Brain overwhelm, and unsettled emotions are experienced by all of us. It comes with this fast-paced, stimulus-drenched, busy world in which we live. And it’s being made worse by the fears around the Corona Virus pandemic we’re living through at
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.
“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
‘With an eye made quiet by the power of harmony, and the deep power of joy, we see into the life of things.’ ~ William Wordsworth Have you ever experienced that sense of deep connection? When you feel grounded and
Can you remember the last time you felt totally still? Totally present? Connected to the person or scene in front of you and not analysing, judging or worrying about it but just being open to whatever you were experiencing with
Busy mind. Tired body. Feeling unfocused and sometimes overwhelmed. Sound familiar? Approach life in a mindful way to be here now and feel more at peace. Our busy lifestyles and overstimulating environment mean that we’re always on the go and
Do you ever feel at the mercy of the stress-filled myriad of thoughts rushing through your mind? There’s so much stuff rambling around your brain it tires you out! You can’t seem to find an off-switch – but desperately wish
Drop anchor into the sea of now through mindfulness and the senses. Busy mind. Tired body. Feeling unfocused and sometimes overwhelmed. Sound familiar? Our busy lifestyles and overstimulating environment mean that we’re always on the go and there’s always something
When was the last time you did nothing? Rested? Pondered over a cup of tea? Stared out of the window to watch the clouds? Stood and listened to birdsong? Went for a walk with no aim in particular – just