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The Five Steps to Healing for the Highly Sensitive Person

The Five Steps to Healing for the Highly Sensitive Person

 
If you are a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), or empath, you are not alone. There are an estimated 40 million HSPs in America alone. HSPs often face unique challenges; mainly, healing modalities that work for most people don’t always work for us. Many of us are still dealing with...
Fibro-NOT-MY-algia

Fibro-NOT-MY-algia

 Fibromyalgia has many symptoms, for example, muscle tightness, fatigue, sleep difficulties, and joint stiffness to name a few. Wouldn’t it make sense that if the underlying cause were addressed properly that the above-named symptoms (and others) could be reduced or eliminated?...
11 Habits of Happy and Healthy Highly Sensitive Persons, Part 2

11 Habits of Happy and Healthy Highly Sensitive Persons, Part 2

 
There are 11 habits I’ve seen that Happy and Healthy Highly Sensitive Persons either have or are cultivating, numbers 7-11 are below. For numbers 1-6, see  11 Habits of Happy and Healthy Highly Sensitive Persons, Part 1.
7. We Cultivate Meaningful...
Diet for Empaths and Highly Sensitive Persons

Diet for Empaths and Highly Sensitive Persons

October 28th, 2017

 
Tom and Mary were finishing up their entrées at home and Tom takes dessert out of the oven. Mary, slightly disappointed once again asks, “How come you always cut the ends off the apple pie? That’s my favorite part!”
Tom replied, “Funny, I...
Insomnia as a Path to Awakening the Highly Sensitive Person

Insomnia as a Path to Awakening the Highly Sensitive Person

June 6th, 2017

 
Trouble falling or staying asleep? Waking up exhausted? Is it worse of late? Sleep difficulties lead to challenges with: memory; concentration; productivity; and general health and vitality. And a large percentage of Empaths and Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs) are being...
Transforming the Blame Game

Transforming the Blame Game

April 30th, 2017

 
“He's driving me crazy!”
“You're stressing me out!"
“She really drains me!”
Admit it; we’ve all thought these or variants of these thoughts before. And we will again. The New Age idea to never have a “negative” thought...
Fear, Anxiety, and the Highly Sensitive Person

Fear, Anxiety, and the Highly Sensitive Person

January 29th, 2017

 
You’ve done so much inner work…
You’ve taken uncountable numbers of classes… 
You’ve read every book out there…
and still…
your relationship with fear and anxiety is one of discomfort, apprehension or even...
11 Habits of Happy and Healthy Highly Sensitive Persons, Part 1

11 Habits of Happy and Healthy Highly Sensitive Persons, Part 1

January 2nd, 2017

 
Highly Sensitive Persons (HSP) tend to think of happiness as doing what you love and helping others in the process. While we don’t shy away from financial, material or relational joys, we don’t exclude them from our passions of personal growth and healing, either....
Highly Sensitive Persons and the US Election

Highly Sensitive Persons and the US Election

November 17th, 2016



No matter where you or aren’t on the political spectrum, there has been a lot of tension in the collective unconsciousness both approaching the election and afterward. (And now with the holidays fast approaching, the energies are only going to get worse!) I’ve heard from...
Would Spirit Lie to You?

Would Spirit Lie to You?

November 2nd, 2016

 
 
I know it seems absurd, but Spirit lying to us mortals is something I’ve experienced more than once. And I’ve also seen it happen to others, too.
But how can this be? If Spirit is unconditional love, would unconditional love actually lie?
Depends on...

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