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The Sensitive’s Dilemna

As a sensitive and creative person you may have reached a time of crisis in your life. Vague internal stirrings beyond the realms of emotion and intellect call to be named. This time of awakening can be experienced as: inexplicable longing deep disorientation a lack of meaningful participation in life Our culture’s lens of perc

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Developing a Clear Message

When you have a coherent mission you can speak about what you are offering with passion and ease. You become an empowered representative of your business. Whether you are selling something, offering a service or creating a compelling retail space, be clear about the message you are conveying. When you go through the st

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Vocabulary of Conscious Communication

So much of our experience of physical spaces, services, and professionals is based on subtle and inexplicable elements. These concepts add awareness about the field where we communicate and experience the world. Meaning Inner meaning comes from feeling cared about, engaged, valued, competent, and authentic. The meaning of an action or creation is somethin

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Sensory Processing

In Dawna Markova’s book The Art of the Possible she describes the different sensory preferences we each have for taking in information. Her work moves us beyond the simple notion of being an auditory, visual, or kinesthetic learner. She explains that, depending upon the mode of processing that is required, your primary way of receiving information may

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Sensitivity in an Age of Chaos

As you take up the task of understanding yourself as a sensitive, you do it within a culture so full of noise it is almost impossible to experience auditory or visual quiet. You do it in a world finally beginning to awaken to climate change and the endless social, economic, environmental crises and global ramifica

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The Essence of Communication

Conscious and aligned communication involves the awareness that everything – every action, every object, and every interchange, is a communication. Experience involves absorbing stimuli and making sense out of that input. Your lens of perception informs your interpretation of the information you absorb. The intentions of, and energy behind spaces and physical creations also inf

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Being Highly Sensitive

You have always known you ‘marched to the beat of a different drummer’. You are aware that you tend to ‘think outside of the box’. Yet, you never considered yourself to be sensitive. To be sensitive is to attend to what is invisible to most. Your nervous system is affected by small amounts of

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Insight vs. Information

When providing a service or presenting printed material it is easy to get caught up in the information we are disseminating. We forget that information and insight are not the same thing. We live in an age where every kind of information we could ever want is available with a web search. However, w

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Kindness

In a world of too much information and short attention spans, it is easy to forget that we crave connection. We long to be cared about and treated kindly. When we remember events or services in a positive light, part of what we recall is the personal touch. The waiter who went out

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Books on Healing & Resources

Healing The Alchemy of Illness, Kat Duff Body, Self and Soul, Jack Rosenberg, Marjorie Rand and Diane Asay Focusing, Eugene Gendlin Hands of Light, Barbara Brennan Minding the Body, Mending the Mind, Joan Borysenko On Death and Dying, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross A Path with Heart, Jack Kornfield The Psychobiology of Mind-Body Healing, Ernest Rossi Spacious

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