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Judy Dyer

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Judy Dyer is a Canadian girl with an open spirit and passion to help empaths. Judy writes books for those who have a natural ability to tune in to the feelings of others. She has made it her mission to share her lifelong experiences and comprehensive research on the many benefits and blessings associated with being an empath.

After graduating from Harvard University in the Department of Psychology, she quickly discovered her passion for writing and a goal of sharing her most valued life lessons in hopes of helping others.

Judy is a wife and mother of two young daughters. While she’s lived in Vancouver, BC for the past 18 years, she always remembers the importance of travelling to broaden an education. She is a frequent visitor of England,
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Published on August 15, 2018 20:34
Average rating: 4.09 · 588 ratings · 68 reviews · 6 distinct worksSimilar authors
Empath: A Complete Guide fo...

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“Emotional awareness: The ability to hone in on how you feel, understand why you are feeling a particular way, and give each feeling a label. Emotionally intelligent people are not afraid of any emotion. They know that feelings are a natural, normal part of the human experience. Handling emotions: The ability to process your feelings and those of others in a constructive manner. For instance, someone with a high EQ is able to calm themselves down in a high-pressure situation. They are also able to soothe others when they are hurt and cheer them up when necessary. Harnessing emotions: The ability to channel your emotions in a useful way, for example in solving problems or expressing yourself creatively. For example, an artist who draws on their personal experiences in creating sculptures is demonstrating their emotional intelligence. Another way of looking at EQ is to think of it as a collection of skills: self-awareness, social awareness, relationship management, and self-management. The stronger your skills in these areas, the higher your EQ.”
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“Animals live in the present; they do not waste time worrying about the past or fearing the future. We have much to learn from them.”
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“H’oponopono is based on the belief that we create our own environment; there are no external forces responsible for what is taking place within our surroundings. If your boss is evil, you are responsible. If your children are not doing well in school, you are responsible. World wars and poverty are your responsibility. The bottom line is that the world belongs to you and it is your responsibility to take care of it. Taking responsibility doesn’t mean that the problems are your fault, it simply means that you need to heal yourself in order to heal the situation that you find distressing. Some may agree with this theology, and to others it may appear completely nonsensical; but if you really choose to analyze it, you will find that your perception of the world is your reality. If you think the world is depressive and pointless because you choose to focus on all of the negative that is surrounding you, that’s how you perceive the world. You could change it if you would focus on changing yourself. Two people can live in the same environment but perceive it completely differently simply because of their perception.”
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