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  • Shelly, You're right. It is a choice between love and fear. Sometimes this takes work to become able to discern the difference and then know what to do when the fear is stuck. It's just something we humans have to learn. Thank goodness there are people out there just one step ahead who can share and guide us when we need help!

    Thank you for…Read More

  • HI John,

    The Sufis would say that the Heart is the transmuter of all things. Every change happens from Love and so our job is to gain more ‘knowledge' or understanding of Love. Perception is a matter of mind.

    Both are essential, as you say.

    I agree that it is our choice where we put our focus.

    Love! Paige

  • Melissa Rose, I am feeling sad that somehow I missed your comment here a year ago.

    You're someone I truly resonate with… I can feel who you are through your words and even this beautiful, artful picture of you. I, too, have lived hell and heaven in this place. I don't know exactly what will happen when we pass, but I do not think it will be…Read More

  • It is kind of scary how people believed that they should be afraid of God for so many thousands of years. Old paradigm thinking was so restrictive. I agree with you that it's not God we should be afraid of – but our own thinking that takes us into hellish places. We are in charge of our outcomes because of our own consciousness. Sounds like…Read More
  • Trisha, I so appreciate you taking the time to write to me and leave feedback about the article. You uplift my spirit by being here! Loads of love right back to you!!! <3 Paige
  • Teresa, I think that has been one of my greatest lessons – to ask myself, “Is this my feeling – or someone else's” It's saved me from a WHOLE lot of suffering.
    THank you for sharing your wonderful insight! Love Paige
  • That's a great idea actually – La. There's a new movement called “Authentic Relating” where people state the obvious without fear, and ask the other person honest questions about what might be going on with them. It's a wonderful circle to attend and I highly recommend finding one in your area.

    Love, Paige

  • Hani,
    Thanks for your thoughtful comment.

    I agree that guilt is rarely justified. People do the best they can in any given circumstance. And if they truly don't follow their best inner knowing – if they go against their own values – then it's important to make amends where necessary, forgive oneself, and then BEGIN AGAIN FRESH.

    Let us…Read More

  • Akiroq, I appreciate YOUR solid comment! I'm only sorry it's taken me half a year to see your comment! This site doesn't inform me when folks write in. I'm sorry.

    I love how you say that looking at yourself as your child-self helps you support your inner self. I actually do the same thing!!! Being ‘mean' to ourselves just makes things…Read More

  • Christine, I am so sorry to hear about your toxic sister. Some folks would prefer to hold onto their victim stories than to look at the ‘truth'. The Truth is ALWAYS more comfortable in the end…. but does take courage at first to take a peek at it.

    Sending all my love, Paige

  • Thank you Cheryl! I really loved writing it! Felt really inspired…. <3 love to you!
  • Thanks Sole!!!!! I'm glad you liked it! <3 Paige
  • AMEN indeed, Prabhakar!

    Let's be friends! http://www.facebook.com/therevolutionofevolution

    I'm looking forward to seeing you there!

    love, Paige Bartholomew,
    The author

  • I knew all my life that I was “sensitive” and that I picked up on things that others did not. I also knew that my body didn't handle sensory stimuli the same way other bodies did. I could easily become overwhelmed […]

    Are Empaths a Sign of Human Evolution?

    I knew all my life that I was "sensitive" and that I picked up on things that others did not. I also knew that my body didn't handle sensory stimuli the same way other bodies did. I could easily...

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    • Welcome to this postive space! So wonderful to see you here!!!! XOXOXO

    • Paige, I love “differently- abled” ❤️
      Empath here ! I would not want it any other way , though.
      Thank you for this insightful article.

    • Appears to havre many similarities to autism/aspbergers?

    • This Is Very helpful I understand more about my sensitivities and sometimes getting very overwhelmed. Praying is my helper..time with my God…I like to go for a walk I especially love the beach somewhere and connect to the beauty around me, also having boundaries is helpful.

    • Thank You… I don't feel so alone now, like I'm from another planet, an alien…🖤🏯☯️🏯🖤 Namaste' 🌏

    • Thank you Paige for this thought provoking analysis. I am so ridden with the socially unacceptable, “Label Defiance Disorder” that I usually tune out automatically at the thought of meeting any criteria of a check list. 😉 But, I can relate to many of these tendencies and have recently started paying closer attention to my perception style in relation to how it has impacted previous experiences. Also, in how I can utilize it's strengths to impact future experiences. One thing I do believe is influencing the awareness is the fact that we have so much access to information and conversation. I love that! It is through the exchanging of ideas that we can evolve the most naturally for our unique powerful selves.

    • I love this insight & perspective. I'm finding that more and more people are realizing this potential within themselves, and bravely stepping into that power. ❤🙌

    • Insightful for myself. ❤️ The read.

    • This is an amazing article that spoke to me. I can relate to most of this. It really is good for me to know this as it I no longer feel so alone.

    • What a wonderful article, Paige! Thank you so much for changing the perspective of being an empath. Being sensitive is unique and valuable. It's hard too but we can find away. Thank you for “know how” and your wonderful wisdom.

    • Thank you. Now I understand!

    • My, I can totally relate to this article! yes, yes and yes! As a Pure Intuitive, I can only agree . Thank you for writing .

    • Well Paige I feel that most people that are Empaths freak-out not Knowing that they are..And think there is something wrong with them..Part of the healing for souls such as ours is REALLY KNOWING our selves ..Plus also Letting go of the Fact that we'll never fit in..Cause we were never meant too…I Love you Dear Sister…

    • That's a great idea actually – La. There's a new movement called “Authentic Relating” where people state the obvious without fear, and ask the other person honest questions about what might be going on with them. It's a wonderful circle to attend and I highly recommend finding one in your area.

      Love, Paige

    • Teresa, I think that has been one of my greatest lessons – to ask myself, “Is this my feeling – or someone else's” It's saved me from a WHOLE lot of suffering.
      THank you for sharing your wonderful insight! Love Paige

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  • Have you wondered about your soul's level of enlightenment?
    We souls evolve in a predictable way, and the map for our journey is written within our very DNA. The evolutionary map is the chakra system. If you […]

    The Soul Map

    Have you wondered about your soul's level of enlightenment? We souls evolve in a predictable way, and the map for our journey is written within our very DNA. The evolutionary map is the chakra system. If you understand the essential...

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  • Forgiving yourself can be a tough one because the person who feels angry, and the person you're angry with is the same person — YOU! We get stuck in self-judgment. We can't let ourselves off the hook. Maybe we b […]

    5 Steps to Self-Forgiveness

    Forgiving yourself can be a tough one because the person who feels angry, and the person you're angry with is the same person — YOU! We get stuck in self-judgment. We can't let ourselves off the hook. Maybe we...

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    • AMEN indeed, Prabhakar!

      Let's be friends! http://www.facebook.com/therevolutionofevolution

      I'm looking forward to seeing you there!

      love, Paige Bartholomew,
      The author

    • Christine, I am so sorry to hear about your toxic sister. Some folks would prefer to hold onto their victim stories than to look at the ‘truth'. The Truth is ALWAYS more comfortable in the end…. but does take courage at first to take a peek at it.

      Sending all my love, Paige

    • Akiroq, I appreciate YOUR solid comment! I'm only sorry it's taken me half a year to see your comment! This site doesn't inform me when folks write in. I'm sorry.

      I love how you say that looking at yourself as your child-self helps you support your inner self. I actually do the same thing!!! Being ‘mean' to ourselves just makes things worse. We are all trying to do the very best we can in any given moment. It IS ok to make mistakes and NOT TO SHAME OURSELVES FOR THEM. I love your thinking. I bet you're a really wonderful friend to have.

      Love, Paige

    • Hani,
      Thanks for your thoughtful comment.

      I agree that guilt is rarely justified. People do the best they can in any given circumstance. And if they truly don't follow their best inner knowing – if they go against their own values – then it's important to make amends where necessary, forgive oneself, and then BEGIN AGAIN FRESH.

      Let us stop trying to anticipate the future so much. Let us try to live our very best in this moment.

      Love, Paige

  • Maybe you've done a ton of healing work, you've read all the self-help books, you've meditated with the best of them, but still something feels off.

    Here's what you need to know: your seven chakras aren't just […]

    The 7 Sacred Soul Tasks

    Maybe you've done a ton of healing work, you've read all the self-help books, you've meditated with the best of them, but still something feels off. Here's what you need to know: your seven chakras aren't just energy centers. They...

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  • Walt Whitman explained empathy this way:
    “I do not ask the wounded person how he feels, I myself become the wounded person.”
    Empathy is the ability to imagine “What's it like to BE them”? —Walt Whitman
    The Di […]

    What is an EMPATH?

    Walt Whitman explained empathy this way: "I do not ask the wounded person how he feels, I myself become the wounded person." Empathy is the ability to imagine "What's it like to BE them"? —Walt Whitman The Difference between Sympathy and Empathy: A person...

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    • Paige,
      This is a great article to understand the empath.
      It can be tricky being an empath. There is many gifts in being one but just as you address we need to be careful of boundaries… or else can easily become too dependent and /or experience depression etc…
      I remember even as a child feeling GREAT sadness when stepping on grass or watching a sad television show like Benji … or even completely absorbing others emotions when I observed interactions.
      It was intense and I was overwhelmed with sadness as a child.
      Today , I still feel ALOT all of the time (like passing a dog on a leash that looks unhappy or a dead bird in the road … etc… ) but I am able to use tools to accept things a lot better and let go and trust the a Higher Power is in charge and I don’t have to be.
      I am grateful for my empathy.

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