I know you are sensitive. You may not know it, but I know you are sensitive.
Your sensitivity is in your pores, your cells, your vibration.
Every time you are hurt, the sky comes crashing down on you.
And you need just to show your sadness, your vulnerability.
As I always say, “Feel the pain so that it may pass swiftly.”
Your sensitivity is a four-leaf clover. It is probably your greatest gift, the greatest gift of all.
Being sensitive is more powerful than being intelligent.
Being sensitive is more powerful than being astute.
Being sensitive is more powerful than being rich, pretty, skillful, and friendly.
Being sensitive is more powerful than being strong.
People who are sensitive feel the pains of the world.
Does it hurt? Yes, it does.
But it is a great deal more real, more harmonious, than blocking out your sensitivity and wandering around like a fool under the illusion that everything is going to get better . . . because we know that nothing improves when we do this.
To be sensitive is to have a connection that is complete, direct, uninterrupted, and irreversible.
Is it harder? Yes, it is.
However, when you feel good, when you feel happy—and you will begin to feel this more often—you will feel boundless joy.
What was once joy now becomes ecstasy.
What was once happiness now becomes a state of grace.
The Book of Light – Ask and Heaven Will Answer, Alexandra Solnado