Greetings, I have a few problem I would like some help on. I have never been a very adept psychic my entire life, but have always felt I had some psychic potential somewhere. I recently started trying to improve myself. I found that I am a an empath, and can move energy from one person's aura to another, as well as being able to absorb energy from my surroundings. However, I have run into a few problems:
When I try to absorb energy from my surroundings, the energy I absorb will only last for a short while (minuets to hours) before simply disappearing, like a tide going out from shore. I also cannot use this energy for any personal use, and can only give it to others.
When I try to move energy from one person to another, it is usually my energy to another, or someone with a lot of energy to another who is lacking. However, one day just to experiment a bit, I tried giving someone some energy, and taking some of theirs in the process. I'm not really sure how to describe what happened next other than it felt like I had suddenly been sucked into their personality, and was a part of them, and it took me three days to get away from them. For a while after, this person became extremely clingy to me, and I had to go to great lengths to get away from them. (I now find this highly amusing, but it IS over a year later. Many things are funny after they happen.)
The only time I can ever use any energy for personal use is when I find little "pockets" of it in my mind/soul/body, which even then are extremely weak, and are barely enough to make a decent psi-orb. I once had a steady stream if the stuff, and could watch people at the store and predict what they were going to do, minuets in advance, with perfect accuracy. However, after a while, something caused me to lose all of this energy, and I have never since then been able to predict anything correctly (as a matter of fact, a good rule of thumb is that whatever I predict, the opposite will happen). I really want to give that energy to the people around me, but I have no idea how to access it again.
Thank you for your time, Exglabrum