The Crazy Buddhism Wisdom Of A Heyoka Empath

Thank’s Alex for sharing this article and authorise me to include in my book.

Alex Myles

Empaths have an inherent ability to sense, read, and make sense of the energy emanating from everyone and everything that exists in the universe.

Many empaths identify as Heyoka, which is a Native American word that means “sacred clown” or “fool.” Heyokas use humor to open people up, so that people energetically transition to a place where they can absorb wisdom and healing energies.

In Tibetan Buddhism, a Heyoka would be referred to as someone who has the attributes of “Crazy Wisdom.” Crazy Wisdom, which is a term coined by Chögyam Trungpa, describes an often controversial path to self-discovery that is seen by many as abnormal or irrational.

It is thought that whoever follows the path of Crazy Wisdom is able to rapidly and effortlessly move through karma.

Those who practice Crazy Wisdom do not take themselves so seriously, and they surrender entirely to their natural character traits…

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