“It’s okay to make noise. I express myself freely and joyously. I speak up for myself with ease. I express my creativity. I am willing to change.”
Louise Hay describes the throat as an ‘avenue of expression + a channel of creativity’. Problems arise with an ‘inability to speak up for one’s self + swallowed anger + stifled creativity + refusal to change’. Does this sound familiar? Are you closing your voice off and thus your light by not speaking your truth and expressing yourself? Words don't need to be the only answer. Express your creativity through art, by writing, by dancing or with other forms of movement. It's okay to make noise. What a beautiful sentiment. Shed beautiful tears, yell until your heart is content, breathe fire and thrash, laugh so loudly it echoes. Be big and expressive. Be grand and noisy! Make it count and make it loud and make it real and make it you. There is nothing wrong with walking in your truth and vibrating at your highest frequencies. If others are intimidated or unaffected or angered, let all of that weight fall on their shoulders. You - we- carry far too much. Let's just hold onto what is ours for the moment, shall we?
How can you make noise, be free, and speak your truth?