The Everyday Empath - Mini Review - The Butterfly Reader

Thursday, February 28, 2019

The Everyday Empath - Mini Review


Deepen Your Understanding of Empathy, Develop Your Gifts, and Discover Emotional Balance

Enrich your knowledge of empathy and improve your empathic abilities with this captivating, easy-to-use guide. The Everyday Empath offers a well-rounded view of what it means to experience high levels of empathy in daily life. Featuring exercises, examples, and insights, it's an essential resource to have on your shelf.

Explore empathic self-care and how to spiritualize your empathy through daily meditation, prayer, shrines, vision boards, and more. Learn about the importance of creative expression and astrological shifts. Find out how to share your gifts with friends, family, and your community. From science to spirituality, this book shows you how to achieve personal balance and reveals new ideas that will help you thrive in your empathic life.



Book Breakdown 

I've been wondering if I'm an empath for a while so when I saw this on NetGalley, I had to snap it up, what better way to find out if I am? Well, this was the perfect book for me. Not only does it cover the basics, like what is empathy but it goes into ways to protect yourself with shields, how to turn negative feeling into positive ones, even some shadow work. I was very overwhelmed with all the information in this book - in the best way! 

I've never read anything else by this author but I plan to change that, because I love the writing style and how much they seem to know about this topic. I will say that some of the exercises in this book that aren't beginner friendly but something to work towards, which is fine by me, I have some things to do now and some for later. 

Overall, I just really love this book, I don't have a single bad thing to say about it.


2 comments:

  1. How encouraging. I have wondered the same and I have someone in my life who considers herself to be an empath. I have read up on it on the web but I am happy to know this is a good book, there are so many and I didn't know where to start.

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    1. This is a great book! If you ever decide to read up more on empathy I'd say grab this one for sure!

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