Empathic Sensitivity

7 min. audio meditations with energetic protocols and sound healing to help balance clear empathic sensitivity, judgment, stress, and increase personal responsibility.

Release the Pain of Others as a Way of Growing Stronger

This Cup explores the concept surrounding empathic sensitivity, strength, and pain. It may apply to you or to those around you who seem to hold onto pain, trauma, or drama. As you listen to this Cup check to see if this is a pattern your body holds. When you want to get stronger you may be holding other people's pain as a way of attaining more strength. Use this Cup to release that mechanism for getting stronger and attain strength in a more efficient, elegant way. This is a great protocol to do with your body if your body has pain. (This Cup has an energetic kick to it.)

  • Hold your awareness in your divine line.
  • Reference how you may want to get stronger inside yourself.
  • Explore the possibility that you might be taking other people's pain as a way of getting stronger.
  • Release this uncomfortable mechanism.
  • Spin your fields in a counter clockwise direction to clear this mechanism of holding other people's pain as a way of getting stronger.
  • Craft new energetic grids to attain greater strength by connecting with the strength that flows in your divine line. (And yes you are strong, even if you might not feel that way right now.)
  • Recognize your inner strength, which amplifies your strength.
  • Use the mechanism of recognizing your strength as your primary way of attaining more strength.
  • Toning and a light language chant to remind you of the strength that flows in your divine line.
May you acknowledge and embrace the strength that flows within you.


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Very helpful. Thank you!
March 1st 2019
Wonderful. Thank you for the feedback. Aleya
March 1st 2019
Excellent didn’t think this applicable to me but it is thanks 🙏
March 1st 2019
Very clear,got it, thank you.
March 1st 2019