Some people are more sensitive than others. They are automatically more sensitive to the spheres around them. If a sensitive person enters a room where there has been a brawling quarrel, he or she will feel this right away. Or if, for example, there is tension between people, you can also feel this flawlessly as a sensitive person. It can make you feel sad and confused because you feel ‘something’ but you can not explain exactly what it ‘just’ feel. Many children are also very sensitive.

If you go to places where many people gather, e.g. at a reception, in a bar, during shopping, airport etc. it is useful to close yourself off before you leave your house. If you do not do this then your energy can be sucked away by people who have less energy. They do not do this consciously but it is annoying for you. Or you can, for example, go to the cinema very cheerfully but if you happen to just sit next to someone who is depressed then you have a chance that you pick up these feelings and in this way get a depressing feeling. You don’t know which emotionens are yours or if they belong to somebody else?

You can prevent this by closing your aura and enery-field before you leave home. You close your eyes and you visualize that you surround yourself with a bright white or golden light; from crown to toes, all around you. That way your energy stays with you and the energy of the other person can not come to you. Simple and very effective! Try to do this every day and teach (your) children how to do this.

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Are you a Highly Sensitive Person?

If you answer “yes” to the questions below at least 20 times, you are a highly sensitive person.

  1. I am always aware of subtle signals in my environment.
  2. I am often affected, sometimes severely so, by other people’s moods.
  3. I am quite sensitive to physical pain.
  4. On busy days or during hectic activity, I notice a (strong) urge to withdraw to my bed or a dark room (or some other place where I can be alone).
  5. I am particularly sensitive to the effects of caffeine (predominantly in coffee).
  6. I easily get distressed by influences such as bright lights, house or trance music, strong odours, coarsely woven fabrics, or loud sirens.
  7. I have a rich and complex inner world of experience. My imagination is broader than that of the average person.
  8. I feel uncomfortable in conversations with a strong emotional charge, shouting, or people who are covertly aggressive and even more so at overt aggression.
  9. I can be deeply touched or affected by beautiful things, rich settings, sensitive art, or special artworks.
  10. I am conscientious (sometimes excessively so). I can even be a hair-splitting perfectionist who keeps aiming high.
  11. I startle easily, even when I know that logically nothing is wrong or can be wrong.
  12. I easily feel rushed when I have to really make an effort (or do things) over a short period of time.
  13. When people feel uncomfortable in their physical environment, I usually know what is required to counter such feelings (for example dimming the lights, opening a window, lighting incense, or relocating furniture).vI get irritated when people try to force me to accept all sorts of quick and seemingly logical conclusions.
  14. I try hard not to forget things, as I have a tendency to be slightly chaotic.
  15. I don’t watch any violent or shallow movies or TV shows as a matter of principle.
  16. I grow increasingly uncomfortable when two people simultaneously try to get my attention.
  17. Hunger can exert a strong negative influence on my ability to concentrate and/or on my mood.
  18. I find changes unsettling, particularly sudden ones. I have a high need for control and certainty. I am sometimes accused of trying to govern (or even dominate) my environment by it.
  19. I am very much open to delicate sensory experiences, such as subtle fragrances, flavours, sounds, and skin contact, which I enjoy intensely.
  20. I sometimes avoid people, situations (i.e. public transport), or locations (buildings or specific streets), without any clear reason for doing so. I suspect that I perceive unseen things on such occasions. I may even hear voices (of the deceased, for instance).
  21. When I have to compete with someone, or when I am watched closely, I get so nervous or tense that I perform far below my usual levels.
  22. As a child, my parents or teachers regarded me as sensitive or shy.
  23. I usually pick up emotions, tension, desires, and projections from my environment, and I am unable to just shut these things out.
  24. My sensitivity is prevalent among other members of my family.
  25. I may drink or smoke heavily in order to sedate my sensitivity as much as possible.

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