Tuesday, April 18, 2023
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Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS) is a genetic trait found in 15 to 20 percent of the population. Those of us with SPS, also known as Highly Sensitive People, are experiencing the world in profoundly meaningful ways, but we often walk through life feeling “different,” like we “don’t fit in,” even worrying that something is “wrong with us.” Research shows that this genetic trait exists in many different species of animals (more than 100), which suggests that the trait exists for a reason. Whether or not we “fit in” conventionally, we certainly belong, and we have very important gifts to share. Join me for this micro-group discussion on what it means to be highly sensitive and what we can do to navigate and thrive in a culture designed for overload.
In order to ensure a safe space in which highly sensitive people feel comfortable, registration is limited to 4 participants for this session. Please contact me if you are unable to register but have an interest in attending a future discussion. You are also welcome to reach out to me with questions, comments, or just to say hello!
Tara Caimi is a certified life coach, personal growth guide, and author. She mentors highly sensitive people, empaths, introverts, and multipotentialites who have either lost or not yet found the meaning and fulfillment they seek, reconnect with their inner truth and repower to move forward from a foundation of authenticity. Tara holds a BA in journalism and psychology, an MFA in creative writing, and CLC through Life Purpose Institute. She is also a book coach, helping heart-centered authors illuminate their authentic voices to craft and share their stories.