Why Empaths Need to Know Their Personal Process of Creation

When Jackson shared with me the Personal Process of Creation technology that he discovered, I had no idea how much it was going to help me as an empath. His full assessment of my natural skin and hair tones and the shapes present in my face revealed to us what my Personal Process of Creation is–something I have always known but never consciously recognized as legitimate. I was so blown away by what my Personal Process of Creation revealed about me that I was honored when Jackson asked me to co-host a webinar about using these processes to create, manifest, and reach goals! By the way, if you’re interested in joining us for the webinar you can sign up here: And here is a helpful hand-out you can use to follow along and take notes during the class: See, what I learned about my Personal Process to manifest and reach my goals is that I need to go through a stage of alone time and analysis before going any further and taking action. I think this is pretty typical of empaths who become over-stimulated easily and soak up so much energy from other people. And this is an approach *not* typically supported and encouraged by society. Notice that if *your* Personal Process is different from that of most people around you and what they encourage, you can easily find yourself doing a lot of second-guessing. You may find yourself pressured to approach the sacred art of manifesting your desires in a way that is completely unnatural and forced for you.

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Your Unique Path to Creating What You Want ~ Interview With Jackson Holiday Wheeler

Something I’ve noticed about myself is that I have a process for working towards what I’m creating. It’s the same process I use whether I’m manifesting something I desire or using a step by step plan to meet goals. And it makes me laugh, because I’ve always felt like this process was actually kind of “wrong”. See, when most success experts give advice, they usually just tell you to take “massive action” or something of that nature. They tell you to just starting doing things physically (the right things, of course) to get what you want quickly. But in this interview I did with Jackson Holiday Wheeler, we discuss another way…