Aug 25, 2022
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE AN EMPATH with DR. JUDITH ORLOFF
“If you are empathic, you must develop skills to not take on the suffering of the world.” – psychiatrist Dr. Judith Orloff
Are the woes of the world weighing especially heavily on you lately? Are you feeling burned out? Is it all just too much?
If so… you may be an empath.
Psychiatrist Judith Orloff, MD asserts that we are the keepers of an innate intuitive and empathic intelligence so perceptive that it can help us heal — and prevent illness. These qualities are too often disenfranchised from conventional health care. Dr. Orloff is a New York Times bestselling author and is on the UCLA psychiatric clinical faculty. Her mission is proving the links between physical, emotional, and spiritual health.
She has written 8 books. Her newest, “Affirmations for Empaths” is a weekly journal helping sensitive, caring, empathic people reflect and flourish.
Listen in to hear how Dr. Orloff bridges psychiatry and spirituality.
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