How To Stop Absorbing Other Peoples Energy

If you or a loved one has ever been labeled as "overly sensitive" this video is for you. Bravo for all the sensitive people out there but we must learn to nurture our sensitivity in the chaotic fear based world.

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Leila 7th July 2008 2:35 am

Lovely have beautiful energy by the way.

I an an intuitive empath and i do use it in my numerology readings and when i teach people. But i do find that i get overwhelmed and pushed off my centre through feeling others and giving them hope and love. The biggest hurdle is nurturing myself everyday , as i tend to help others with that more than myself. Spirit is the main support i have in this area and without spirits gentle hugs i couldnt do my work. Your video really sent the message home to me thankyou :)


Irena Harney 19th November 2008 10:20 am

Aye, yes. Thank you Dr.Judith. Just the other day I was told by a 'friend' that I am hypersensitive and after years of being sensitive to being called 'names' , I said and felt: Yes, I am and I am so grateful that I am a sensitive, caring person :)

To all 'sensitives, YES WE CAN! :)

with Love, Irena

Judith Orloff mD 19th January 2009 12:51 am

Dear Spirit Library,

Would you like to be part of my bonus gift book campaign for my new book Emotional Freedom on March 2. It would be a way to join forces. I can let you know the details if you email me at the above email. I love your site!

Judith Orloff

Spirit Library 19th January 2009 7:32 am

Dear Judith,

Thank you so much for your words about Spirit Library and we would love to be part a partner in your campaign! We will definitely email you to find out more about it. Thank you for this opportunity.

Many Blessings,
Spirit Library :)

Mark Healy 11th February 2009 6:25 am

For years I've been accused of irrational behaviour, annoyed suddenly for no reason or just down or sad etc. I even feel today that's it's probably me despite being told it could be empathic behaviour you're feeling. It seems crazy to have something not many will take seriously about you. My other half had a traumatic childhood and every so often I can feel the sadness off him and I just get annoyed knowing I feel it, like it's replacing my oxygen to breath in. Over the years I've started to have no time for people who are sad or want to be listening to them. I feel drained, I feel something needs to be done and they just talk about it instead of fixing it. I feel sadness in most places. There's so many negative people. I was on anti-depressents for a year and it felt great, like it blocked out all those feelings I used to experience but one day I realised it's not fair to be on them and I wanted off so eventually I got off them and lately I'm feeling people's mood breezes even more.

I'm not sure what I want out of writing this piece to be honest.

Mark Healy 11th February 2009 6:28 am

I ran out of space to the above story, continuing on...
My relationship is strained because my other half get's upset to my short temper which encourages him to be more sad etc which results in me just not coping in feeling it too. It's like a vicious cycle I have no control over. Is there anyone who has been like that and knows some way to control this. I know anti-depressants are not the answer, is there any other way?

Mark Healy 11th February 2009 6:32 am

How I deal with it is by being alone mostly where nobody comes near me, I feel more calm and safe that way. To be alone is not right too despite how calm it leaves me. I can be seen as not wanting to be in anyones company yet I need that time alone to feel good again even if it takes days.

Evy 23rd September 2012 7:50 am

Thank you for this great advise. Your message confirmed what I already felt I needed to do. At times I felt guilty about turning off my phone and just enjoying a day for myself, I no longer feel guilty. Thanks again for helping me realize it's important to "recharge" and protect our level of energy.