation empathic healer and seer. She started to give healing readings to people more than 20 years ago. She has always been interested and studied all things metaphysical from a young age. Being hypersensitive she can feel and see things before they happen. Utilizing the Tarot, and with the help of her Guides, she is a source of support for many people all over the world. After he passed over, her grandfather kept his promise and came back to say goodbye and gave her the most amazing experience. Moon knows there truly is a Heaven, and it is wonderful! Sharing her experience has helped many people after they have lost someone, or anyone experiencing some form of grief. Get a reading with Moon Goddess now at

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