How do you protect your sensitive soul?

We live in a world where people mock sensitive souls. Highly sensitive people pick up more information from the world around them and process it at a higher volume, sometimes triggering a sense of being overwhelmed and the need to find a quiet space to regroup.

Something to member about the soft souls is that they have a greater capacity for vulnerability. Being vulnerable does not mean that you are weak, it requires the most intense courage imaginable. This means that only the strong are vulnerable.

The sensitive souls are normally the gifted teachers, traditional healers. People in the top of their fields because that requires you to work on nuances, and for you to have courage.

Yasmeen Engelbrecht - Psychologist

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