Intuition – Bipolar – High Sensitivity Personality

I realized the other day that strange things have happen to me since I was a young girl.  I’ve always been open to the possibilities of guardian angels, ghosts, psyches, and anything that hasn’t been proven it doesn’t exist. 

Yesterday, I saw or felt something sitting next to me and at first glance t was my son.  He lives in North Carolina. I sometimes see black shadows, and I’ll hear  voices. I never feel like I’m alone.  They’re times that items go missing.  I thought I was crazy!  Well I am, but this was something I had just had my had on.  I’ll look and look and then decide to just sit down and think about it and there it is.  It’s happen on more than one occasion.

I’m very sensitive to noise and sounds, chatter, and feelings. I can tell on the first introduction or meeting whether I want to know that person or not.  I can feel when a person doesn’t feel good. I’ve been told I have HSP – High Sensitively Personality-Psychic Intuition.

I’ve read that people with Bipolar like me are intuitive, because of their sensitive nature.  I’ve had these sense and feelings for a long time even when I was in the first grade I was top in the class in track.  When time to run I could tune out and focus on the starting line – there was no one but me heading for that starting line so run like the wind it’s you only you.  BLAM!  I’d take off like a blaze of glory.    I flew through the finish line YEA!  Know one could catch up and I knew I was going to win.  I got that feeling every time when I won.

When I started having these strange things happening to me I started studying intuition and believing, and that’s how I found my higher  power.

If you have sensitivity study it and learn.

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    • Thank you. I looked at your blog and it’s awesome. I see there’s something in common. The music is beautiful as well. I don’t know how to do trackbacks, but when I do I would love to add a trackback to yours. My bipolar blog is actually at http://journalingfortherapy.wordpress.com. I’ve been crazy all week. The medication I take Effexor is showing it’s side effects and sometimes I’m not myself. I’m bipolar but this medicine is making it worse. Again, thanks for reading.

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