You’re too sensitive, you cry too much, you feel too deeply…

Have any of these statements been said about you?

And how could these help you create an AMAZING business?

Did you know that 20% of the human population are Highly Sensitive?

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Highly Sensitive People have physiological differences and studies are proving there are chemical differences too, including serotonin and dopamine.

It is said serotonin can affect moods, social behaviour, gastrointestinal processes and sleep. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that acts within systems in the body too, including the reward system – pleasure.

Empaths make up around 4% of the Highly Sensitive population, see my blog about being an Empath.

When you feel like you cry too much, or people call you too sensitive, I really want you to know that it’s a gift and is acknowledgement of a strength.

Having the right tools and tips to assist you in getting to know this gift, and embracing a support team to help you, are important in helping you to live your best life as a sensitive person.

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Someone to talk to and help you understand the way you can recognise when you are feeling what is yours and when you are taking on the moods and feelings of others.

It is also valuable to have a community of people who know what it’s like to be labelled “thin skinned” and “sensitive” or even “sooky la la”. They can sympathise, but also provide you with backup and strength for you to begin appreciating your ability and using it to help you be of service to others.

Being a highly sensitive person, and empath, creates opportunities for you to grow your business and create relationships with people from an intuitive level … Strengthening the bond with your clients and making them feel heard and supported.

When you recognise your Empathic abilities, and put them to use, your business can improve and attract prosperity and abundance.

You are able to live and do business with a solid foundation, being aware of when you are feeling from within and recognising what your true self desires.

You can release the negativity and triggers that you take on from others, and adopt your own shiny soul calling.

The wanting to help ‘everybody’ can be detrimental to your business, while you are doing everything for free for everybody.

Knowing your abilities as an Empath and implementing the Five Pillars of Emotional Boundaries will give you more pleasure while you are working within your business and even in your life, as you are being aligned with what works for you.

It will also make the bank balance look healthy – as you can help others with an energetic exchange being involved when they complete the loop and pay you for your services.

Recognising that being an Empath is beneficial to you and your business, and having the support to help you through and make the most of it, creates a beautiful combination in making the most out of your life, living your purpose and managing a great business.

If you would like to build your business with ease and grace, through accepting and using the sensitive side of you and setting up boundaries to honour your true self, come and join me on the Encore Free Call – Could You Be an Empath?  Click here to register for the call.

11 thoughts on “You’re too sensitive, you cry too much, you feel too deeply…

  1. CecilyAUlrey

    You really ensure it is seem really easy with the presentation however i find this matter being
    really something which I think I would never understand.
    It appears too complicated and extremely broad for me. I'm looking forward for your forthcoming post, I am going to try to obtain the hang of it!

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  2. Valerie

    I do feel I'm an empath and pretty sensitive (if not highly sensitive) and I completely get what you are saying. It's been so important for me to protect myself from the emotional energy of others. And sometimes I fail. Just this week I had incredible difficulty releasing negativity & triggers that we being directed at my by others. And then I have to make sure I don't beat up on myself for being too sensitive and not being able to release it soon. 🙂

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    1. Maria Post author

      Hi Valerie – I so resonate – it is lovely to find the on and off switch – its there – it takes practice and awareness, which you are building on. All the best xx

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  3. Cathy Sykora

    Having boundaries and knowing what is yours and what is someone else's emotional ground is very important and something that is a must when operating a successful business. This is interesting and great information. Healthy boundaries are something that everyone can benefit from, knowing what is your responsibility and what is not. I've seen a lot of people take responsibility for the emotions and feelings of others when it really had nothing at all to do with them. The best way I've found to handle situations like this is through setting clear boundaries and checking in with myself. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Maria Post author

      Hi Cathy – it sounds like you have practiced this alot – I know from my experience that is the key to know your energies, your boundaries and then practicing. xx

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  4. april

    i was always told i was "too emotional," yet at the same time i always knew it was a good thing – something to be embraced and nurtured. it meant i felt things deeply, i could connect more intensely. and i liked that. thank you for bringing the virtues of an empath out into the open.

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  5. Cathy

    Boundaries and community support are invaluable – even for those who don't consider themselves "sensitive", as I used to do. Th estronger I build those two essential foundations, the more I realize how much the world around me was effecting me. What a great course to offer, Maria!

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