Do you think that a narcissist’s worst nightmare is an educated empath?

Picture waking up terrified – heart racing, panting, drenched in sweat. You were having a nightmare, but you don’t remember anything about it.

You know your subconscious is trying to tell you something, but you have no idea what.

This is a narcissist’s experience with an educated or awakened empath.

Look, most narcissists don’t consciously look for empaths. They may not even be familiar with the term.

That said, narcissists are drawn to empaths like a moth to a flame.

An empath who has not learned to understand and use their superpowers, their heightened sensitivity, their intuition, their empathy, is a phenomenal narcissist target.

Many empaths developed these attributes from childhood trauma. Likewise, many were taught…

  • To control and suppress emotions like anger and sadness
  • Setting and enforcing boundaries is not safe (and the boundaries will not be respected)
  • To deny their emotional needs
  • Love and safety are achieved through people-pleasing
  • Acceptance, approval, and validation are fleeting, yet required

They learned to keep out of trouble by sensing other’s emotions.

  • They learned to walk on eggshells to steer clear of another’s rage.
  • They learned how to soothe another’s fears and insecurities, learning that fear leads to anger.

They grew up with cognitive dissonance.

  • A mother asking for a hug, while her body screamed, “Don’t touch me!”
  • A father professing pride, while his body recoiled with sheer disgust.
  • A loved one agreeing to help with a friendly tone, while their body fumed with rage.

The empath grew up with a Dr Jeyll/Mr Hyde experience. They learned to see the good (Dr Jekyll) in everyone, because to acknowledge Mr Hyde as real would have been downright terrifying.

The empath grew up destabilized in a sea of gaslighting.

  • You’re so annoying.
  • Why can’t you be more like your brother?
  • How could you get this question wrong (and only get a 97%)? That’s a stupid error.
  • You’re just not pretty like your sister.
  • You’re not strong enough.
  • You’ll never make it. Who do you think you are?
  • You better give up that dream for a good-paying job.
  • You’re too sensitive.
  • You need to toughen up.
  • No one will ever love you.

The empath learned to accept blame and self-blame out of an extreme amount of internal shame. They learned to be hyper-responsible.

And, as a child who relied on these adults for food, shelter, survival, there was no recourse.

Many empaths pushed back, infuriated at the dissonance, the lies they were fed as truth. They were labeled as being difficult, crazy, or having anger issues.

Is it any wonder these empaths became emotionally dependent on others for self-worth, validation, attention, acceptance, even love?

They have been groomed to be a narcissist’s perfect partner – someone who sets aside their feelings and needs to put the needs of another first, who sees great potential in the darkest of people, who devalues themselves, who has something to prove to overcome profound shame and fear of not being good enough.

The empath will fall into a series of toxic relationships, shocked every time they slammed back into reality, like taking a 2×4 to the head.

Eventually, the empath will become educated about narcissists and other toxic people. They will learn to recognize projection, deflection, blameshifting, future faking, gaslighting, and more. They will recognize the rage lurking beneath the words.

They will become awakened to the truth of who they are and dive into the depths of their empathy, intuition, and heightened sensitivity. They will release the subconscious emotional dependence scripts. They will find and stand in their power.

Heaven help the narcissist who targets one of these awakened empaths.

  • They see through the narcissist’s façade.
  • They feel the narcisssist’s internal shame, fear, and rage.
  • They see the best in the narcissist, they see their humanity, but they are too wise to be drawn into the trap.
  • They call out the narcissist’s behaviors without fear of recourse.
  • They are indifferent when provoked.
  • They are clear, unable to be destabilized.
  • They recognize the narcissist’s tactics for what they are while the narcissist is none the wiser.
  • They are attuned to the narcissist’s fears and insecurities.
  • They feel the lie beneath the words.
  • They have the ability to choose whether or not they provide narcissistic supply.

The awakened empath wields a lot of power they will never use, but that power alone is the narcissist’s worst nightmare.

5 Ways Super Empaths Confuse Narcissists

Today we are going to break down 5 Ways Super Empaths Confuse Narcissists. We all know that Empaths are highly sensitive individuals who attract narcissists. A higher type of Empath called Super Empaths are those individuals perceived as the Narcissist’s worst nightmare. Let me ask you, Why are Super Empaths called to be the “Narcissists’ worst nightmare?” One of the clear answers is that “Super Empaths could leave the Narcissist confused and unable to react.”

How are Super Empaths doing it? What are the Super Empath’s methods to confuse a narcissist? Today we will show you 5 Ways Super Empaths Confuse Narcissists. And we are starting right now.

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10 Signs You’re An INFJ Heyoka – The Rarest, Most Powerful Empath


10 Signs You’re An INFJ Heyoka – The Rarest, Most Powerful Empath | The rarest personality type, and the most powerful empath wrapped up into a gifted soul. INFJ Heyoka empaths are some of the most powerful empaths on this earth.. in fact, the unique INFJ gifts mixed with the powerful traits of a Heyoka Empath make for an extremely healing person, that will automatically be called to help others.

The INFJ personality type who holds Heyoka empath abilities are able to use their INFJ empathetic powers and happy-go-lucky approach to heal even the most stubborn people. Most INFJs are empathetic and sensitive by nature, so for an INFJ empath isn’t all that rare. However, when INFJs show Heyoka characteristics they hold a unique set of INFJ strengths that they’re able to use in a variety of settings!

Damaged Empath

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Rage is an expression of despair, fear, disgust, shame, and overwhelming anger.

It is a visceral and emotional experience triggered by a perceived or real boundary violation, threat of abandonment, or threat of harm to you, someone, or something you care about.

5 Key Phrases to Disarm a Narcissist-Reclaim Your Control/Lisa A. Romano

Do you need some key phrases to disarm a narcissist? Do you freeze up when you are talking to a narcissist? Do you want to learn how to disarm a narcissist? Do you wish to regain your personal control?

Do you work with a narcissist that pushes your buttons? Do you have family a member that is always trying to gaslight you or step over your boundaries?

Narcissists like to take power over others. They are bullies and use dominant behavior against those they are wishing to control.

This video will help you maintain your power by learning some key phrases that allow you to hold onto yourself when there are those you know who are trying to manipulate and control you.

1) I am sorry you feel that way.
2) I can accept your faulty perception of me.
3)I have no right to control how you see me.
4) I guess I have to accept how you feel.
5) Your anger is NOT my responsibility.

These key phrases can help you disarm an intellectual narcissist and or anyone who keeps trying to bully you into believing that you should cater to the emotional needs of a narcissistic person.

Children of narcissistic parents, who are now suffering from codependency symptoms, may be struggling to learn how to love themselves after narcissistic abuse. Narcissists tend to attract people pleasers, or codependent personalities. Because codependents are eager to please, because they seek outside validation, they are easy targets for narcissistic lovers, and friends.

It is not easy to learn how to love yourself after narcissistic abuse, but with the right codependency recovery tools, it is possible. It is even possible to find love after codependency.