Enneagrams for Empaths

As Empaths, we always seem to be looking for ways to get more validation with who we are as individuals but also to get more clarity of how to successfully interact with other people.

In this episode we discuss the 9 distinct yet interconnected Enneagram personality types.  Each is based on inborn temperament and are expressed through continuum of levels for each type. Are you the Individualist? Or maybe the Peacemaker? Join us as we discuss the characteristics of each type, where to find more information, and how to use your specific Enneagram personality type to better navigate your life!

Conversations with Friends: Good News in Dark Times

Sometimes it’s so easy to feel saturated and overwhelmed from too much negativity in the news and media.  As empaths, it’s important to seek out alternative ways to stay informed but also to combat the physical, mental and emotional overload of too much dark news. In this episode we discuss how to counteract the natural inclination towards a negativity bias as well as give you some great resources on where you can find more positive and uplifting stories of how we are all working together to help each other out during these times of transition and change!

Are You Ready to Step Up and Stop Self-Sabotaging?

Are you holding yourself back from truly stepping into your power, your light and your purpose? Are you hoping to move into more of a leadership role or are you already in one and trying to figure out how to be an empath in a managerial position?  Please join us today as we explore and discuss common self-sabotaging behaviors and ways to overcome these self imposed limitations. In the second half of the show we focus on leadership styles and why many empaths make exceptional supervisors, leaders and entrepreneurs!

Meet Carrie Wilson Link: Author, Advocate, & Spiritual Seeker!

Carrie Wilson Link and Family

Join us today as we welcome Carrie Wilson Link!

Carrie Wilson Link is a Portland, Oregon writer. Her work has appeared in several online and print publications. Carrie has been a blogger since 2006. Her site, “love.” has a
world-wide audience of special-needs parents and spiritual seekers.


In addition to writing, Carrie is an advocate for the inclusion of special-needs students in Catholic education.Structured around the Four Noble Truths, Carrie’s memoir, Wil of God: Embracing the
Relentless Love of a Special Child
takes you on the spiritual journey of a mother who has one idea for her life, and is handed the exact opposite.

Carrie is working on her next memoir, which shares her exploration into the metaphysical.