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What the Lobster Taught Me About Stress

Any of you who have been to my classes know that I love writing notes for you so that you can enjoy the content without constantly picking up your pen, so I wrote some notes below for you.

These are the questions I offered in the video:

  • How is this stress motivating me to grow?
  • What’s the information (or message) in this stress?
  • What can I do with this stress?
  • What change do I need to make so I can step past this?
  • What is this stress telling me that I’m not hearing?
  • How can I allow this stress to help me step into something greater?
  • Is this stress inviting me to choose something different?

Keep asking yourself these questions so you can move beyond stress and you’ll receive the awareness you are seeking.

Remember awareness can come in ways you may not have expected, so keep an open mind about what information will present itself to you as a direct response to your question.

Article written by: Ashley Stamatinos, RMT, BF | Founder Omorfi Healing | www.OmorfiHealing.com | info@omorfihealing.com

This article can only be shared in its entirety including the footer credits.

Any of you who have been to my classes know that I love writing notes for you so that you can enjoy the content without constantly picking up your pen, so I wrote some notes below for you.

These are the questions I offered in the video:

  • How is this stress motivating me to grow?
  • What’s the information (or message) in this stress?
  • What can I do with this stress?
  • What change do I need to make so I can step past this?
  • What is this stress telling me that I’m not hearing?
  • How can I allow this stress to help me step into something greater?
  • Is this stress inviting me to choose something different?

Keep asking yourself these questions so you can move beyond stress and you’ll receive the awareness you are seeking.

Remember awareness can come in ways you may not have expected, so keep an open mind about what information will present itself to you as a direct response to your question.

Article written by: Ashley Stamatinos, RMT, BF | Founder Omorfi Healing | www.OmorfiHealing.com | info@omorfihealing.com

This article can only be shared in its entirety including the footer credits.

By |April 11th, 2016|Categories: Empath, Highly Sensitive Person, Life Skills|

About the Author:

Ashley Stamatinos is a five-time #1bestselling author with over 10 years of experience helping Highly Sensitive People. She has also been referred to as the Empath Expert because of her extensive work helping people to stop living in survival mode, and step into thriving in all areas of life.

7 Comments

  1. Omar Elmore February 28, 2017 at 12:36 am - Reply

    Thank you for the article. Really enjoyed reading it.

    Humanoid is a humble human being.
    We all want to be humanoids. We all want to work and help others but unfortunately most of us find it really difficult, I don’t blame them. Life is tough.

    But the few who could be real humanoids, they like to call themselves human beings only.

    Kind regard,

  2. Lili August 4, 2017 at 12:42 pm - Reply

    Thanks for this info, Ashley!
    I’ve realized now that I’m perhaps hyper aware and am constantly expecting others to step up to my level. I feel like my problem is that I care too much about what I’m doing to be able to level out my allowance. It’s hard to let go of my awareness needs in order to even let allowance in! How do I just switch it on! I feel like I’d need a few Valium and a dry martini to get started!!

    • Ashley September 27, 2017 at 7:25 pm - Reply

      Thank you so much for commenting. I think a lot of others probably feel the same way you are feeling. 🙂 Be sure to check out my FREE 3 part video series on 12 Secrets to Turn Your Sensitivities Into Strengths” I think it would be perfect for you. 🙂
      Here is the link to grab the freebie: https://michaelstamo.leadpages.co/ssst-opt-in/

  3. Adria October 16, 2017 at 8:16 pm - Reply

    But how much allowance are we really expected to give? I feel like my allowance outweighs my awareness sometimes and that it’s being taken advantage of. Realistically how many times should I repeat myself to a blissfully unaware person before I’m allowed to have a mini melt down? It’s usually my fifth or sixth repeat that sets off my frustration

  4. Matt October 22, 2017 at 7:58 pm - Reply

    I am 51 and just learning why I can feel when people are angry. If someone is in the same room, not even really near me, or I am communicating with someone over the phone I can feel if they are angry or very upset. Sometimes I feel great sadness out of no-where. There are certain people like at work for example that I just cannot be around because of their negative and condescending nature.

    I have basically been alone my whole life because without serious quiet, alone time I don’t have any energy. I am very uncomfortable at concerts or enclosed venues. I am very sensitive to non-verbal communication, facial expressions, and can cut through the clutter and know where someone is “coming from”. I am considered a “loner” because of all of this.

    The idea that Empaths exist and the traits they carry has been very eye opening to me.

  5. Vageesh from India November 5, 2017 at 7:22 pm - Reply

    Thank u so much for d article. Now I got d clarity why I do think differently and why I’m not sticking to d same kind job and why I like to learn new things in d world. Why I’m unaffected or unshaken In spite of great challenges/crucial situation thru d Meditation.

  6. Ryan November 18, 2017 at 4:24 am - Reply

    I have to partially disagree. Im totally in agreement with people not being on the same level of awareness as me and how it can be overwhelmingly frustrating (because lets face it, if you have even the smallest sense of dynamic awareness, you should at least have some consideration/empathy for what’s going on around you, and it seems like most people have none). The part that I can’t agree with is the ‘its not that people are stupid, its they aren’t on the same level of awareness as you’. One of the biggest provocations of my frustrations with ‘stupid’ people is driving. Now (and this is just one example) its nothing new that the left lane (in the U.S. especially on highways) is reserved for passing, yet consistently I find myself behind morons who can’t seem to grasp this concept. They go the same speed, often less than the posted limit, as the car next to them. This is obviously not an awareness factor, because that’s the standard/law. Again, just an example. I did enjoy your video though. Im not sure I can just adjust my allowance that easily, but it is a relief knowing its possible too just ignore the ignorance of others.

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