Saturday, May 12, 2012

Featuring The Mystery of Spiritual Sensitivity

Welcome Blog Hoppers!

It is time I showcase the books I have written about high sensitivity since that is the purpose for this blog hop! I was caught in the middle of a thought and in a cunundrum. I had prepared my other blog, a new site that I am developing to be a safe place for children where the focus is the children's books that I have written, the Sassy Pants Series. This new site was originally to be the first place blog hoppers landed, but somehow we got this URL in the works instead of that one...if that is the worst that happens, life is a piece of cake!

Now that I finished the God thoughts that were on my mind I want to feature The Mystery of Spiritual Sensitivity today. If you have ever wondered what God was thinking when He made you the way you are, you will want to read this book!

In a society that values production and performance, highly sensitive people struggle to make sense of the overwhelming data stream that daily bombards them. The Mystery was written to give voice and vocabulary to how highly sensitive people experience life, to help them understand the dynamics that wounded them and caused them to hate the way are, and to bring healing to those wounds. It also touches on how this high sensitivity can facilitate and/or muck up marriage and parenting relationships.

It explains why God made some 20-30% of the population this way—to be His burden bearers who continue the ministry of reconciliation that Jesus began. Highly sensitive people are wonderfully and uniquely designed to be His “special forces” in a spiritual war. Highly sensitive people are not crazy, just different from many—and that is a good thing!
I wrote it because I don't want you or someone you know to have to go one more day with an exhaustion or a sadness that seems bottomless. I don't want you know to have the inner pressure build so that you turn to cutting, alcohol or drugs to numb the pain. There is a reason you feel what you do. God gave you a gift that He intends to result in joy and fulfillment; the enemy means to turn it to your destruction. It is meant to be a blessing, but for far to many of us it feels like a curse. I know, I've been there. There is a way back to joy!

What people are saying about The Mystery of Spiritual Sensitivity:
“Carol has put her finger on a huge problem in a way that brings healing and understanding about one of God’s great gifts.  Emotional, spiritual and neurological sensitivity are a painful gift and we must cherish and protect those who carry such deep links between us, God and each other.  Everyone who has cringed at the pain they feel in the world should read this book and learn a way back to peace.”

E. James Wilder, Ph.D. psychologist, teacher counselor, international speaker, co-founder of Shepherd’s House says,

 “Some people write about healing from their extensive studies.  Some people write based strictly on their perceptions of God’s Word.  Carol writes from both of these viewpoints plus many years of living God’s healing answers and revealing His resurrecting revelations to saints in deepest need.  This is a work book for healers written by a healer who has persevered at the side of a trustworthy God.  You will not just read Carol’s book, you will devour and re-read it and appropriate it into your life and your ministry.” 

Paul & Gretel Haglin, Aeronautical Engineer, Pastor, teachers, international speakers, and founders of Resurrection Life Ministries,Hawk Point, MO.

Carol Brown's book about the mystery of spiritual sensitivity is an innovative exploration of "intercession that begins in the heart of God." She does an excellent job of showing how God created us with everything necessary to accept the challenge of bearing one another's burdens. Carol's book is full of interesting sotries that helped me understand and relate to her premise of how important it is to synchronize with others. Carol's writing is expressive, motivational, and exciting. She brought to my attention how important it is to look at my weaknesses that could create more of a burden to the person to whom I want to help. This book will help many people in the church.
                                                                                                                                          Cheryl Knight
                                                                                                                                           C.A.R.E., Inc.

Some straight talk from someone who has been there.  Mark Sandford, Elijah House Ministries

More about this book tomorrow and then we will feature, Highly Sensitive, the companion volume. If you have questions or comments, both are welcome. You can also find more information about each book on my website

And don't forget to sign up for the Giveaway drawing. Winner will be announced on the 15th, 16th at the latest! 

Blessings, Carol

Blog Hop Participants:

1. Lorilyn Roberts (John 3:16 Network Blog)

2. Lynn DoveWord Salt (Host blog) -

6. April Gardner -

8. Thomas Blubaugh -

10. Heather Bixler

12. Deborah Bateman -

17. Amanda Stephan -

18. Saundra Dalton

24. Martin Roth

25. Janet Perez Eckles -

26. Kenneth Winters

27. Eddie Snipes

29. Janalyn Voigt -

32. Marcia Laycock

35. Elaine Marie Cooper -

37. Jairus B. King

40. Bob Saffrin -

42. Ray Lincoln -

46. Pauline Creeden -

47. Katherine Harms -

50. Melissa Main

52. Sandy Humphrey -


  1. Hi Carol,
    The book sounds like a true champion in this arena. The world we live in today is such an insensitive world. To ignore the need to be sensitive and acknowledge the sensitive is something we cannot afford to do in the church today.

    Lot of great books to read and knowledge to glean from.

    God Bless,
    Joe Young

  2. delited to find your books, Carol! TY for sharing your gifts with us readers and intercessors :) !
    i've entered and tweeted your giveaway w/ link to here..
    faithhopecherrytea at *gmail.*com
    blessings ...

  3. would also love a follow back - either gfc or networked blogs works for me :)
    Welcome to Faith Hope & Cherrytea !