Have you ever felt like you’re “being” is stuck and that you know you’re meant for a voice, much bigger than the one you have right now?
Such a common experience for singers looking to build confidence in their voices. The good news? It’s totally possible to learn how to stop turning your flame down and start exploring your most expansive voice.
So the dictionary defines expansion as the act of becoming larger or more extensive.
Expansiveness as singers shows up as the bold brave acts of truth speaking, and stepping on stage and singing our faces off in front of an audience.
And then on a larger scale, how our own personal bold brave acts then create a ripple effect in the world.
It can be easy can’t it? …to turn our own flame down to make sure that other people are happy, or to make sure that we aren’t taking up too much space.
This shows up in many of my voice coaching clients.
Three things happen when we are bold and expansive:
It’s inspiring to others and we then in turn give them permission to do the same.
When we take bold action, The Universe can then truly support us in being free and being the most “us” we want to be!
It feels good to take up space.
2 ways you can be more expansive
Meet yourself where you are right now. You are whole you don’t need to be fixed. Owning this truth can allow you to move forward and make choices that feel most aligned for you as you grow. This creates a feeling of safety in your own body, to grow from a place of possibility rather than from a place of fear.
Next, adopt an acceptance mindset that allows for more curiosity. Becoming curious about what’s possible, can start to peel away the layers of conditioning that you’ve received from others your entire life. I call this “The Great Excavation”!
The deeper inner knowing of your most authentic self will help guide your most expansive choices rather than measuring them by somebody else’s ruler.
Voice and confidence coaching for singers, truth speakers and entrepreneurs.
I live and work on the sacred land of Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People, and I acknowledge them as the past, present, and future caretakers of this land. Being a steward of culture in the arts industry, I am committed to uphold the values of collaboration and inclusivity in all that I offer in this work. ALL voices welcome in my virtual and in person studio.