When Pulled in All Directions, Center is Up

I love this one! Perfect for recent energies. 🙂

Sophia's Children

The Unthinkable, by Roberto Matta (11/11/1911 –  11/23/ 2002) The Unthinkable, by Roberto Matta (11/11/1911 – 11/23/ 2002)

A good many people feel off-center, stretched-too-thin, stressed out, and ‘pulled in all directions’ these days, for a variety of reasons.

I’ve written before of this sense of feeling, in Bilbo Baggins’ words, “Like too little butter spread over too much bread,” and feeling off-center and pulled in all directions is a version of this.

For people who are more empathic or sensitive to the energies around us, this can be an all-too-familiar experience.

This is elevated not just by a natural, ‘wired’ empathy and sensitivity— which has its point, purpose, and gifts — but also from conditioning to be ever dispersed ‘out there’ — always on the lookout, ever responsive to others’ needs, preferences, pace, dictums, and agendas.

And there’s the related ’empath-sensitive survival strategy’ designed to avoid or brace one’s self for the rather unpleasant and…

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by manyhahama1955 on January 6, 2015 at 6:15 pm

    Yes, very intense and powerful energies coming through. Last night upon trying to go to sleep, that feeling came over me again…the one I perceive to be something HUGE coming…and couldn’t get to sleep or get comfortable for hours…awoke with a stiff neck. My partner and I, both empathic, are both feeling stretched a bit too thin, for sure. Ahhhhhh! Much love, Sophia



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