Today I started reading Sherrie Dillard’s Discover Your Psychic Type. The book (and Sherrie) have been on my radar for a long time and finally I have the opportunity to read it. I just finished the chapter that totally gave me one of those “clicks” I used to write about.
I had pretty much guessed my type was Emotional, but the quiz score verified it.
Back in February my parents came to visit for Bella’s birthday. It was a lovely weekend and when they left I felt sad. In fact I felt more than sad. I felt grief-stricken. I couldn’t do anything that day but lay around and stare off into space. At some point in the day I knew something wasn’t right. I love my parents and miss them dearly, but this feeling was too much to bear. It was then that the idea popped into my head that I was actually feeling my mother’s sadness. It made sense seeing as she only sees me and her two precious granddaughters about twice a year.
Last week I was with a friend having coffee. She was telling me about helping family members through difficult times. As she talked to me I just started tearing up right along with her. Even though she gave me no details, I could feel the pain around the situations.
Another day last week a friend told me they have a serious illness. The news should have upset me but it didn’t. Later I tried to figure out why I hadn’t cried (like I’m so inclined to do) or felt sad and I realized it’s because my friend is very optimistic and I could feel the optimism.
My relationship with Mark pretty much revolves around sensing his feelings. Only recently have I realized that though. If he is stressed out, I feel it. If he’s happy, I am too. I can sit in a cluttered house all day long and not notice it but the second he gets home I look around at the “hot spots” and get antsy. Today he accidentally ordered the wrong flavor of ice cream and I was so disappointed about it. Our relationship is the strongest and most loving one in my life, because of this when he goes out of town, I feel incomplete. The love he has for me literally fills me up and when it’s not close by I’m depleted.
Those were a few examples of my emotional intuition. It explains why I have a hard time being in crowds and why I get so excited every time I go to Disney World (even though I’ve been there about 20 times now). I loved what I learned in the emotional intuitive chapter. So much of it described me and the goals I have for my life. And I have to admit I was crying even as I read the first paragraph. That was a indicator it resonated. This is what it said:
Emotional intuitives travel the path of the heart. They are driven by the desire for transcendental love, connection, passion, and service to others. They are in tune with the soul’s quest for a purpose-driven life and for the perfect union, which may be the union of the soul with God, the soul mate, or the twin flame, who is another person or entity that is their soul equivalent.