We Are Triunes

We Are Triunes

We Are Triunes

I get on well with most people. That’s not necessarily a merit: I just move out of the way a lot. My agreeableness can be summed up with this Dutch saying: “I am quite good at going through the door with people”.

You may know the comic scene where two people both want to go through the same door simultaneously – without making it work.

Not so the two gentlemen in the picture: even though they appear a little stuck due to their size, they are probably going to work it out very companionably. They are Quite Capable of going through that door Together.

              Two men, agreeably stuck in a doorway

Well, same here. Which is why, when someone’s sudden antagonism, or even hostility, is openly directed at me, it invariably comes as a surprise — and I’m not always sure just what I did wrong, especially when I don’t even know them. But there it is: sometimes complete strangers just take an instant dislike to me, leaving me baffled and confused.

I’ve recently found it doesn’t actually have all that much to do with me: I make a specific type of person uncomfortable. Maybe you know the type: the ones who aren’t given to introspection, ⚠️.

I don’t mean to make them uncomfortable, and I’m not even sure how I do, but because they’re not given to introspection, they don’t ask themselves what it is they see or feel, they just want me out of their lives. And so I get an unceremonious kick in the butt and am left wondering what the hell just happened. 😳

The people whose company I enjoy 🥰 are pretty much like me. Well, not exactly, of course, we don’t think we’re alike at all, we have many dissimilarities. But the people I feel comfortable with are invariably highly sensitive. They are empathic. And they are intelligent. Also, they have this ‘spirituality’ thing that is quite hard to describe, because it’s real; it’s something they’ve thought long and hard about, and it’s something they own 💫 . Their spirituality is part of them, they understand the world in a way most people don’t. They just ‘know’ things.

The reason I am so comfortable with them, is because of the values we have in common. They are good people. Good people who, more often than not, have been through the mill. Life has dealt them blows, iOS 17.4 and those blows have shaped them.

I don’t think they are good people ‘because of those blows’. I’m inclined to think that they, like most people, were born as good people, but that, like or unlike most people, they just had poor boundaries – which made them easy prey to, well, that more antagonistic group of people who, rather than being given to introspection, is more readily given to ‘blaming’.

I’m not saying me and my peeps can’t be terribly annoying, cos we can 😇.  I’m also not saying we don’t make mistakes, because we do. And yes, every now and then we totally slip into victim-mode, because heck, we started deep deep down; and even though we’ve come a long way, sometimes those old wounds just shine right through, 😵‍💫. We get triggered. And we process. We regroup and decompress. And sometimes we slip and fall prey to the darkness.

But on average, we try to improve: our lives, our selves, the lives of those we love. And we try to make the best of things. Because we know that life has this endless capacity for being good and enjoyable, despite the hardness and the pain.

The people I get on with are given to at least some level of introspection, but the people I feel truly comfortable with are the people who have taken introspection to the next level: who are curious about the world and their part in it; who are curious about their relationships, and who are willing to take responsibility.

They are invariably deep thinkers, and they are spiritually open – but they don’t just ‘buy into’ stuff, they make up their own mind about things; they are independent thinkers and they think things through.

The people I most enjoy spending time with, the people I confide in, and who are privy to my innermost thoughts, who I allow myself to cry with, 😰, those who are allowed to know my fears, they are invariably Triunes. Like me, they have three highly engaged aspects that equally define them, for we are spiritually awake, highly intuitive hsp-empaths, and deep thinkers. And they always understand me. Every word I say lands on their platform of ‘Me too!’, helping me understand myself and my specific struggles — even when the rest of the world leaves me confused and feeling misunderstood, saying, “What do you even mean?”

I’m the odd one out nearly everywhere I go. But with my fellow Triunes I’m with my people. We never stop at just a few words, because we can talk forever, and for hours on end. Even so, a few words are enough to feel and be understood.

We hear each other, we recognize each other, we validate and acknowledge each other. We mirror each other back with love and understanding. 💝 We automatically give the other what we need, and we automatically give it back. Nope, that’s not a typo. I have found, over the years, that we teach what we need to learn, and we give away what we need for ourselves. But with Triunes, that is safe, because, having so often been taken advantage of, it’s a default setting not to take advantage of the other. In fact, we help each other strengthen our boundaries. And when we want to step back for a bit, even that is encouraged, because it is a need we know all too well.

We support each other – and we help each other grow.

I have found my tribe.

We are Triunes.

~ Dani

I get on well with most people. That’s not necessarily a merit: I just move out of the way a lot. My agreeableness can be summed up with this Dutch saying: “I am quite good at going through the door with people”.

You may know the comic scene where two people both want to go through the same door simultaneously – without making it work.

Not so the two gentlemen in the picture: even though they appear a little stuck due to their size, they are probably going to work it out very companionably. They are Quite Capable of going through that door Together.

Two men, agreeably stuck in a doorway

Well, same here. Which is why, when someone’s sudden antagonism, or even hostility, is openly directed at me, it invariably comes as a surprise — and I’m not always sure just what I did wrong, especially when I don’t even know them. But there it is: sometimes complete strangers just take an instant dislike to me, leaving me baffled and confused.

I’ve recently found it doesn’t actually have all that much to do with me: I make a specific type of person uncomfortable. Maybe you know the type: the ones who aren’t given to introspection, ⚠️.

I don’t mean to make them uncomfortable, and I’m not even sure how I do, but because they’re not given to introspection, they don’t ask themselves what it is they see or feel, they just want me out of their lives. And so I get an unceremonious kick in the butt and am left wondering what the hell just happened. 😳

The people whose company I enjoy 🥰 are pretty much like me. Well, not exactly, of course, we don’t think we’re alike at all, we have many dissimilarities. But the people I feel comfortable with are invariably highly sensitive. They are empathic. And they are intelligent. Also, they have this ‘spirituality’ thing that is quite hard to describe, because it’s real; it’s something they’ve thought long and hard about, and it’s something they own 💫 . Their spirituality is part of them, they understand the world in a way most people don’t. They just ‘know’ things.

The reason I am so comfortable with them, is because of the values we have in common. They are good people. Good people who, more often than not, have been through the mill. Life has dealt them blows, iOS 17.4 and those blows have shaped them.

I don’t think they are good people ‘because of those blows’. I’m inclined to think that they, like most people, were born as good people, but that, like or unlike most people, they just had poor boundaries – which made them easy prey to, well, that more antagonistic group of people who, rather than being given to introspection, is more readily given to ‘blaming’.

I’m not saying me and my peeps can’t be terribly annoying, cos we can 😇.  I’m also not saying we don’t make mistakes, because we do. And yes, every now and then we totally slip into victim-mode, because heck, we started deep deep down; and even though we’ve come a long way, sometimes those old wounds just shine right through, 😵‍💫. We get triggered. And we process. We regroup and decompress. And sometimes we slip and fall prey to the darkness.

But on average, we try to improve: our lives, our selves, the lives of those we love. And we try to make the best of things. Because we know that life has this endless capacity for being good and enjoyable, despite the hardness and the pain.

The people I get on with are given to at least some level of introspection, but the people I feel truly comfortable with are the people who have taken introspection to the next level: who are curious about the world and their part in it; who are curious about their relationships, and who are willing to take responsibility.

They are invariably deep thinkers, and they are spiritually open – but they don’t just ‘buy into’ stuff, they make up their own mind about things; they are independent thinkers and they think things through.

The people I most enjoy spending time with, the people I confide in, and who are privy to my innermost thoughts, who I allow myself to cry with, 😰, those who are allowed to know my fears, they are invariably Triunes. Like me, they have three highly engaged aspects that equally define them, for we are spiritually awake, highly intuitive hsp-empaths, and deep thinkers. And they always understand me. Every word I say lands on their platform of ‘Me too!’, helping me understand myself and my specific struggles — even when the rest of the world leaves me confused and feeling misunderstood, saying, “What do you even mean?”

I’m the odd one out nearly everywhere I go. But with my fellow Triunes I’m with my people. We never stop at just a few words, because we can talk forever, and for hours on end. Even so, a few words are enough to feel and be understood.

We hear each other, we recognize each other, we validate and acknowledge each other. We mirror each other back with love and understanding. 💝 We automatically give the other what we need, and we automatically give it back. Nope, that’s not a typo. I have found, over the years, that we teach what we need to learn, and we give away what we need for ourselves. But with Triunes, that is safe, because, having so often been taken advantage of, it’s a default setting not to take advantage of the other. In fact, we help each other strengthen our boundaries. And when we want to step back for a bit, even that is encouraged, because it is a need we know all too well.

We support each other – and we help each other grow.

I have found my tribe.

We are Triunes.

~ Dani

I get on well with most people. That’s not necessarily a merit: I just move out of the way a lot. My agreeableness can be summed up with this Dutch saying: “I am quite good at going through the door with people”.

You may know the comic scene where two people both want to go through the same door simultaneously – without making it work.

Not so the two gentlemen in the picture: even though they appear a little stuck due to their size, they are probably going to work it out very companionably. They are Quite Capable of going through that door Together.

Two men, agreeably stuck in a doorway

Well, same here. Which is why, when someone’s sudden antagonism, or even hostility, is openly directed at me, it invariably comes as a surprise — and I’m not always sure just what I did wrong, especially when I don’t even know them. But there it is: sometimes complete strangers just take an instant dislike to me, leaving me baffled and confused.

I’ve recently found it doesn’t actually have all that much to do with me: I make a specific type of person uncomfortable. Maybe you know the type: the ones who aren’t given to introspection, ⚠️.

I don’t mean to make them uncomfortable, and I’m not even sure how I do, but because they’re not given to introspection, they don’t ask themselves what it is they see or feel, they just want me out of their lives. And so I get an unceremonious kick in the butt and am left wondering what the hell just happened. 😳

The people whose company I enjoy 🥰 are pretty much like me. Well, not exactly, of course, we don’t think we’re alike at all, we have many dissimilarities. But the people I feel comfortable with are invariably highly sensitive. They are empathic. And they are intelligent. Also, they have this ‘spirituality’ thing that is quite hard to describe, because it’s real; it’s something they’ve thought long and hard about, and it’s something they own 💫 . Their spirituality is part of them, they understand the world in a way most people don’t. They just ‘know’ things.

The reason I am so comfortable with them, is because of the values we have in common. They are good people. Good people who, more often than not, have been through the mill. Life has dealt them blows, iOS 17.4 and those blows have shaped them.

I don’t think they are good people ‘because of those blows’. I’m inclined to think that they, like most people, were born as good people, but that, like or unlike most people, they just had poor boundaries – which made them easy prey to, well, that more antagonistic group of people who, rather than being given to introspection, is more readily given to ‘blaming’.

I’m not saying me and my peeps can’t be terribly annoying, cos we can 😇.  I’m also not saying we don’t make mistakes, because we do. And yes, every now and then we totally slip into victim-mode, because heck, we started deep deep down; and even though we’ve come a long way, sometimes those old wounds just shine right through, 😵‍💫. We get triggered. And we process. We regroup and decompress. And sometimes we slip and fall prey to the darkness.

But on average, we try to improve: our lives, our selves, the lives of those we love. And we try to make the best of things. Because we know that life has this endless capacity for being good and enjoyable, despite the hardness and the pain.

The people I get on with are given to at least some level of introspection, but the people I feel truly comfortable with are the people who have taken introspection to the next level: who are curious about the world and their part in it; who are curious about their relationships, and who are willing to take responsibility.

They are invariably deep thinkers, and they are spiritually open – but they don’t just ‘buy into’ stuff, they make up their own mind about things; they are independent thinkers and they think things through.

The people I most enjoy spending time with, the people I confide in, and who are privy to my innermost thoughts, who I allow myself to cry with, 😰, those who are allowed to know my fears, they are invariably Triunes. Like me, they have three highly engaged aspects that equally define them, for we are spiritually awake, highly intuitive hsp-empaths, and deep thinkers. And they always understand me. Every word I say lands on their platform of ‘Me too!’, helping me understand myself and my specific struggles — even when the rest of the world leaves me confused and feeling misunderstood, saying, “What do you even mean?”

I’m the odd one out nearly everywhere I go. But with my fellow Triunes I’m with my people. We never stop at just a few words, because we can talk forever, and for hours on end. Even so, a few words are enough to feel and be understood.

We hear each other, we recognize each other, we validate and acknowledge each other. We mirror each other back with love and understanding. 💝 We automatically give the other what we need, and we automatically give it back. Nope, that’s not a typo. I have found, over the years, that we teach what we need to learn, and we give away what we need for ourselves. But with Triunes, that is safe, because, having so often been taken advantage of, it’s a default setting not to take advantage of the other. In fact, we help each other strengthen our boundaries. And when we want to step back for a bit, even that is encouraged, because it is a need we know all too well.

We support each other – and we help each other grow.

I have found my tribe.

We are Triunes.

~ Dani

The Manifesting Formula for Triunes - Book

Do you recognize yourself in this description? Do you wish you knew others like yourself?

The best way to recognize other Triunes is by being clear on what it means to be one. Find out what makes you tick, and why you are different, with The Manifesting Formula for Triunes, a nifty little book written especially for Triunes.

Join the Master Class for Deep-thinking & Spiritual HSP-Empaths

This Master Class introduces the Manifesting Formula for Triunes and marks a powerful step towards aligning your Spiritual Self, your Sensory Self and your Rational Self.

Discover why alignment of your Three Selves is so crucial to your success, and learn how the Manifesting Formula can bring you a vital step closer to creating the life you have always envisioned for yourself.

The Manifesting Formula for Triunes

Mantras, affirmations and visualisations only tell half the manifesting story. The Formula shows you the other half – and it has the potential to change your life. Read more…

Be Part of the Triune Tribe ✨

Imagine having a group of like-minded peeps, spiritual and introspective hsp-empaths who aren’t all set on handing out advice, but who understand the power of just letting you talk; a group who keeps the space for you; and who share their version – because a lot of it will have happened to them too! – and they maybe even provide you with just that nudge to help you pivot.

The Manifesting Formula for Triunes - Book

Do you recognize yourself in this description? Do you wish you knew others like yourself?

The best way to recognize other Triunes is by being clear on what it means to be one. Find out what makes you tick, and why you are different, with The Manifesting Formula for Triunes, a nifty little book written especially for Triunes.

Join the Master Class for Deep-thinking & Spiritual HSP-Empaths

This Master Class introduces the Manifesting Formula for Triunes and marks a powerful step towards aligning your Spiritual Self, your Sensory Self and your Rational Self.

Discover why alignment of your Three Selves is so crucial to your success, and learn how the Manifesting Formula can bring you a vital step closer to creating the life you have always envisioned for yourself.

The Manifesting Formula for Triunes

Mantras, affirmations and visualisations only tell half the manifesting story. The Formula shows you the other half – and it has the potential to change your life. Read more…

Be Part of the Triune Tribe ✨

Imagine having a group of like-minded peeps, spiritual and introspective hsp-empaths who aren’t all set on handing out advice, but who understand the power of just letting you talk; a group who keeps the space for you; and who share their version – because a lot of it will have happened to them too! – and they maybe even provide you with just that nudge to help you pivot.

The Manifesting Formula for Triunes - Book

Do you recognize yourself in this description? Do you wish you knew others like yourself?

The best way to recognize other Triunes is by being clear on what it means to be one. Find out what makes you tick, and why you are different, with The Manifesting Formula for Triunes, a nifty little book written especially for Triunes.

Join the Master Class for Deep-thinking & Spiritual HSP-Empaths

This Master Class introduces the Manifesting Formula for Triunes and marks a powerful step towards aligning your Spiritual Self, your Sensory Self and your Rational Self.

Discover why alignment of your Three Selves is so crucial to your success, and learn how the Manifesting Formula can bring you a vital step closer to creating the life you have always envisioned for yourself.

The Manifesting Formula for Triunes

Mantras, affirmations and visualisations only tell half the manifesting story. The Formula shows you the other half – and it has the potential to change your life. Read more…

Be Part of the Triune Tribe ✨

Imagine having a group of like-minded peeps, spiritual and introspective hsp-empaths who aren’t all set on handing out advice, but who understand the power of just letting you talk; a group who keeps the space for you; and who share their version – because a lot of it will have happened to them too! – and they maybe even provide you with just that nudge to help you pivot.

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