The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1999 edition) defines empathy as:

 

"The ability to imagine oneself in anther's place and understand the other's feelings, desires, ideas, and actions. It is a term coined in the early 20th century, equivalent to the German Einfhlung and modelled on "sympathy." The term is travel industry research used with special (but not exclusive) reference to aesthetic experience. The most obvious example, perhaps, is that of the actor or singer who genuinely feels the part he is performing. With other works of art, a spectator may, by a kind of introjection, feel himself involved in what he observes or contemplates. The use of empathy is an important part of the counselling technique developed by the American psychologist Carl Rogers."

 

Empathy is predicated upon and must, therefore, incorporate Day Trip to Macau the following elements:

 

Imagination which is dependent on the ability to imagine;

 

The existence of an accessible Self (self-awareness or self-consciousness);

 

The existence of an available other (other-awareness, recognizing the outside world);

 

The existence of accessible the best beauty centre feelings, desires, ideas and representations of actions or their outcomes both in the empathizing Self ("Empathor") and in the Other, the object of empathy ("Empathee");