Empathic Mastery by Jennifer Elizabeth Moore book review
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Book Review: Empathic Mastery

EMPATHIC MASTERY by Jennifer Elizabeth Moore gives readers peace of mind and the skills they need to take on the world. Check out more of what Alexandria Ducksworth has to say in this indie book review.

Empathic Mastery

by Jennifer Elizabeth Moore

Genre: Nonfiction / Self-Help

ISBN: 978-1950984022

Print Length: 380 pages

Reviewed by Alexandria Ducksworth

This book gives readers peace of mind and the skills they need to take on the world.

In a world full of drama and conflicting energies, Jennifer Moore’s Empathic Mastery is a  manual you can believe in. It’s rare to find such a detailed book dedicated to empaths. In the New Age spectrum, there are dozens of books for witches, mediums, and even conjurers. Finding a great book about empaths seems to only happen every blue moon. 

Moore had quite an adventurous life as an empath. She worked multiple jobs in completely different fields before settling down to teach empaths how to maintain their abilities. 

Empaths have an extraordinary sixth sense. They can quickly pick up people’s energies compared to the average human being. Empaths can feel somebody’s rage in a hot second. If there’s a place they’re not meant to go, they don’t go. Empaths are so sensitive that Moore feels the need to tell them to stay away from the constantly sensationalized news cycle.

With so much that has happened in the world (especially since 2020), empaths need Empathic Mastery. Regular people have endured a number of issues during the pandemic. Imagine what empaths have gone through! Fighting off negative issues daily is a hassle. 

Moore provides an incredible amount of content to help empaths with their problems. She has a five-step method to deal with chaotic energies and emotions: Recognize, Release, Protect, Connect, and Act. Each chapter contains meditations, anecdotes, maps, and valuable tips. 

Moore has such a friendly, conversational writing style that readers will feel like they’re hanging out with a good friend on a cozy afternoon. Plus, Moore makes some unfamiliar terms incredibly comprehensible, nothing too archaic or cryptic. I barely knew what “Tapping” was until Moore laid it out in perfect detail. 

I always appreciate it when nonfiction authors display clearly how much they really know about their subject. Nobody wants to read from a guru without knowledge or experience. Moore has gone through so many empathic experiences in her life, and she demonstrates on every page what it means to live with empathic abilities.

Empathic Mastery is a practical book for empaths and those who think they might be empaths. It’s not easy to pick up and deal with unwanted energies, especially when normal people (Moore would call them “Muggles”) don’t understand the gift. Hopefully, Moore will compose more books like this in the future, because we sure need them.

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