Becoming an Empowered Empath


Wendy de Rosa

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How to Clear Energy, Set Boundaries & Embody Your Intuitive Powers

• A guide to help empathic people, who are highly attuned to the
feelings of others, transform their sensitivity into empowered
intuition to enjoy personal success and fulfillment
• The author is one of the top 10 bestselling faculty with the Shift
Network (nearly 100,000 have registered for her events and
courses) and a sought-after summit speaker
• De Rosa has presented her courses around the world at venues
including Kripalu, 1440 Multiversity, and Costa Rica retreat
centers such as Blue Spirit
• The author’s School of Intuitive Studies has tripled in enrollment
since 2017
Empaths deeply feel the emotions, needs, and pains of those
around them, from individuals and communities to the world itself.
But this gift can feel overwhelming when they take on the energy
and experiences of others as their own. This oversensitivity can lead
to mental fog, chronic illness, emotional issues, and spiritual blocks.
Wendy De Rosa, a preeminent and pioneering expert on this subject,
guides readers through a step-by-step process of learning to
stop taking on other people’s energy, creating and maintaining their
own energetic boundaries, and resetting their emotional center. Her
techniques include the embodied use of intuition as well as grounding,
understanding, and working through trauma and wounds. This
healing journey from overwhelming sensitivity to loving and empowered
empathy allows empaths to thrive as deeply grounded
and divinely connected intuitives. They learn to embrace their gifts,
embody light, and become what they are called to be: vital agents
for positive change in their lives and in the world around them.

Wendy de Rosa

WENDY DE ROSA has spent 24 years helping thousands of empaths heal and shift so that they can joyfully experience their gifts. An international teacher and the founder of the School of Intuitive Studies, she lives in Longmont, Colorado.
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