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Hello and welcome to the Highly-Sensitive Leader Podcast with highly-sensitive certified coach, leadership expert and qualified teacher Muriel Kosovsky. This podcast provides leadership tips, education, insights, stories, and mind hacks to create a space for highly-sensitive leaders to self-educate, develop their career and fulfil their potential. This podcast will help you understand the HSP trait in depth and show you how to manage, embrace and use your HSP trait to your advantage in the c ...
 
Marriage Coach and HSP Love Expert Hannah Brooks teaches sensitive women how to not only have an easier marriage but to have a marriage where love, understanding, lightness, and connection gets deeper every day. Highly Sensitive people have unique differences that lead to predictable challenges in committed relationships, and sometimes even the deterioration of love. Right now your marriage might feel difficult: you may get upset easily, feel weighed down by resentment, hurt, irritation. It ...
 
Our nerves are frayed, we're overwhelmed, frustrated and we can’t seem to ever find genuine calm or comfort. Welcome to the life of a Highly Sensitive Person! Just imagine if we could find the clarity and wisdom we need to untangle the challenges of Highly Sensitive living to enjoy a clear path to more joy and self-love. Highly Sensitive Healing is about taking healthy and positive action using mindfulness, meditation, and a holistic approach to finding peace, acceptance, and expansion into ...
 
Do you experience joy, discomfort, empathy, and emotions very intensely? Are you easily overstimulated or bothered by small changes in your environment? You aren’t alone, in fact, you might be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). In this podcast, host, blogger, (and HSP herself) Kelly shares real-life experiences that may have you nodding and thinking: “I thought I was the only one who felt that way”! Introverts and people with shyness and social anxiety may also find comfort and camaraderie her ...
 
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Join me this week as I show you how we highly sensitive leaders spend a lot of time thinking thoughts which are simply NOT true. I teach you how tell the difference between the truth and the thought errors which our are brain and nervous system are feeding us and which feel very, very true to us. I share lots of examples of when this happens to me …
 
064 Without knowing where we want to go, how can we ever get there? We can’t, at least not without a ton of meandering and getting lost along the way. So having a clear vision of what you WANT in your marriage is always the very first step to creating it. I want you, my friend-- and all sensitive women who are in a partnership (or want to be) to ha…
 
AS HSPs we can struggle with the daily grind of the 9-5 for multiple reasons. Maybe our job holds little or no purpose for a greater good, maybe it doesn’t align with our values, or the environment is toxic. As a result we experience what is known as the Sunday Scaries. This feeling of impending doom of facing yet another Monday can show up in our …
 
Join me this week as I teach you the importance of setting boundaries not only with other people, but also with yourself, in order to improve your confidence. We explore the reasons why setting up and maintaining healthy boundaries can be particularly challenging for highly sensitive people because of our natural empathy and our constant search for…
 
063 If interactions between you and your significant other are laced with negativity, even slightly….or if you just want to bring more connection and love in your relationship, this episode is for you. In it, I share one key thing (backed by decades of research) that you can do, or rule you can follow, to not just improve the culture in your marria…
 
Happy New Year Friends! If you're anything like me you've fallen into the new year's resolution trap more times than you can count. But I've found a new and better way to ring in the new year. In my world choosing one word isn't about changing or "improving" who you are... It's about embracing all of the wonderful qualities you already have and usi…
 
062 Today we dive into a 4 step formal process to release the urge to control your partner in the moment. Because the cost of trying to control our partner in a marriage is intimacy –and feeling a whole lot of icky emotions, whereas releasing control is a huge step towards gaining more intimacy and harmony with your honey. Yet, even if you intellec…
 
In this episode we’re speaking once again with the phenomenal Cindy Beers. Cindy is a yoga teacher with over 7000 hours of teaching and training spanning 10 years who tailors the yoga experience to meet her students’ where they are with compassion and a touch of laughter that leaves them feeling content and at peace. And now she’s gathered fellow t…
 
Join me this week for the third episode in my 6-episode series dedicated to growing your confidence as a highly sensitive person and professional. This series will go into the end of January to set off the new year positively and give you the tools and strategies to grow and cultivate your confidence in a world not exactly tailored to your needs as…
 
Did you ever notice that spiral patterns are everywhere in nature? spirals exist everywhere in the nature of our planet, and beyond… Why do we see our lives as any different? As HSPs when we endlessly ruminate on things, when we struggle to let things go or we seem to have the same types of relationships over and over for example we are experiencin…
 
061 How can you have more genuine influence in your marriage and way more control over your experience of it? Today, I shed light on this as we continue our series on our human urge to control in our relationships. In this episode, I offer you an important intermediary step you can take to be great at releasing control and ultimately creating MORE …
 
A brief chat about the upcoming winter solstice as we transition from autumn- which is the season of letting go- into winter the season of reflection and rest. The solstice is a time to look inward, and many cultures around the world have celebrated the solstice as a way to reflect on the thoughts, feelings and beliefs that have accumulated within …
 
In this fundamental episode (the 1st in a 3-part series), we dive into an essential-to-look-at issue--one most sensitive women will need to face and learn to work with if we want to feel more like our husband’s “lover” (someone for him to love and cherish and someone for him to feel loved and cherished by) rather than, well, his “mother”. With a wh…
 
In this episode we speak with the Highly Sensitive CEO, Kellie Daab. After working in the creative industry for her entire career, Kellie couldn’t understand why she felt different from other entrepreneurs. Despite running a highly successful education business, speaking on dozens of stages, and winning multiple awards - Kellie still felt something…
 
Join me this week for the second episode of my 6-episode series dedicated to growing your confidence as a highly sensitive person and professional. I am teaching you one of the key principles I teach in my Masterclass, the self-concept, which will allow you to grow unlimited amounts of confidence, whatever your goals are for 2022 and beyond. I shar…
 
059 The way to make truly lasting positive changes in your marriage is by addressing the SOURCE of the things that a) keeps you from doing or saying things that lead to a loving relationship, or b) drives you to do things that lead to misunderstanding, hurt, and disconnection. By making root-deep positive cognitive and emotional shifts, you’ll natu…
 
In this episode, we discuss the potential connection between high sensitivity and spiritual awakening experiences. Jessica shares her recently published research 'Spontaneous Spiritual Awakenings: Phenomenology, Altered States, Individual Differences, and Well-Being'. We identify what spiritual awakening experiences are, the challenges that can com…
 
The holiday season brings a lot of extra to our lives leaving us with less energy and more overwhelm than usual as Highly Sensitive People. Extra stress, extra overwhelm and expectations, extra fun and joy but also extra food and extra sugar. We have enough to manage this time of year as HSPs without literally adding more to our plates. Today we’re…
 
There are certain feelings that are like gold when it comes to having a marriage you love. Because feelings are like fuel: they take us places! Some feelings lead to spats, disconnection and negative cycles with our partner (resentment for example). Others lead to lots of positive interactions and the creation of a culture of more and more love and…
 
Join me this week as I open a series of six podcast episodes specifically tailored to help highly sensitive leaders and professionals grow 100% confidence. I share with you the three reasons why confidence is such an important skill for HSPs to develop in a fast-paced world that is not adapted to our needs. I teach you how to reframe the way you th…
 
Sifu Rubia discovered the benefits of Tai Chi and Qi Gong as a way to heal herself. Now she has made it her life’s mission to share and teach these ancient healing practices with others, so we may maintain overall health, rejuvenate our bodies, recapture youthful energy, and most importantly as HSPs, introduce more equanimity and balance into our l…
 
"Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things." Robert Brault Sometimes we can get so wrapped up in all the big things we're experiencing both externally and internally as Highly Sensitive People that we lose sight of the glorious gift of simply being alive. I hope you find this meditation useful. I am…
 
Today I offer you a fun, very actionable thing you can do to re-set your system, gain some valuable perspective, and re-invigorate your sensitive self AND your marriage. My clients who have implemented this have loved it, and found it so nourishing-- and I myself make it a regular part of tending to my sensitive mind-body-heart system and love life…
 
On the surface it looks like we’re getting closer to one another— yet so many of us feel lonely during the holiday season. This can be a time of celebration, love, and togetherness but for many of us, it’s simply a time of loneliness and sorrow. According to the Roots of Loneliness Project nearly 50% of Americans feel lonely or left out. There are …
 
056 If you ever take things personally, feel hurt by your partner’s words, or get defensive (hello fellow HSPs!)—or if your partner can be critical towards you— this is for you. You probably feel like you need to stand up for yourself.... Yeah? But let’s be honest. Most of us do so by getting defensive. I get it! Standing up for yourself by defendi…
 
It's that time again! The holidays are upon us and so are all of the joys, stresses and overwhelm that come along with them. In this episode we’ll talk about 5 simple ways to manage holiday season stress that you can also use all year round! In this episode we’re talking about the very special kind of stress and struggle that comes with the holiday…
 
Join me this week as I explore how we highly sensitive people and professionals absorb layers after layers of “stuff” from other people as we go about our day. Discover how being naturally compelled to take in stimulation from others creates a disconnect with ourselves. I discuss how this leaves us influenced by others, to the point of wondering wh…
 
In this episode, based on Jules' background in Transpersonal Psychology and understanding of psychospiritual transformation - Jules share the perspective that experiences of trauma can often be a catalyst for our psychospiritual growth and awakening as Highly Sensitive People. Jules discusses how the traits of high sensitivity can mean HSP are more…
 
055 If there's a sense of lack-of-luster in your relationship, or you find yourself feeling disinterest, irritation, or disconnection with your husband, or you wonder if your marriage will ever feel good, alive, and totally loving again, it is not necessarily because there is a huge problem between you. It is more likely because of some very harmle…
 
Is making decisions tough for you? Do you spend sleepless nights agonizing over what to do? Are you afraid to hurt someone's feelings or are you afraid of the consequences when you’re faced with a tough choice? As HSPs we often have a real fear of making the wrong decision and this can leave us feeling frozen and afraid to move forward spending cou…
 
Our Love Is Fragile Syndrome is a silent “ syndrome” ( not a scientific term!) that lurks invisibly in the background of so many relationships and causes a lot of pain and disconnection --where there could instead be lots of love. If you tend to find yourself wondering if your love can last, or if your partner really loves you, if you tend to read …
 
Britta Vercoutter is an HSP entrepreneur who specializes in heart centered marketing and design who helps highly sensitive entrepreneurs grow their business. She creates personalized solutions to help HSPs feel more confident in online spaces. As an HSP Britta has the life experience to support those of us who want to go out on our own but need dir…
 
Yes, if you look behind roles and responsibilities, you will find that highly sensitive leaders and professionals are also human beings with a menstrual cycle! This is a crucial topic to discuss and bring out in the open, especially for highly sensitive leaders who might experience their cycle with a higher level of intensity, both in their body an…
 
053 As much as most of us would love to feel tons of love for the person we’ve chosen as our partner in life, it’s not always so easy to do. In fact, feeling loving feelings can seem very far off sometimes in our marriages. In this episode, we talk about one of the biggest reasons you may feel disappointed and frustrated about a variety of things y…
 
As a highly sensitive person do you ever feel invisible? Or maybe you feel only seen and appreciated for what you can do for others and how you make them feel about themselves, instead of for who you truly are. When we feel overlooked or dismissed on a regular basis it can increase our emotional distress and manifest in unhealthy ways through feeli…
 
In this episode, I speak with Willow McIntosh, who is the founder of Inluminance and creator of the High Sensory Coaching Program. We explore what Willow refers to as high sensory intelligence and the reasons why highly sensitive people have the potential to thrive as leaders, entrepreneurs, coaches, mentors and much more. Willow states, 'there is …
 
Welcome to your 5 minute Highly Sensitive body scan meditation practice. In this short practice, we’ll focus on centering and calming ourselves when we only have a few minutes to spare… but sometimes that's all we need to reduce our stress and overwhelm. *** Remember that mediation isn’t always appropriate for everyone. If you experience any discom…
 
052 Often , for highly sensitive people, trauma is or has been a part of our lives, and can have a negative impact on our relationships. But trauma and autonomic nervous systems responses to stressful events do not have to dictate our lives and keep us locked into painful reactions and patterns, as, Karen C.L. Anderson (a master-certified life coac…
 
In this practice, we will explore different sensations in our body through body scan meditation. The purpose of this meditation is to connect to our physical self while noticing any sensations, sensitivities, or stress we're experiencing without judgement. *** Remember that mediation isn’t always appropriate for everyone. If you experience any disc…
 
This week we are going back to basics! Join the podcast this week as I teach you 3 gems which you will always be able to fall back on, every time your high sensitivity takes over and holds you back from fulfilling your potential. Although there is no one-size-fits-all magic response when it comes to managing your sensitivity while juggling responsi…
 
051 Knowing how and when to set a “Relationship Boundary” is an essential part of blazing the trail to a more respectful, loving, high-integrity marriage for both you and your husband. Setting appropriate boundaries are, 1st, a way to take loving care and be respectful of yourself and the relationship, and 2nd, they teach your significant other to …
 
As HSPs too often we can feel isolated and misunderstood and this can leave us feeling lonely and can affect our self esteem and how we view ourselves and our place in the world. Researchers are beginning to understand more about how yoga benefits our mental health and because we’re highly sensitive we need yoga teachers and other healers to be sup…
 
#050 We modern women expect more out of marriage and men than ever. We tend to want our husbands to be a more mature, evolved, supportive partner with whom we can regularly connect intimately on a deep physical and emotional level. But, in many cases, our men don’t seem to be able to rise up and meet us in that place as much as we want. Today, we d…
 
In this episode we’re talking about apologizing- more specifically the habit of OVER apologizing. This may seem like a harmless thing on the surface but if we dig a little deeper we start to see that frequently saying sorry begins to affect our confidence and undermine our authority and when we say it too often it can make the necessary apologies w…
 
Guilt ranks amongst the top 5 most challenging areas that my Highly sensitive leaders want and need to work on. Our sense of responsibility for people and outcomes often take bigger proportions than is helpful for us or even productive for us in a leadership environment. Join me this week as I’m sharing why Highly sensitive leaders experience so mu…
 
If you feel resentment or annoyance often, if you feel burdened by all that you have do for your marriage, or if you feel you get walked all over, it’s quite possible you aren’t saying “NO” enough to your husband. But the trouble is, you may also feel guilty or uncomfortable: saying no not doing what he wants you to do or doing what you prefer over…
 
I read article about HSPs and happiness and the author stated that HSPs need "permission to get emotional and have a good cry." As Highly Sensitive People we already often feel powerless to process all the emotions, sensations, thoughts and sensibilities that are pulsing through our bodies, hearts and minds day and night. All the while we’re trying…
 
In this bonus episode I share a story about my recent adventure when I decided to climb a mountain. ♥♥♥ Excerpt: "As my hands rested on the tree a lightness came over me, as if I was being comforted by an old friend, who knew me better than I knew myself. A feeling of being rooted and at home there in that moment, telling me that I was welcome, tha…
 
048 Sometimes we find ourselves in a dynamic we do not like with our partner: we may feel disrespected, looked down upon, controlled. This may be even more common for us HSPs than non-sensitives. Is there hope to change this dynamic? Can you ever feel like your partner respects you, values your opinion, and sees you as an equal? Can you stop him fr…
 
Saying yes to new things can be really scary. But saying no can sometimes hurt us more than help us. Comfort zones aren’t really about comfort at all, they’re about fear of the unknown. Saying yes in a healthy way is about being brave when we want to try something new for ourselves and taking a risk in order to improve our lives in some way. More I…
 
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