Affirmations for Empaths

A Year of Guided Journaling

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Pub Date 09 Aug 2022 | Archive Date 09 Aug 2022

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Make the most of your gifts as a sensitive, caring person with this weekly affirmation journal from the foremost expert on empaths.

An affirmation can be your most potent ally for immediate self-care when you’re feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or stuck in negative thinking. “Affirmations are like friends you can call on when you need protection, grounding, a loving attitude adjustment, or a reminder of your strengths,” says Dr. Judith Orloff. “For empaths and all caring people, they are a crucial element of self-care.” With Affirmations for Empaths, this trusted empathy expert and “godmother of the empath movement” presents a new resource filled with her favorite affirmations to support sensitive people.

Affirmations are powerful tools that can radically enhance the quality of your life—especially when used daily. Dr. Orloff offers key strategies for getting the most out of affirmations, with guidance for strengthening your intentions, reinforcing the energy of affirmations, and creatively personalizing your practice. You’ll have 52 affirmations to explore, with space for weekly journaling, organized into eight topics:

• Treasuring Yourself
• Nurturing Vitality
• Creating Wellness
• Balancing Emotions
• Building Healthy Relationships
• Discovering Purpose & Work
• Honoring Intuition
• Finding Sanctuary

“Words and beliefs contain energy,” says Dr. Orloff. “Affirmations are energy shifters. They let you say no to any thoughts, habits, or beliefs that don’t serve you.” This journal offers simple, quick, and effective tools for supporting your empathic gifts of intuition, compassion, and joyous connection.

Make the most of your gifts as a sensitive, caring person with this weekly affirmation journal from the foremost expert on empaths.

An affirmation can be your most potent ally for immediate self-care...


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ISBN 9781683649731
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PAGES 248

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This guided journaling devotional is a great tool for sensitive souls and helping to work with these gifts for themselves and how they relate to others. I think it would be very helpful empaths and look forward to working through the book over the coming year.
Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the advance copy.

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A wonderful little feel-good book, I would love to have a small copy in my bag at all times, just for that little pick-me-up that this book gave me.

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Book: “Affirmations for Empaths: A Year of Guided Journaling,” Judith Orloff, Sounds True, 2022

Book Review by Mary Mikawoz

I actually read this book in a very short period of time but that is because it is a journal that you need to work at. The author, Dr. Judith Orloff, is a medical doctor who is a board-certified psychiatrist. Her passion in life is to help empaths deal with issues, problems and concerns as they go through life being highly-sensitive and aware.

The affirmations are ways of being energy shifters from negative to positive or to reinforce positive ones you have started or already have in your foundational being.

I like what she writes about and it is evident that she has direct experience and understanding with and of dealing with empaths. The book was quick to read because I did not do any of the writing parts. It is meant to be done over a 52 week period during the entire year.

The questions are insightful and self-provocative in a good way. I reviewed only the digital book but apparently the actual book is 248 pages so it should have enough room to write answers to the questions but I can not guarantee this as I do not have a physical copy of the book. For this reason, I would recommend buying the actual physical book and writing in it on a regular basis to help reinforce good belief systems of self-caring and self-acceptance.

There are eight sections which you progress through from treasuring yourself to honouring intuitions. With each affirmation written out that you are to reinforce, there are a series of questions that you ask yourself about it and journal on that topic.

One of the most important points Dr. Judith Orloff makes in the book that stood out for me was, “I do what's possible to make a goal happen, then surrender the results to Spirit to work its magic in my life.”

I found the journal to be a very good self-awareness and transformational process that you can do at your own pace. I give the book a 4.5 out of 5.0.

Dr. Judith Orloff also has her website under her name with much more information. She is also the author of several books written in the same vein.

For more book reviews, check out my wordpress website under Mary Mikawoz. https://mikawoz.wordpress.com/category/book-review/

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