Highly Sensitives – Stop Raising the Bar!



Highly Sensitives:

We’re sociable but we can’t do parties.

We crave stimulation but can feel easily rattled.

We’re trusting but our brains are hardwired to make us cautious.

We’re adventurous but we may not want to travel.

We like nice things but can’t do a job not true to ourselves to make money to pay for our passions and desires.

We’re loving but if our needs aren’t met we are powerless to bring happiness to others.

We might be performers but are not happy in a room full of strangers performing on demand.

We know ourselves but can still struggle to find what we want or what we need.

We crave deep connection with others but might not be able to find a kindred spirit.

“Will my self esteem ever be complete?”  I wondered today.  After much soul searching I wonder if the answer is ‘”No.” Maybe I will always feel that I lack in some way but then perhaps completeness isn’t about having total self esteem as we see it, but just about being ourselves. 

If we forget about having to feel good enough perhaps we will find that we already are!





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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