What’s A Narcissist And Why Sensitives Attract Them!

What’s A Narcissist And Why Sensitives Attract Them!

What’s A Narcissist And Why Sensitives Attract Them! 1920 1080 Christina Lopes

What’s a narcissist from a spiritual perspective? And why do so many sensitives and empaths attract them? Find out why and how to heal from narcissism quickly.

I’d like to dive deeper into the spiritual and energy perspectives when it comes to narcissistic behavior. With understanding, we can begin to heal from narcissism and the damage it creates for those affected by it. 

And guess what, beloved! 

You may be attracting people displaying narcissistic behavior right into your life, or vice versa, without even knowing it! We are going to uncover why some sensitives or empaths find themselves in toxic relationships time and time again.

If you believe this could be you, I want you to know there will be no blame placed or judgment passed.  I do not condone the dehumanization of anyone. Instead, I focus on helping you emerge from behaviors that do not serve you, swiftly and permanently!

Here’s what you’ll learn:

💥 What’s a narcissist from a psychological and spiritual and energy perspective (there is a difference)

💥 Why narcissists attract sensitives

💥 3 key components for healing from narcissism and from the damage that it causes

💥 An effective 2-step recovery process from relationships with narcissists

Once you watch the video, let me know in the comments below:

How has your outlook on people displaying narcissistic behavior changed? What is something new that you learned about yourself and your relationships?

If you haven’t already, please watch my video on codependency to learn more about how to break free from people displaying narcissistic behavior.  Don’t forget to download a free printable workbook here to start your self-work for healing from narcissism or its damaging impact for good!

With deep love and gratitude;

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    CHRISTINA LOPES, DPT, MPH

    I’m a life coach, healer, spiritual teacher, and former clinician. My life’s work is to help accelerate your spiritual awakening so you can heal your past, overcome any challenge, and live with joy and purpose. If you need to deep dive beyond my weekly video content, I recommend you check out my premium coaching program, Heart Alchemy.

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    22 Comments
    • Thank you so much Christina and team 💞

    • Great video today! I can’t wait to download and use the workbook. Also going to watch the codependency video!! Thanks for sharing your content!!

    • I’ve been asking for a few years Why I’m attracted to a narcissist and why are they attracted to me. You gavethe answer. Thank you very much. I’m going to listen to the other two teachings. Is there anything else that I needto do?

      • Amanda – Team Christina March 18, 2021 at 1:49 am

        Hi Teresa! Thanks for reaching out! While Christina is unable to respond with individual guidance via the comments, we would encourage you to follow her on Instagram where she hosts a monthly Q&A!

    • I Christina, I find your approach really positive and helpful.
      Im struggling. i don’t know what i am any more, narcicistt co dependent, sensitive. I was dumped by a guy when i was about to move in. with him to a foriegn country (hes english too) It was devastating and I did lots of work nlp, lightening process, theta healing shamanism and 6 months of therapy. I am a widow, I had cared for my husband and was exhausted, i got really taken for a ride by hios family, builders conned me, and still I fought on, life was treally harsh. I pulled it all around, supported my 2 kids doing this alone. This man knew all this but said he has been on holiday for 10 years. He lovebombed me, then it started going wrong. eventually I left, but the images of that lovebombing and the place are stronger in me than the raeality around me . Im planning to go back to the island and try to retrieve the beauty of the island that he had given to me. He has ghosted me completely. He had been violent one night. I feel obsessed still. like I need him to acknowledge the pain he has visited on me. Everyone says he wont. How do i heal from this and what am I ? my sytrength now feels quite narcicistic, my relationship was very loving towards him and completely trusting. Much love to you for your work, Annie

      • Amanda – Team Christina March 18, 2021 at 1:50 am

        Hi Annie! Thanks for reaching out! While Christina is unable to respond with individual guidance via the comments, we would encourage you to follow her on Instagram where she hosts a monthly Q&A!

    • I just finished watching your video on what is a narcissist. It has been a year and a half that I have been away from my seven-year relationship with a narcissist though at the time I did not know that is what he was. Your video touched on so many examples of what I lived through and what I have noticed in myself as a sensitive codependent. I have worked hard all this past year and a half to heal myself from all of the emotional and physical abuse manipulation lies and giving myself constantly unconditionally no matter what , and in the end there was nothing left of me and. I am so grateful I have found you on YouTube do you help me heal so many years of damage that I did not realize I had. I have purposely stayed single to focus on me work on me make me better and stronger and never be the person again. You help guide me through the confusion and questions I have about why I did I do this why did I think that , and why did I always tolerate bad behavior from people, not just men in relationships. I feel I have come along way and I know that I will never tolerate or except that behavior from anyone again and I am also no longer giving and giving and giving myself away helping others to feel worthy. I now can see the difference and feel the difference in myself. I’ve also learned to say no and sit boundaries that was also something I never did , now I do. Sorry this is such a long message but this video really hit me and helped me and I just wanted to express my gratitude to you for all the great work you are doing . you are helping me, thank you.
      Linda

    • Thomas Edward Bradshaw March 16, 2021 at 11:46 pm

      Can they stop the 3rd chakra from draining the 4th and 2nd???

      • Amanda – Team Christina March 18, 2021 at 1:51 am

        Hi Thomas – great question! We’ll pass it along to Christina as a possible future video topic!

    • Thank you. You are the only coach who has said narcissism can be healed, if the person becomes aware and wants to heal. I was much stronger when my favorite narc reconnected a few years ago, so I put up with much less and required my dignity not be smashed. He actually admitted the “black hole” existed within him when he read to me a poem he had written. And he used the “black hole” verbiage, too. Unfortunately he died in an accident before we had a chance to really sit down face to face to discuss his struggles. Guess the universe was ready to provide him with an instant healing.

    • Dear Christina,
      Thank you so much for this particular video about Narcissism and Co-dependency
      I have watched a lot of U-tube videos on this subject ,but You explained this so well
      about the Chakra energies and the oversized 3rd Chakra and also from a human aspect and the dehumanization..
      I am so glad I watched your video and it has
      given me much more understanding about this topic, I my self is an sensitive Empath and my Twin flame is a Covert Narcissist , We haven’t seen each other for a year and with no communication , I pulled back energetically because I was so drained from this relationship ( I know we think of each other also in the fifth dimension) I do have hope that she can heal too as I have also healed and stand very strong in my own power now , I do hope we can be together in love and Harmony in this lifetime. I know we love each other but our connection became very toxic , and there was no give and take balance in the past, and I am also responsible I know that now ! ( talk about Jig saw puzzle pieces ) we do fit perfectly , don’t know if that will be the case if we meet again one day- but I gave me hope we could be happy together if we both healed.
      When you forgive someone – you heal two people , hmm how profound .. Cheers Heart-alchemist 😉 c”,)

    • Christina,

      This is a wonderful answer to my dilemma. Thanks! I have been so torn between separating my life from the man I have loved for ten years and feeling terrible about hurting him by leaving him. I am currently living in my own residence away from him and have been since last October and found your life-saving videos in February. I have been working diligently. I had gained the same perspective that you shared in your video about a narcissist being unable to behave any differently considering the deeply wounded state that they are experiencing. It was also very helpful that you described so accurately my responsibility and parallel wounding that caused our attraction to each other. Thank you for helping me to see that.
      I do have a question for you: If we both work on this healing together is it possible that we could live healthy lives together or is that too risky? He seems to feel so sincerely contrite that I want to us to work this out so that we can heal and move into higher functioning. He cries and says that he misses me so much, but I do not want to provide him with me unless it is safe for both of us. Please advise.

      Most sincerely,

      Eva M. Reed

      • Amanda – Team Christina March 18, 2021 at 1:54 am

        Hi Eva! Thanks for reaching out! While Christina is unable to respond with individual guidance via the comments, we would encourage you to follow her on Instagram where she hosts a monthly Q&A!

    • Wow Christina.
      Im blown away by your clarity.
      You are just so tremendoulsy on the spot by pointing out the “perfect” relationship between a narcissist and a codependent.
      Love the perspective from an energy-point of view. Makes so much sence to me.
      I have seen and heard SO much on the internet about exactly dehumanizing the narcissist – a tendency for many codependent people to project their own wound – their imbalance – onto the narcissist behaviour = wound – their imbalance and not seeing the actual wound as it is – as really their own personal imbalance and own responsability to heal.
      Thank you for pointing that out so simply beautifully clear – your way of viewing this, is SO liberating.
      You are outstanding Christina.
      Bless you

    • Thankyou Christina, my father in law is a Narcissist. And my husband has a lot of trauma from growing up in tha abusive life. Can you please do a video on how a victim of a narcissist parent can heal. Please please please. We are desperate. Thankyou

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