A brilliantly written article regarding Magnetic Empaths written by HG Tudor from his blog: Knowing the Narcissist.
Tudor, an author and blogger who is labels himself as a Narcissistic Sociopath in therapy, warns Empaths of precautions to take against Narcissist’s who target empath’s with ill intentions.
In my read of this blog post, Tudor focuses on hope being an essential element that defines the Magnet Empath.
As Tudor views this hope as blind when it pertains to Narcissists, it reminds me of a story from Greek mythology where Pandora (whose name means “all-giving”) was created by Hephaestus as the first women created per Zeus’s order. The gods endowed Pandora with many gifts: Athena clothed her, Aphrodite gave her beauty, Apollo gave her musical ability and Hermes gave her speech.
When Prometheus stole fire from heaven, Zeus’s form of vengeance was presenting Pandora to Prometheus’s brother Epimetheus as punishment. In a chain of events arising out of curiosity, Pandora opened the box containing death and many other evils which were released into world. Frightened when she opened the box, she immediately shut the lid, but the whole contents had escaped except for one thing that lay at the bottom: Hope.
The Magnet Empath. This an empathic individual who has certain magnetic tendencies which are layered onto their classification as an empath, super empath or co-dependent. the Magnet Empath is a person that people are instinctively and naturally drawn to. This person has an inner light which is easily recognised by certain people; those who are in need. The Magnet Empath might be sat on a tube train when the person next to them will find an irresistible urge to want to tell them that they are travelling to an important interview and they are feeling nervous. The Magnet Empath might be waiting in line to be served in a shop when the customer behind them begins to tell them about their concerns and worries, or where the Magnet Empath is sat watching the swans on a lake when a stranger will sit beside them and start to tell their life story. If you find that complete…
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