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Empowering highly sensitive people around the world. Sharing all the ways you are needed and valuable in the world. As a sensitivity 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 the many gifts of this trait and thrive to your fullest potential. Explore all episodes and learn more at HSPpodcast.com Take the free Sensitivity Quiz and explore all my HSP r ...
 
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HSPs tend to be over-givers and toxic people tend to be over-takers. This dynamic has been played out for many of us either in our families, friendships, romantic relationships, or even with work colleagues. Types of toxic relationships included in this discussion: Family Romantic Friendships Work Relationship stages Honeymoon stage (6 months-brain…
 
Slow down and give yourself the gift of meditation. Find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed and let me guide you to a state of self-love and self-honoring. You will find yourself becoming more conscious of your internal world and making choices that make you feel good. Listen to more meditations at HSPpodcast.com Join my Sensitive Empowerme…
 
Michael shares: “I share my process of allowing my higher self to guide me on my journey of healing and transformation. You have an innate guidance system that will help you navigate difficult times and reveal paths to grow and transform into your greatest self. Finding a balance between empathy, healthy boundaries and personal power can help you l…
 
Have you ever been asked the question, what is your reality? Or how do you see the world? One of the greatest tools we have as an HSP is the way in which our cognitive perception works. We get so used to how we experience sensory information we forget that it is actually different from non-HSPs. Yet, why is it important to know this? The way in whi…
 
Today we celebrate our 100th Episode on World HSP Day! Yay! I'm answering HSP questions! Here are the questions HSPs asked from my Sensitive Empowerment Community! I would like to understand the difference between the two terms Processing time vs Restorative time a little better. how to help ourselves when we experience feelings of disappointment. …
 
Current times are challenging. Several months into a pandemic with no known end in sight, dividing families, economic crisis, racial unrest, political divide, climate crisis, etc. Families are struggling. It’s easy for fear to take over in all this uncertainty and when you combine the intensity of emotion we experience as HSPs it can be overwhelmin…
 
We are experiencing extreme challenges in the world right now and some moments are really difficult. I share some tools that help me during hard moments. Explore resources for HSPs, including a free Sensitivity Quiz at www.juliebjelland.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-bjelland/message…
 
We will learn how the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) can help HSPs deal with overwhelm or feelings of stress, anxiety, or shyness, or can help them excavate and identify feelings they’ve lost touch with and we will go through a round or two of EFT so we can be comfortable using it on ourselves. Terry wants us to know that the power to feel bette…
 
This is the most crucial upcoming election in the United States that we have ever had and there is a lot at stake. I’ve always believed that Highly sensitive people can make a true difference in the world. I have a commitment to helping to empower you in all ways. So I want to empower you to vote in this upcoming election. This is the most crucial …
 
Joy! What does it look and feel like to be truly happy as an HSP? What is it exactly we are striving for? Are we often comparing our happiness to what it looks like in non HSPs? The pursuit of happiness is a huge topic in itself and is often referred to as being only attained through the acceptance that we can’t be happy all the time! However it go…
 
Dreams are a powerful tool for deep self-knowledge and inner guidance. Why dreams matter, the different kinds of dreams, dream interpretation, dream retention. Dr. Lourdes Viado is a Jungian psychotherapist with a private practice in Las Vegas NV, where she helps anxious, stressed out, sensitive women manage their lives without feeling like they’re…
 
Loved the power of this conversation so much! Enjoy the meditation she does at the end too! Emotional integration ( the mindfulness of feeling) is a unique technique that everyone can learn to create a healthy and positive relationship with their emotions especially for those of us that are highly sensitive people. Lucia shares: "I would love to ta…
 
Here are the questions submitted from my Sensitive Empowerment community. What are some effective ways I can practice to try to quiet or tune out the words that others have said to me so that I can focus on taking care of myself? I often find that I am responding to what's going on outside of me, and in particular, what others are thinking about me…
 
Discussing honoring sensitivity, LGBTQ equality, equal rights, educating ourselves about how to heal systemic racism and how we can support black, indigenous people of color (BIPOC) So important for us to be ourselves in the world and not only accept differences but to embrace differences Let’s start celebrating the beauty of all of our differences…
 
HSPs typically fall into two categories when we fall out of sync with ourselves. We become either the ‘pusher’ or the ‘hider’. These two shadow sides of our character cause us to either force ourselves to try to get what we need or we go the other way and hide altogether. Neither are effective strategies to function and are a clear indicator we are…
 
Sinead shares: “Discussing my own path as an HSP and how I navigated it. I want to talk about how Tarot and archetypal work helped me understand myself and help me with my sensitivities. I would also be happy to teach the listeners a few tips on how to access their intuition quickly and with confidence.”Bio: Sinead Fine is a Natural therapist and P…
 
Reiki, a form of energy healing which originated in Japan about 100 years ago, allows recipients to drop into a place of deep healing and relaxation. HSPs can benefit from energy work especially, as they are more likely than others to pick up energy around them and might need help with releasing it. During my sessions with clients, I incorporate vi…
 
At some point in the highly sensitive person's life, someone said they were "too sensitive." It makes you doubt yourself and ignore your needs. How to use journaling to honor your sensitive needs and set boundaries. Especially with people who don't honor your boundaries. Mai Oliphant helps people use journaling for healing and growth. Download free…
 
My Sensitive Empowerment Community has become a beautiful, supportive, loving family of HSPs from all over the world. We share our experiences, connect, make friends, and support each other daily. I also offer weekly live events. I'm sharing the audio from one of our events in hopes it helps you too. This was our 57th event and all previous events …
 
HSPs have the capability of making a huge difference in the world. In fact, we need more HSPs to step into heart-centered leadership roles and makers of positive change. Your heart and your gifts are needed. But if we don’t know how to take care of ourselves in the right ways we are doing a disservice to the world by not showing up thriving. Most o…
 
I had a beautiful, heartfelt conversation with author and speaker Michael Arterberry about his journey from hardship, trauma, and growing up in dysfunction to being able to break the cycle and now help others! I am so inspired by his story of strength and resilience and believe you will love it too! Michael now uses those experiences to speak to an…
 
What is HSS? How can we recognise this part of the trait and what does it mean? How can we be of best service to ourselves when we have this part of the trait? We will be looking at how to manage the need for high sensation experiences when they can so easily lead to overwhelm. Also how to recognise this in others, perhaps friends and family member…
 
What makes some people take steps towards positive change and others get stuck? We explore what several HSPs had to say about their first steps of sensitive empowerment. Let’s get inspired together! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-bjelland/message
 
What is self-care? How is self-care different for HSPs? How does it need to be different during a global pandemic? Willow and I share what helps us stay resilient so we can stay balanced, take care of ourselves, our families, and stay productive in our work helping others. Visit HSPpodcast.com to read show notes, leave us a voice message, and get l…
 
I share what I find hard and what I’m hearing is hard for HSPs. I also share the results of a poll I did on what self-care HSP therapists are doing that helps. Visit HSPpodcast.com to leave comments about what is hard and what’s helping. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-bjelland/message…
 
In this week's episode we look at the challenge that anxiety often poses for people born with the trait of sensory processing sensitivity. The ability to process deeply can often be turned against us when we focus on worst outcomes. Through the relationship we have with trust we can learn to manage difficult thought processes and the habitual tende…
 
It’s common for highly sensitive people to have a busy mind and have a hard time turning it off to relax. I hope this meditation helps you relax and find peace as you visualize a beautiful stream in the forest during this meditation.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-bjelland/message…
 
This is one of the questions I’m asked the most. We will discuss some of the challenges you have named and the benefits of talking about the trait.HSPs have named the following on why it might be hard to tell people: Don’t know how to describe it Shame about being highly sensitive Don’t think people are interested in it Worry people think you are a…
 
Are You Blooming or Wilting?HSPs who are wilting (and not blooming) often experience:Feeling stuck, overwhelmed, anxious, depressed, or having a hard time coping with the state of intense stress in your life and the worldHaving difficulty being productiveLow energy and motivationFeeling tired, depleted or difficulty sleepingFeeling emotionally unst…
 
I discovered a beautiful stream on a hike and created a meditation with the sounds of the steam and birds in the distance so you can have a beautiful sensory experience listening and imagining you are there next to this stream as you drift off to sleep peacefully ❤️ Enjoy and let me know if it helped you sleep! ❤️--- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
One of the most effective paths to peace and meaning is honesty. An active inquiry to reveal the truth of who we are. As an HSP this can sometimes feel like a lonely path if we feel misunderstood, causing us to want to hide and protect who we really are. Each of us are born with an authentic heart, a unique way of seeing the world, a wish to bring …
 
Are you a fixer and an over-giver in your relationships? It can be common for HSPs to feel like they give more than they receive. We will discuss how to create healthy friendships and relationships. We'll talk about how vulnerability leads to connection and how to feel safe to be yourself so you can connect deeply. We'll discuss healthy boundary se…
 
An impromptu chat and question and answer session within my Sensitive Empowerment Community! Discussed in this episode: Feeling like it is hard to tell other's about our trait of high sensitivity How this trait evolved as a survival strategy Why this trait is needed in the world How feeling marginalized might impact us Internal vs external validati…
 
As highly sensitive people sometimes life can be very challenging when we have intensely difficult feelings. I hope this meditation supports you through hard moments. From a listener... "I listened to this yesterday and it was very helpful in normalizing my experience. I am now experimenting with starting my one hour of down time after work with on…
 
Enjoy time in the forest connecting to nature and relaxing.From Listeners... “I felt like I was there walking through the forest with you! I could almost smell the pine needles and hear them crunching under my feet, see the sunlight coming through the trees... it was wonderful.” "I live in a city and crave access to nature, and when I listened to t…
 
Learning how to give yourself what you needed as a child can be a powerful healing practice that can transform your life. Discussions in this episode: Let’s explore the concept of caring for your inner child Getting to know and connecting with your inner child. We share our stories too. What did you need that you didn’t get? Learning to listen to y…
 
What a beautiful community of HSPs we have in our Sensitive Empowerment Community! Thank you for all the wonderful live questions. We started out discussing the post: Anguish and Action: Be the Change. Supporting ourselves through intense emotions so we can be our best selves to listen, learn, and grow to be the change we need in the world. Here ar…
 
Being a deep feeler in the world can sometimes be difficult when we have intensely strong emotions. I hope this meditation supports you and calms you. For more meditations visit www.HSPpodcast.com and for tips and tools to thrive as a highly sensitive person, a free Sensitivity Quiz and to join my Sensitive Empowerment community visit www.juliebjel…
 
Following a previous episode about self-compassion, the powerful technique for managing our feelings, we turn our attention to the power of validation. As high sensory people, we can often get overly affected by other people's opinions and expectations of us. So much so we can even lose track of a sense of meaning in our lives and the very reason n…
 
HSPs are some of the kindest, most compassionate people in the world, toward others, and yet It’s common for HSPs to have a lot of negative self-talk and lack healthy self-compassion. This can be particularly damaging during times of high stress when we need to be a compassionate, caring friend to support ourselves through intense emotions. We will…
 
Emotional wounding needs care just as much as physical wounding does, especially for highly sensitive people who can feel things so deeply. This emotional healing meditation will help you to become more relaxed and at peace. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-bjelland/message
 
Recognizing core beliefs can be pivotal to developing confidence and high self-esteem as a Highly Sensitive or “High Sensory intelligent” person. We often feel so strongly about the injustices in the world, it can upset us deeply when our core beliefs are challenged. Or if we witness someone causing harm in a context that we are particularly passio…
 
After working with highly sensitive people as well as high sensation seeking HSPs I have learned important information that may help you feel better if you’re experiencing depression, low mode, or low energy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-bjelland/message
 
Highly sensitive people (HSPs) have a very caring and giving nature. However, sometimes we over-give to the point of being targets to people with toxic or narcissistic tendencies causing an imbalanced, unhealthy dynamic. We’ll talk about the ways that contribute to that dynamic. Almost every HSP I’ve ever spoken to has a story about an unhealthy fr…
 
Michael Smith, Ph.D., of Empath Connection helps you understand the big picture on the planet and connect with your Divine Essence. You'll understand the evolutionary advantages of your sensitivity trait, and how you can harness this trait to be used to help others. He shares a meditation and some vagus nerve hacks that calm the system. You'll come…
 
I share tips to support highly sensitive people (HSPs) working from home right now. Sharing ways to support yourself and your sensitive system as well as tips to create a workspace that works well for HSPs. You’ll add a few tools to your toolbox and information that can help you reduce stress and feel more focused and efficient for work. I teach ho…
 
Learn simple, embodied tools that HSPs can use to calm their nervous system while staying centered and connected to their core selves even when the world is chaotic and uncertain. Discover how to discharge stored stress so it doesn't build up in your body and cause physical, mental, and emotional health issues down the road. Sukie Baxter is a postu…
 
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