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The Spiritual Power Of Your Voice

click for a free psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comWith so many talent shows on television these days, there seems to be so much singing talent all over world. The exposure created by these reality shows allows otherwise unheard of individuals to find an international platform for their gifts. Some of their voices bring us alive, others pull back our deeper layers of emotion, and some simply reduce us to tears.

There are youngsters taking the stage on some of these shows who have the voices of angels. Some have never even had a day’s professional vocal training and yet, they sing like they’ve had years of coaching to develop what is already a beautiful gift. They were clearly born with their gift. Like many inventors, and also great composers of music and literature, they bring in many lifetimes of their gifts to share with us.

My father was a singer and songwriter and had a lovely voice. He became quite famous when I was still very young. His voice would get people in a happy, nostalgic frame of mind with his sing-along compositions and, as a good-looking man, he sure got the ladies swooning with his ballads!

“If you look inside my throat and inside that of a person who cannot hold a tune, nor has quality in their singing voice, the anatomy is just the same,” he told me once. He then asked me a question, which really was food for thought: “So, where does a beautiful voice come from?”

I feel that if we have a distinctive singing or speaking voice, it is a gift we incarnated with, to incorporate in our life’s journey, as well as lessons which will be part of that journey. For example, a late friend had a beautiful voice. He was articulate, and the quality and tone was so distinctive in his voice that it was exquisite. It molded his career as a teacher and lecturer. Tragically, at the end of his life, some 15 years ago, a vicious strain of cancer developed in his mouth and he subsequently completely lost his voice. Losing his beautiful instrument caused him to pull back his energy back from the world.

The Human Voice is the most perfect instrument of all ~ Arvo Pärt

Our voice has much power. A person’s voice can annoy, bore, or calm us. When you think about how we affect our pets or children with the tone and pitch of our voices, you realize we have a powerful tool at our disposal for good, or bad. I feel grateful when I am told that my voice has had a soothing effect on others. My father always commented that it was squeaky – a life lesson for me in learning to let go of the past conditioning of a parent. He was after all the only one who ever found my voice to be squeaky!

Our voices are as individual as our fingerprints, each having a unique tone of its own, just like a signature. A mentor once explain to me how we send out our energetic imprints to everyone and everything around us when we use our voices. Just think how a vibrant voice or accent, or even an expression, can lift our spirits.

I often thought of this when I worked with a group of colleagues from Dublin, who would often use the expression “that’s grand!” It felt like they were somehow affirming that all was good – a positive affirmation. There are also certain chants that help us with meditation and in staying focused on the now.

Then there is the calming voice of someone like David Attenborough, the renowned English broadcaster and natural historian, whose soothing tone calms you as he takes you on his various worldly adventures in his radio and television broadcasts.

There is an aggressive voice fueled with anger which feels like a punch to the solar plexus area. I have sat with a person being yelled at by a loved one, as well as with a loved one sharing tender, gentle words with a loved one, and dowsed their energy field. The significant difference in the expansion of the energy field in the latter instance was phenomenal.

Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder ~ Rumi

Laughter, real belly laughter is the greatest expander of our energy field, and something I am often reminded of by Spirit: to laugh and laugh some more. Spirit wants us to laugh. Laughter, especially that of certain people, can be infectious and is a magical tonic for our spirit. Notice how a friend can call you and how you know right away by their tone if they are feeling flat, drained or hurt.

A friend called me today and simply said, “I just needed to hear your voice and I knew that the rest of the day would be okay.” That’s a lovely compliment, but I don’t feel it’s really me that was soothing her, but something coming through my voice box!

We have the ability to transform, heal or wound others with our voices and in realizing the impact we can and should have on people and the space around us, we will hopefully choose to be really responsible for the power we have to make a difference with what we say, and how we say it. May yours be a voice which helps to instill in others love instead of fear.


About The Author: Shani

Shani is a qualified practitioner in Reiki, aromatherapy, reflexology, body spin, and animal telepathy who received psychic development training at the Arthur Findlay College of Psychic Research in England. A published writer, her articles and predictions have appeared in several respected magazines and on psychic websites, and she has read for many celebrities and even heads of state in Africa. Though she was born in London, Shani has traveled the globe and has studied the art of African Mysticism, bringing her unique flavor to those seeking her incredible talents. Get a reading with Shani at PsychicAccess.com.

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