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The Power of Finding Your Voice

Being silenced as a child can leave deep imprints on many levels of our being and behavior. When we weren’t allowed to express ourselves fully, often because caregivers and people around us didn’t know better, our brains may be wired for fear and suppression. Our nervous system can become chronically stressed, always on alert, while constantly (and many times unconsciously) asking ourselves, “Am I doing the right thing? Am I saying the right thing?”. This can manifest physically, with body tension and a sense of perpetually being on guard.

 

The journey to liberation and finding our voice is transformative. When we allow ourselves to speak our truth, we activate the brain's reward centers, fostering a sense of empowerment and well-being. Our nervous system relaxes, and we find a new sense of peace. Physically, we feel lighter and more at ease. For me, solitude in nature has been an important and life-changing part of returning to myself and my genuine expression. The next step was to practice the same thing in writing, and the next again around people… and I do it again and again, like a lifelong way of living, learning, and loving what is, and a deep acceptance of who I am.

 

Liberating ourselves from the chains of silence isn't just about speaking up — it's about reclaiming our authenticity and honoring our true selves. It's a courageous act of self-love and a profound step towards healing.

 

Embrace your voice. Let it be heard. In doing so, you heal yourself and inspire others to do the same. Your authenticity is your strength.




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