For The Over Thinkers and Deep Feelers

I know all too well what it’s like to have a brain that likes to over analyze and have feelings as deep as the ocean. This ones for all of us.

The one’s with emotions so big that they seem impossible to handle. Where a small comment can run a ripple effect that causes a tsunami.

The ones who have brains that they have to battle. Brains and thoughts that spin into borderline paranoia over things that aren’t all that serious.

The one’s who’s over thinking causes more gut wrethcening feelings than they could ever deserve.

The all night cryers, the emotionally distant white liars, and the ones masking it all gong through the motions of the day, but a pen could send you spiraling down.

I see you, I feel you, I am you.

I over feel a lot and have a hard time letting the spinning in the brain and those hard feelings go. So aware that I could easily spill it onto someone who also doesn’t deserve it, but trying to figure out how to let it go.

Just like any form of creativity, the creation is an outlet for the feelings. A way to transform the unbearable into something beautiful, letting it not harm a soul.

Creativity is a break from the over thinking and a chance to be absorbed in something neutral and healing.

I don’t feel like a very creative person. My words don’t flow “right” when I write, my brain is dull when I paint, and despite my dreams when I was 13, I am in no way musically inclined.

However, that’s the fun thing about creativity. There is no one way to be creative.

Y’all….I have so many emotions. It’s the BPD and being on the pisces/aries cusp, I’m sure.

However, the past few days alone while everyone was with people they loved, really made me realize how many big unresolved emotions I have and don’t know what do with.

Honing into those creativity skills, I’ve decided to get a little more creative with my blog.

Offering more than just words on a page, but rather getting creative and offering a few things that are a little more helpful here.

I’ve spent the year in teacher training, and although I haven’t officially gotten any of my certificates, I think I am qualified enough to give you guys short virtual meditations from wherever I am.

Additionally, although my words don’t always flow “right” when I write, I know how healing writing can be. I want to get creative with offering journaling prompts (and other creative outlets) aimed towards processing big emotions.

What else? Who knows, I have so many ideas, but I want my followers to be on board and genuinely get something positive out of it. So for now, we will start here.

If this sounds like something you’re interested, you can subscribed to my “premium content” which I am calling “hidden gems”. It renews on a month to month basis, but you can cancel at any time. It will included everything I mentioned above, but also exclusive blog posts that are a little more raw, so my over feelers and thinkers don’t feel so alone.

Since this is a new journey I am starting and you’re hopefully starting it with me, I am open to feedback about what you like and don’t like. Along with, suggestions, comments, and concerns.

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I appreciate all of you who read my words.

so much love

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Someone once told me to never stop writing, so I'm not. Sharing my soul journey. You can find my yoga teachings and insights on my brain over on my website.

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