I’m Stella. I don’t usually like labels, but I fully claim this one: I’m a highly sensitive introvert. I love quiet. I l need time alone. The noisy, busy world drains me. I notice the details of what’s around me.
We’re living in interesting and changing times. It feels like there’s so much anger and fear in the world. Yet at the same time more and more people are turning to yoga and meditation and other healing and energy modalities
I’m a highly sensitive person. I love peace and quiet. I love to sit and think and feel and day dream. I’m easily over-whelmed my noise and bright lights and being around a lot of people I don’t know so
“Most [wo]men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with their song still in them” ~ Henry David Thoreau I don’t want to be one of those people. So, I’ve taken the leap. I’ve done what I’ve
Finally. You have 30 minutes with nothing scheduled. Some precious me-time alone. Time where you can just do what YOU like. Ah lovely… But then, you remember the bins need putting out. Ah, you forgot to answer that email. Hmm,
Do you remember when you were little and you’d spend, what felt like hours, lying on the grass and staring at the sky? Watching the clouds form and change and pass? Watching, with fascination, the colours behind your closed eye
I’m doing some research into OVERWHELM – can you help me? Is this you? You can find it difficult to relax and unwind. Sometimes you feel tired and wiped out sometimes anxious and wired. Your mind is busy, busy. You’re
Anxiety. Those worried thoughts; the general feeling of unease; the feeling that your nerves are on edge. Apprehension. Agitation. Do you feel it? I know I am prone to it. Now, I have a hunch that those of us who
Fight, flight or freeze? Which one is your go-to reaction to stress and anxiety? In our pressurised lives and busy, over-stimulating culture each and every day our body and mind is constantly bombarded with physical, emotional and mental stimuli –
Your mind is whirring. Jumping from this place to that. You’re finding it difficult to focus. Your jaw is tense. Your shoulders are up around your ears. There’s a feeling of contraction and tightness throughout your body. You’re barely breathing.