For the majority of Highly Sensitives, finding out they have the HSP Trait is the equivalent of winning the lottery. At least, it was for me. So many things clicked into place. I understood why certain bright lights bothered me and gave me headaches (and I very rarely get headaches), and a multitude of other “symptoms”.Read More
A good friend and I, who is also an HSP, have noticed this about many HSPs as well as ourselves and as always great conversations and sharing our perceptions with other HSPs is an enlightening experience, and one that reveals what we’re really struggling with as well as creative solutions we can apply.Read More
So what is ‘Projection’ and how does a good understanding of Projection help a Highly Sensitive Person?
To delve into this I’d like to share with you the first time I encountered this word in action.Read More
I’ve been having a great time discussing this topic with my good friend, who suggested I write a post about this. So, here goes.
We’ve noticed many HSP’s struggle with expressing themselves creatively, just as we do.Read More
Riley is busy searching, scouring the ground for Taelyn’s newly won Steelie and Taelyn’s thankful he doesn’t notice the red, embarrassed flush gradually fading from her face and neck as she’s walking toward him. Riley’s determined to find her newly won Steelie.Read More
The sun hovers majestically, yet unobtrusively, in its cerulean sea quietly observing the excitement below.
The air hums with nervous expectancy and vibrates off the crowd of children, twittering and tittering as they watch Aaron and Taelyn fumbling and bumbling with the strings of their marble bags. Finally untangling the strings, their hands jackknife quickly into their small, respective bundles of marbles, as they begin searching for the right marble.Read More
You just never know when it’s going to be an extraordinary day, because it will always start out like any other ordinary day. Deceivingly, they all start off that way.
In fact, the only way you can tell if it’s going to be an extraordinary day? Is if you’re paying close attention to the little details, little details that, when you think back on it, were giving you clues. Well, this happened to be one of those days just loaded with clues…Read More
Higher consciousness isn’t on the same vibrational wave as the time and space continuum. Yet somehow, it is. Separate, yet connected, by many invisible, silken threads. And these silken threads are connected to my Divinity…Read More
Reflection is one of the natural gifts of having the HSP Trait. We’re predisposed to processing information deeply and reflecting on it. But we can encounter barriers to effectively practicing Reflection.
So in this blog post we’re going to cover:
the benefits of practicing Reflection,
how to develop a Reflection practice,
what takes you away from Reflection.
For those who are HSP / HSS, at some point in their lives, this can be challenging. At least I’ve found it to be. Again, I’m an introverted High Sensation Seeking Highly Sensitive Person.
Now I don’t mean it’s necessarily challenging to find a job, but I have found it challenging at times to enjoy some jobs, to feel a sense of challenge, satisfaction and accomplishment, while being to use my creativity in my job.Read More