Therapy & Coaching for Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) — NatureWise Counseling
Irrational messages sent by your brain may feel real, as your adrenaline surges and your heart races. It can be difficult to think, access memories, or take in new information. Self-care practices are essential, but doing what the majority does is unlikely to work effectively for most HSPs. Julie will share why your brain may tend to have a negativity bias — and what you can do to experience more optimism and joy.
A technique to reduce emotional reactions and turn your cognitive brain back on. A breathing technique that communicates to your brain that you're safe. The key to exercising the parts of your brain that help you pause, reflect, and respond. Three essential stages of restoration for an HSP that allow you to function at your optimum levels. A customized plan for daily HSP self-care to restore and rebalance you.
Imagine moving out of survival mode into thriving. What would you do if you had more energy? Who would benefit in your life if you felt calm and balanced with greater access to joy? This class will be dedicated to exploring these important questions. As you become more proficient at calming your overstimulated nervous system, Julie will give you a technique for attaining centered alignment.
A sense of normalizing your experience as a sensitive person in a world that's not set up for HSPs. How to honor your unique needs and validate your real emotions. A vision for your life that includes more joy , more energy, and more beauty. Techniques for centered alignment , uniquely designed for HSPs. A celebration of your unique self and gifts. A greater facility for accessing and expressing your strengths.
HSPs seem to have higher rates of stress, anxiety, and insomnia. Why might that be? This week, Julie will explore this topic in a revelatory conversation with Dr.
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Julia Hipp, ND, that will give you insights and guidance that addresses these challenges. Because the world is not set up for sensitive people and there are so many people who don't yet know about this trait, we need to learn to advocate for our needs in relationships, at work, and even in health. Releasing guilt and shame is like taking a thousand-pound weight off your body. Finally getting your needs met sets in motion a positive domino effect in every area of your life.
How to be vulnerable in your relationships and still feel safe so you can deeply connect. The impact on your health and wellbeing of over-compromising and giving up your needs. How to educate mental health and medical professionals so you can get the support you truly need. Insights and guidance on using natural remedies to decrease stress and anxiety, which are common in HSPs. Support and tools to arrange your environment at work to meet your sensitive needs — including building in breaks to avoid burnout.
Understanding how to take care of your unique needs means you finally get to live aligned with who you are. This brings you closer to a higher level of empowerment where you can truly share your gifts with the world. When you live in alignment with your authentic self, everyone benefits. Finally, you can know yourself deeply without always filtering everything through the lens of other people's needs.
It gives you a solid baseline to soar even higher in life. That your authentic Self is valued and needed in the world, on a very deep level. Your own requirements for your care and nurturing as an HSP. Insights to help you continue to be who you truly are, that enable you to know what you want and need, and that empower you to make decisions that allow you to flourish in all areas of your life. I keep raving about this class to all my HSP friends and sharing your tips.
https://essenthopun.tk I have not reacted like I normally would in some situations over this past week. I am staying in the present. I recently did the over-compromising in a work situation and I still have time to adjust it.
Thank you, thank you! Two techniques really helpful from today: what you described about how we HSPs pre-compromise before the compromise conversation oh yes , and visually protecting myself with light, or a bubble, or a shield, or cutting the cord. Very helpful. It was just what I needed. My life is so much better because of [this class].
Prior to taking this class I was very anxious, stressed, and unhappy with myself. I felt different from everyone else friends, family, coworkers, etc. I took this out on others and myself. Now, eight weeks later, I feel calm, relaxed, and I am completely okay with being different.
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I embrace my sensitivity as a gift and take time to care for myself to stay balanced. When I stumble, I have my toolbox handy to help pick me up and get me back on track. Julie has developed great expertise and success in her work with Highly Sensitive People. I now feel centered, resilient, empowered, energetic, and joyful, and am feeling and bringing my best to my life and the people in it. I am very glad I jumped in, and recommend it to anyone who is suffering from being very sensitive instead of thriving.
Thank you, Julie, for living your life purpose! This course has helped me open my heart up to myself. It has changed my perspective and taught me that my sensitive trait is a gift, not something to be endured painfully in my life. I feel calmer, more positive and hopeful. I recommend this course to anyone with high sensitivity who needs understanding and acceptance of themselves.
- Judith Orloff M.D..
- Sales Meeting Companion.
- Anxiety Used to Run My Life.
- The Handbook for Highly Sensitive People!
- Éloge de M. De Montesquieu par M. De Maupertuis (French Edition).
- What is a highly sensitive person?.
- What’s the difference between HSPs and empaths??
For emotional empaths to be at ease in a relationship, the traditional paradigm for coupling must be redefined. Your space needs can vary with your situation, upbringing, and culture.
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For me, this was a sign of true love. All of us have an invisible energetic border that sets a comfort level. Identifying and communicating yours will prevent you from being bled dry by others. Traditionally, partners sleep in the same bed. However, some empaths never get used to this, no matter how caring a mate. Nothing personal; they just like their own sleep space.
Speak up about your preferences. Energy fields blend during sleep, which can overstimulate empaths.