Highly Sensitive Children – Help Them Find the Doorway to Their Soul!

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The sense our child finds the most challenging is the doorway to their soul.

Sound (auditory) – Might they be the musicians?

Sight (visual) – Might they be the artists?

Taste (gustatory) – Might they they be the chefs?

Smell – (olfactory) – Might they work with scent?

Touch – (somatosensory) – Might they be the healers?

Balance (vestibular) – Might they be the gymnasts?

Movement (proprioception) – Might they be the dancers?

To help our child connect with the sense they find most challenging the journey is long and we need to dig deep. Whilst we are doing this deep work, the more we help them enjoy and embrace their other senses, the greater our child’s feelings of security, well-being and happiness. This helps them to relax and open the door to the sense that challenges them the most. And this . . is the doorway to their soul.¬†

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About jenniewilliamsonline

Hi. Welcome to my blog. I am a visionary and my vision is to see more people healthy, happy and fulfilled. My Insights: Relationship is bigger than the interaction. Creativity is bigger than the project. Journey is bigger than the plans of the day. Vulnerability is the new self-sufficiency. Feeling good enough is the new enlightenment. Attachment is the new detachment. Sensitivity is being alive - Soulfulness is our deep heart-felt response to being alive. Separation is the biggest cause of dis-ease. Healing is transformation. The Christian message is an invitation to a warm embrace with God.
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