Judith Orloff, MD
Experience a shielding practice to protect yourself from negative, stressful, toxic, or intrusive energies — and feel more centered, happy, and energized.
If you’re an empath or sensitive person, it’s more important than ever to rein in your extrasensory “feelers” — and start using your special intuitive powers to attend to your own physical and emotional wellbeing...
... so you’re not energetically drained by the world’s suffering, others’ stresses — and your own emotional triggers.
You can start by building effective energetic protection skills — and leaning into the art of surrender.
Think of your body as a transparent vessel for healing, which, when clear of chaotic energies, can allow your own life-force energies and life experiences to easily flow through.
Even in these uncertain times, you can let life in — in healthy doses — enjoy it, and revel in each moment.
As bestselling author and psychiatrist Judith Orloff, MD, will share during this special complimentary hour, easeful flow starts with learning the importance of surrendering to intuition... and to everything.
When you can surrender whatever you’re clinging to — be it an outdated self-belief, a relationship that no longer serves you, the painful residue of old traumas, even your current fear and anxiety — you become unburdened of toxic energies and able to transmute your life experiences. Your intuitive healing powers are available for your wellbeing, and that of others.
Why Empaths & Sensitives Are Gifted With Greater Intuition
If you’re an empath or sensitive person, there’s scientific evidence that you were born with the heightened capacity to tune in to your own intuition, surroundings, and the energies of others.
Your brain is actually wired for greater attunement, exhibiting a hyperactive firing of its mirror neurons, which discharge when you execute a particular behavior and when you observe the same behavior in someone else.
This predisposition is also why empaths can end up in codependent relationships — often with narcissists, who have an empathy deficiency disorder with limited or no capacity for compassion. An unhealthy empath will try to fix their partner and get worn out.
Judith discovered her own unique intuitive abilities when, as a child, she was able to predict deaths, illnesses, and earthquakes. Given that her family lineage featured 25 physicians (including her parents), her special intuitive powers scared those around her, and she was forbidden to express her special insights at home. She grew up believing that something was wrong with her.
Judith found deep healing through integrating her innate intuition into her life — as a woman, healer, and therapist — listening to it in every situation, and supporting others in honoring and honing their intuitive skills.
She teaches that your intuition, which is part of your very nature, allows you to tune in to the deep compassion beneath all experiences.
During this self-empowering 60 minutes with Judith, you’ll:
- Learn about your brain’s mirror neurons, and how they activate both your empathetic predisposition and your gift for greater sensitivity and intuition
- Learn what intuitive healing means for empaths and sensitive people... and how to access this gift
- Discover the key to surrendering to anxiety and fear, and how thinking and feeling it doesn’t mean you have to take it on energetically
- Discover the importance of energetic protection in accessing, enjoying, and sharing your intuitive gifts
- Be guided in a shielding practice to protect yourself from negative, stressful, toxic, or intrusive energies — and feel more centered, happy, and energized
- Experience a guided meditation to feel into the power of surrendering, so you can gain trust in the moment and be there for yourself and others
Judith asserts that we are keepers of an innate intuitive intelligence so perceptive that it can tell us how to heal — and prevent — illness.
Known as the Godmother of the Empath Movement, she’s a pioneer in accomplishing for psychiatry what physicians like Dean Ornish and Mehmet Oz have done for mainstream medicine — proving that the links between physical, emotional, and spiritual health can’t be ignored.
Judith teaches empaths, and everyone, how not to succumb to their triggers and all the cries of the world, and, instead, to listen first to their inner voice — what she calls the voice of energy.
To be a healer — for yourself and others — you need to feel your own strength. Judith can show you how to find this inner power consistently... through practices you can access quickly and easily.
Join us for this special hour to start reclaiming and protecting your intuitiveness, and surrendering to what’s stopping your life’s flow — so you can enjoy each moment and your unique predisposition for greater compassion, love, and a clear knowing that can help you and others heal.
Sign Up Now to experience a shielding practice to protect yourself from negative, stressful, toxic, or intrusive energies — and feel more centered, happy, and energized.
What People Are Saying About Judith Orloff
"... [helping us understand] we are far more than we have allowed ourselves to be."
We are far more than we have allowed ourselves to be. Judith Orloff is to be commended for helping us understand that simple truth.
— Louise Hay, Author of You Can Heal Your Life
“... helps us navigate the stress we absorb from the world and to set boundaries.”
We take on so much as empaths! This inspiring daybook helps us navigate the stress we absorb from the world and to set boundaries.
― Rosanna Arquette, Emmy® Award– nominated actress and film producer
“Judith Orloff teaches you how to master your inner empathic world.”
― Dr. Joe Dispenza, New York Times bestselling author of You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter
“... shows you how to be sensitive, strong, and clear ― and to say ‘no’ to the energy suckers in your life.”
Sensitive people aren’t weaklings or victims. Dr. Orloff, an empath herself, shows you how to be sensitive, strong, and clear ― and to say “no” to the energy suckers in your life.
― Caroline Myss, New York Times bestselling author of Anatomy of the Spirit
“Dr. Orloff shows you how to achieve a lightness of being and feel more positive and peaceful.”
A must-read for anyone who’s tired of feeling frustrated, lonely, jealous, or emotionally tense. Dr. Orloff shows you how to achieve a lightness of being and feel more positive and peaceful. Highly recommended.
— Deepak Chopra, MD, Author of Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul
“... blends a psychiatrist’s logical training with the heartfelt sensitivity of the empath.”
Dr. Judith Orloff succeeds again, in her unique and inimitable way, to present empowering and practical tools for radical self-care. She blends a psychiatrist’s logical training with the heartfelt sensitivity of the empath. [Thriving as an Empath] is the key to success inside and out. It reminds us, “I recognize authenticity. I thrive on kindness. I cultivate a graceful lifestyle. I am the power of love itself."
― Margot Anand, Author of Love, Sex, and Awakening
“She is a serene maverick.”
Dr. Orloff voices the message that intuition works as a potent therapeutic force that can help us lead smarter, saner lives. She is a serene maverick.
— USA Today
“Dr. Orloff is a pioneering therapist who counsels the highly empathic.”
— Psychology Today
About Judith Orloff
Judith Orloff, MD, is the New York Times bestselling author of The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People, Thriving as an Empath, and Emotional Freedom. Dr. Orloff is a psychiatrist, an empath and intuitive healer, and is on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty. She synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with leading-edge knowledge of intuition, energy, and spirituality.
Dr. Orloff has been called the “Godmother of the Empath Movement.” She specializes in treating empaths and highly sensitive people in her private practice. She passionately believes that the future of medicine involves integrating all this wisdom to achieve total wellness. Dr. Orloff’s work has been featured on the Today Show; CNN; O, The Oprah Magazine; The New York Times; and USA Today. She has spoken at the American Psychiatric Association, Fortune magazine's Most Powerful Women Summit, and Google.