The importance of ‘gratitude’ is often discussed this time of year, and I’ve found a way of using gratitude that can be even more powerful when linked to our singing technique.
This isn’t just a “woo woo” theory. I use this idea in my studio and in my own singing technique year round and I can attest to the results.
You’ll learn exactly what this is all about, and the four steps to implementing it into your singing technique in today’s blog video:
Now I’d love to hear from you. After you’ve done the gratitude and awareness journaling exercise I outline in the video, in the comments below please share your discoveries to these questions:
- In what ways do I interfere with my body’s efficient design to make sound? (Think about your habits, tensions, ideas of control and manipulation of sound)
- What would happen if I stepped out of the way? (In what way can gratitude help me entrust my technique to my body’s sound making design?)
- What feelings come up when I think about the prospect of doing this?
Remember, share as much detail as possible in your reply. So many singers come here each week for insight and inspiration, and your story may help someone else have a meaningful breakthrough.
If there are other singers in your life who could benefit from this conversation, forward this post to them. Let them know you support them and expand the community of compassionate rather then competitive singers.
Your voice is a unique gift the world is just waiting to receive. Thank you so much for adding your insight to the conversation. You make this community a shining example of what’s possible when singers come together to support each other in finding their best singing.
Thank you so much for reading, watching and sharing your journey with me.
From my heart to yours on this Thanksgiving,