Understanding Empaths and Highly Sensitive People by Diana Hartley
July 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
FREE ADMISSION – 1757 Ashland St., Ashland, OR. One mile west of I-5 Exit 14
I believe that it is critical for empaths and highly sensitive people to understand how to manage their deep emotions and sensitivity today. We are 20% of the population and have been put down for being “too sensitive,” therefore their innate ability to express their truth and feel confident has been suppressed. Many believe they are mentally ill because they have never been educated about their innate brain abilities.
This presentation will review a questionnaire that highlights many of the common experiences that sensitives face. Often, the uneducated think they are just weird and never know their power. We will review the questionnaire and then discuss ways to handle difficult situations, focus on the power of their extrasensory observational skills, and leave people feeling hopeful that they can finally reveal their true selves with practice and support.
About Diana Hartley: I have worked with companies such as Apple, Microsoft, and Hewlett Packard as a communication trainer. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communication/Radio and Television from San Francisco State University and a Master Practitioner Certification in Neuro-Linguistic Programming. I have also been a management and marketing consultant, and public relations advisor. Internal and external communication is the lifeblood of connection, change, and power, and facing the difficulties of being an empath my whole life, I have brought my skills and experience to help sensitives claim their power long before I did.
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