After the little historic excursion two weeks ago we’ve now arrived at today’s world of science. Even for those among you who are aware of the theories about non-material reality, one big challenge remains: how do you PROVE to a critical public that non-material processes exist?
Modern scientific experiments are based on experimental set-ups that are often very specialized and designed to prove a particular hypothesis, a statement if you like.
Since I started my career switch in 2010, I get many questions about how I, as a scientist, can work with something ‘vague’ as holistic medicine.
This is obviously a topic that intrigues many. I, in turn, find it fun to explain why it has been so exciting for me to dive into researching the phenomenon ‘holistic treatment’. And why it makes me feel like a conquering pioneer rather than an unworldly trickster.
Let me invite all you sceptics, curious people and believers out there to join my adventure!
During my research about (high) sensitivity I came to understand that may of the qualities of (high) sensitive people are cut out for embracing today’s most cutting edge trends – without even making an effort! That’s when the idea came to me to share this connection between ‘trendiness’ and ‘(high) sensitivity with you.
Two weeks ago we’ve learned a lot about the advantages of being a (high) sensitive person . Remember, about 1/ 5 of all people would qualify as highly sensitive. (High) sensitives are people with particular genetic characteristic that makes them keenly attuned to the world around them. Because (high) sensitive people process sensory input more deeply than others, they tend to be more empathetic and thoughtful. They might be easily overstimulated and require (regular) breaks of peace and quiet to reload their energy balance.
Today I would like to expose the most common, regrettable misconceptions about (high) sensitive people.