20 Things HG Wants You To Know



The right kind of knowledge equates to a powerful effect on your life.

I am knowledge and these are 20 things I want you to know to ensure you have a powerful, positive effect on your life.

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13 thoughts on “20 Things HG Wants You To Know

  1. truthseeker6157 says:

    I really enjoyed this too. You sound dangerously approachable HG.
    Have you ever heard the American comedian Ron White talk about deer hunting? If you haven’t, YouTube Ron White Deer Hunting. I can see you finding him amusing. (2 mins long)

    1. truthseeker6157 says:

      Wrong thread Ha ha. Ref 20 Things HG Loves.

    2. HG Tudor says:

      Of course I am, that is why I am so effective.
      No, I have not see that.

  2. Bibi says:

    This is on my must get list. You do give the best advice. It’s amazing really.

    I have been battling depression as of late. Infections are rising, my job is horrible, I feel unproductive and I can’t find peace. I feel myself needing compliments and validation–I am looking externally rather than within. Given all the stress, it is not hard to see why.

    I have to work very hard in life to control my ET. Thankfully I have a strong mind, but even my mind has tough battle against the emotion, which can be overwhelming. I went to the grocery store and was crying just for no reason. I wish things were normal again, and I feel like I took things for granted. I am not sure I am capable of feeling happiness.

    When I get this way, it reminds me of the Mid Ranger and in weak moments I begin to question if he was right. Here I am, years later, still crying and needy and attention seeking.

    On another thread you gave some advice as far as controlling anger–exercise does help me battle the sadness I feel. Getting into the body and out of the head. Going for a run, getting out in nature, or just swinging a kettlebell can help in those moments. I have to tell myself that my emotions are just that–they don’t define me.

    Also journaling, doing something creative–if not writing, even some light cooking–making something for myself and moving around in the kitchen.

    I have been looking at clips of films from my childhood–from the 80s and 90s, and while I can recall feeling unhappy then for different reasons, the memory is safe. I just can’t stay there. Been listening to sad songs too.

    Ella Fitzgerald channel on Spotify is my all time fave. Jim Croce channel too. It’s so hard, HG. I feel like a damn child.

    1. Bubbles 🍾 says:

      Dearest Bibi,
      Dear oh dear
      How can we help sweetheart ?
      Almost everyone we know, are all going thru mixed emotions right now, some a lot more than others
      Supermarket restrictions have been enforced AGAIN, that doesn’t help
      Listening to sad songs is not advisable lovely one
      One of my favourite songs is “always look on the bright side of life”
      I watch happy movies, look at funny animal videos and memes ….. basically I laugh 😂
      Even being home, I don’t have time to think, I’m soooo busy (I’m decluttering the shed right now and strangling red backs) 🕸🕷🕸….that’s actually easier than dealing with narcs haha
      Your brain n your gut are linked, if you feel sad, it affects your stomach
      I’m a great believer in positivity (I feel the weasel tried to destroy that because he was jealous of me being so positive and happy)
      I’m just happy we both wake up everyday 😂
      I honestly believe, once you start to luv yourself first, good things happen
      In your journal, make a list all the good positive traits about yourself and all the wonderful things you do and what lovely words family and friends have said about you Bibi
      I’ve never relied on others to make me happy, ever
      I know it’s not much and it’s not the same, but you are loved here Bibi
      Believe in yourself
      Luv Bubbles xx 😘

    2. Fiddleress says:

      Oh Bibi, I know what you mean by “I feel like a damn child”. Same here when this happens to me, and we must be around the same age. The ‘child’ version of us, that never got the affection, support and validation that it needed then, is still there somewhere inside.
      Do go out for walks whenever you can, spend as much time as you can doing that, until the sadness subsides – you know that it will, it always does.
      The Monty Python film Bubbles mentions (Life of Brian) with the song “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” is a riot – have you seen it? It does help.
      For some reason, I find listening to The Pixies very helpful, especially their song “Where Is My Mind?”, haha.
      And, so long as it doesn’t become a habit, why not go out for a drink or eight with a very good friend? I do this and find it helps.
      Hang in there, Bibi.

      1. Violetta says:


        I LURVE the Pixies! “Dead” and “U-Mass” are my favorite songs to stomp around my apartment to!

        1. Fiddleress says:

          Hey, Violetta, I love, love, love the Pixies! I went to a concert of theirs when I lived in Aberdeen (northern Scotland), a loong time ago; it was incredible.

          “Hey” is one of my favourite too (if I remember to listen to it, it manages to make me take a step back when I do feel “chained”, and that is some tour de force).

          1. Violetta says:


            By the time I had got into them in the 90s, they had broken up. So I saw the Martinis, the Breeders, and Frank Black as separate acts. It wasn’t until they toured the Midwest a few years back that I finally got to see them as a band.

    3. truthseeker6157 says:


      What is it about supermarkets?
      I had a specific parking space at Walmart in Charleston. I’d go in, get the groceries, load the trunk, get into the car, sit, and silently cry. I think it’s the anonymity of it. You look out the window, can see people, families, couples, singles, going about their lives, while you sit, removed, alone.

      It isn’t childish. You mustn’t think that, it’s a part of you, just like your sense of humour, your compassion or your introspection. Without the downside I firmly believe we wouldn’t be able to feel to the extent that we do. We wouldn’t identify with others in the same way.

      That’s not to say that I believe every empath has to suffer with depression, more that it stands to reason we are more predisposed to it. We notice more, we feel more and I think that can sometimes take its toll.
      Forget what the Mid Ranger told you. He was an arse. Saying it just to play at being superior.

      It’s not nice feeling this way. You need to pull up. Things that aren’t going well are running into each other and will feel like an insurmountable task just when you are at your most weary. Try to take one thing at a time and don’t rush. No one is standing there with a clip board and stop watch. You don’t need to race to make a whole load of changes. Small steps at first.

      Talking to friends might help or, a specific long term friend. A therapist might also help. The problem with both is, they might not have the emotional depth to grasp fully how you feel. That’s not a criticism it’s just the way it can be sometimes. Similarly, you might feel that you are ‘ going on’ too much or, when given advice or tools to work with you might be more inclined to say you feel better just to people please, or, to make them feel better!

      The whole empath element is a right royal pain in the arse at times. One thing to consider maybe. Talk to someone anonymously. A recognised help line perhaps. You are more likely to explore how you feel more fully if you can’t see the person you are talking with. No need to people please either. If you haven’t explored that option, it might be worth thinking about it. You are capable of finding your own solutions to improve your own mind set. Few will be as qualified as you are yourself. What you need quite possibly is someone to do for you what you do naturally for everyone else. Someone just to listen until you get everything out and find your own way upwards.

      If you haven’t done so yet and are able to, it might also be worth considering the EDC. Understanding yourself better at this point, then researching more about your school and cadre might help you to view yourself differently. I found it comforting, I felt less of an anomaly.

      I have never been diagnosed with depression, so I might not be the right person to comment. I do know how it feels to sink though and sink for quite a way.
      Try to be careful of any new friends bursting on to the scene at the moment. Last thing you need right now is some narcissist showing up because he senses a weak spot.

      Feel better Bibi x

    4. Fiddleress says:

      In fact, Bibi, how about organising an audio consultation with HG? I am sure this would be extremely helpful. You don’t need to worry about being tearful to him as you speak, I can tell you for a fact that this is no problem.
      Do let HG know in case you need help through the Angel Assistance Fund. I am sure that some of us can help.

  3. LeeLee says:

    I Want to Thank you kindly for your time on these. You are helping me beyond words can be typed to express, I am reading and re reading and reading again. Thank you

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are most welcome.

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