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for Highly Sensitive Souls e-zine! I am honored to share my thoughts
on thriving as sensitive beings with you.
also thrilled to announce that my Real Audio “Centering
for Sensitive Souls” is now available for you to use
anytime you wish! Just click on this link or the one in the
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my website to play the file. Enjoy!
In other news,
I’ll be offering my Self-Care
for Highly Sensitive Souls TeleClass this month, starting April 8th. Please
consider joining me for an exquisite journey into True Self Care!
peace – Jenna
At the March TeleGathering, we shared our thoughts
about welcoming and accepting our sensitivity, and found ourselves
drawn to the topic of compassion for self.
of the challenges we sensitives face is finding ways to cope
with our inner critic. Many of us learned early on to ask ourselves, “What’s
wrong with me?” We learned that our reactions were not “normal,” so
we trained ourselves into a habit of self-criticism that can get
easily out of control, in large part due to our natural intensity.
Even worse is when we beat ourselves up for beating ourselves up!
How can we break this cycle? One approach is to practice being
compassionate with ourselves. As Sensitive Souls, we know a lot
about being compassionate toward others. What would it be like
to extend the same degree of understanding to yourself? One participant
from the Gathering thinks of herself as a three or four year old
child and finds it quite easy to be gentle with herself then!
to experiment with: Try on a self-compassion commitment, even
if it’s just for one day. Here are two examples of what
that might look like: “I am committed to being as compassionate
with myself as I am to others” or “I am committed to
releasing self-judgment and choosing a new thought.” I’d
love to hear from you about your experiences with this idea.
YOU HIGHLY SENSITIVE?
Recent Article Published
recent article, “Are You Highly
published last month on multiple Internet sites, including expressionsofsoul.com, alumbo.com,
and holisticjunction.com to
name a few. Please celebrate with me reaching many Sensitive Souls
have yet to
discover the truth of who they are!
reprinted the initial paragraph of the article here:
Do you often feel overwhelmed by your environment or the
people around you? Has anyone ever called you shy – or worse: ‘too
sensitive?’ Do you care deeply about EVERYTHING? You may
be a Highly Sensitive Soul – a person of deep empathy and
high intensity, with powerful intuition, awareness, and intelligence.
the rest of the article on my website->
SELF-CARE FOR HIGHLY
April 8th, 15th, and 22nd
Experience an adventure of the soul into the land of True Self
Care. In this class, join other Sensitive Souls seeking to release
self-care from their to-do lists and to integrate it into their
way of life. As I have made this shift, I see how I am infinitely
more able to dance in the flow of life with ease and grace. I
invite you experience this dance with me!
We will explore self-care in the physical, intellectual, emotional
and spiritual realms and discover the self-care your Sensitive
Soul requires. You will be supported to integrate self-care into
your life in a seamless, joyful way.
about the TeleClass ->
SPIRITUAL SUPPORT FOR
Announcing the Spiritual Support & Consciousness
Two Groups Starting April 6 and April 7
you interested in receiving the support and energy of a magnificent
group of spiritual coaches as we explore the truth of who we are,
our life purpose, our consciousness, our spirituality, creating,
and ourselves - where we are learning, growing, & expanding? Join
about the Coaching Group ->
web site resources
A Centering for
Are You a Highly Sensitive
On the Enneagram
About the Myers-Briggs
Favorite & Useful
Say No (Thank You)
One of the skills I am developing is my ability
to set boundaries and to say no graciously. My grandmother is
an excellent model
for me – she has the most pleasant way of saying, “Oh
no, thank you, I don’t care for any” or “I
won’t be able to come, but I so appreciate you thinking
of me.” When she says no, it is clear that she is taking
care of herself and speaking her mind while being authentically
grateful for whatever has been offered to her.
How are you giving
yourself permission to kindly “just say no?”