I get it. I experience it. I totally understand. Life can feel challenging for us highly sensitive people. Being sensitive can feel like a curse. If you’re highly sensitive, you feel everything intensely, and it can be overwhelming. BUT please understand: there’s nothing wrong with you, you’re just highly sensitive.
How often do you do …. nothing? I suspect the answer might be somewhere between not very often and never? Well my lovely, here’s a permission slip if you need it: you need to rest! Rest is an essential need for all human beings. But especially for highly sensitive people.
Working with our emotions, to understand where they come from, learning our habits of reaction, and choosing where to focus our energies is hard work! It’s rewarding and uplifting and soul-nourishing, but it can also sometimes feel like you’re going
The Wheel of the Year turns, and we arrive at the end of October and Samhain (pronounced Sow-en). Here we meet the Crone Goddess. Wise. Still. Deeply knowing for she has seen it all and more! We meet her in
I’m sure you’ve heard of the ego ― that part of us that is associated with self-esteem and our sense of self. It normally gets a bad rap. Calling someone “egotistical” is an insult. Doing things to boost your ego
How easily do you feel knocked off balance by the ups and downs of life? Do you feel you pick up on other people’s moods and energy and find it difficult to shake them off? Or maybe you often feel
Some thoughts on social media – that seemingly inescapable presence in modern life – and why I’ve decided to take a social media sabbatical. As we move towards the Equinox (on 23rd September) – one of the two points of
May I ask you a question? …How do you mother yourself? Do you even mother yourself? I’m asking this because as I write, at the start of August, we’re at Lammas. Lammas, in the Celtic Wheel of the Year, is
“Oh Stella, you’re always so calm.” “I love your calm energy.” “I wish I was as calm as you.” I get this quite a lot! But you know what? I have a confession… I’m not as calm as you think
If you’re feeling angry, doubtful, hurt or confused today: please know, dear one, that you are not alone. If you’re feeling as if no-one gets you or understands you: please know, dear one, that you are not alone. If you’re