I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Being an empath with a pure and loving heart in a cruel, materialistic world that cares only about pleasure and profit, is not a weakness.
It is the greatest strength a person can possess.
But, this extraordinary gift of Clair knowing, and Clair feeling has it is own price. And believe me, it’s a high one.
Tell me, have you ever been around a certain crowd that made you feel like you simply don’t belong there?
Have you ever felt unwanted when there was no reason for it?
If the answer is yes, then you can probably understand how empaths feel.
You see, there’s a reason why these poor souls often feel like they don’t belong anywhere.
Do you want to know the ugly truth about the mirror effect that makes most people hate empaths?
These people see themselves for who they are, and they hate themselves for it. But, since it is too hard to accept the truth, they find it easier to hate the person who made them aware of that. Therefore, the empath as a pure and conscious human being is the first target.
You see, these people are not brave enough to dive inside their souls and search for the issue within them. They could never dare to face their own demons head-on because the fear of the unknown is simply too much to handle. As a result, they accept their miserable lives as they are, consoling themselves that the whole wide world is plotting against them.
The empaths intense vibration and their powerful presence are simply too much for these people. They sense their energy, they see their bright light inside their hearts and they hate them for it. They dislike them for being who they are. They despise them for being as pure as the rain and as bright as the sun.
Because to them, seeing an empath is nothing but seeing themselves in the mirror for the first time. Every feeling these people try to bottle up and everything they try to hide, simply rises to the surface until they burst out in anger and blame it all on the empath.
It’s not fair, I know. You do everything in your power to be there for others and help them with their struggles in life, and in return, you get this. Utter disappointment and self-doubt. The truth is, more and more people take empaths the wrong way. But, as an empathic soul myself, I have to admit it… There’s not much you can do to change that fact.
The only thing you can do is to simply continue your journey, regardless of what people say or do.
Remember, DO NOT let others discourage you from being who you are. The fact that someone dislikes you or hates your guts doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s something wrong with you. Most of the time it means that the one who despises you has some unfinished business with themselves.
After all, you know how the saying goes… “What Susie says of Sally, says more of Susie than of Sally.”