Books for Highly Sensitive Children & Adults Hi everyone, I am giving away my books free for 2 days. If you are highly sensitive or have a highly sensitive child, are interested in colour sensitivity, or would like to let go of some negative thought and emotional patterns and find more health and fulfilment, then … Continue reading Free Books on Living with High Sensitivity this Weekend – Sat 26th and Sun 27th May!
Hi everyone, I have been investigating the relationship between light/colour sensitivity and sensory processing disorder. My son and I both have an usual experience of seeing the coloured light waves in the atmosphere and we both have sensory processing disorder. The way we see light affects our perception of colour and can give us multiple … Continue reading New Book on Light Sensitivity “I Can’t Sit on That Red Chair!”
I have been trying to understand my sensitivity to light and colour from many different angles (most of them scientific) but recently something has led me to think about it all from a more spiritual angle. As I have been observing my colour sensitivit symptoms over the last 7 months I have noticed that they … Continue reading Colour Sensitivity – What Colour are You Resisting and Why?
Dear Mr God: About My Heart My heart feels a bit empty sometimes. I can feel disappointed with myself. Life feels difficult and I seem to make other people’s lives difficult too. I am worried sometimes that I am not good enough and although I try my best I am scared that what I do … Continue reading Sensory Processing Disorder – The Prayer of The Highly Sensitive Child
I have had a hec of a Christmas! Nearly every year I suffer with jaw pain at Christmas. It usually starts three weeks before Christmas and builds to some sort of crescendo around Christmas Day! Over the year I have named it Christmasitis! And this year I planned an easy, no pressure, cosy little family … Continue reading Antibiotics or Talking about Connection? – My Choice!
Today I needed to book an appointment for my son to see a dietician. When I realised that I had to go to floor 10 - the top floor of our local hospital - I broke down into tears. Last time I had to go to the top floor of the hospital I used the … Continue reading Sensory Processing Disorder – There may be no diagnosis but it is Real!
We all react in different ways to our life experiences and these reactions become habitual. For example providing that as a child we have experienced comfort when we have been frightened, as an adult we will naturally self-comfort or ask for comfort in a similar situation. In our bodies and ourselves we will immediately feel … Continue reading Why Do We Need Healing?