The Empath, or highly sensitive, artistic, intuitive person, wants bonded, happy relationships and a career involving her creativity. Yet many times the Empath becomes caught in an unhealthy family system or group and is unable to have enough energy for herself to achieve her dreams. This book describes the Empath as the Enneagram Type Four in relationship to the Fan, the Enneagram Type Six, and the Hero, the Enneagram Type Three. The Fan-Hero Family System is a common, stable dynamic. However, Empaths can lose themselves within such a system when the Fans and Heroes concentrate on the image of Family rather than the reality of relationships within the Family. Empaths attempting to break free of such families can become confused and disillusioned. Included are examples of interactions between Types and their typical Shadows in such families. The author, Elaine La Joie, has spent ten years as a shaman and certified life coach specifically working with Empaths to help them create happier, more fulfilled lives and relationships. The Empath and the Fan-Hero Family System is the fifth in the series, Empath as Archetype. Other volumes in this series: The Empath and the Archetypal Drama Triangle, The Empath and Shamanic Energy Work, Motivations of the Empath, and The Empath and Shadow Work. Each volume builds on previous volumes. Visit Elaine's website at www.elainelajoie.com for more resources for Empaths.Biografía del autor:
Elaine La Joie is a shaman and certified life coach. She has been in private practice since 2002 helping Empaths heal old traumas and patterns so that they can create the lives and relationships that they really want. Before Elaine opened her practice she worked at the University of Texas Austin in the psychology department and at the Oregon Medical Laser center as a researcher. Elaine holds degrees in physics and applied physics. She realized a few years into this career path that she was jealous of the others researchers who loved their careers. This, plus a psychic opening led her in a completely new and unexpected direction. Not wanting to advertise as a psychic, Elaine went into Life Coaching instead. She trained with Coach For Life, became certified, and then was horrified when all her clients started asking for readings and training. After a few more years of resistance Elaine trained with the Four Winds Society and later with Marv Harwood of Alberta Canada. Elaine maintains a limited private practice so she can concentrate on writing. She lives in Oregon with her family. Visit Elaine’s website at www.elainelajoie.com for more client stories and resources for Empaths.
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