Favorite "Sensitive" Quotes
"Someone asked me once if I could see angels and faeries. I told her, 'look to the sensitive, loving, caring ones who bring so much to our world and take on the sufferings of others. They're the earth angels, sent to earth to help us on our life journey ... This world needs all the earth-angels it can get' ~ author unknown
"There is an aristocracy of the sensitive. They represent the true human tradition of permanent victory over cruelty and chaos." ~ E. M. Forster
"I think the veil between this world and the next is very thin for HSPs. I believe we have the ability to sense and remember that the next world is peaceful and loving ....." ~ Marian
Definition of Tact: Acute sensitivity to what is proper and appropriate in dealing with others, including the ability to speak or act without offending.
"The kundalini process is the rising of one's dormant energy or power. healing power. It is like an awakening, and the people in whom the physio-kundalini process is most easily activated, are those with especially sensitive nervous systems - the natural psychics. Many sensitive and creative people are undergoing this process and need to know that their "condition" is a blessing, and not a curse." ~ author unknown
"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift." ~ Albert Einstein
"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts." ~ Bertrand Russell
"An alert and active nervous system, therefore, is the greatest gift of Nature, for it is through the nerves that we experience all the pleasures that make life worth living. To be dull-nerved means to be mentally and physically dull - insensitive to the higher phases of life, incapable of deep emotion, love, and force of character..." ~Paul Bragg
"...people who do not have the "spiritual nervous system (the chakra system) awakened are half alive. They are alive on the output; they are not alive on the intake. They feel only when they are active, only when they are "putting out"; they do not feel anything else. They live life in a numbed state." ~ Rosalyn L. Bruyere , "Wheels of Light", Page 146
are at once the receiving and transmitting stations for life itself. It is
the highest wisdom to recognize this fact and train our bodies to render
them sensitive and responsive to nature. art and religion."
~ Ruth St. Denis
was like a sensitive plant, that opens for a moment in the sunshine, but
curls up and shrinks into itself at the slightest touch of the finger, or
the lightest breath of wind."
"I was also very touch sensitive; scratchy petticoats felt like sandpaper ripping off my skin. There is no way a child is going to function in a classroom if his or her underwear feels like it is full of sandpaper." ~ Temple Grandin
"When you're young, you just go banging about, but you're more sensitive as you grow older. " ~ Deborah Kerr
"You have to
protect yourself, your body, your being. You cannot treat it badly;
you have to keep it, make as sensitive as possible." ~
"Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use." ~ Emily Post
"I don't think that you have to be effeminate to be sensitive." ~ Little Richard
"Our mission as modern Christians is to re-sensitize our contemporaries to the presence of a spirit within themselves"
from The Joy of Being, John Main, OSB)
nature... keeps the spirit sensitive to impressions not commonly felt and
in touch with the unseen powers."
~ Charles Alexander Eastman
"Beauty of whatever kind, in its supreme development, invariably excites the sensitive soul to tears." ~ Edgar Allan Poe
"I'm a romantic, and we romantics are more sensitive to the way people feel. We love more, and we hurt more. When we're hurt, we hurt for a long time." ~ Freddy Fender
"You can't be
a writer without being very sensitive. And I think that many of us are
overly sensitive when it comes to dealing with our publishers."
~ Christopher Darden