Integrated Wholeness of the Heart

Yes, it’s true. We HSPs are born with a tendency to notice more subtleties in our environments, and to reflect more deeply on our perceptions emotionally, intellectually, socially and spiritually. I have also found through my years of working with HSPs that many of us are unfortunately victims of * ruminating, * When in this over aroused state, we can easily become upset by our assumptions and intense emotions. We can also become “other focused” losing touch with our own thoughts, feelings and needs.
“Integrated Wholeness of the Heart” is a model I created which invites us to become *Mindful* and self-aware vs other aware. It asks us to use our depth of processing abilities to choose to act vs react, with honor, in accordance with our truest and wisest HSP self. Elaine Aron talks about this wise self in her book, The Undervalued Self. Brene Brown, in her latest book, Rising Strong calls this process: “The Reckoning, The Rumble, and the Revolution.

"Emotions fueled by unchecked assumptions are like wide fire on a windy day."

There will be time for hands-on practice with both models and you will leave with an integrated action plan to get you unstuck from some of your most troubling situations.

Cost: $245 – 3.5 hour class, two parts.

“Honoring our inevitable emotional reactions to disturbing events and taking appropriate action when deemed appropriate is a strength of the empowered HSP.”

Depth of Processing

Depth of processing is the most basic aspect of our SPS trait, and results in the deep, rich inner life most HSPs experience. Research has shown more brain activation in the prefrontal cortex and in a part of the brain called the insula which has sometimes been referred to as the ‘seat of consciousness.’ This creates the tendency to reflect more than others about the “way the world is going or “the meaning of life.” By integrating information and experiences, from both past and present, the HSP’s unique depth of processing can enable a sense and understanding of longer term consequences and may be able to influence future decisions with more creative and expansive thought.