High Sensitivity Helpsheet


Some people have high sensitivity i.e. being unusually affected or (quickly) becoming unwell with certain external influences. Sometimes, if there is a history of high sensitivity, the individual may also be sensitive to Source Resonances and may benefit from a more cautious approach to prescribing.

Note: Although there have been a few instances of this in the past, we are revising the way in which the Source Resonances are created and will run trials to look into this in due course.


Screening Questions

The following Screening Questions can help with identifying sensitive individuals.

Do you consider yourself to have high sensitivity?

If so, what does this mean to you and what symptoms do you experience that you associate with high sensitivity?

Specifically, do you have a history of high sensitivity with any of the following items?

      a) Sound, light, busy environments, social situations (sensory overload)
      b) Foods (e.g. gluten, caffeine, sugar, dairy), chemical toxins, EMF (Electro-magnetic frequencies) e.g. mobile phone signals and wi-fi, bites, stings, nutritional supplements?
      c) Prescription drugs (e.g. allergy to antibiotics) or recreational/street drugs (including alcohol)?
      d) Healing therapies (susceptibility to aggravations) and meditative practices (for example feeling ungrounded afterwards, or finding it hard to re-engage with daily life)?

If relevant, when you have a strong sensitivity reaction where would you rate it, from 0 to 10 (where 10 is extremely strong)?

This information can provide a baseline for reference when prescribing for people with high sensitivity.


Strategies for working with high sensitivity

When using Resonances with high sensitivity individuals it is important:

Here are some ideas of how to build up gradually when using the Resonances. The client and practitioner may be able to assess together what level to start with:

For audio Resonances:

Audios can be particularly suitable for those with high sensitivity.

For liquid/pill Resonances:

Observe carefully. See the Self-help Usage Instructions or, for homeopaths, prescribing recommendations. The Source Medicine ABC page has additional practitioner recommendations for working with clients with high sensitivity or complex conditions, including the use of the SR System Balancers.

The use of a pendulum, kinesiology or other techniques to check suitabiltiy of prescriptions, frequency, length of audio etc. can be helpful.