Are you ready to master your energy?
From empath surviving
To empath thriving
You are sensitive to your environment, people, and energy as an empath. You absorb other people's energies, whether negative or positive. This can lead to overwhelm; you believe minimizing input involves making yourself small and pleasing others. Because of this, you avoid asking for help, leaving you feeling alone and misunderstood.
For an empath and highly sensitive person to thrive, they must embrace self-healing. Therefore, I created Realized Empath to address the specific healing needs of the empath and highly sensitive person.
Through self-awareness, we see our blocks; we learn to release what we perceive by healing our pain. By acknowledging our needs, we begin to trust and deepen our intuition. Finally, by implementing boundaries, empaths feel safe to be themselves in an insensitive world.
I'm a sensitive healer at heart. I was guided to my Master in Counseling degree for a reason. It's a gift, passion, a purpose.
I'm a survivor (think Beyonce); I've experienced "big trauma" However, I discovered that the darkest parts were a path to my purpose, and tapping into my creative power freed my spirit.
I crave adventure and love being in the mountains; I feel alive in nature and open space. So you'll likely find me hiking in Alaska rather than lying on a beach.
THE HEALED EMPATH
The Highly Sensitive Person’s Guide to Transforming Trauma and Anxiety, Trusting Your Intuition, and Moving from Overwhelm to Empowerment.
The Healed Empath is essential reading for empaths and caring, sensitive people who are looking for a self-compassionate path to well-being. Kristen Schwartz presents a nuanced perspective by shining a light on how trauma can sometimes create or shape the empath experience. She addresses challenging issues for most empaths, such as boundaries and self-care, and offers a transformative manual for healing. This book is as insightful as it is timely. Highly recommended The Healed Empath!
-Anna Kress, Psy.D.,
clinical psychologist, Princeton, NJ.