TAC: 6 Signs You May Be Hyper Sensitive to Other People’s Energy. SPOILER ALERT!- Addiction is One Sign!



TAC: 6 Signs You May Be Hyper Sensitive to Other People’s Energy. SPOILER ALERT!- Addiction is One Sign!

As the author points out in the article below, there is a broad range in our sensory abilities.  As she says, this includes our energy sensitivity as well.  Therefore, those who are considered hyper-sensitive to others energy, both positive and negative,  may struggle with addiction as a coping mechanism to raise their energy level, or to numb the effects of others’ energy on them.  Read on for other signs you may be sensitive to other people’s energy.

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6 Signs You Are Hyper Sensitive to Other People’s Energy

By Andrea Schulman Spirit Science

As you’ve probably noticed before, there is a range in our sensory abilities.  Some people can see very well, others not very well at all.  Some have excellent hearing, while others are deaf.  The same applies to energy sensitivity, or as they call it, your “sixth sense.”   Are you energy sensitive?

When you break down reality, everything is made up of one thing, and that is vibrational energy.  Some people are very aware of the energy that surrounds them, and they can tell when energy is high and when it is low.  They easily sense “good” and “bad” vibes.  Other people, not so much.

Deep empathy for others: 

You can often spot the most energy sensitive person in the room when there is someone around who is hurt or upset.  Energy sensitive people are often the “first responders,” there to hold a hand, give a hug or lend a listening ear.

Emotional rollercoasters:

Having a keen sense of vibrational energy often means that the high times feel very high but the low times feel very low.  Having some plans in place to help you raise your vibration can be very helpful,  especially during low times!


Being energy sensitive means you “feel” a lot more than many people.  To avoid feeling low vibrational energy, these individuals may lean on substances like drugs or alcohol in order to numb out the pain of negative sensory input.

They may also have a proclivity for other types of addictions, like food, gambling or shopping.

Being an excellent judge of character: 

Energy sensitive people are often very aware of other people’s motivations, and many times they can “just tell when” someone is bad news.

This can be a very beneficial trait, as it makes one less likely to be conned or taken advantage of.

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