The Spiritual Artist Podcast

Fiber Artist Cheryl R. Janis Shares Her Highly-Sensitive (HSP) Process

December 04, 2020 Christopher J. Miller Season 1 Episode 13
The Spiritual Artist Podcast
Fiber Artist Cheryl R. Janis Shares Her Highly-Sensitive (HSP) Process
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The Spiritual Artist Podcast
Fiber Artist Cheryl R. Janis Shares Her Highly-Sensitive (HSP) Process
Dec 04, 2020 Season 1 Episode 13
Christopher J. Miller

New Mexico Fiber Artist Cheryl R. Janis explains her meditative preparation before weaving, her conscious choice of cruelty-free, ethical fibers, and the use of her intuitive and empathic faculties while weaving. How do we connect with Spirit during the creative process? Does our choice of material carry a consciousness ? As a highly-sensitive person (HSP), Cheryl shares her walk through her "Dark Night of the Soul," where she cleared past issues and revealed her connection to all that is. She emphasizes the importance of setting a firm intention before beginning work and listening to Spirit's subtle energies.
The conversation includes references to Eckhart Tolle's meditative practices and Elaine N. Aron's "The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You."
Cheryl R. Janis is a fiber artist with a wellness design background. Cheryl specializes in high-texture modern weaves made with small-batch, organic, raw, and ethical fibers. For more information, visit www.theenchantedweave.com or www.urbanartistmarket.com. For assistance with HSP, visit Cheryl's energy healing website: www.neshamaenergyhealing.com.

Show Notes

New Mexico Fiber Artist Cheryl R. Janis explains her meditative preparation before weaving, her conscious choice of cruelty-free, ethical fibers, and the use of her intuitive and empathic faculties while weaving. How do we connect with Spirit during the creative process? Does our choice of material carry a consciousness ? As a highly-sensitive person (HSP), Cheryl shares her walk through her "Dark Night of the Soul," where she cleared past issues and revealed her connection to all that is. She emphasizes the importance of setting a firm intention before beginning work and listening to Spirit's subtle energies.
The conversation includes references to Eckhart Tolle's meditative practices and Elaine N. Aron's "The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You."
Cheryl R. Janis is a fiber artist with a wellness design background. Cheryl specializes in high-texture modern weaves made with small-batch, organic, raw, and ethical fibers. For more information, visit www.theenchantedweave.com or www.urbanartistmarket.com. For assistance with HSP, visit Cheryl's energy healing website: www.neshamaenergyhealing.com.