Mel Collins 'Highly Sensitive People: Embracing the Gifts of Sensitivity', Dartington Hall, Saturday, 26. October 2019

MEL COLLINS ‘Highly Sensitive People – Embracing the Gifts of Sensitivity’“Transform feeling overwhelmed and frazzled to empowered and fulfilled.” 
Are you highly empathic and a deep thinker? Do you process emotions more deeply and for longer than others seem to do? Do you have healing or psychic abilities or have a strong affinity with animals, nature or crystals? Are you able to pick up on subtleties that others are unaware of? And do you get affected by environmental and sensory stimuli, such as crowds, too much noise, smells or EMFs from things like wi-fi, computers, mobiles etc and need to withdraw on a regular basis? If you do you may be an HSP.
One in five people are born with the trait of high sensitivity (This innate temperament trait is also known as sensory processing sensitivity, because of the depth of sensory, environmental and information processing that happens within the biological nervous systems and brains of Highly Sensitive People) But the general lack of awareness about this trait and appreciation of sensitivity in our society leaves too many HSPs struggling in this non-sensitive world.
Based on her book ‘The Handbook for Highly Sensitive People’, this workshop offers a complete mind, body, spirit perspective about being Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) and helps you to discover if you are one. It will also offer practical strategies to manage certain aspects of the trait including:
* Learning how to protect your energy so you stop being an empathic sponge or taking on other people’s energies.
* The importance of grounding.
* Coping with over-arousal when there is too much sensory stimulation.
* Using EFT to deal with overwhelm and to optimise emotional health. (Emotional Freedom Technique which is also called ‘tapping’)
* The importance of self-love
* Meditation exercises to help you access your own inner guidance and to call on the unseen help around you.
* Learn how to thrive and not just survive as an HSP

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Saturday, 26. October 2019, Dartington Hall, Mel Collins 'Highly Sensitive People: Embracing the Gifts of Sensitivity'

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