I think this is something important for a lot of sensitive people. Often, once we realise important things about our trait and re-frame our life experiences to understand why it was hard to thrive, we can unaccountably go through a time of thinking we ‘should’ have realised things earlier, done things differently, started thriving sooner. We might berate ourselves as if we have used up all our chances in life already. That’s when we need to forgive ourselves, the way we often reach out and forgive others, over and over again.
At any moment in time, we are doing our very best with what we have, just like everyone else. The good news is, things can change a lot once we forgive and let go – when we realise who we are when we are not bending out of shape to fit the model of the non-HSP world.
Forgiving ourselves means our energy can be focused on the present. This helps a more positive future unfold, filled with others who can now recognise us for who we are and move towards us, since we are showing a more authentic, recognisable face. It’s important to forgive and stop judging ourselves if we want to really fulfil our destiny as highly sensitive people.”
|Article written by Barbara Allen (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)|