Voice, Message, & Intention

I think a very important aspect of being emotionally healthy is being able to speak your voice. Holding in your thoughts and feelings is uncomfortable and unhealthy. As an energy worker, I believe that we are more than our physical body and that our physical health depends upon our emotional, mental, and spiritual health in addition to nurturing and maintaining the physical. 

Holding on to emotions like anger stores chemicals in the body that create an optimal environment for disease to thrive within the body. It also takes its toll on you carrying it around with you constantly. Even if the emotions aren’t as extreme, regularly suppressing your thoughts, feelings, and ideas is stifling.

Today I just want to encourage you to use your voice if you’ve lost it over the years. If you use it regularly I’d like to challenge you to pay attention to your tone and intention. How do you use your voice most often? What tone do you use? What intention do you have? Is your message coming from a place of love?

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I’d love to hear your thoughts, feel free to leave them in the comments ❤

39 thoughts on “Voice, Message, & Intention

    1. It happens, we’re human. I think the important part is being mindful and correcting ourselves when we catch ourselves. I’m doing well, thanks for asking. Due to send the copy of my book to beta readers this week, very excited! 🙂

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      1. We are a work in progress 🙂

        How exciting, I know I can always count on you for support 🙂 Tentative release date is in April for the ebook format, print TBD but I’m moving forward with ebook to get the message out ❤

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      2. It can be, I like to think of it like plants. You plant the seed and depending on the plant it may take a while before you see it sprout or it might happen quickly. We have to nurture a plant for it to grow healthy and strong just as we have to be consistent and patient to see the results. In a world of instant gratification it sure can be hard to take steps without seeing results for a while but just because we don’t see them doesn’t mean there isn’t progress… ❤

        I'll leave that up to you. I have to say, I'm pretty smitten with the ebook version but I'm biased so don't take my word for it 😉

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      1. The thing is, when you’ve been silent for so long, it’s a change when you speak up. Change is often hard for people to deal with when they initiate it and can be even harder when it’s brought into their lives. So it’s not unexpected there will be an uncomfortable transition period as you adjust to regularly using your voice and others to not only hearing but listening to the message.

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  1. I will love this post.. My grandson which is 7 told me I needed to yelling at him which is true.. but after the fourth time of telling him something I do raise my voice.. so I said I will not yell at you if you will listen to me and I also put it on my vision board to help me remember..

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    1. Oh yes, it can be challenging. I stopped yelling 4 years ago because I was a tyrant and I didn’t like it. I have yelled on occasion but very isolated times as opposed to every time my daughter didn’t listen. It’s been challenging but has also made me find ways to communicate with her in ways I wouldn’t have otherwise. It can take a while to adjust to it, there are some great resources out there to help change that habit. Sending lots of love your way! ❤

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