Writing and Sounding Self Forgiveness at the Same Time - Is this Effective?

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Writing and Sounding Self Forgiveness at the Same Time - Is this Effective?

Postby Garbrielle » 21 Nov 2017, 06:51

I have been sounding my self forgiveness for quite a number of years out loud, I have seen the release and the support this practice brings within the moment of doing it and the after math so to speak of walking the realizations and commitments that I have brought through for myself as solutions.

My question is on the sounding of self forgiveness because i have played with specific sounds in specific situations, such as a calm voice when i am feeling really shitty inside and had an incident that made me feel quite low. Or when i have fallen on a point a few times, and bringing through a stern, deep, resonating voice within me to ensure i understand that enough is enough on this point. I connect this to the Atlanteans interviews through eqafe where they bring through specific sounds in self forgiveness for specific mind points/systems one is facing.

One thing I have started doing, well i have done it for a while, but am not sure that it is most effective, and this is when i write self forgiveness out, I speak it as i write it, so the focus is not so much on my sound as it's a more monotone sound and it's got like a chippyness to it (positive expression) coming through as i enjoy moving through a the point and getting understanding and insight for solutions. This is what i am actually doing at the moment so it's a real time example and thought i'd ask if it is relevant or not because it's here and I am not clear on it. Is this method of writing and speaking self forgiveness at the same time effective to bring through the release of the crystals within the one who is walking to correct/live? Is it worth it as for me is a bit of a time saver, so I see it based on at least I am getting the sounding in? Also, do you or have you seen it necessary to sound all self forgiveness written?

Any perspectives here would be appreciated, thanks. -garb

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Re: Writing and Sounding Self Forgiveness at the Same Time - Is this Effective?

Postby joe kou » 16 Dec 2017, 12:46

my perspective is that sounding SF in voice has a very specific effect, and writing SF with words has a very specific effect. i prefer to focus on the voicing and the sound and to be as specific as i can with my tone when voicing, and when i write i prefer to focus on the wording, the structuring - essentially laying out the 'blueprint' of the design or pattern i am working on.

i have found that the SF that i write in words helps to map things out and give me a clearer understanding of things, but when spoken out loud there is sometimes a bit of a 'disconnect' - like it doesn't flow. in those moments i see that i am trying to 'fit' myself into the words i have written instead of actually stating the words as an expression of me. in other words - sometimes when i read the SF out loud i am only just reading the words and not actually expressing them as a self direction - like an actor learning new lines. in these moments i look more at where i might still be unclear - where am i still doubting myself or holding back - and reword my forgiveness and speak it until my sound is stable, clear, and has a certain kind of 'quality' in the tone that indicates to me that my words and my sound are clear.

though this is how i approach and see it - so it could be something specific to the way i process things but maybe my sharing can help contribute more for you to consider.

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