Q&A: Can Anyone Sing Well?

Question: Can Anyone Sing Well?

Answer: This – true to my balancing Rising Libra Nature, always able to see everyone’s point of view – can be answered on many levels.

First, you’d have to define “sing” and “well”.

By today’s standards, with auto-tune on one side – turning even the “worst” singer into a super star, and the hyper critical masses – spoiled by 24/7 availability of the greatest singers of our time at the click of your mouse – on the other, how do you define “singing well” for yourself?

Because THAT’s what it comes down to. How YOU judge yourself, and what YOU want for yourself. Never mind other people.

So, here are my 2 cents worth from 17 years of teaching hundreds of students:

  1. Stop comparing. Tune into who YOU are and want to be, and then learn as much as possible from within, what you, and your body can and want to do. And yes, find a really good, qualified, tuned in healing voice teacher who is able to guide you along the fastest, funnest, and most fulfilling path!
  2. Free your voice. We all have a voice, but most of us don’t use it, because we, somewhere along the lines, learned that there are two groups of people in this world: singers, and non-singers.  Not using our full voice has created a lot of health issues that are preventable: Depression, anxiety, asthma, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. All are symptoms of a constricted energy. We all need to “sing” if that’s what we want to call it. Use our full voice, even if we’re not a “singer.” Just like we all use our full body, even if we’re not an “athlete.”
  3. Finally: Clear out the clutter, emotional (past patterns that no longer serve you, beliefs, habits, reactions to what others tell you), physical (learn really good technique, so you never hurt your voice, and have fun using it), and mental (I can’t, am I any good, etc, you know the drill).

Hope this helps. In any case: Have FUN and enjoy the gift you’ve been given:

Your Unique Voice!

Get It Now

 

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