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Self-Care for the Self-Aware: A Guide for Highly Sensitive People,…

by Dave Markowitz

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"If you are overweight, or are inexplicably lethargic, unfocused, or feeling lost, there is a reason. If you are anxious, depressed, or have digestion/elimination difficulties, your energetic sensitivities likely have caused you to take on the pain, unhappiness, and other disease of the people around you." --Amazon.com… (more)

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Pros:
-Professional tone with subtle humor
-testimonials and examples from former patients
-profoundly spiritual healing
-urges unconditional love for self and others
-no expectations for healing quickly

Cons:
-only focuses on spiritual aspect of empathetic health
-little explanation of concepts that would be foreign to a beginner (ex. chakras)
-felt repetitive and a bit shallow ( )
  NoelleKravitz | Apr 3, 2017 |
As an empath and HSP I found some helpful concepts in this book. Specifically regarding establishing some time and space for recharging and processing. I have read a good bit on this topic already so I didn't hear anything new as much as I was reminded of things I needed to hear again. As a believer in the Bible and a follower of Christ I found some things I thought to be a bit sketchy from a theological view but this book never claimed to be a theological textbook. Overall I would recommend it to someone who is just starting to understand and study up on High Sensitivity or empath abilities, but I would also recommend you take it with a grain of salt and filter it through more grounded spiritual instruction. ( )
  RebeccaWattier | Mar 22, 2016 |
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