Masters of Health Magazine July 2020 | Page 99

Reconnecting with the

Energy of Past Voices

Our voice has changed many times throughout our lives reflecting physical, mental and emotional metamorphoses. For example, our voice at two years old was different than the voice we possessed when we were ages 17, 40 or 80.

Our voice is also much different when we are depressed, in love or after we land that big contract at work.

When in a meditative state imagine a time in the past. How did your voice sound then? Now, say your name aloud, while still pretending that you are in the past. For example, "I am Jill", and I vividly imagine being at a picnic when I was eight years old.

I listen, feel and grasp the emotions in my words. Now select another memory, recreate the situation in your imagination and say your name again.

How does it feel? Does it sound differently than the earlier voice?

Our various voices contain the energy that we experienced at different times.

There are advantageous applications of this simple process.

Here are some examples:

* What was the best moment of your life? What did your voice sound like? If you recreate the voice, then you recreate the energy of that moment. If you continue to express this energy in your voice today, you continue to experience the accompanying energy.

* When have you felt the closest to God? What did your voice sound like then? Recreate that voice and you'll go to that space - feeling the same, close divine connection!

* When you remember a scene from childhood and completely submerse yourself into the memory, you can speak and hear your child's voice. If you go back early enough you will hear innocence and purity in your voice. You can bring back some of those beautiful qualities by speaking as you did then.

* Recall a painful time, when your voice was full of negative emotions. While you are imagining you are back reliving this event, you can talk in an uplifting and positive voice.

This changes your memory and its associated feelings, recreating a more positive memory.

This can also facilitate an emotional release of the stored negative energy associated with this situation.

By Jill Mattson