The meaning of words, objects, events, spaces, our actions and the actions of others are colored by context, biology, culture, family heritage, personal values, beliefs, emotions, and the energy of the dynamic.
If you’re a healer, it’s likely that as a child you experienced states of heightened awareness. As a highly sensitive child, your differences from others, and their responses to you, may have made you feel that something was wrong with you.
Thriving as a creative involves living beyond the expectations and perceptions of the dominant culture.
The creative has a heightened sense of awareness and a highly sensitive nature. As the creative dives into the world of the invisible, whether through imagery, sensory experience, sound or thought, the creative may bump into inner prohibitions and beliefs of the culture that have been internalized along the way.
Perception is a result of dynamic relationships between our brains, nervous systems, emotions, and the world we encounter. Perception is about what we attend to and how we evaluate what we perceive.
Your communication is aligned when your intentions correspond with your internal state; your actions mirror your authentic self.
The more adept we are at understanding what engenders our sense of belonging, the better able we are to truly house ourselves. As you awaken to your whole being, you will learn what it means to take care of your highly sensitive and aware nature. You learn how to maintain your equilibrium as a sensitive.
As a sensitive and creative person you may have reached a time of crisis in your life, a time of awakening.
Whether you are selling something, offering a service, or creating a compelling retail space, take the time to develop a clear message.
So much of our experience of physical spaces, services, and professionals is based on subtle and inexplicable elements.