Wednesday, July 18, 2012

What does it mean to be a Highly Sensitive Being/Person?

Above: A Kirlian photograph of a hand.  Kirlian photography refer to photographic techniques used to capture the the energy a person gives off. 

A highly sensitive person (HSP) is a person having the innate trait of high psychological sensitivity.  About 15-20% of humans and higher animals have a nervous system that is more sensitive to subtleties. This means that regular sensory information is processed and analyzed to a greater extent, which contributes to creativity, intuition, sensing implications and attention to detail.

Sensitive People are usually quite gifted intuitive spirits as they pick up the less perceived sensations of life. Sensitives are able to pick up on the energy a person gives off, to physically see it sometimes as well.  Reading this energy allows them to perceive what others may be feeling or experiencing at any given time.When you are a sensitive, you feel energies much stronger than other people. This means that you may know what others are thinking or feeling. Not only would you know this but you can actually take on those feelings and make them your own. So if you are in a happy mood and meet someone who is depressed, you can then become depressed as well and not even know why you are feeling that way. Being a sensitive can truly impact every aspect of your life.This sensitivity affects many aspects of your life such as your relationships with people, your career choice, your love life, your fears and more.  When a Sensitive receives training and learns to manage these emotions they are able to offer these profound gifts of theirs to others, acting as guides and spiritual counselors.  These are the tender souls sent to earth to heal our world and the wounded spirits on it. 

I have learned and continue to learn techniques and skills that allow me to alter and transmute these energies helping others to receive greater amounts of healing, clarity and come into their true self and purpose in this life.

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