Amplify the good stuff

My latest post on Health Reunited has such universal themes; ones which connect to my writing in this space (especially my most recent share ‘Life without gears“), that I am reblogging it here for a wider audience to see. In this post, I look at those chronic “sticking points” we all tend to have – be that health, abundance, the pursuit of happiness or a particular lifestyle – from a new, wider perspective that is already starting to transform my own “stuck” experience…

Living whole

It suddenly felt like my last post “Its not your fault...” was calling for a postscript, not to qualify it but to build upon its breakthrough. Never has a post felt more cathartic than that one for declaring “stop bottling everything up, say it like it is and if things feel shitty, say so” (and that, plus what I am about to add, applies to everything we get “stuck” on, not just our health). Just breaking the protocol to say what I did out-loud opened the floodgates in me ready for something else to come through; and all so perfectly in-sync with some extraordinary ‘weather’ conditions on our planet this week (more on that in a minute).

photo-1414589548754-243ebeaff466What saying all this out-loud enabled me to do was to recognise something distinct about chronic health issues, other really big “life challenges” and also the kind of personal-growth journey we…

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About Helen White

Helen White is a professional artist and published writer with two primary blogs to her name. Her themes pivot around health and wellbeing, expanded consciousness and ways of noticing how life is a constant dance between the deeply subjective and the collective-universal, all of which she explores with a daily hunger to get to know herself better. Her blog Living Whole shines a light on living with high sensitivity, dealing with trauma and healing from chronic health issues. Spinning the Light is an extremely broad-based platform where she elucidates the everyday alchemy of relentless self-exploration. A lifetime of "feeling like an outsider" slowly emerged as neurodivergence (being a Highly Sensitive Person with ADHD, synaesthesia, sensory processing challenges and other defecits overlapping with giftedness). All of these topics are covered in her blogs, written from two distinct vantage points so, if you have enjoyed one of them, you may wish to explore the other for a different, yet entirely complimentary, perspective.
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