Irlens Syndrome and Colour Sensitivity

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Me and my son are highly sensitive and highly creative. We love colour but in the summer everything changes. We look at our paints and they seem to repel us. We look in our wardrobe and it seems to disturb us. We look outside and even the colours of nature might all feel wrong. When we look at colour it doesn’t go blurry or anything but it seems to repel us.  We might feel overpowered or we might feel drained. We might feel jangled or we might feel depressed. Where is the happy medium? How can we feel happy and calm yet pleasantly stimulated and energised?

Why Do I Feel Like This?

What Colour am I?

Do I Show My True Colours?

 

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Hi. Welcome to my blog. As a creative relational hypnotherapist I help you open to your vulnerability. We need to be vulnerable to heal and to have satisfying relationships with ourselves and others. We need to be vulnerable to admit our needs. Meeting our needs and allowing others to meet them is what tanks us up and makes us feel better. We feel more satisfied and fulfilled and we feel able to give from a full heart rather than an empty one.
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One Response to Irlens Syndrome and Colour Sensitivity

  1. Thank You! As you so aptly said: Separation is the biggest cause of dis-ease!
    We separate ourselves from Mother Nature and the Great Creator, when we are the same colors of spring, summer, fall, winter. We are the same colors of each other and God!
    In the hope You find Love close at hand, PortiaSLB

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