I’ve read a few readings in the recent past about the Heyoka Empath, but the video, “Are You A Heyoka? The Most Powerful Type Of Empath“ really hit home.
It shared new information, that wasn’t available in the previous readings, that helped me to further reflect upon, and more deeply understand past, related experiences (stories shared within this blog) that brought together more puzzle pieces.
Note: Image on right above found next to link => oneworldhealing.net (thank you)
I trust that I was recently drawn to this topic because I’m meant to unconditionally accept/embrace/love this aspect of self/Self (Soul/Spirit within), though there were remnants of my ego self that was initially uncomfortable with the idea of making this public acknowledgment due to the fear of being judged as very arrogant, and also being wrong (ultimately stemming from my fearful ego’s judgment toward self/Self).
Besides all that I intuitively sense to be true, I was also born breach—as shared within this blog—and throughout the decades, I’ve been told by family members (immediate and extended), former classmates (since the late 80’s), old friends, and former coworkers (to include the Army), pretty much the same thing, “You look the same” or “You haven’t changed.”
Over a decade and a half ago, during a visit to Korea in my thirties, one of my Korean aunts said to my mother—in front of makeup-free me, and other relatives—“How is this even possible? Her face looks the same as when she was a kid.”
I used to believe that they were all just being polite, but as years and years went by, I noticed that even neighbors, acquaintances, and strangers would be surprised to find out my age, though a handful of people would obviously look surprised (mostly their eyes), but not say anything due to their own reasons.
One day, a while back, I was convinced that something indeed was very strange in an exciting way. Sometimes, right after I come out of the shower, my face looks like my childhood, tween version; other times, I appear as old as my age, or even older.
It’s fascinating to me, and I trust that how we look at whatever moments can depend on our fluctuating, vibrational frequency.
Today, I fully accept/embrace/love this aspect of self/Self.
I felt so grateful for this video (mentioned above), that I left the following comment for the creator(s) of it:
Thank you so much for sharing this very helpful video that’s informative, encouraging, uplifting, soul-igniting, deeply heartfelt, empowering, inspiring, and consciousness expanding.
Continue to Be an invaluable gift to self/Self (Soul/Spirit within) and interconnected Life (All That Is) throughout this Universe and beyond.
I then noticed a recent comment (right below) that I was strongly drawn to because I have no doubt that it triggered within me something that I needed to unconditionally accept/embrace/love within myself as well:
Everyone wants to be someone speacial better and different we all all fuckin hyokas or whatever u wanna call it ..we r all the same ..we are all made the same we all have the same potential ..dum dums
My response to the above comment (which I have no doubt was also a message to self from Spirit within):
LjLac, first and foremost, thank you for mirroring to us a gift that can help us to further expand our consciousness.
The beauty of Divine Dichotomy is that we can unconditionally accept/embrace/love BOTH aspects within ourselves that simultaneously desire to be different AND desire to be the same; they are only so-called contradictions when seen from the 3D limited, physical mind perspective.
From the integrated and balanced, multidimensional Mind/Heart perspective, they can both exist within the same space.
When there is an aspect (among many) within ourselves that we’re unable to unconditionally accept/embrace (e.g., ignorance), then we’re not able to accept this same accept in interconnected others.
Frustration, resentment, anger, defensiveness and/or the need to put others down (i.e., “dum dums”) ultimately stems from fear. So the questions we may want to ask ourselves are:
– “Why do I have a judgment towards interconnected others who desire to Be and feel special?”
– “Why do I have a judgment towards self who desires to Be and feel special?”
– “Who convinced me (through words, behavior, and/or actions)—especially during childhood—that wanting to be special was NOT okay or not even possible?”
You’re right, in that ultimately we are all interconnected parts of the whole, and we all have the same, great potential within us.
Therefore, any one of us can choose to Be a Heyoka, or not, prior to birth on planet Earth (or another world), and just because one chooses this experience doesn’t mean that they’re better, or more righteous or superior than others.
I trust that Heyoka is the most powerful version of an empath because this way of Being embraces the full rainbow spectrum—like a Rainbow Warrior/Worker of Oneness, rather than the one-sided Lightworker vs Darkworker—of thoughts, emotions, words, and actions from a neutral standpoint (like Source/Holy Spirit/Prime Creator/Creator or All Creation: Crop Circle 6666/Divine Mother Goddess); and uses any of these tools at any given moment (without the duality judgment of good vs bad or right vs wrong) for the highest benefit of Life (All That Is) throughout this Universe and beyond.
For instance, a Heyoka empath can use the tool of gentle kindness OR the tool of tigress-like aggressiveness depending on which most highly benefits another. The underlying intention always stems from Cosmic, Unconditional Love.
Some people don’t seem to understand the language of gentle kindness or even respectful assertiveness (due to being wounded wounders); so when a Heyoka empath responds to them (mirrors to them) the aggressive communication style—the same manner in which they were communicating—they will be taken by surprise because they’re not used to others dishing back their own fear-based energies with the same force (or greater).
Most people don’t like confrontation, so they’ll just take in the energies of an aggressive one (aka wounded one), and later process them, or not, in an indirect way (e.g., complaining about them behind their back, stewing the anger within, transferring the energies to another via the same method, etc.)
What’s intriguing is that once a Heyoka empath gets the attention of the aggressive person using the same, initial, aggressive energies, that person takes a step(s) back, and is willing to communicate with at least respect.
They understand the language of aggression, so it feels familiar and real to them, unlike the energies of gentle kindness or respectful assertiveness that feels foreign and fake to them.
Positive transformation can then take place with this form of unconventional interaction.
From an expanded perspective (the bigger picture), we are all playing “different” roles on Earth (and other worlds) while simultaneously playing on the “same” team of The One, helping one another evolve as the self/selves/Selves/Self on all levels—physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.