How highly sensitive, multipotentialed, intuitive people can change the world (and live to do it again)

One in every five humans has the trait of high sensitivity. One in every eight to ten of us is multipotentialed (also known as a Renaissance Soul). About a third of us identify as intuitive. These (r)evolutionary traits are essential for forging a trail into a world where everybeing is safe and appreciated for who they are.

The way our nervous systems work – deeply, intuitively, with intense perceptivity and tons of innovative insights – is a gift we can use to co-create a wide range of nourishing personal, community-wide, even global changes. But, these traits that make us excellent collaborative leaders, innovative problem solvers, and conscientious team members also bring unique challenges. Especially when navigating a society still clinging to old dominance-based, power-over ways of doing things.

In this presentation, we will explore…

  • Noticing what needs to be changed…even when others don’t see it. (Being canaries in a cultural coal mine.)
  • Starting something when your voice feels small.
  • Smart, self-nourishing ways to persist.
  • Standing strong while staying sensitive.
  • How to practice safe and sacred leadership.

“Real change begins with the simple act of people talking about what they care about.”   Margaret J. Wheatley

Details:

This is a presentation for the June 28, 2017 meeting of the New Hope Metaphysical Society. The Society meets 7:30 – 10:30 p.m. at Pebble Hill Church located at 320 Edison-Furlong Road Doylestown, Pa. 18901.

$10 prepaid or $15 at the door, registration is requested. You can reserve your space through NHMS Meetup or via their Events web page.