Architecture of Meaning
Cultivating Meaningful Engagement for Highly Gifted Adults and Highly Sensitive People


The Recovering Introvert

February 10th, 2012

I often use the phrase recovering introvert when referring to someone who has spent his or her whole life existing as an extrovert, yet whose make-up is that of an introvert and is only discovering this later in life. ...

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Quiet: Healing for the Introvert

February 5th, 2012

There are few books that come along that can be considered necessary reading. Quiet, the Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking is one of those books. Whether you are a recovering introvert; a life long-card carrying introvert; someone who wonders about the nature of introversion; or someone wondering where you fall on the continuum between introvert and extrovert – this book is a must read. ...

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Inspiration for Artists

February 1st, 2012 is a wonderful place for artists to gain insight into the process of other artists. A gem of a blog, this creative undertaking by a gifted writer and a gifted photographer give us an inspiring look into the process of individual artists. The images and text are an artistic undertaking all their own. ...

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Undiagnosed Trauma and the Abuse of a Client’s Hopes

November 10th, 2011

When a pracitioner allows a client’s goals to overshadow the reality of the client’s current state of being- mentally, emotionally, spiritually, physically or energetically, the practitioner is not serving the client. ...

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Organizing for Self-Promotion as an Artist

June 1st, 2011

Whether the people, organizations or ideas that grab you are purely inspirational, or are possible connectors or resources down the road – honor where your inner bell of resonance goes off. ...

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