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.


What Different Vitamins are Good For

Developing an understanding of the benefits of each vitamin can help you make intelligent supplement choices. This understanding will also give you insight into the best high-nutrient foods.

Benefits of Vitamin A
Here are just a few of the benefits of vitamin A:

Improves vision and protects your eyes from night blindness
Assists in the formation of red blood cells
Reduces the risks of stroke
Reduces the risk of cancer
Promotes beautiful skin
Enemies of vitamin A include light, alcohol, coffee and smoking.

Benefits of the B Vitamins

The B vitamins are actually eight water-soluble vitamins, which play crucial roles in cell metabolism. They work as a team to support metabolism, maintain clear skin and enhance muscle tone. Additionally, B Vitamins promote red cell growth, which in turn prevents anemia. B Vitamins can also reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer. However, it will only do this if consumed in food. When taken as a complex, B vitamins can help combat the symptoms of stress and depression.

Benefits of Vitamin C
Vitamin C is probably the most popular vitamin. It is taken for colds and to increase immunity. Some studies have shown that vitamin C may even act as an antihistamine. However, contrary to propaganda, no studies have proven that megadoses of vitamin C will actually protect colds.

Vitamin C plays a vital role in collagen production. This makes it useful for wound healing. Some people use it post surgery. Topically applied, it protects the skin from free radical damage after excessive exposure to ultraviolet light. As an antioxidant, vitamin C protects cells from damage and mutation. As such, it reduces the risk of almost all types of cancer.

Benefits of Vitamin D
Prevention of Alzheimer’s disease and prostate cancer are two of the most important benefits of vitamin D. It also aids in the absorption of calcium, which in turn prevents osteoporosis. According to an article published in the New York Times , new studies show that men and women who consume higher levels of vitamin D are less likely to develop colon cancer than people with lower levels. Are there any enemies of Vitamin D? Ain’t no sunshine, then it’s gone. Computer geeks should get out into the daylight.

Benefits of Vitamin E
“Skin care” are the words that most be think of when they think of vitamin E. Here are some of the other benefits.

Menstrual pain
Low sperm count
Restless leg syndrome
Alzheimer’s disease
Parkinson’s disease
Rheumatoid arthritis
Now that you have a better understanding of what the different vitamins are good for, you can make informed choices. Choose wisely, and remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Healing Vitamin Deficiency and Dry Skin

If a vitamin deficiency is responsible for dry skin, consulting a dietitian or physician for a proper nutritional analysis is essential. Adding daily supplements of missing vitamins can dramatically improve skin condition, particularly if the deficiency is severe. Ideally, an individual’s nutrient balance and vitamin needs should be met through a regular, healthy diet.

Adding vegetables to every meal and choosing recipes that include foods rich in Vitamin A can help ensure a vitamin deficiency does not contribute to dry skin.

In addition to adding the proper dietary supplements to combat dry skin, topical lotions and moisturizers – especially those enriched with Vitamin A, Vitamin E, or aloe–can help heal skin, and drinking plenty of water keeps skin moisturized from the inside out.
Other Causes of Dry Skin
In many cases, a lack of vitamins may not be the cause for dry skin. More than 100 different diseases and environmental conditions can contribute to dry skin, including:
Climate, such as high heat, low humidity, or intense cold
Chronic dehydration
Harsh chemicals, including soaps, bleach, and household cleansers
Thyroid problems or other hormonal imbalances
Diabetes, eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions
Drinking too much caffeine or alcohol
Making lifestyle adjustments to compensate for these dry skin causes as well as being treated for other medical conditions that may contribute to skin problems can also help heal skin quickly and easily.

Vitamin deficiency and dry skin can be related, but there are many other factors that should be considered when seeking a solution for dry skin. Understanding which vitamins affect skin condition, however, can help balance nutritional needs to ensure healthy skin.

So, What Vitamin Is Good for Energy?

The B vitamins are essential for the body’s production and use of energy. This group of eight vitamins – the vitamin B complex – is critical to avoiding fatigue, and they work best as a coordinated group to energize the body. B Vitamins can help weight loss as well, since they will give you more energy to be active and exercise.
B1 (Thiamin):

Vitamin B1 strengthens the body’s immune system and boosts neurotransmitter synthesis so the brain and nervous system, including memory, can function more efficiently. Skin and blood vessel growth and food metabolism also require healthy amounts of thiamin. Furthermore, metabolizing food effectively generates energy the body needs for all its tasks, and thiamin is essential for that process.

B2 (Riboflavin): Vitamin B2 is responsible for helping the body produce energy through a variety of chemical reactions. It also increases oxygen utilization efficiency, allowing cells to function more effectively. Riboflavin also eases arthritis, which can give individuals who suffer from painful joints better ease of movement to feel more energetic.
B3 (Niacin): Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, helps treat high cholesterol which in can be responsible for a range of health problems that can sap an individual’s energy. The vitamin also works in conjunction with other B vitamins to increase the body’s efficiency when producing energy.

B5 (Pantothenic Acid): Vitamin B5 is responsible not only for energy conjunction along with the other B vitamins, but also for strengthening the body’s immune system. If the body is ill, it expends great energy to combat the illness and to heal, and a healthy immune system is necessary for higher energy levels.

B6 (Pyridoxine): This B vitamin helps protect the body’s arteries and the health of the circulatory system. Without proper blood flow, energetic activities are impossible and cells are not able to produce enough energy or get enough oxygen to meet the body’s energy needs.

B9 (Folic Acid): This B Vitamin is also responsible for protecting arteries, and it also plays a role in the formation of red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen to the rest of the body and are necessary to maintain energy levels. The right level of folic acid is also essential in a pregnant woman’s diet to help prevent birth defects.

B12 (Cyanocobalamin): This B vitamin, along with folic acid, helps form red blood cells.Vitamin B12 is also a key factor in how effectively the body absorbs food and therefore replenishes its energy supplies.

Biotin: This vitamin facilitates both fat and protein metabolism, a process that is necessary to convert food into energy.