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Inquisitive newcomer

Post by ZenWarrior » 17 Feb 2019, 02:40

Hello,
I might be an earth empath. I just start reading about it. Other terms used are geosentient and earth sensitive. I'm looking for answers. Can anyone point me to some good reading material on this topic?

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Re: Inquisitive newcomer

Post by Michael Sternbach » 17 Feb 2019, 03:40

Hello ZenWarrior,

And welcome to the forum. Cool username you have chosen!

I would love to try and answer your question, but could you first describe in what way you feel you are sensitive to the Earth?

Cheers!

Michael

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Post by ZenWarrior » 17 Feb 2019, 04:01

Litter and pollution really bother me. I get more bothered by trash on the ground, than by people being mean to each other. I was unhappy in my professional life until I chose a career that's dedicated to helping the planet. Lastly, I've just felt 3 earthquakes in the past 72 hours, and it's made me feel lost. Not lost in the prepper paranoia way, but emotionally. That didn't make sense until I read about Earth sensitive people from Jim Berkland's earthquake prediction in 1989. He's the only seismologist on record to predict an earthquake. Most of his prediction data is based on animal reactions and moon syzygy, but he also got data from Earth sensitive people. Honestly, I feel stupid posting on a forum like this. It's not my thing, but I can't find answers grounded in mainstream science.

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Post by Charlie Brown » 17 Feb 2019, 19:29

I wouldn't feel stupid at all. I don't have much to offer you in the way of help but Jo Ann is supposed to be an empath of sort sort, I think.
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Re: Inquisitive newcomer

Post by Michael Sternbach » 20 Feb 2019, 13:55

ZenWarrior wrote:
17 Feb 2019, 04:01
Litter and pollution really bother me. I get more bothered by trash on the ground, than by people being mean to each other.
If this feeling gets out of hand, I'd recommend you take the Bach Flower remedy Crab Apple (depending on where you are available in drugstores and/or health food stores, and also online).

[/quote]I was unhappy in my professional life until I chose a career that's dedicated to helping the planet. Lastly, I've just felt 3 earthquakes in the past 72 hours, and it's made me feel lost. Not lost in the prepper paranoia way, but emotionally. That didn't make sense until I read about Earth sensitive people from Jim Berkland's earthquake prediction in 1989. He's the only seismologist on record to predict an earthquake. Most of his prediction data is based on animal reactions and moon syzygy, but he also got data from Earth sensitive people. Honestly, I feel stupid posting on a forum like this. It's not my thing, but I can't find answers grounded in mainstream science.
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Mainstream science sometimes excels in its own fields, however "there are more things between the sky and earth than school wisdom will let you imagine". I don't have any specific recommendation right now as far as literature is concerned, however, let's see if somebody else chimes in.

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