Your Voice/Pelvis Connection


Your voice is one of your most powerful tools and sources of information. 


The words you use to describe yourself, your body, your relationships can give you tremendous insight into how you view the world. 


There is no ultimate truth or reality, only what is true for you, so listening to the words that come out of your mouth can be truly enlightening and be a source of information while on your healing journey. 


Not only are the words important, but the actual speaking of your truth is equally important, if not more so. 


If you're like me, you often keep your thoughts and emotions inside because you don't want to bother someone or hurt their feelings. 


But keeping your voice from being expressed can contribute to all sorts of physical issues like pain, headaches, constipation and even rushing to the bathroom. 


Stress and anxiety are huge contributing factors to ongoing physical ailments, and having an authentic conversation that allows you to share yourself can be so healing. 


So, what are you not saying? 

What needs to be spoken aloud to either yourself or another?

What are you keeping inside and secretly hoping it just goes away? 


All these unspoken words could be contributing to your bladder leakage, headaches or chronic coughing, just to name a few. 


Expressing yourself is vital to your well-being. 

You are important enough to be heard. 


Spend some time with yourself and look to see what you've been holding in. It may not be obvious at first, but if you go through your relationships, you'll likely find something that needs to be expressed. 


And when you start practicing speaking, listen to what comes out of your mouth - the words you use. It could give you little hints as to what's behind the scenes as you continue along your healing journey.