Empathic Psychic Abilities

The psychic ability of empathy is often misunderstood. Some people compare it to other related psychic abilities such as clairsentience and psychometry. While clairsentience allows the psychic to “pick-up” the emotions and physical reactions of others, unlike an empath, the psychic doesn’t necessarily feel them as her own emotions or physical pain.

Many believe that clairsentience is a more highly-evolved form of empathy. Psychometry is the ability to receive information that can include all of the senses by simply touching an object or person without the intensity an empath experiences.

Understanding the Empathetic Nature

An empath feels the emotions and physical pains of others as intensely or more than her own. This barrage of sensations can over-stimulate the empath and even manifest as erratic behavior.

What Does It Feel Like?
An empath is so sensitive to the energies surrounding her, especially the energies of other people, that she can fall victim to tremendous stress and inner conflict. It can feel like an electrical current or simply a nervousness that suddenly overpowers her followed by a flood of emotions. Feelings of sadness or melancholy may come out of nowhere and consume her. This becomes very confusing since the empath may not fully understand what is happening to her and try to own those feelings by attempting to understand why she’s feeling such odd and unfounded emotions.

It isn’t surprising that the majority of empaths at one time or another become highly depressed. In addition to negative emotions, an empath can also pick up on a person’s positive ones. However, this up and down effect creates an emotional roller coaster ride for the inexperienced and untrained empath.

How Empaths Receive Information
No one really knows the true mechanisms of empathic abilities. Many theories have been created as a means of explanation. Not all empaths have just this one ability, and some can garner information from multiple psychic abilities that work in unison as one mega psychic ability. For example, the empath may unknowingly use psychometry abilities to receive information simply by touching a person or object.

The empathic ability then processes this information into feelings. Going beyond these two psychic abilities, the person may also have strong clairvoyance, clairaudience and other abilities that assist in the processing of the information she is receiving.

Must Have Winter Products

According to Dr. Hale, some must-have products for the winter months include the following:

Moisturizer selection: Dr. Hale recommends choosing a heavier moisturizer for winter. She states that “During the summer, my patients typically use a lightweight lotion or cream at night, but because skin can dry out more easily in winter, opt for something with a thicker texture.”

Body Lotion: Dr.Hale says to look for body moisturizers with “an ingredient called ceramide.” She notes that “ceramide is naturally found in the skin and helps it to retain moisture.”

Facial Moisturizer: According to Dr. Hale, “the latest trend in facial moisturizer is hyaluronic acid” She adds that “this helps to hydrate skin by pulling in water to plump up dehydrated areas. This ingredient is commonly used in cosmetic fillers, but is increasingly being incorporated into face products.”

Lip Products: Dr. Hale notes that “cracked, dry lips not only look unsightly, but can also be painful. There are a lot of great moisturizing products available, but I advise my patients to look for ones that include SPF for protection during the day.” She adds, “My patients like Aquaphor with SPF for the lips when they are out and about.

At night, you can follow up with something like Vaseline to help moisturize. It’s also important to ensure that you are hydrating from the inside out. Make sure to drink plenty of water as the lips are one of the first places to show signs of dehydration.”