Appreciate and love the qualities of being HIGHLY SENSITIVE!

Are you highly sensitive, then you probably have a highly sensitive inner critic inside you. You surely know him very well because he keeps whispering into your ear that you

are not good enough

are not strong enough

are too emotional

are not tough enough

are not equal with others.

This particularly refers to us women, as for a long time it has been suggested that we are ‘the weaker sex’. Generations of women before us had to live with this stigma, but we are the ones who have had enough, and we can at last get rid of it.

But the fact is that many women rebel against their highly sensitive natures, instead of standing by them and appreciating them. They prefer taking on masculine patterns of acting hard, rather than living their feminine-sensitive attributes in a positive and constructive way.

Learning to appreciate and love the qualities of being highly sensitive

After all, how can we awaken our power and strength, if we deny important aspects of ourselves? Why do we want to waste our time and energy fighting against our sensitivity with ‘masculine determination’?

The first step to encounter and silence our inner critic is to find out where our restrictive belief patterns come from. Then we should watch which emotions they trigger off in ourselves, and how we normally react.

Once we have recognized this, we should take the next step of stopping to fight the inner critic. As soon as we realise that self-condemnation, feelings of guilt and self-reproach are useless, we can stand up for our sensitivity. Let’s concentrate on the many positive aspects our being highly sensitive provides, and let’s use it constructively. Mankind needs it and us! Today more than ever.


If you need help for self-help, think of my high vibrating Angel Aura Essence ARCHANGEL CHAMUEL. It can support you to love yourself as your are!



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Why HIGHLY SENSITIVE children are labelled too quickly

80% of adults are ‘normally sensitive’. You can easily put two and two together to see who writes the school curriculum for our children, and who writes and develops the teaching methods. It is usually the ‘normally sensitive adults’!

Therefore, it is not surprising that highly sensitive children are ignored when it is about responding to their needs. The problem starts with the fact that many adults do not even know about highly sensitive children. Many adults have a clichéd view of highly sensitive children as being:

  1. restless

Highly sensitive children are often called restless and exhausting because they react to certain situations, changes and tensions more sensitively.

But honestly: what one adult finds a pleasant scent, a reasonable volume or a good light, can be unpleasant for another. So why do we not allow highly sensitive children to feel differently? Why do we call them restless and fretful only because they express their irritation?

  1. shy

Highly sensitive children are often considered to be shy and are treated as such because nobody wants to make the effort to see the difference between being highly sensitive and being shy:

  • For a start highly sensitive and shy people keep their distance from strangers, watching them before they approach them.
  • However, highly sensitive children watch strangers very carefully, are curious, and after they have made their own judgement, they dare to make a step forward.
  • Whereas shy children avoid any eye contact, are tense, nervous, and seem unhappy when they are expected to approach strangers.
  1. introvert

Most people measure the state of being introvert or extrovert by the person’s sociability.

Introvert people often only have one or two friends, and they prefer this to being part of a big group. They would rather stay in the background, watching and thinking about what they see.

Extroverts like approaching others, talking to strangers and dealing with unfamiliar situations.

But there are also extroverts amongst the highly sensitive children! Therefore, it is important not to apply one standard to all, and automatically call highly sensitive children introvert.

  1. over-sensitive

Some experts with medical a background call the phenomenon of being highly sensitive a disorder. For them it is problematic when children are ‘too sensitive’, not being able to filter and coordinate external information and impulses.

This, for instance, appeals to behavioural therapists who apply sensory integration therapy to deal with the problem. They also see being over-sensitive as a problem which should be cured. (1)

Of course, highly sensitive children – just like normally sensitive ones – can have a sensory integration problem. However, seeing this high sensitivity as a basic problem, or wanting to therapeutically treat it, is for me an ‘over-sensitive reaction of insensitive adults’!


The classic among my spiritual tools in connection with children is the Angel Aura Essence ANGEL HARIEL. Not only is it the “spiritual emergency essence for children”, but it has also been used very successfully by people working on their inner child for years.

(1) Aron, Elaine N. ‘The Highly Sensitive Person’

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When HIGHLY SENSITIVES have difficulty getting to know others

How do you feel at a party amongst pushing people and loud music? You do not go to such events in the first place? You avoid crowds, energies that burden you, screaming and noise? Is it possible that you are highly sensitive, too?

70 % of highly sensitive people are introvert, and anything but party animals

According to a study 70 % of highly sensitive people avoid parties, or other social events where it could get crowded. Intuitively they feel the ‘dense’ energies of others, and try to avoid them.

Also loud party music, bright lights, the blaring noise in a pub or bar, or booming bass sounds physically hurt them. It makes them feel uneasy if someone offends them, tries to question them, or interferes within their private sphere. Therefore, they prefer to avoid large scale social events of this sort.

Maybe you have experienced that

  • you feel unwell and isolated in crowds
  • you do not like to approach people you do not know, or start conversation
  • you find small talk more draining than profound conversation
  • you prefer listening rather than taking part in a conversation
  • you feel best close to the exit at a cinema, at a concert, or in large rooms
  • you enjoy being on stage as a creative, artistic person but like to retreat quickly after the event
  • you find the ringing of telephones, and telephone conversations, annoying
  • you prefer working on your own than in a team
  • you keep looking to retreat into nature.

Then how do you get to know new people?

As a highly sensitive person, it is probably very important for you to surround yourself and connect with deeper people who have an honest desire for true feelings, and like to communicate on a higher level.

It might be too tedious or difficult for you to get to know new people because too often you have experienced rejection or boredom.

Where would YOU preferably like to spend your free time? At an art exhibition, a retreat, a yoga weekend, a hiking tour, a beautiful concert, an interesting talk, among other people who are concerned about nature and environmental protection, at places with high energy, riding somewhere, … this is where you will meet new people who feel like you. Do not lose heart!


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HIGH SENSITIVITY and misinterpreted shyness

Have you ever thought about the difference between sensitivity and shyness? (High) sensitivity is related to a sensitive nervous system [1] and is heritable, shyness on the other hand, is a state of mind or a character trait and is never inherited.

Nevertheless, highly sensitive people are often wrongly labelled as shy, although all they need is quiet or distance from other people. Unfortunately, the word “shyness” carries negative connotations with many people and is confused with timidity, insecurity, nervousness, self-consciousness or diffidence, which can be very irksome for highly sensitive people (who are actually not shy).


Therefore, my dear highly sensitive people, make yourselves aware of the difference between sensitivity and shyness. Do not allow yourselves to be told by others that you are shy. After all, highly sensitive people are just like everyone else and are not invulnerable to self-fulfilling prophecies, and I am sure you can well do without those.

The Ascended Master MARTHA provides us with her energy in the form of an Aura Essence as a spiritual tool for inner stability and natural authority. It is especially suited for becoming aware of and living one’s power and strength.

[1] See: Aron, Elaine N. Sind Sie hochsensibel? MVG: München 2015. S. 30.

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Of course there are HIGHLY SENSITIVE men

“An Indian knows no pain!” (German proverb) and “Boys don’t cry!”. Who among us does not know these sayings from their childhood? For centuries, the male role expectations have been shaped by a patriarchal society in which performance, toughness, discipline and strength play a very important role.

Living with an “actually highly sensitive man”

Thus, it is hardly surprising that many (young) men who were born highly sensitive or highly perceptive (approx. 15–20% of all men) are thrown into emotional turmoil because they are unable to live up to the traditional male ideals. Many of them would gladly stand by their emotionality, their sensibility or their sensitivity to pain, but they were taught to hide it or cover it up as children because giving in to such sentiments would be “unmanly”.

For this reason, it is no wonder that many women are taken by complete surprise when they realise that they live with an “actual highly sensitive man” who does not express his true self due to his education. Maybe he grew up among men who demanded emotional and physical toughness from him. Maybe he never learnt to talk about his true feelings and needs. Or maybe he is embarrassed by his high sensitivity and has learned to assume a role that has little or nothing to do with his true self.

Highly sensitive persons feel the effect of spiritual tools most clearly

Owing to such inner conflicts and identity problems, misunderstandings and crises can arise in relationships. However, these can be eliminated as soon as both partners endeavour to clear the air and are not afraid to discover new facets and aspects of themselves and others.

The spiritual world offers energetic help to all those who want to undergo an internal or external clarification process, for instance in the form of the Angel Aura Essence ARCHANGEL GABRIEL. This angel energy not only purifies the subtle body, e.g. the aura and chakras, but also provides support on the paths of self-awareness and re-orientation.


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I am sure you know these little girls who strongly remind us of fairies or elves. They often have a very tender, transparent skin, and an ethereal aura which seems to be out of this world. Most of these children (also boys) live as in a big protective bubble, in their own world, which has not much in common with the earthly one.

Maybe you were such a girl, felt and perceived more than most people around you. It was normal for you, but one day you noticed that you were different. How did you handle it?

  • Did you want to be like your friends at all costs?
  • Did you get protective armour?
  • Did you stop talking about what you can see or feel?
  • Did you feel very lonely?
  • Did you feel misunderstood, rejected or excluded?

When I was four years old, I used to live in my own world which was not available to my parents. I talked to my invisible friends, the angels, but also to my ‘husband’ Willy. I enjoyed it. For many years, I kept retreating from others, and while my friends scampered around outside, I sat in my room, dreaming, drawing, and writing fantasy stories into a thick book.

Today children, like you and me, would be categorized as highly sensitive, which does not actually help them. Except their inner circle – including their teachers – would understand what this is all about.


The anthroposophist Rudolf Steiner was one of the first to notice there were highly sensitive people. Only after Dr. Elaine N. Aaron published a special (self) test in 1997, could we find out for ourselves whether we are highly sensitive, or not. This did not only start a new stereotype thinking, but for the first time also provided the chance to understand and accept one’s being different.

In the meantime, you can find a great number of books which try to explain the special characteristics, abilities and chances of highly talented, highly sensitive and medial people.


It is indeed not always easy to live with being different. Especially in the rough business world where a cold wind blows in our faces, which almost takes our breath away. This is why highly sensitive people want to compensate their being different with more performance. They do not want to be different, they want to fit in and be accepted.

It might be one of the most important decisions for highly sensitive people to accept, respect and love themselves as they are. Even if their high sensitivity might cause restrictions in some areas, it bears extraordinary skills. Because who can feel or know what others are thinking, what ambiguous messages really mean, what will happen next, or what the consequences of a decision might be? It is mostly the girls, elves and the highly sensitive ones, who are connected with other levels of awareness, where they get their information from.

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“What other people think about me is none of my business.” This quote from Wayne Dyer should remind us not to question ourselves so often. This is even more important for highly sensitive people. By being different, they are often subject to criticism, and rejection by their environment. Therefore, for them, it is all the more important to be true to themselves, go their own way, and trust their inner voice unconditionally.

Adaptation, at any price, can not only be painful for highly sensitive people, but may unnecessarily cost them a lot of energy and quality of life. After careful consideration as to why they are so sensitive – namely because they should bring new qualities into our world and our society – then we understand that adapting to the mainstream is exactly the opposite of their life plan.


Therefore, my dear highly sensitive people: stay authentic and be proud of your special mission which brought you here on earth! If anything should really change for the better here, it needs a great deal of sensitivity, delicacy, patience, and love.

Remain true to yourself! And if you need any support, then connect with the energies of your HIGHER SELF! My energetic Aura Essence may help you.

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