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
When your head is full of thoughts. When you’re worried or scared. When you’re tired and just can’t be bothered any more. When you’re tense. When you’re in pain. When you’re so overwhelmed that you think you’re just going to
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
December. Full of joy and sparkling lights. Full of cold bugs, coldness and darkness. Every coin has two sides eh? How are you feeling? Me, I work up earlier than usual this morning. It was still completely dark. I wasn’t
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.
Head space. Clarity. Connection. Me-time away from the busy world (both real and online). Tapping into a deep well of inner peace, content, strength and joy that is always there within me. Connecting to and awakening the radiant soul within me.
So, last week was a bit of wobbly, weird week for me. It started off great. I graduated from my two-year Dru Meditation Teacher training. I felt refreshed after a week off. I was looking forward to getting back to
Do you sometimes not try something because you’ve already told yourself you can’t do it? “I can’t relax because I’m too tense”, “I can’t stand up in front of a group to speak because I’m not confident enough”, “I can’t
So 2015 is almost at an end. A good time for reflection. 2015 is the year I turned 40, discovered the trait of high sensitivity, meditated daily and learned to ground. An eventful year. Here’s what I’ve learned. I hope
You’d love to meditate. To sit with mindfulness in stillness. To experience the benefits you’ve heard meditation can bring: stress / anxiety relief, lowering high blood pressure, better sleep, improving immunity, improving brain function, bringing greater clarity of mind, improving