In part one of this series I dealt with the signs that indicate you may be an empath. In part 2 the focus will be on how to maintain when you are in crowds where there is a lot of negativity. Depending on the culture you have been exposed to you may have head the following: In today's culture terms such as positive and negative vibes or energy are popular. In some church denominations they teach that people can drain your spirit or attempt to decrease the "anointing" or power of the Creator that is flowing through you. Healthprep suggests that empaths learn how to handle their extreme sensitivity because we often feel worse than the individual we are feeling empathetic about. This causes those who have this unique ability to feel as if they are carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders.
As a child and even to this day I have always been over sensitive. I cry over situations that don't seem to bother others and I can often look at someone and tell what they are going through. Once a woman stood up in church and as she began to walk across the sanctuary, she stopped abruptly, put her hand on her side, squinted her eyes and winced as if in pain. I told my husband that cancer had returned and was in her bones. A few months later the pastor had this woman stand up and said, and I quote: "The church didn't know this but the cancer came back and was in her bones." The church may not have known, but my husband and I did.
Once upon a time the worldwide holiday that is celebrated on December 25th was outlawed on two continents. From 1659-1681 the winter observance was banned in Boston MA. Christians believed that it was an insult to the Creator to partake in a celebration that was dipped to honor Him but had pagan roots. The Puritans outlawed all activities that were associated with Christmas including singing carols, holiday plays, games, even cheerful celebrations and especially drinking... Across the pond, so to speak there was also contention regarding December 25th.
There are many health benefits to walking barefoot outdoors. When our naked feet touch the ground we receive negative ions from the earth that combat the hazards of constant exposure to electronic devises. This is referred to as Grounding or Earthing and clears our meridian channels. Walking on wet grass or earth enhances these benefits. Desert Moon Rising's website says that walking in wet grass stimulates intestinal functions, strengthens the immune system and also works like a counter-irritant by relieving chest and throat issues as well as headaches.
This is my personal testimony and it is not intended to diagnose or treat any illness. I share this as a point of reference and do not say that what I did will work for others. Always check with your personal health care provider regarding your health because infections can be deadly. Please keep in mind this story is for informational purposes only. Bladder/Urinary tract infections affect women more than men and can increase as we age. Typical symptoms include frequent urination, cloudy urine, pain and tenderness in the pelvic area, irritation, pain or burning when urinating. Fever and feeling lethargic or as if you will pass out may happen if the infection has spread to the kidneys.
The rumors continue to fly in the world of daytime drama regarding The Young and the Restless character Billy Abbott. Soap Dirt suggest several compelling reasons to expect Jason Thompson to exit the role soon. The spoiler points out what viewers have been discussing for months, which is that the writers have been purposely dismantling the character bit by bit. First Billy has blackouts and tries to kill Adam. He goes to a few counseling sessions and seems to suddenly be cured. Fans did not like the gum chewing alter ego who left as abruptly as he showed up.