Are sensitive, empathic, intelligent people, predisposed to social anxiety, and taking on the energy of others more prone to anxiety, drug and alcohol addictions, and mental health disorders, or do they bear a highly rare, psychic gift? The answer might be both.
From recent scientific research, it turns out that the empathic, sensitive mind is more prone to mental health disorders because they are more in tune with what is going on around them. These people aren’t “crazy,” as many articles would like us to believe, but anxiously searching for an answer to subtle psychic cues they take in from their environment – sometimes around the clock, seven days a week.
Considering the many modes of mind control currently being used on the population to alter their emotional states – from Artificial Intelligence, to alien implants, and even military industrial experiments that have proven to interact with our nervous system and brain – is it any wonder that the highly empathic among us might be overwhelmed with emotional information coming in from those around them?
Scientists are even said to have discovered an on/off switch for our consciousness deep in the brain – which more than likely means we’re being controlled as never before. DARPA Is already challenging scientists to hook the human mind up to a super computer, presumably to be able to control us even more.
This constant mental processing of subtle emotional cues from others means that people with social anxiety are doing a lot more in their brains. They are more able to notice and interpret social cues from others, demonstrating a unique social-cognitive ability that only the truly empathic understand.
To further demonstrate this point, anxiety is the most commonly diagnosed “mental health problem” in the U.S. It affects more than 40 million adults, which means roughly 20% of the population lives with anxiety. Though anxiety can be absolutely crippling, and lead to much more severe depression as well as panic attacks, Western doctors are just starting to understand that some forms of anxiety may have been developed for a very good reason.
One research study out of Lakehead University discovered that people with anxiety scored higher on verbal intelligence tests. Another study conducted by the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Israel found that people with anxiety were far better than other participants at maintaining laser-focus while overcoming a primary threat as they are being bombarded by numerous other smaller threats, thereby significantly increasing their chances of survival.
Researchers even called this combination of traits “sentinel intelligence” meaning that people with highly developed senses are able to perceive threats that are invisible to others.
Yet another study found that people with common, garden variety anxiety have higher IQs than people who don’t. Scientists who published their findings in the journal, Frontiers in Evolutionary Neuroscience, said that worry may actually have a positive component.
This doesn’t discount the fact that anxiety can be horrible to live with, and can actually lower our vibratory rate if left to run rampant, but it does indicate that a part of us – in many of us worrying empaths – is right about our gut feelings considering social situations and the manufactured emotions which are circulating through society right now.
Once we are aware that these feelings we are tuning into are real, we can more appropriately decipher and handle them.
Empaths are world-class nurturers, because they are psychically picking up on others’ deepest worries, fears, hurts and pain. Science is just now starting to understand this. Instead of shouldering civilization’s discontent, we can simply acknowledge it, understand more about what might be causing it, and choose to stay sovereign in our own emotional space.
All of us are growing toward this more “in-tune” ability, but psychic people (including empaths) generally notice that they’re different from other people in ways that they can’t quite define. These people are usually labeled Anomalously Sensitive People, but really they are just people where the right side of the brain is allowed to ‘speak’ as much or more than the left – and in the Westernized, work-a-day world we constantly push left-brained thinking. Furthermore, psychic people have more whole-brained wiring, meaning they use their entire brains more completely than those who haven’t yet realized their own psychic gifts.
And it isn’t just emotions the ‘anxious’ may be responding too. People with psychic sensibilities may have physiological sensitivities which include an over active immune system, psychogenic sensitivities, substance sensitivities and electro-magnetic radiation sensitivities.
Being an empathic, anxious person doesn’t mean you are crazy, but it does mean you are more prone to developing mental health challenges unless you learn to understand, accept, and support your psychic abilities. Feeling someone else’s emotions as though they were your own can be a gift, but only once you learn to siphon off the crud that the cabal-driven mental matrix has set up to enslave you.
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