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.
There’s a practice that I have created that I do daily. A way to find stillness and a calm and centred sense of inner peace, and connection to my heart and soul. It’s called Centring in Soul Space. I’ve been
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
Do you feel your own power? Do you feel in control of your life? Do you feel completely happy in your own skin? If the answer is “no” to any of these questions then please know you’re not alone! Low
I’m on a mission. To raise awareness of the trait of high sensitivity. To empower and inspire highly sensitive people. 15-20% of the population has a nervous system which is more finely tuned to the environment & stimuli. Amongst other
Early February. How does it feel to you? Have you noticed the slightly longer daylight hours and a subtle but perceptible strengthening of the sun’s rays? Can you feel the sap rising? 2nd February (as well as being my birthday!)
When you’re sensitive to your surroundings and other people and you feel easily overwhelmed by too much stimulation and information, life can feel both challenging yet also soulfully rewarding. Tiredness, overwhelm and feeling scattered and discombobulated may be feelings you
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.
This year I’ve been living differently. I’ve been recognising and honouring the cyclic nature of life, and of life as a woman. I’ve been attentive to the seasons as they change. I’ve been marking the old Celtic Festivals of the
Why oh why does our culture glorify busy-ness so much? We’re supposed to struggle, to push through our comfort zones, to do, to achieve, to climb the ladder. Blah, blah, blimmin’ blah. Whatevs. We’re not meant to want to relax in