Nother little excerpt from book, am gonna throw all the abilities out so everyone gets a sneak peek AND solid info you can all use, whether you are a psychic…or not.
Clairsentience is a fancy word for being an Empath. I guess it looks more important when you have the bigger word, but what it boils down to is this. Empaths have the ability to feel what you are feeling, quite literally. If you’ve had a shit day and are harboring homicidal thoughts about your boss (and really, who doesn’t?) we’ll feel that. We can tell if the boss you harbor homicidal thoughts about thinks well of you, or fantasizes about doing unnatural things to you with a stapler. As you might imagine, this can come in very handy for both parties’ health and well being. This is also a good way to get a handle on if your partner really loves you or has the hots for that ho at the office with the freaky eyes. It works equally well if you want to check and see if anyone around you happens to be interested in you in a romantic way.
Empaths reach out and feel people and situations that have you tense or upset, and see if there are any upcoming feelings in the future that might spell disaster for anyone involved in the situation, or, conversely if wonderful, happy times are coming up. I call myself an intellectual empath, because I’ve seen and heard some of my colleagues go on and on about how overwhelmed they have been with emotion during particularly trying sessions and situations. I myself advise these particular empaths to grow a pair. I know that is abrasive, I just don’t give a shit. If you are overwhelmed every single time someone has hit a rough patch, please tell me how in the hell you are going to be able to guide them through it when you are clutching a wet hanky or vomiting into your wastebasket from the “stress” all this emotion has unfairly thrown your way. In fact, if you are that sensitive, surely there is some other calling that you can answer to…perhaps petting cute little puppies, or watching butterflies hatch.
Any empath worth his or her salt is going to be able to erect a solid barrier in their mind to seal themselves off from the person who is consulting them. This is necessary so that you can correctly sense what needs to be sensed, instead of being overwhelmed by your own emotions throughout the reading. Any given empath’s feelings can get them in trouble. Say you have a client whose partner is a walking, talking chunk of dog vomit. You hate him and wish he would fall face first into a tree chipper, preferably sooner than later. You cannot let your emotions overwhelm you in such a case, so the barrier put forth is to protect both yourself and your client. If your client worships the ground Mr Chunk of Dog Vomit walks on, the last thing you need is to find yourself going weak at the knees thinking of him. Having a barrier erected to cut off the majority of your and the client’s feelings allows you to see objectively, and use logic and reason to strike a happy medium between worshipful and homicidal.
If you happen to be someone who would like to develop empath ability, to my mind, it’s much easier than working on your natural clairvoyant ability. You simply open yourself up whilst talking to people and feel their reactions. I know that sounds oversimplified, but as you go on opening yourself, you will easily be able to tell what is coming from you, and what is coming from the person you are trying to tune into. Being a empath is a double edged sword though, especially if you are just starting to develop it. It can be wonderful to know how people are truly feeling, and be able to help them through it. It can also be a real bitch when you get pissy because the baby is teething, hubby is in a bad mood, or when the old lady has pms. The more you develop this ability, the more you have to guard yourself so you aren’t either beating the shit out of someone, or curled up on your bed, afraid to go out because of what you might feel. Or worse yet, do.