Article by Holly Clark, Life Design Coach and EFT & Matrix Re-imprinting
As other people’s voices and opinions get louder and we’re bombarded with so many external influences in the digital age, how can we be certain we are listening to our own inner guidance and know we are speaking our own truth into the world? Using our voice isn’t necessarily about shouting louder to be heard, but communicating with clarity from the power and wisdom of our own inner authority.
Do you ever notice the thoughts you have about yourself, other people and the world around you? We can live with so many conflicting narrators in our heads, commenting on our every experience and trying to make sense of life from their limited perspectives. Sometimes we don’t even notice it happening. Whether it’s the voice of a disapproving parent, the resistant child, the taskmaster, our own inner critic or another internal character, the mind can get pretty loud sometimes and it can be hard to know which one to listen to. That’s why it’s so important to tune into the wisdom of what we feel in our body, not just the warped logic of the mind.
By accessing the wisdom of the body with somatic exercises, you’ll embark on an internal journey to realign with your higher self’s whisperings and connect to a deeper, more grounded authority within. Instead of reacting to the outside world from a wounded, fearful energy, or from external conditioning, I can support you to connect with your most authentic, innate powerful voice and use it to create the truest, wildest version of your life, knowing you are speaking, standing up for and living everything you believe in.
When we use our inner voice to communicate and create our experiences in the outer world, we are truly in alignment.
It’s so rare that we give ourselves permission to fully express ourselves out loud, particularly what we see as the ‘lower vibration’ emotions like anger, rage, jealousy, frustration etc. When was the last time you really let yourself scream, or shout and punch pillows without caring who might see or hear? It’s not always easy to find a safe space to express yourself freely like this but I encourage you to try! I find driving alone on a boring motorway a really great time to scream and shout and swear about whatever is troubling my mind. Of course, always stay safe and be aware of your surroundings and the safety of others.