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Ranked top 1.5% most followed and shared podcast globally. Empowering the highly sensitive and neurodiverse. Sharing all the ways you are needed and valuable in the world. As a sensitivity and late diagnosed autism in women expert, psychotherapist, and founder of the online Sensitive Empowerment community, my mission is to help you reduce the challenges of having a sensitive nervous system so you can access your many gifts and thrive to your fullest potential. See show notes at HSPpodcast.co ...
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You can listen to this episode of the HSP Painting Company podcast for free. If you like what you hear and want to hear more, subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher and never miss an episode! The HSP Painting Company podcast is a great way to stay updated on the latest painting and remodeling tips, tricks and news from the HSP family of companies. We summarize the week’s blog posts from the HSP blog so that you can save time with a long blog post again!
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Summary In this episode, Julie Bjelland discusses the challenges of sensitivity and how they can impact highly sensitive and neurodivergent individuals. She shares her own experiences and highlights the importance of validation, understanding, and self-care. Some of the challenges discussed include sound sensitivity, feeling misunderstood, managing…
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Show Notes Julie and Willow discuss the challenges of planning and traveling, the importance of trust and presence, and their love for animals and nature. In this conversation, Julie and Willow discuss the joy of observing sea creatures and the importance of deep connections. They share personal stories of friendship and the freedom of being authen…
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The conversation between Julie Bjelland and Willow McIntosh covers self-acceptance, neurodiversity, sensory experiences, and the impact of personal discovery on mental and physical health. The discussion also delves into the importance of connection, shared experiences, and the significance of rest and self-care for highly sensitive individuals. Th…
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In this episode, Krista discusses the topic of grieving the loss of a parent. She covers the messiness of grief, the factors that influence grief experiences, and the four tasks of mourning: accepting the loss, processing grief, adjusting to a new reality, and finding a lasting connection. She also shares the six needs of a grieving person, includi…
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Episode Summary: In this episode of the HSP and Neurodivergent podcast, psychotherapist Julie Bjelland delves deep into the hidden world of autistic women, aiming to illuminate the unique challenges and strengths that have not been well understood until now. A significant focus is placed on the reality that many autistic women remain undiagnosed, o…
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In this episode, I discuss the differences that set autism apart from high sensitivity, particularly in women. I highlight the outdated diagnostic criteria for autism and the misdiagnosis or lack of diagnosis in many women. We'll explore the unique characteristics of autistic women, such as the challenges of masking, the need for solitude, and the …
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Eli is known for her vibrant use of colour with multiple mediums including acrylic, gouache, ink, pastel, colour pencil, and collage, and as a highly sensitive artist with autism, Eli's work often reflects in-depth emotional themes. Her work has been featured in public exhibitions and private collections all around the world and she has also master…
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In this episode, I take you on a deeply personal journey through some of the most challenging phases of my life. I open up about the experience of facing an empty nest, the physical and emotional upheaval brought on by menopause, and the profound insights I gained from understanding how autism impacts me and others who are sensitive. These challeng…
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In this insightful presentation, Val discusses how highly sensitive people are making self-employment a viable option. Val addresses the 3 main concerns for people considering self-employment: Money Marketing Energy Practical strategies are given to break things down into manageable steps, including letting go of all the ‘outside noise’, tuning in …
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Being an HSP is a blessing, but it can also be exhausting, so a decluttering approach centered around energy management, self-compassion, and gratitude is exactly what we need, and we can create space and opportunities for growth by clearing physical and emotional clutter. Learn how decluttering as a family can cultivate mindfulness and confidence …
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An important area for the well-being of HSPs is self-acceptance. Yet what does this really mean and how do we know when we have a good bearing on it? Self acceptance is one of the greatest foundations of feeling joyful. Conversely, self rejection can be sneaky in how it operates, and a very painful place to operate from, especially as a deep feelin…
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I am thrilled to share a special concert with you from Rachelle Jeanty, an international singer-songwriter, keynote speaker, and proud HSP. She toured with Celine Dion, has 4 albums, a Ted Talk, and sold-out concerts worldwide. I love that She’s a listener on The HSP Podcast, and that’s how we connected. We were so honored that She recorded a speci…
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Have you always wondered something about Willow or me? Join us for a fun conversation where you have a chance to get to know us better! Here are some of the questions we answered... What is your most unusual sensitivity? When did you both realize you had High Sensory gifts, and what were/are they? Have more gifts opened up since you first recognize…
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High sensitivity is an essential trait that has evolved for the survival of the species, and understanding this leads us to a more compassionate understanding of ourselves. The challenges experienced by us as HSPs are not from any inherent flaw within us but rather from a disparity between our sensitivity levels and the demands of the external envi…
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We will all grieve at some point - not only because grief comes in many forms (not only from the death of a loved one) but also because death is a natural part of being human. Yet we live in a grief and trauma illiterate society which often isolates and harms those doing their best to keep their head above water and find their way forward through a…
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Have you ever felt that yearning for something yet found the path to change daunting? We're here to remind you that even amid uncertainty, change is possible, and the rewards are immeasurable. So, whether you're on the cusp of change, already knee-deep in transformation, or simply contemplating the possibilities, I invite you to join us on this enl…
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Join our four HSP Coaches for this enlightening discussion about the recent book Sensitive by Jenn Granneman and Andre Solo. Together, our coaches will bring perspectives on sensitivity as it relates to parenting, career choices, being self-employed, and working in corporate environments. New insights and real-life stories will be highlighted, and …
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Highly sensitive people (HSPs) may encounter specific challenges when making friends due to their unique traits and sensitivities. Learn some reasons why HSPs might find it more challenging to make friends. HSPs can make friends by leveraging their unique traits and sensitivities. Learn some specific tips to help build meaningful friendships. Remem…
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Join host Andrea Weber with special guest Dr. Julia Hipp as they discuss the benefits of being in tune with our bodies and how this can be helpful to our health and well-being. Highly sensitive people have the gift of being able to do this more so than others when we are taking care of ourselves, when we are listening, and when we are honoring our …
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Dream Circles – what are they, why are they important vehicles for dream appreciation, and how do you form one for your family or friends? These and other queries will be the focus of this intriguing class. Dreams are stories emerging from our inner wisdom. They speak a non-literal, symbolic language. This introductory class offers participants an …
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In this workshop, you'll learn about how the science of Positive Psychology and the method of Shadow Work can help you thrive as an HSP. In a world full of overwhelm and stimulation having Positive Psychology as a tool is a must for HSPs to thrive. It increases brain regions responsible for creativity and productivity and shuts down those responsib…
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Julie Aird has seen firsthand how powerful and profound Inner Child Work can be for personal growth and transformation through her own experiences as well as her clients. Julie is excited to share with you a specific inner child practice that she has found to be one of the most powerful tools used in her 30+ years of personal and spiritual work. Wo…
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Practicing intentional self-discovery after experiencing transitions (relationship/friendship/family/health/life changes, moves, career changes, etc) as well as learning about the trait of high sensitivity is crucial for reconnecting with our truest authentic selves and ensuring that we live in alignment with our current needs and values. Transitio…
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Gracie King talks with Jenn Granneman about all things 'Sensitive' -The Hidden Power of the Highly Sensitive Person in a Loud, Fast, Too-Much World - and the important messages and insights it gives into the lives of highly sensitive people. Topics covered included: how Jenn, as an introverted HSP, balances demanding entrepreneurship with meeting h…
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This restorative sound bath with crystal and Himalayan singing bowls was created to promote deep relaxation and stress relief. Singing bowls elicit frequencies and vibrations that support the brain and work on a cellular level to promote a sense of inner peace, clarity & centeredness, which can help reduce stress and promote a renewed sense of well…
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As HSPs, one of the greatest challenges we face is managing our energy and our thoughts. This can wreak havoc when it comes to our well-being, productivity, and sense of self-value. It is often helpful to consider that we are not our minds. Even though our minds can feel so prominent to us as HSPs because of how extensively we are processing. The n…
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Join us as we explore how to help our young HSP adults transition through major milestones such as finishing school, starting college, moving out of home, taking on their first jobs, and navigating the world around them. Some of the topics discussed include: The inherent challenges within transitions and their impact on HSPs What needs young adult …
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The trait of high sensitivity is becoming more and more widely known in the world these days. We are beginning to understand the advantages as well as learning how to manage our challenges. It is most encouraging to know that the trait is genetic and not caused through trauma or conditioning. It is naturally occurring and designed to give the human…
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The notion of value can mean different things. Yet in the context of personal value, it can mean the difference between a life of struggle and one of meaning and abundance. As HSPs, the value we bring to the world is often connected to our ability to process more deeply. In other words, the way in which we see and perceive the world brings a valuab…
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In a recent survey of 326 HSPs collected over five days between December 17-22, 2022 over 90% of HSPs have had thoughts of suicide. over 18% have attempted suicide almost 33% use alcohol or drugs to numb emotional pain. We can learn a lot from this survey on how to support and save HSP lives. Things that were named that make it hard to cope Overwhe…
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Willow shares: The depth of our relationship with the natural world is often a very important part of who we are as HSPs. Yet for many of us religion and spirituality become tricky areas. Usually because we have been having a powerful spiritual relationship with the world around us ever since we were little. Oftentimes we are told or taught as youn…
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Climate anxiety and eco-grief are on the rise. Yet the terms are so new that you may not even know that’s what you’re experiencing. According to Dr. Stowe, Executive Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program, the most important impact we, as individuals, can have on climate change is by increasing "climate conversations." So let's tal…
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Selling your home can be challenging, especially if buyers show no interest. There are many reasons why this might be the case - maybe your home needs to look more appealing, or you made some poor aesthetic choices. A fresh coat of paint can help, but only if you know what you're doing. Painting your house can be a disaster if you're not careful. T…
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Although some people may not see the ceiling as a priority for home makeovers, it is one of the structures that give your home curb appeal. Plus, fresh paint on your ceiling can change the interior brightness of your home, depending on your chosen color. So when you're planning a DIY project, be sure to take your time and plan everything out carefu…
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Being a beginner in painting can be daunting, and it's easy to make mistakes, which is why many people leave their job to professionals. However, you can still paint like a pro with some research! If you want to know some of the secrets professionals use, you're in the right place. This podcast will tell you how to paint like a pro, even as a begin…
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Sharing a personal update and a new resource I created for you to help you advocate for your needs medically. Plus, I talk about the Standford Neurodiversity Summit, the similarities and differences between Autism and HSPs, and how our challenges with Sensory Overload are similar for those of us high on the sensitivity scale. Sensory Overload tends…
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This interview is part of the Empaths, Sensitives & Intuitives Summit, a free online event. For more information, please visit https://evolvedempathsummit.com. This recording is a copyright of The Shift Network. All rights reserved. I'll discuss the three steps to conscious wellness for Highly Sensitive People and Empaths. Learn about high sensitiv…
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Big life changes (even positive ones!) can turn our worlds upside down. For HSPs, being able to put many routines on autopilot can save precious energy and processing time. So how can we better navigate the big changes that interrupt our finely honed routines? This event addresses why change impacts HSPs so much, and how we can better prepare for e…
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As HSPs we actually have an advantage when it comes to discovering our purpose. Our ability to process the world at a deeper level allows us particular abilities. These abilities are intended and why the trait naturally occurs in 20% of the population. The way in which we each process the world from a sensory point of view is unique to each of us, …
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Sarah McCrum has a most intuitive and insightful perspective about money, how money is seen, how it is valued and how it is used. Her enlightened approach has helped so many people make a real difference in their lives, both personally and professionally. So much of what is possible for us to accomplish is unwittingly blocked by our own ingrained b…
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Conscious living means paying attention to what supports our mind, body, and soul to help us live fulfilling, healthy lives. As sensitive people, we are exposed to and more affected by stress, environmental concerns, the energy of the people around us, and what we eat! Overwhelm, anxiety, brain fog, low energy and mood, skin problems, pain, chronic…
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Thousands of people all over the world manage environmental sensitivities every day. While chemical sensitivity, mold sensitivity, and sensitivity to light and noise are more readily understood and accepted, there is still much-needed change around electrical sensitivity (EHS or sensitivity to EMFs). Environmentally sensitive people typically strug…
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Making decisions as HSPs can be taxing at the best of times. Our ability to process at a deep level means we can end up in an ever-expanding thought cycle. Things can become quite difficult when coupled with the anxiety of a potentially unwanted outcome. With high levels of intuition and the ability to feel deeply, we have a significant advantage i…
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Calling all Empaths! Do you and your children have difficulty discerning which emotions are yours vs. which belong to other people? As a parent, do you sometimes get overwhelmed or into conflict with your sensitive empathic child when they show intense emotions? This event includes an overview of the energetic anatomy of empathy and an introduction…
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During this self-care practice, Sara gently guides us through a series of at-home rituals and sends us healing reiki to help create a clear and clean energetic line. I encourage you to revisit this whenever life gets overwhelming and you desire peace, calm, and focus. Please add your comments and thank Sara for sharing these beautiful tools with us…
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Julie and Willow answer your HSP Questions! How can we stay regulated and balanced while we are feeling deep excitement so we can sleep? Can you speak to how perfectionism keeps us trapped from trying out new things and leading our lives with curiosity? I get severe overwhelm when driving, particularly in busy or unfamiliar areas. Also going to pla…
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The human mind is wired to look out for us which can often mean thinking worst-case scenarios and a negative view of things. It takes conscious effort to maintain a positive outlook for us all, which of course is not always easy. As HSPs we sometimes have a tendency to turn our powerful cognitive processing ability in on ourselves. When this is cou…
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HSPs high on my Sensitivity Scale tend to absorb the world's pain. Plus life can hit us with a bunch of emotional wounds or hard times all at impacting both our physical and mental health. Examples of Emotional Wounding… Painful world events and images seen on the news Social media, discrimination, hatred… Death or pain of loved ones including anim…
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Realizing you have environmental sensitivities to things like chemicals, EMFs or mold can be overwhelming. Many people don't know much about these sensitivities, what to do, where to go for help or how to explain what's happening and this can lead to additional stress and emotional burden on top of what is already being experienced with physical sy…
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