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Self-Care Guide for Highly Sensitive People

Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 | Comments Off on Self-Care Guide for Highly Sensitive People

Self-Care Guide for Highly Sensitive People

Why? ——– Because you are worth it. Self-Care is critical for you to thrive in all areas of your life. Your sensitivities do not mean you are weak, broken or less than someone who is not sensitive. You came into the world able to perceive what 80% of the population cannot. Your sensitive traits and those of the other 1.4 billion HSPs’ serve to support the rest of humanity and the world. Highly sensitive people are the worlds innovators, creatives, leaders, therapist, doctors., coaches, teachers, CEOs, entrepreneurs, problem solvers, change agents, HR, healers, philosophers,...

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Healing & Stress Reduction Meditation

Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 | Comments Off on Healing & Stress Reduction Meditation

Healing & Stress Reduction Meditation

The podcast is at the bottom of this page. This podcast is a Healing and Stress Reduction Meditation that clears your energetic field, clears the chakras, and grounds you to help you find more love, peace of mind and calm your stress.  Sensitives don’t usually have healthy boundaries and this meditation is very helpful for healers, body-workers, healthcare workers, health professionals, public workers, around toxic people, dramatic people, traveling in airports, during after workshops/trainings, office setting with lots of electronics,… etc Make sure you are in a quiet...

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How to Ground Yourself and Why

Posted by on May 30, 2016 | Comments Off on How to Ground Yourself and Why

How to Ground Yourself and Why

  I talk about grounding and clearing your energy field often in my blogs, videos and podcast episodes. Learning to ground myself has been a tremendous help for my clients and myself. Without grounding I would not be able to hold a safe and neutral space for my clients and for humanity as a light worker. Grounding is part of my daily practice leading to clearing and setting healthy boundaries.  I often get asked why I do this routine every day and what it actually does. I believe this is an essential tool and skill for sensitives and wounded souls like myself and my clients. Here are...

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Top 10 Meditation Resources to Stay Focused on your Goals

Posted by on May 24, 2016 | Comments Off on Top 10 Meditation Resources to Stay Focused on your Goals

Top 10 Meditation Resources to Stay Focused on your Goals

Staying focused on your goals is hard. Especially if they are long-term goals. With so many distractions every day, it’s no wonder we get sidetracked all the time. Many of my clients come to see me because they set goals at one point, but either procrastinate or get started and become unmotivated or discouraged. Achieving your goals is absolutely possible if you can stay focused on them. Guided meditations will help you stay focused, overcome procrastination,get motivated daily, relax or ground you or help you with the initial goal setting. They can make the difference between getting...

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Stop thinking your way through life and start feeling it!

Posted by on Apr 4, 2016 | Comments Off on Stop thinking your way through life and start feeling it!

Stop thinking your way through life and start feeling it!

I’m sitting under two oak trees in the back mountain country of Santa Barbara.  Blue jays and sparrows are talking to each other and I’m feeling happy and grateful for the hike I just finished. When my partner Jeff decided to go on a mountain bike ride and asked if I wanted to come along my feelings were initially torn.  I wanted to be with him and have fun in nature but I also wanted to stay at home and follow my desire to write. So I started thinking, how can I do both? Then Jeff came up with the idea for me to come along and go for a hike or small bike ride and then write on one of the...

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Is Stress wearing you out? Try this.

Posted by on Mar 1, 2016 | Comments Off on Is Stress wearing you out? Try this.

Is Stress wearing you out? Try this.

Stress is a killer. In last weeks post I talked about the fight or flight response that we put our body through on a constant, never-ending loop by being stressed out about work, relationships and life in general. Some cognitive symptoms of stress include the inability to concentrate, anxious or racing thoughts, and constant worrying. If you are irritable, moody, agitated, feeling overwhelmed, lonely or depressed, those can be signs of emotional stress. Physical symptoms are probably most obvious, and they include any kind of pain, nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, constipation, loss of sex...

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