A Song to Power Up your Healthy Voice

Wow, it’s been a long time since I’ve posted. Been in the writing cave friends – finishing the book that will allow you to get empowered with your Healthy Voice at any time you want. The last few weeks I’ve been finalizing the pieces of what really make up how to tap into this Healthy Voice, this powerful spirit that can help carry you. Whatever you know it as – wherever you know it from – it’s yours, and I know that this tool of the Healthy Voice will help you tap it in powerful ways.

One of those ways is something I’m calling the Healthy Voice Power Up Song. They are songs that take you to another level with their lyrics, beat, and sometimes U2- like increasing crescendo (I think it’s called) and make you feel like you can achieve anything or be freed of any suffering. They make you feel empowered. Today’s is “Shake it Out” by Florence and the Machine.

I chose this song today because we all know it and because I’ve listened to this one having a Healthy Voice Moment (Another way to tune into it). I was on a bike out in the country with this playing on my arm and feeling the power on every level – legs moving with the spin of the wheel, road beneath my feet, wind blowing through me, rhythm of the song matching the rhythm of my cycling – cool stuff. Then, the lyrics just make it even better.

So I encourage you to listen to it in a self-empowering way (even if you have some grinding on the dance floor memory with it). Put it on your workout mix. Read the lyrics. Stand in the sun with no one and around and listen to it…It’s a true song of the dance between the Unhealthy Voice and the Healthy Voice and it can guide you to the power of what is true for your best self. I’ll end it with my few favorite lines of the song…

Shake it out, shake it out…it’s hard to dance with the devil on your back, so shake him off, oh whoa…

It’s a fine romance but it’s left me so undone, It’s always darkest before the dawn.

One Response

  1. Love, love, LOVE it!

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