The self-development field is a fascinating place, filled with fascinating individuals.
As lifetime students of the Human Condition, we have always been rather intrigued by the highly diverse paths people take in pursuit of their personal journeys towards enlightenment, self-realization or whatever else it is they seek.
Which brings us to this thing called “Ego.”
Ego is perhaps the single most over-analyzed, over-discussed and over-used…Continue
An inherent part of living with Consciousness is to be able to understand what is going on with both ourselves and others, so we can act with mindfulness and compassion.
Under this general heading, we often face the issue of feeling supported in our endeavors, and how to best be supportive of others. As an active member of the global HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) community, one of the most common themes I see in forums, blogs or just hear from individuals is "I need support!"…Continue
Many of us embark on personal journeys of healing.
Healing from old wounds, healing from traumatic childhoods, healing from old "addictive habits," even healing from what we might perceive as "past life junk."
The Highly Sensitive Person-- or "HSP"-- tends to be more "aware" of his or her inner world, and generally spends more time in introspection than most people. HSPs are also more aware of subtleties, feelings and tiny patterns which can be a wonderful gift... but it means…Continue
The primary challenge facing most highly sensitive people (also known as "HSPs") revolves around how to maintain an optimal level of stimulation in their lives. When you have a very finely tuned nervous system, it also tends to hold true that "less is more," when it comes to deciding how much you take on in life. If you’re not entirely sure what an HSP is, please refer…Continue
Some random thoughts on the importance of "Rattling People's Cages" and "Poking at Holy Cows" as part of the personal growth process.
I'm a "Cage Rattler." And I've been known to sometimes poke at "Holy Cows."
I am also a highly sensitive person-- or HSP-- so I tend to approach the process gently, in a manner intended to get people to think more deeply about the closely held beliefs they cling to without question, without their becoming defensive.
I was never a…Continue
Thoughts for Self-employed HSPs and other Creative Souls on being organized and making the most of their time—without actual “organizing.”
Although these words were primarily written with the highly sensitive person (HSP) in mind, the ideas presented here could almost certainly be applied to any “creative” or “right brain” types who find it challenging to organize their time in such a way as to be more productive with their…Continue
Added by Peter Messerschmidt on January 6, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Thoughts for HSPs and creative souls on developing and nurturing creativity through expanding its definition and letting go of old fears
If you’re a highly sensitive person, you have probably read—or heard—that HSPs tend to be “creative types.” Indeed, a great many HSPs are drawn to—and employed…Continue
Added by Peter Messerschmidt on December 23, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments