Do you long for some resources to support you when your sensitivity is most heightened? Something that could soothe the energetic frazzle, create some definition to your auric boundaries, and calm you through the overwhelm?

Let’s be honest, awakening makes us enormously sensitive as we progress through profound change and our energetic resources are diverted into transformational tasks. Thus, our available life force weakens, making us more energetically vulnerable to those around us, our environments, and to energetic interference. Having some tools on hand can make the world of difference, it certainly did for me.

For many years I have been sharing this little kit of support and tricks with my clients and friends and now I am gifting it to you. I hope it may support oyu over the holiday season to come.

Here are some of my favourite resources for sensitivity and overwhelm:

The Flower Essence Family:

Flower essences help create new energetic, emotional and psychological patterns so we, and our systems, can respond differently to our internal and external circumstances. The can also provide immediate relief in certain circumstances especially stress, trauma, shock and periods of great energetic change.

The Flower Essence Society of California:

Yarrow:

Positive qualities: Luminous and strong auric field, compassionate and inclusive sensitivity, refined and flexible psychic forces
Patterns of imbalance: Extreme vulnerability to others and to the environment; easily depleted, overly absorbent of negative influences, psychic toxicity

Pink Yarrow:

Positive qualities: Loving awareness of others within a field of self-contained consciousness; appropriate emotional boundaries
Patterns of imbalance: Unbalanced sympathetic forces, overly absorbent auric field, lack of emotional clarity, dysfunctional merging with others

Golden Yarrow:

Positive qualities: Remaining open to others while staying self-contained; active social involvement which preserves inner equilibrium
Patterns of imbalance: Over-sensitivity to one’s social surroundings, resulting in social isolation, or a false social persona; dependence on drugs for protection or social masking

Garlic:

Positive qualities: Resilient and vital response to life, active resistance to adverse influences
Patterns of imbalance: Fearful or weak due to parasitic influence, prone to low vitality; mediumistic

Walnut:

Positive qualities: Freedom from limiting influences, making healthy transitions in life, inner strength to follow one’s own path and destiny
Patterns of imbalance: Overly influenced by the social expectations or values of family or community, past experiences or beliefs that inhibit the soul’s evolution

Pink Monkeyflower:

Positive qualities: Emotional transparency; courage to take emotional risks with others
Patterns of imbalance: Feelings of shame, guilt, or unworthiness; fear of exposure and rejection due to prior abuse or trauma

Angelica:

Positive qualities: Feeling protection and guidance from spiritual beings, especially during threshold experiences such as birth and death, or other life passages
Patterns of imbalance: Feeling cut off, bereft of spiritual guidance and protection; spiritual orphan

You can read about the support each of these offers on the   http://www.fesflowers.com.

The most affordable place to purchase them is usually vitacost and iherb websites as they offer free or inexpensive shipping options. I have no affiliation with either.

If I was to choose one essence it would be yarrow, followed by pink and golden yarrow. These days yarrow is the only one I keep on hand, my sensitivity having settled and stabilized.

These are also great for sensitive children.

You can mix a selection of drops of each essence in a glass of water, a small dose bottle or use as directed.

Advanced Alchemy For Boundaries:

If boundaries are something you struggle with then the wonderful Australian company Advanced Alchemy makes a wonderful blend using bark, flowers, and seeds, called “Boundaries” to support… “Effective boundaries- helps one decide one’s priorities and use of time without being overcome by the pressures and expectations from other people. This essence helps a person define their personal space and Boundaries.”

Australian Bush Flowers:

Australian Bush Flowers have a wonderful space clearing mist which really does a great job of clearing both your aura and your environment. Their emergency essence is wonderful in times of stress, shock, and fear to create a quick shift, soothe and clear. Both were in my kit for years. I still love their travel essence and pop it in a little mister to spray through my aura and on my face when travelling.

Australian Bush flowers also has a beautiful healing essence called Pink Mulla Mulla which works on deep, ancient, spiritual wounds which many of us sensitive folks carry from many lifetimes. Use with care, it is a deep and loving healer.

Perelandra and Machelle Small Wright:

Perelandra make amazing essences for energetic and spiritual transformation. Machelle Small Wright developed her Rose Essences especially for her own rapid spiritual expansion and the pressures it placed on both her body and subtle bodies. She found her body was continually going out of physical and energetic alignment causing difficult symptoms and these essences helped keep her aligned and allowed change and evolution to flow with more ease.  These were an absolute go to for me during the times of fast progression of Kundalini shifts. Her ETS plus for humans solution is wonderful to trauma and stress. There is a great one for your pets also.

Essential Oils:

For many years I wore the essential oil White Angelica by Young Living for protection when I was vulnerable. It was my daily perfume. Balance and clary-calm by Doterra are wonderful to calm and stability.

Currently I only wear a natural balm made of oils and Palo Santo when I go to bed, mostly for the sheer pleasure of the scent and the subtle protection.

 Homepathics

A good homeopath (who understands sensitivity) may also be able to recommend a homeopathic that can support your constitution and strengthen your resilience. My constitutional remedy was one of the most psychic that exists. I was so sensitive at the time I could barely tolerate it, but gradually after starting slow and gentle, it did antidote issues that were creating extreme sensitivity and psychic pain.

 Tissue Salts:

If you are in Australia, Schuessler’s Tissue Salts are wonderful and easy healing tools for the nervous system. Particularly the Nerve Nutrient Kali Phos and the Nerve Tonic comb 5. I returned to these during the intensity of caring for my mother recently. They were the bomb. The naturopath suggested dissolving them in my water bottle and sipping all day which Rea;y worked wonders. Check with the staff in the health food store for the best tissues salts for your situation.

 And finally the beloved Aurasoma:

An oldie but a goodie. In my travel kit I still carry with me the remedy for shock – Pocket rescue #89, and their Pocket Rescue Etheric #26, and love wafting them through my aura when vulnerable or have jet lag. I feel my chakras absorbing their medicine immediately. It can be beautiful to have a friend or partner apply them through your aura also, especially when feeling weak and fatigued. I would lie on the earth and my dear friend Kay would apply them to my aura, heavenly relief.

 EMF and Electrical Sensitivity:

There are many tools for electrical and emf sensitivity and I recommend finding resources that suit you.

 Heart Meditation:

And the most powerful active agent to transform the aura and build unbeatable strength that I have found is the kundalini yoga meditation “Meditation for heart projection and protection”. Stay tuned for a video to guide you through that gem.

Once I started doing this everyday my sensitivity and empathic vulnerability completely transformed. I did it everyday for a year to deeply install it. My aura is now strong and resilient and I only need these tools generally in times of stress or travel.

 Nature Medicine:

And finally, the biggest gift to our sensitivity is healing time in nature, to discharge energy, receive healing, uplift on the high vibrations and purity of nature, and vibrate as we really are. For me nature was for many years a precious relief from the pain body of humans that I was so acutely aware of.

The right tools:

The right sensitivity tools can be a life and sanity saver, support and enhance our wellbeing during times of vulnerability, can transform our immediate experience and refresh perspective in an instant. It is also important to explore and identify what is contributing to your sensitivity so you can start to also any other address root causes. These may be belief systems, fears, conditioning, and trauma as well as awakening processes.

Your sensitivity is a precious gift, may it be nourished and radiant.

With love and blessing from my deep, creative, and beautiful sensitivity to yours.

Myree x

PS I imagine you have amazing resources for caring for sensitivity. Please share your faves and your wisdom below in the comments. Let’s build a beautiful resource together for all of us. M x

Join the discussion 9 Comments

  • Beth says:

    Hello dear Myree. By far my most important sensitivity tool is … earplugs! After my kundalini awakening I became so sensitive to sound. I have the kind that musicians use onstage. I could not fly, go to the movies or ride in the car for long periods without them.

    • Myree says:

      Hi Beth, Oh that is a great suggestion, thank you for mentioning it, I imagine many can relate to this. My own noise-cancelling headset has been invaluable. It reminds me to share my love of my super soft, natural fibre eye mask, another best friend. Thank you!!! Blessings!

  • Alexander Clifford says:

    Oh this is so good. Thank you! I have ordered the few of those things that resonated.

    Eye masks and earplugs are brilliant at tuning out the world. I love those.

    A couple of things I found helpful when I was going through extreme stress, cortisol overload and fight/flight, was ashwaganda and tulsi/holy basil. I read about them both in a book about Kundalini and they resonated a lot. The ashwaganda is like a powder to have with juice, and the tulsi came as a powder to make as a tea. I found them extremely calming and soothing at a time when I was processing some majorly distressing emotional content/trauma. My nervous system was totally overloaded at the time. I don’t feel drawn to have either now, except if I’m needed to be in demanding situation or had a lot of stess. But during the period of getting out of extreme fight/flight it really helped.

    Also the heart meditation from Myree is amazing and wonderful. I had to cry the first time I used it and have been doing it almost every day for 4 months or so. It has opened up my heart a lot and also has strengthened the aura a lot, I feel safer and more protected. Thank you so much guys.
    Xx

    • Myree says:

      Hi Alex, these sound like great resources and helpful for the glandular and nervous system. I love tulsi tea and it is good to know it can support in this way also. Thank you so much for sharing them and also vitally how as your awakening progressed and shifted phases the need for them changed. And I am so glad the meditation supported you, and your flourishing! Many blessings! Myree

  • Andrea says:

    Thank you for the self-care kit.
    I highly recommend Alaskan Essences’ covellite:
    Indications: feeling unprotected and vulnerable; too easily stimulated by the energies of others, regardless of their intent; unsure of one’s boundaries; unable to claim one’s own space; feeling challenged by the environment.

    Healing Qualities: brings strength, clarity and definition to the auric field; acts as a protective filter that encourages us to relax energetically, thereby enhancing our natural ability to receive love and support from our environment.

    • Myree says:

      Oh this is a wonderful suggestion, thank you so much Andrea. I am going to check this beautiful essence out pronto! Big love!

  • Andrea says:

    Hi, Everyone, as I had already posted, I checked with Myree before adding another comment. Also, just to say, ear plugs are essential :). And I also use ashwagandha and holy basil.
    The late co-founder of Alaskan Essences, Stephen Johnson, prepared a wonderful webinar (not an infomercial) on essences for releasing emotional trauma. From this webinar I learned about chiastolite which I posted above, and also yarrow, which Myree includes, and others which may be helpful for you.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pi4AAtyQ8JU&t=3761s
    This is a wonderful resource from a true pioneer.

    Also, Doterra’s roll on Magnolia is excellent for helping with stress and anxiety. And the Peace blend is another gem.
    With love, Andrea

    • Myree says:

      These are wonderful, thank you so much for sharing Andrea. The webinar sounds excellent and fascinating. I so appreciate your sharing and I am sure others will find it very helpful. Blessings!

  • Andrea says:

    Covelite not chiastolite! Sorry for the blip. Not sure how chiastolite snuck in. 🙂

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