A Fast Track to Personal Empowerment

Many souls enter this word not knowing how to protect themselves from the physical, emotional, and spiritual intrusions of others. Lacking strong boundaries, they struggle to tell where they end, and others begin.

When boundaries are weak, fuzzy, or non-existent, it can be hard to tell when emotions belong to your or others. You may wonder why it’s so hard to stand up for your right to be treated respectfully or kindly. You may struggle to stop family, friends, or coworkers from continually violating your boundaries.

When it has been treated badly in a past life, your soul will have difficulty standing up for itself now in this life. It may cause you to placate, submit, or acquiesce. Or it may cause others to take advantage of your generosity, easygoing nature, or willingness to help.

When you have a problem setting boundaries, your soul will close your heart chakra for protection. It’s actually the worst way to deal with boundary violations because they’ll still happen, and all you’ve done is emotionally anesthetize yourself so you don’t feel the effects.

Having an open heart chakra and strong boundaries is the ideal condition to be in. When you can set clear boundaries, your soul will begin to heal the past. And the more you get clear about what you will and will not tolerate, the stronger you’ll become.


In this month’s exploration, we’ll examine the reasons why empaths attract narcissists, why narcissists attract empaths, and why past lives play a significant role in the narcissist/empath dynamic. And we’ll look at ways to break the patterns that keep you in a place of victimization.

Being an empath doesn’t mean you can’t be compassionate and caring while also being strong and maintaining healthy boundaries. Once you learn to recognize the part you play in your own victimization, you’ll begin to repel narcissists and no longer allow them to interfere with your happiness and wellbeing.

The world would be a far better place for everyone if empaths were appreciated and respected for your altruism and kindness.

Unfortunately, it’s not easy being an empath in a world in which traits like compassion and sensitivity are not recognized as a sign of enlightenment, or where your innate gentleness is regarded as weakness.

In this month’s exploration, The Bumpy Road to Compassion, we’ll explore what it means to be an empath, how to express your compassion for others, and how to protect yourself when others use your empathy against you.

While most of us accept the existence of spirit guides, we don’t always know what to do with them. Do we all have them? Are there different kinds of spirit guides? How many do we have?

Spirit guides are an essential part of our experience here on planet Earth. They work tirelessly to guide, encourage, and inspire us to maximize our potential.

With the support of your spirit guides, you have the opportunity to live life in a way that’s more purposeful by using their knowledge and wisdom to continually shape your destiny.

Think of them as your support team on the other side.

In this lifetime, we’re all here to live life to the fullest, and to find ways to express our soul’s need for freedom. Yet, how many of us can truly say we’re doing that?

After lifetimes of imprisonment, enslavement, and lack of opportunity, you soul is keenly aware of how fortunate you are if, in this incarnation, you have freedom of movement, expression, and thought.

At a time when many of us are having our freedoms limited, we can still make the most of the experience by finding ways to express our soul’s need for personal freedom and autonomy.