A 3-step Program for highly sensitive people to help them clear negative energy with efficiency so they can feel more vibrant and free
Do you feel overwhelmed?
Are you constantly in “fight or flight”?
Do you absorb other people’s negativity?
Have you been criticized about being “too sensitive”?
Have you been told to “toughen up” by well-meaning friends and family?
Have you been told that you’re “crazy” or “nuts”?
If you said YES to more than one of these questions, you are a Sensitive Soul. Other names for sensitive souls include: “highly sensitive person” or “empath”.
According to research, approximately 20% of the general population is considered “highly sensitive”. If you are a sensitive soul, you have the ability to sense deeply; including emotions, sound, light, textures, smells and much more. You may be unaware of your gifts including clairvoyance, clairaudience, and claircognizance, and instead may suffer from them.
Unfortunately, you can succumb to depression, anxiety, exhaustion, overwhelm and autoimmunity if you were never taught how to manage your empathy and sensitivity.
Your sensitivity is your superpower.
I know it is hard to believe that something that can cause such great pain, your sensitivity, could also be the source of your superpowers. But it is!
My name is Dr. Karen Kan. I’m a Doctor of Light Medicine and the Founder of the TOLPAKAN™ Healing Method. I am a sensitive soul. I grew up thinking that being sensitive was a bad thing. I cried at the drop of a hat. I felt sad when other people were sad. I couldn’t get through watching the news without bursting into tears. I was bullied by kids in school and was painfully shy.
There was nothing I wanted more when growing up, than to be someone else. I didn’t like anything about myself. I didn’t like that I was so fragile. I didn’t like that I was overly nice. I didn’t even like the way I looked. All I wanted to be was someone who was tough.
I wanted to be a Superhero.
For decades I tried to be someone else. My delicate constitution was not made to endure medical school, but I pushed through it. Half the time, I was terrified of failure. The other half of the time I was exhausted. Finally in my mid-thirties I collapsed from sheer exhaustion and stress. I had not acknowledged nor honored my sensitivity for three decades and it finally caught up to me.
By the time I was in my early thirties, I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and clinical depression. In fact, I was suicidal and was planning to kill myself because I saw no way “out”. I was broke and exhausted. But something amazing happened when I hit rock bottom. One night when I was sobbing when I should have been sleeping, I heard a voice that said “You have a choice.” It was my own voice, but heard inside my head. For some reason, it stopped my crying and I decided to follow the advice of this voice.