Can expressive writing help empaths and highly sensitive people free themselves from anxiety and self doubt?
Listen in to the first episode of the Best Of series where we republish past episodes that are relates to the issues we face today as a society. Join Leesa Renee Hall as she shares her incredible journey to self-love and ancestral healing as an empath, introvert, and woman of color.
Topics Covered with Leesa Renee Hall
- How being a highly sensitive person is a form of cultural rebellion
- How choice is a form of privilege
- Ways to avoid cultural appropriation
- How expressive writing can dismantle and disengage from white supremacy
- How the role of productivity disconnects us from one another
- The importance of questions in the process of transformation
- If curiosity didn’t kill the cat, what did?
- How the “cult of positivity” is harmful to empaths and HSPs
- The four types of ancestors and how ancestry moves beyond genetic lineage
- The opportunities hidden behind the chaos of our modern times
- Hear what Jimi Hendrix had to say about criticism and praise
Leesa Renee Hall is an author and facilitator who helps highly sensitive introverted leaders (HSIL for short) use the art of self-inquiry to question their unconscious biases so they create truly inclusive organizations.