January 5, 2020



David Sauvage

3pm – 6pm

Are you an empath? Do you feel the feelings of others as if they were your own? Are you overwhelmed about what to do about it? Do you want to develop this ability into a real superpower?

The time is now.

We’re gathering empaths and intuitive types together for one gentle and glorious afternoon to learn from each other and from a master. You’ll discover there’s real magic in connecting with people who share this gift. We’ll experience a beautiful shared emotional field among us sensitive types.

This gathering is held by David Sauvage, an empath and regular teacher at Mystic Journey who has honed his sensitivity into an art form. Check out his website at www.empath.nyc.

He has also written this very moving manifesto for empaths, well worth a read: www.empath.nyc/empaths-unite.

Together with David you will explore:

● Best practices for protecting yourself and clearing others’ energy.

● Separating your own feelings from others’.

● Developing your gift into a tool for greater connection.

● Using your gift to glean all sorts of useful information about people that can help both of you (or just you)!

This will be fun. How often do empaths gather together in the same room?


David Sauvage is becoming known as the "Empath of Empaths." An empath is someone who can feel the feelings of others. David has the unique ability to feel what is happening within you, then give you insight about how to process what you're going through. The Guardian and Vice featured him as a master of his unique craft. He has turned intuitive readings into performance art, performing everywhere from Times Square to South by Southwest to Burning Man to Facebook Headquarters. His play "Empath," which ran in NYC in December, received glowing reviews. David also consults with companies on how to integrate empathy into their culture. He lives in New York.

Check him out at www.empath.nyc
And on Instagram: @empathnyc



Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your own reusable water bottle as water is provided. Come with comfortable clothing.

We recommend ride sharing, but there is also street parking available on Lincoln Blvd, Nowita Pl, Palms Blvd, Superba Ave, and other neighborhood streets.