“Are twin flames really just empaths and narcissists?”

Now that’s an interesting question… My answer is: no and the proof is in the seduction. The narcissist seeks out empaths, kind-hearted individuals who are sensitive to other people’s emotional pain. The empaths have great difficulty separating their own feelings from the strong impressions created within them by other people’s feelings. The empaths must necessarily lack boundaries in order to use their gift of empathy, being able to feel other people’s feelings. If empaths could block out the outside world, then they wouldn’t feel compelled to help others with their strong emotional needs. Therefore, empaths are somewhat exposed and lacking in (more…)

Working Definition of “Empath”.

  From biologycorner.com I have been trying to hash out a definition of “Empath” that serves this blog and its’ readership of people who unfortunately got involved with a narcissist or two or twenty. It seems to me that the difference between an empath and any average person is: Skill. Effort. Willingness to submit to the gift. Here is an example of how being an empath works in everyday life, my life: I was in the store where I work and I saw a woman approaching. She had her young daughter in a shopping cart. I am going to guess that (more…)

Empaths & Narcissists: Who Are They?

What is an Empath? One who is skilled in empathy. To define empathy, I went to the Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary. This is significant because it indicates an effort on the part of the scientific community (which deals with empirical data and verifiable phenomenon) to begin to label and to measure something that is essentially emotions (i.e. fluff, a thought or possibly a chemical hormone in the human brain). Empathy consists of bli-mah (there’s nothing there to see, to touch or to weigh). Empathy has no physicality or physical form. Medical Definition of EMPATHY 1: the imaginative projection of a subjective state (more…)