Have you ever wondered how and why you can feel when people around you are in pain, and also feel the compulsion to help them get through it?
If the answer is yes, then there is a high chance that you are an empath. There are good and bad aspects to being one, and one of the good things about being an empath is definitely the fact that you end up helping a lot of people, giving them the peace and joy they want and crave in life.
The bad part is often quite damaging as well, sadly. This is the ‘self’ aspect of being an empath. You will feel drained after helping others, you will feel their pain, but most importantly you will see people faking their way out of things.
You will see them presenting an image of themselves in front of others, something that they definitely are not. This is something that deeply bothers you.
As a result, you never really became what we call ‘social’. Instead, you chose the side lines, remaining a wallflower throughout your life.
And people always term you an ‘acquired taste’. It takes people to warm up to you, and the other way around you.
Ever felt this way?
Let us explain why.
Everybody in this universe has a certain fingerprint-like frequency they vibrate to. For empaths, given their abilities, it is quite higher than the average run-of-the-mill John.
This makes it very difficult for said John (or Jenny for that matter) to like you. This is because the barrier of energy is too damned strong for them to see through you. And that bothers them quite a lot.
Also, and this is what we are talking about, when they fake their way through life, putting up an image of themselves in front of others, trying to hide their inner selves for good reasons or bad, they try to do the same to you.
What happens is, thanks to your high frequency they see their true images reflected unto them. This is because your own energy field is too strong for them to pervade.
This makes you a soul mirror for them: they see all the ugliness, pain, hurt and other issues they have been hiding from the world. And this flurries into their minds, making them disoriented and broken.
It takes a long time and a lot of toil for a person to create an image of themselves, and when that is broken and handed back to them on a platter, it is not a good thing.
Now the logical thing for them to do here is to seek help from you. You for one, knowing yourself, will never deny anyone help.
But it one thing to help someone who can’t be helped and something else to help someone who doesn’t want to be helped.
The second case is truly a lost cause. And it is not your fault.
Unless people really open up, you as an empath cannot help them, nor should you even try.
So, do not blame yourself, thinking you are unlovable.