Heart versus head

28 June 2018

Your head might tell you things

things about right and wrong

How might made right

or harsh feelings were felt so strong.


But if you listen humbly

to the whispers of your heart

You’ll notice that there’s something,

something hidden that stands apart.


Memories of a love so true

pour out from this heart in pain

A lost love, an unrequited love or a hurt love

a love with one of these names.


But it is not about the name given

you might think you can hold onto

It is about the essence, love

that will always stay with you.


Your head might tell you things

But it’s your heart that remembers the truth.




Credits featured image: Casey Horner on Unsplash

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Sensitief zijn en je emoties voelen is sterk en positief. Maar in onze samenleving vinden wij vaak het tegenovergestelde. Al lange tijd slaan we de plank volledig mis. We komen er steeds meer achter dat niet voelen en niet over je gevoelens praten juist voor problemen als stress, depressies en ongezonde keuzes zorgt. En dat sensitief zijn een sterke eigenschap is waar we veel meer mee kunnen. Door mijn verhalen te delen wil ik je laten zien dat sensitief zijn en je lastige emoties aangaan zoveel sterker is dan niet voelen en dat we als sensitief mens (wat we allemaal zijn) gewoon mogen Zijn.

About me
Being sensitive and feeling your emotions is powerful and positive. But for centuries we’re thinking quite the opposite. We’ve been wrong all this time. We are starting to understand that not feeling and avoiding to talk about our feelings is what is causing our problems (stress, depression, unhealthy choices). We now also know that being sensitive is more than emotions and that it’s a quality that can help us in many more ways. By sharing my own stories I’d love to show you that being sensitive and feeling your difficult emotions is much stronger than not feeling at all and that as a sensitive being (which we all are) we can just Be.
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