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What We Say Subconsciously with Our Voice & Why We Like Certain Voices More than Others

Posted by on August 12, 2018 in Nature, Psychology-Psychiatry, Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments

By Jill Mattson | * Jill's Wings of Light

What does our voice tell other people about how we want to be treated? Our subconscious vibes affect the way people treat us. Unconsciously others are affected by our nonverbal messages. A good portion of relationships occurs below our conscious minds.

People react to the subtle energy we send out…that we are not aware of. That is a scary thought to me. However, you can increase your consciousness, by focusing on your thoughts and feelings as you interact with people. Focus on tiny feelings that you may not even be able to put into words. What you think and feel will carry on your words.

Our voice is a bridge to others. We subconsciously and habitually tell people how we want to be treated as quickly as we introduce ourselves.

What voice do we use, when we say our name?

Let say our name several times and feel how it sounds.

These questions will help analyze our subtle messages to others:

  • Do you love your name as it comes out of your mouth? Do you even like your name? Can you say your name as if it is the most special sound in the world?
  • What are you feeling? Proud? Insecure? Suspicious? These feelings are part of your messages. They are not hidden.
  • What is the speed volume, pitch, EQ of our name? Try saying your name and changing each one of these items. Which ones sound the best?
  • What is your posture, which affects your voice?
  • Where does your name vibrate in your body? Your head? Your gut? Your nose? Try saying your name and think of a different area of your body and watch your voice change.
  • Do you change the pitch at the end of your name? Does it go up or down?
  • Do you say our name like a question, expressing uncertainty about who you are and what you want? Perhaps you sound like you need someone else's approval, when you should approve of yourself.
  • Do you swallow our breath? Do you say our name in the front or the back of your mouth? Do you want to reach out to others or hope they come chasing after you? You should feel and think, as you want to be treated.

Your feelings carry on your voice whether or not you are aware of it. You are more responsible for how others treat us than we realize. Change your relationships with such a simple thing: your voice.

So, how do we develop our voice to provide us with targeted benefits? We can think about voices that we “like” to think about how we can use our voice to bring those desired qualities to our own voice.

If you are like me, you just “like” certain voices more than others; there is just something about them. What voices do you like? Can you pinpoint what you like about them? What makes your ears perk up and listen to them?

Now think about how the voice goes along with each person's personality. Then, try to determine which are desirable personality traits in that person. What do those traits sound like? How is their sound different than yours? When we match these voice qualities we create the energy of this attribute. We can benefit from simply being aware of voices that we like. Let's keep a library of them. Within our favorite voices are qualities that we desire. These attributes are a part of us that are waiting to be discovered!

For example, recall someone's voice. Now analyze qualities with in that voice that make it attractive. For example, I like Shaun Connery's voice. It is solid, yet gentle. I sense patience and understanding with the voice. It is slower paced than mine, with more bass tones. I sense that it is not easily swayed. I like this because I tend to be easily swayed and I want to be more sure of myself and strong. I am too quick to go along with others. I can add more bass tones and slow down the pace of my voice down. Using these adaptations in my voice allows me to shift into this stronger energy space. Others respond to me, respecting the strength I am showing.

In summary we can analyze voices for good qualities and practice these qualities or virtues by changing our voices. That is because all change does not come from exerting our will power. Sometimes it comes from a change in energy, which can be experienced, by changing our voice.


*Printed in its entirety with the permission of the author.

The author of this article, Jill Mattson, is an award winning and prolific Artist, Musician and Author, a widely recognized expert and composer in the field of Sound Healing! Her most recent CD, Crystal Reals won Best Sound Healing CD of 2018. She has participated in many hundreds of teleseminars, radios shows, and magazines! Ms. Mattson offers an online Sound Healing School, where she presents new ways of approaching health and everyday issues using the benefits of sound! Find out more at


Robert O’Leary, JD BARA, has had an abiding interest in alternative health products & modalities since the early 1970’s & he has seen how they have made people go from lacking health to vibrant health. He became an attorney, singer-songwriter, martial artist & father along the way and brings that experience to his practice as a BioAcoustic Soundhealth Practitioner, under the tutelage of the award-winning founder of BioAcoustic Biology, Sharry Edwards, whose Institute of BioAcoustic Biology has now been serving clients for 30 years with a non-invasive & safe integrative modality that supports the body’s ability to self-heal using the power of the human voice. Robert brings this modality to serve clients in Greater Springfield, Massachusetts and New England (USA) & “virtually” the world. He can also be reached at romayasoundhealthandbeauty@gmail.


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