“When we are disconnected from our intuition, we tend to make choices that are in conflict with our truest nature.” Carrie-Anne Moss
“Wildish nature is our creativity, our innocence and resourcefulness…our intuition at work.” Maria Hill
As a highly sensitive person, we may experience sensations and perceptions more deeply, and have stronger intuition. What can help us thrive with these and other qualities of our personality?
Maria Hill is Founder of Sensitive Evolution and has many articles on her sites about understanding and thriving as a highly sensitive person.
One of her stimulating articles – the inspiration for this one of mine – is titled “Embrace Your Wildish Nature.”
Here is an excerpt:
The wild feminine is on the rise and that is good news for highly sensitive people.
The wild feminine is about embracing our wildish natures, the ones that are at home in the energy that embraces us all.
The wild feminine is the part of us that has been demoted by left brained culture and ideas that act as yokes for the aliveness of the universe.
What Is Wildish Nature?
Wildish nature is the nature we have abandoned on our quest to conquer nature.
Wild nature is. It is what we come from, it is ancient wisdom.
Wildish nature is what ancient tribes connected with as their true homes.
Wildish nature is safe, it is on our side. It is all of natural intelligence ready to help us live in our authenticity.
Wildish nature has all in it, so it can be what it needs to be:
- quiet and still to listen
- curious about anything that doesn’t make sense
- open to all forms in information that is relevant in an situation
- strategic as called for
- aggressive when necessary
Wildish is our wholeness interacting with and supported by the universal life force.
Wildish nature is our creativity, our innocence and resourcefulness.
It is our spirits made manifest.
It’s our intuition at work.
Wildish Nature Cannot Be Controlled
One of the things I love about wildish nature is that it cannot be controlled.
In fact the minute you try to control it you have lost it.
As Clarissa Pinkola Estes writes in her fabulous book, Women Who Run With Wolves, wildish nature is like a river.
It is subject to itself and not any man made laws. It is life itself. It just is.
Read more in article Embrace Your Wildish Nature.
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Carrie-Anne Moss “is an actress, teacher, seeker, and storyteller. Her deep calling to connect with women led her to create Annapurna Living as a platform and portal for growth and nourishment.
“Now, with a community of women all over the world, Carrie-Anne teaches online courses designed to help women and mothers find their voice and to step into their grace.”
Her company uses Teachable as a platform for her courses – see testimonial video by Moss in my article: Teachable online course creation, publishing and selling.
The quote by Moss is from my article Wrestling with our intuition, which also quotes Linda Kreger Silverman, PhD:
“Individuals with higher intelligence are likely to be well educated. Higher education indoctrinates students to think logically and skeptically and to dismiss intuitive information.”
Maria Hill is Founder of Sensitive Evolution and The Emerging Sensitive Community.
She is author of book The Emerging Sensitive: A Guide for Finding Your Place in the World.
One of her programs is The Energy Course For Sensitive People.
Contents include :
“Learn how to let your own personal development help you with feeling more secure in social situations. Discover the connection between being inner-directed and managing energy.
“Learn 13 energy techniques for managing energy overwhelm.
“Start using several meditations for managing energy and releasing past emotional pain.
“33 modules covering the biology of energy, the social side of energy management and energy management techniques.”