Kate Strong | Intuitive Healing
Empath Emotions

Do You Purify Other People’s Emotions?

On Monday mornings I often wake up anxious. Tuesday mornings not so much. This morning I woke up doubly anxious as my son had a job interview at 9am. I have always felt my children’s emotions around heightened states.


Half the time I wonder why I’m so anxious. I have my usual workday ahead of me. No surprises.


I was reading a book recently about Soul Astrology called Understanding Karmic Complexes and it appears the node that is about my soul karma says that I’m a purifier. I purify others energies around me.


Which is sort of what I do in my job as an intuitive/healer.


Living across the road from a primary school I wonder if I feel the kiddies anxiety at school going to school as well.


Having a soul purpose that involves serving, I really am going the extra mile to the detriment of myself. I’m taking on way too much responsibility. Unconsciously.


It’s just so easy for me to do it. It’s second nature. Perhaps it’s a life lesson for me in this lifetime, to learn not to absorb others emotions as if I’m an emotional garbage disposal unit.


So now faced with writing a course about Ancestors I wonder if I am taking on my ancestors unhealed emotions too.


No wonder my nervous system is screaming at me. It’s having to process a lot more energy than my own.


I know a few tricks; asking whose energy it is, is it mine? That one seems to work the best and I always feel a shift in my energy when I ask that. But do I have to be asking myself that question every half hour?


I have in no way mastered this issue, I suspect for a lot of empaths it’s our number one issue, absorbing too much energy that isn’t our own.


Do you purify other’s emotions?

Kate offers Healings and Intuitive Guidance. She offers sessions in the Emotion Code, Body Code, Cord Cutting Past Life Healings, Soul Healings and more. She offers these by email.


  • vanda lavar

    Thank you for bringing this up. I wish that I had understand that I was an empath too at an earlier age. I wish that this concept was more widely accepted, I think we could all manage more easily if it were. Thank you Kate for you timely article.

    • Kate

      Yes, me too Vandy, it certainly would have been easier to navigate the world and not “feel” everything around me.

  • Dawn Mena

    I admire your honesty exploring this issue – you really got me thinking about similarities in my own life. thank you!

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