Your voice, your most powerful healing frequency

As 2021 was about finding our heart and learning how to tune in with it, this year is about finally living in that sacred space and bringing alive the voice of our soul.
So let’s dive into the importance of our voice, our own vibration!

The voice is the human’s musical instrument. It consists of a vibrating element, resonating chambers, and energy to produce these vibrations and the acoustics that support the words.

It links our thoughts, ideas, emotions into a fully vibrational expression of our own.

It emerges and projects through our core being.

When we anchor the light in our voice, we reclaim our own vibration that awakens every single memory of our DNA level enabling us to rise to our highest selves.

This will be our main focus in the coming conscious gatherings starting on February 13th – June, Atlachinolli – Cuicatl, a space where we will enter the space of our heart and we will progressively bring back our voice from the deepest of our soul.

So let’s tap into your own healing vibration, especially when we decide to express our voice in the form of a tune without recourse.

When we sing repetitive sound patterns like the mantras, our whole body participates in our voice and our whole body reacts to it.

With the singing mantras, the healing voice, and the natural voice are mixed and caresses the soul, they become one resonating your own vibration that makes each cell in your body vibrate.

MANTRA is a Sanskrit word that means the sound that protects and frees the mind

(Manas) MIND – (Trai) Protect and free yourself.

Mantras. are made up of sounds that make the physical and energetic body vibrate.

activate Prana, Chi, and Yollotl in Nahuatl.

When we chant a mantra in a group, our own sound harmonically merges with the sound of others in a coherent and universal sound of natural rhythm.

Singing and chanting have been used for thousands of years to connect with different energies, according to different belief systems and traditions.

For some, singing is a fundamental part of their moment of meditation, prayer, or devotion.

This is why it is so powerful to chant, and many religious practices and ancient traditions use chanting as a way to connect with the source.

One of the great powers of singing is the liberation it creates within you.

When singing, the body releases endorphins and raises immune defenses. Endorphins help to promote positive feelings. This is especially true when we sing with other people. Group singing also induces the production of oxytocin (the love or bonding hormone).

This can reduce stress, anxiety and increase feelings of trust and well-being

Anxiety can cause many physical symptoms, including a sore throat. When you feel anxious, your body releases adrenaline and cortisol. Besides causing your heart rate and blood pressure to increase, these hormones can also cause you to take rapid, shallow breaths through your mouth, and the muscles can also tense up.

The throat centre or Topilli in Nahuatl is the energy centre of the throat which relates to a nerve plexus in the spine.

Problems that cause an imbalance in the throat chakra can be due to blocked self-expression during childhood. When not resolved as a child can continue carrying this inability of self-expression even into adulthood. This also causes problems in connecting logic with feelings. Subsequently, relationships become a challenge as they cannot express their feelings, often resulting in pain, rage, and/or frustration.

We have always believed that singing is a skill exclusive for the gifted ones. It is the birthing right of every human to express their own vibration and liberated their soul. It is not necessary to have a great voice or to always be in tune, but simply enough to want to express yourself and be willing to receive the well-being that comes from feeling these sounds of your soul.

Benefits when you allow yourself to sing from your heart space:

Here are some powerful master healer herbs that will soothe the Throat centre and harness your own vibration:

Ginger: contains a wealth of antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, helping to fight off the causes of a sore throat at their root.

Peppermint: Contains menthol, which helps thin mucus and calm sore throats and coughs. Peppermint also has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties, which may encourage healing.

Lemongrass: The anti-inflammatory properties of lemongrass help to decrease inflammation and soothe irritation in the lining of the throat.

Echinacea: Shorten the duration of the common cold and flu, and reduce symptoms, such as sore throat (pharyngitis), cough, and fever. Also recommend echinacea to help boost the immune system and help the body fight infections.

Liquorice root: contains antiviral and antimicrobial properties that help to protect against disease and ward off potential sore throat causes

Chamomile: is especially effective at soothing a sore throat, it has long been used for medicinal purposes, like soothing a sore throat. It’s often used for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and astringent properties.

Marshmallow root: Contains a mucus-like substance that coats and soothes a sore throat.

The best recommended blend to nourish the centre of our voice is Topilli, throat chakra blend

Much love to you in this strong ride on this healing wave of evolution.

Paty “Pepem”

Paty Drumming on Log Side on

Paty Walliz

Surfing Butterfly

Paty Walliz, or "Pepem," her Mayan name meaning butterfly, is an Earth Citizen and spiritual seeker whose journey from the Yucatan Peninsula to Australia has been fueled by a deep commitment to understanding the sacred connections of life. Through Surfing Butterfly, she shares her passion for ancestral wisdom, holistic health, and the healing power of nature, aiming to guide others toward a harmonious, heart-centered existence.

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