Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSWhat if we HSPs could fully allow and embrace our strongest emotions? Our reactions to beauty in nature in art? What if we didn’t have to hold back at all?
(And yes, the title of this episode is meant to be tongue-in-cheek.)
Related posts on this blog:
- Perfection in Nature: Let’s Talk about “Beauty Threshold”
- Overwhelmed by Beauty
- Weather Affects My Mood
- HSP Podcast #12: Beauty in Nature & Art
Podcast music attribution: Bust This Bust That (Professor Kliq) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Nature moves me so deeply! I remember saying to a friend of mine many years ago, talking about flowers, how good is God that he made these just for us to look at and be happy.
Waterfalls, Trees, the Oceans and the marvelous sky also captivate me more profoundly than I can adequately express.
I’m an HSP and I’m an artist. I work as a freelance illustrator. I don’t believe it’s possible for other artists to not be HSP. Do you have any more information about this?
I’m also interested in the connection between ADD & HSP. A large number of my fellow artists have been diagnosed with ADD, later in life. I would be interested to know your thoughts on this.
I love your podcast, it’s helping me so much, thank you!
Hi Anisa, I’m glad you like the podcast! Unfortunately I don’t have any more information about artists being HSPs and I have not researched ADD either. I wish I had a better answer 🙂
Thank you so much for your blog and podcast. I am an extroverted HSP and I am so grateful for your interviews and topics. I have been looking for something like this. Thank you for being so real!! I feel sooo deeply about things and often feel like I am ridiculous. Thank you for validating this in me. 🙂
So glad you found it helpful!! Thank you for posting 🙂
Hi Kelly, I’ve been listening to your podcasts almost every day since fully aligning myself to being hsp.
I loved this episode. I’m an artist and art teacher and your revelation about art has been the same for me. Its taken me years to find my way through the egocentric world of art and connect to it from a personal and emotional place.
Now I teach art from that framework, to find your own style and expression.
Art should be enjoyed and touch you personally. I laugh at the bourgeois art society now, almost sorry they lost the deeper connection to it.
Thanks for all you do. It’s really appreciated.
Thank you Karina, for the kind comments! 🙂