I don’t always know my limits. I try to be extroverted, on the go, social, always available, but I have a sensitive system that I often curse. I push way past my limits in order to be like everyone else, and my body always reacts in some way to let me know. I need space to […]
My word for the year, which I had mentioned in a previous post, is “happy.” And happiness is attained by collecting the little “happy”s, sometimes, in a box. We knew how to collect little “happy”s when we were little children. We collected what made us happy and smile, like that crayon of many […]
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This week’s cards are O is for Outside In, and V is for Voice. Learning to set boundaries by speaking up is not always easy to do when you are sensitive and lost your voice along the way. Healing Fairy Alphabet Deck
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Transformation exercise from Week 2 of the Wild Worlds Within class starts Friday. To attract transformation to certain areas of your life (and attract butterflies), what do you need to plant in your garden? More rest? More time? More support? Cupcakes?
Excited to share homework from a Fairy Healer Certificate student from South Dakota, USA. This homework is from the Fairy Healing Beginner class, lesson nine, healing with flowers exercise. The fairy online classes and Certificate Program are ongoing so you can sign up anytime during the year.
artwork by David Wagenfeld I welcome my friend, David Wagenfeld, as my guest blogger this week. David is a fellow sensitive who has a perceptive comic series blog, Innie Blog. In this article, he writes about identifying the true voice of your intuition. What is intuition? You know the feeling. You have a big […]
This Week in Social Media: My Instagram. Follow the Swirl and make your own. Over at the crazy world of my Facebook page, I often have the featured cupcake of the day; spreading a little sweetness to the world. And over at the addictive world of Pinterest, I share Thoughts from a Sensitive and my […]
Originally posted on Designing Fairy:Here is my top 10 lists why being Empathic can suck and not suck. The 10 Reasons Why Being Empathic Can Really Suck: You can feel deeply when loved-ones are in pain. Sometimes, you can confuse what they feel with what you feel. The world can overwhelm you. Bad things…
I can’t believe it is actually January. You may have noticed I redid the header of my site. I am hoping for a clearer visual experience for you that is easier to navigate, instead of having so much come at you all at once. So…announcey announcey! Announcing new certification programs to check out, including one […]
FUN ASSIGNMENT: 4 Trees. Let’s play. What kind of trees are these? What kind of seeds does each one make? What kind of magical powers does each tree have? Does each tree have a story?
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Each year on my blog I try to write my year-end “what I learned list.” It’s a creative wrap-up, I guess, since I see birthdays as the beginning of a new year. 2014 was the year of breaking out of my tightly-knit cocoon and joining the world again. There were many losses–a nod to Bun-Bun and […]
This week is Holiday Break for Fairy and Empath Online School. Enjoy, students! And, Happy Holidays!
A humorous look at the Holidays. 1. Think how silly fruitcake is. Think of times when you received fruitcake as a gift. Draw fruitcakes. Contemplate why there are hard things in a cake. Who designed fruitcakes? A dentist? 2. Be grateful for all you have. There are so many who are less fortunate. Oh no. […]