There are many things I love about my hsp. I have a deep connection to nature. I love art, good food and beauty in all its forms. I'm creative, wise and super intuitive. But that’s not to say it hasn’t come without its challenges - like dealing with overstimulation, learning how to assert myself, listening to and honouring my own needs, and learning to let go of feelings of guilt and overwhelm. I know you know what I’m talking about... I want you to know you don't have to hide away and make yourself smaller. Your sensitivity is not a problem to be ‘fixed’. You can be present and proud of who you are and expand fully into the person you came here to be.
My story is probably a lot like yours. As a young child, I felt the energies and emotions of people and my surroundings very clearly. An angry teacher, or upset friend or parent could affect me deeply. I learnt very quickly to adjust to the expectations and needs of others and to keep my sensitive inner world to myself. Moving away from my true self. It has been a true journey of self-discovery learning to embrace and accept my feelings and to act on them.
I discovered how to step into my own authority and trust deeply the guidance within instead of looking outside of myself for answers and confirmation. The path to embracing my hsp has not always been an easy one, but I dared to make authentic choices, connect to my heart and intuition and had the courage to make the necessary changes. Along the way I have experienced panic attacks, burnout and being in unfulfilling long term relationships. It has been a process of growing into myself, listening to my inner wisdom and learning to trust it. All of which has allowed me to follow my soul calling. My personality is passionate, positive and enthusiastic - I’m a big yes to life. I love dancing, singing, creating art and I have a deep soul call to be of service.
Guiding hsp in connecting with their own heart and soul is work I love. My favourite quote is one from Mr Shakespeare himself ‘To thine own self be true’. I could not possibly hope to help others if this was not also the way I live my own life. With truth, deep integrity and purpose.