You know how to express yourself. However, your performance habits may not always get the desired results.
William Shakespeare wrote, "All the world's a stage" - and we're "merely players." What if this were true - that you were largely performing what you had learned through family and through society? This would mean that, on some level, you're not fully expressing the authentic you because you're replicating patterns you learned. This gets reflected in how we move, talk, and even feel.
For example, perhaps your habit is nervousness or fear. Maybe this causes you to try too hard to express yourself, which results in physical tension, which then makes the voice strained, and then causes other people not trust you because it feels forced. Or you'd rather, well, run away, so you “hide,” which then doesn’t give you the presence you have when you’re with people you know well. Or, you might be incredibly experienced and very comfortable – but don’t know how to get to the next level.
The WholeSpeak Difference is twofold.
First, our philosophy is that these problems are not part of your essence – they’re just habits you’ve learned through society to perform. But they’re not truly you. Why a performance? Because other people watch them, and you keep performing them over and over. But you can learn to do new things. …How?
This takes us to part two: the bodymind. Asian healing philosophy views the body, mind and emotions as aspects of the bodymind, which is why acupuncture is as effective at treating depression as diabetes - it treats the whole person. Similarly, WholeSpeak utilizes a “whole-person” approach, to eradicate fear, transform nervousness into excitement, and provide the tools you need to go to the next level - and to live life more joyfully and freely.