Our personality trait of high sensitivity, or sensory processing sensitivity, provides many positive qualities, such as increased potentials for creativity and empathy – but can also lead to problems like anxiety and overwhelm.
An article on the BioElectric Shield site notes:
Do you have times that you wonder if you are crazy? Do you have strange health and emotional issues that just seem to have no solution? We may have some good news for you. You may not be crazy after all.
Elaine Aron is a pioneer in understanding what she has termed Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). There is a self-test that you can take…
We are including this information because a large number of people who come to us are suffering as highly sensitive people.
Estimates from Elaine Aron and Rose Rosetree, author on several groundbreaking books on Empaths, are that 15-20% of the people walking around today are highly sensitive.
This sensitivity can dramatically impact your ability to cope with the ever increasing chaos and energy in the world today.
I get on the phone many days and the person on the other end starts talking about their challenges, sometimes even saying that they think they are either crazy or just very weak, unable to stand up for themselves.
I normally ask a few questions about their experiences to see if they do fit into the highly sensitive category. If so, I share some of my own story and journey to finding the BioElectric Shield and how it changed my life.
> Continued in article Are You or Your Child a Highly Sensitive Person?
The company site has a number of other articles and research papers on protecting against electromagnetic radiation:
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[Images: a Spanish poster for The Snake Pit (1948); star Virginia (Olivia de Havilland) struggles with her insanity in a state asylum.]