Being with what is: How to use meditation to improve your life as an Introvert and Highly Sensitive Person.

Have you ever tried meditation? Ever wondered how it could improve the lives of Highly Sensitive People (HSPs), introverts, and empaths?


My latest podcast guest shared a wealth of wisdom when it comes to the topic of meditation and being a sensitive human being.


David Johnson is a life coach for introverts and highly-sensitive people, where he helps people gain confidence in themselves and in the lives that they wish to live by using the techniques that he has learned while studying Buddhism.


David is a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), introvert, and INFJ who is currently located on the island of Maui, in Hawaii.


He is originally from the United Kingdom and spent seven years living in a Buddhist community studying meditation with a Tibetan Buddhist teacher when he was in his late twenties.


Now, David co-facilitates men’s mentoring circles in the local jail on Maui and has a passion for helping the quieter folk. He is an advocate for men who are struggling with understanding their personality type and are looking for strategies to be in the world without changing who they are.


Join us for this refreshing episode on meditation, where we debunk the myths, talk about its benefits, and a share a few simple tips to keep up your meditation practice.


One of my favorite things that David said was that, “It’s all about awareness (of the mind and what’s going on in there, and being there with what is…and allowing). Our mind is like a puppy and it takes us all over the place. You can sit anywhere and watch the breath going into your nose and out of your mouth (ex. The bathroom is not the most ideal place, but you can truly fit in breathing anywhere you are).”


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