Many  of the people that come to me consider themselves highly sensitive, empathic, intuitive and maybe neurodiverse. I am skilled and have a lot of experience with folk who feel the world really strongly, and helping them to be able to find a connected space between themselves and life.

I find that within this a lot of my work is about helping clients to understand how to be empathic in a modern world; how to change patterns that were often established as a young child and as a very valid means of protection and that are now unhelpful or possibly harmful, this is often where our hyper sensitivity comes from.

If you feel like you are highly sensitive it means you often feel the emotions, pain and physical sensations of another – whether they are human or animal or even in physical places. This can lead to feeling very overwhelmed and sometimes incapacitated, it might feel as as if you are carrying a great burden and unable to get on with your life, weighing up situations, people and places before you commit to events. It means that a simple act for some – turns into a really stressful situation for others and can so inhibit your life, with you ending up feeling defensive and as if you are too much for people to cope with.

Your sensitivity is a super power, it doesn’t have to be your achilles heel

There is an answer though, from my years of experience and learning I have developed a great on line course filled with tools and techniques that can absolutely help you to build resilience and an inner strength, it is simple wok with your energy body, both the internal and external one.  By doing this work you will end up knowing what is yours and what is others, and if it is others what you then do about it.

It is revelatory to understand that instead of finding collective humanity a struggle or a burden, it is possible to be with others and be in control of what you are picking up, interpreting or understanding.

This requires work on your inner self, work with your energy body which in turn builds up a robust energy body that encourages you to bring your energy under your own domain.

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Have a look at my blogpost on empathic response here and below is a podcast I recently did with Kate Codrington from An Inside Job

Inside the highly sensitive person with ChaNan Bonser Life – An Inside Job

Our guide to the highly sensitive person, or HSP,  is ChaNan Bonser a therapist and healer, and a teacher and trainer based in Mid Wales. She is a highly sensitive person, and for many years has worked with sensitivity within her client base. She recently  developed an online course Self Care for Sensitives, helping folk who are highly sensitive to become more robust and resilient, and to learn how to harness their sensitivity as a super power. We talk about:What does it mean to be a highly sensitive personWhat happens in the energy of a highly sensitive personMicro dosing and expanded statesEnergy states and how to manage your energyPerimenopause and high sensitivityHow to care for yourselfPractical tips to keep yourself wellThe gifts of being highly sensitiveGreat tips for healers and therapistsChaNan’s linksWebsite http://www.chananbonser.comCourse High Sensitive ResourcesMatter and Desire by Andreas Weber pub by Chelsea Green PublishingThe Highly Sensitive Person by  Elaine  Aron pub by ThorsonsHealing Trauma by Peter Levine pub by Sounds TrueQuiet by Susan Cain pub by PenguinElaine Aron's HSP questionaire Uma Dinsmore- Tuli information about Kate @kate_codringtonSecond Spring: the self-care guide to menopause is available from your favourite bookshopMusicTrust Me (instrumental) by RYYZNCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / StreamMusic promoted by Audio LibraryArtworkKate's portrait by Lori Fitzdoodles

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