It’s a common notion that an empath is the one who experiences what the other person is going through but the reality is, an empath actually understands why the person is going through that particular phase. This understanding gives you a clear picture of whatever that is happening. However, an empath can differ from another empath in terms of feeling these experiences because each one of us have a varied set of empathetic abilities.
Wondering which of these are you?
Just look at the 6 circles very closely and identify the one you feel most connected to.
The one you select will help you know the type of empath you are and guide you to use the special gift you have.
If You Choose 1
You are a Plant Empath.
You can sense the needs of plants. You are probably in some profession related to nature like parks, sanctuaries, forests. You understand plants more than anyone else and know the right plant for a place.
You can connect to trees and even get guidance from them. Spending your time sitting by trees gives you insights into your own life. The plants too need your guidance and care to survive.
If You Choose 2
You are a Animal Empath.
Being an animal empath, you can communicate with animals. You have probably studied animal physiology and are involved in profession which asks you to take care of animals. Consider training as an animal healer if you haven’t already. This will help you make the most of your gift.
You can understand the needs of animals; you spend most of your time with them and you can easily detect if something is wrong with them and you know exactly how to help them.
If You Choose 3
You are an Intuitive Empath.
You pick up information of people without even communicating with them. As a Claircognizant or Intuitive Empath, you can easily understand the main intention of the other person and read them very easily.
With this ability, you have to surround yourself with people who are like you. It’s important for you to strengthen your own energetic field so that you don’t get exhausted by thoughts of others.
If You Choose 4
You are Emotional Empath.
This is one of the most common types of empaths. Being an emotional empath, you pick up emotions of others and feel as if they are your own. You feel happy when the other person is experiencing joyous emotion, you feel grieved by other’s sorrow.
It’s important for you to understand and distinguish your own emotions from others. This will refrain you from getting exhausted and at the same time, you can help others.
If You Choose 5
You are a Geomantic Empath.
A geomantic empath or environmental empath is the one who can feel the energy of a particular place. The environment of a place can instigate emotions in you like joy, sorrow, and others alike. As an environmental empath, you are drawn to history and geography of a particular place.
For you, the best way to recharge is spend some time amidst nature. Cutting of trees or destroying the environment affects you. Join environmental projects if you can. A harmonious environment is essential for you in order to have a peaceful day. You have a general tendency to decorate your house with plants and choose natural colours and materials for your clothing and furniture.
If You Choose 6
You are a Physical/ Medical Empath.
As a physical or medical empath, you pick up energies on others’ bodies. You usually happen to be a healer and medical practice, conventional or alternative is your profession.
You might face health issues while absorbing symptoms from others. This is helpful for people with chronic illnesses like fibromyalgia or other autoimmune diseases. Training in healing can help one apply the most of this ability.
It’s not easy to be an empath. But if you can identify your type, you can help others and also make yourself stronger.
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