Pretending to be Justin Timberlake, Blake Shelton or Aretha Franklin while belting songs in the shower is healthy; it’s a fun (if not, daffy) way to explore your inner voice, or life yearnings. Unfortunately, some choose to ignore those desires from within. Perhaps, warbling in the water may be the wake up call folks need to focus on two other ways to express their inner voices.
Do you use the phrases, “Doesn’t matter to me,” or “I really don’t care” too frequently? Like I tell my psychic consultation clients, being easygoing is one thing, but being idle and lacking an honest opinion can prevent one from making decisions and taking actions that positively impact his or her life. Developing opinions doesn’t mean you have to vocalize them to the world or engage in heated debates. Most times, it’s essential that you, and you alone, understand and value your opinions. Once you embrace and own them, you’ll be amazed at how much easier moving your life forward will become.
Keeping personal aspirations buried under fear or little confidence is a form of self-imprisonment. However, acknowledging what you want to achieve, regardless of scope, will free your inner voice. Again, some of my clients are surprised when I zero in on their secret ambitions. Recently, I told a career-long military guy that my psychic insights saw him on stage performing or expressing himself, and he we was loving the spotlight! At first, my client was mum. Eventually, he shared, “Man, I can’t believe what you just said. I’ve always dreamed of being a stand-up comedian!” After he claimed his desire, we discussed potential next steps for his laugh track.
Honoring your opinions and ambitions, and, yes, singing in the shower, are ways to channel your inner voice. Why not ignite it next time you’re scrubbing up? As the water sprays you with energy, take your pick of a musical artist and croon away!
For the record, today, I was Bruno Mars!
Love and light,