From singing to voice: prenatal emotions, neuro-scientific, therapeutic, spiritual implications
I decided to write an autobiographical book to dedicate it to my students. To all those moved towards me by that powerful word TRUST that supports any path of “Harmonization of Being”.
I want to tell all of them a fundamental part of my story so that they can have greater clarity and courage on the path they have taken. I have not spoken in full about my life both to be able to leave room for the figure of the mother, which the title announces, and to avoid that the autobiography would cause one to lose sight of the focus of the book, which is the harmonization of Being through the “Healing model”.
I also address those who have lived through a similar experience without knowing how much the power of singing can be support, strength, leverage to get up from the falls of life.
I want to deepen the “voice” universe by observing it from different perspectives and to outline how these necessarily go through the emotional and spiritual growth of the human being.
This book contains the words of my “rediscovered” consciousness that carries with it the two words that I have discovered to be the most important of my life: Clarity and Transformation.
We can only come to consciousness through clarity inside and outside of us to be able to transform.
Initiation to voice therapy
The voice educates the mind and the body sings
Speech therapies and the modalities for the education of speech and singing often fail to remove some psychophysical impediments to the correct emission of sound.The limit of traditional methods lies in wanting to impose improvement techniques with constant effort of will.
If, on the other hand, as explained in this text, the physical sound is freed from contractions and constrictions, it can fully express all its potential and offer any person beneficial effects, eliminating difficulties, traumas and even mutism.
The Author has developed innovative and effective practices to fully utilize the potential of the body, the sounding board of the human voice.