The voice that you hear when you speak is not the voice that other people hear. When you speak, the sounds of your voice vibrate through your head and chest.
But a listener only hears the sound vibrations from your voice that travel through the air, which sounds more stripped down and flat compared with the warm, resonant sound that you perceive. The only way to have an objective ear about your own voice is by recording it. In this short presentation I'm going to show you how to hand pick the girl you want and turn her into your loyal girlfriend Tap here to watch a quick presentation on why this unique method works so fast at removing girls' panties.
Voice Assessment Your first assignment is to find out what you actually, really sound like. Again, the voice that you hear when you speak is not the same voice that everyone else hears. Find a book, magazine, or newspaper and read a few paragraphs aloud into your sound recorder and listen to the playback of your voice.
Do you like the sound of it? Do you imagine that your voice would create sexual rapport and attraction in women when they hear it? Even most professional singers will admit that their voices are full of flaws. Just Relaaax… But even if you do feel that your voice is relatively smooth and nice to listen to from the recorder, a lot of us will choke up when talking to other people, particularly choke up when speaking with an attractive woman.
Breathing And one of the simplest ways to relax is to learn to breathe smoothly and deeply as a matter of habit. Breathing smoothly and deeply calms your mind, relaxes your muscles , and keeps a consistent airflow necessary to project, resonate, and keep a consistent smoothness. Since sound is caused by the vibration of sound waves in the air, the more air you breathe in and breathe out to form the sounds of words, the more projection and resonance you can attain.
However, a lot of people breathe very shallow breaths throughout their day which precludes them from having a sexy voice. What you want is to get into the habit of breathing more fully and deeply. Posture and Breathing To begin with, to breathe more deeply, you want to keep a straight posture. Slumping forward even a little partly collapses the upper rib cage and prevents the lungs from being able to expand with air.
A good, deep breath should almost feel more a like a relaxed sigh…. So go ahead and sigh right now. As an exercise, pick up a book or magazine to read aloud.
As you read, experiment with breathing more deeply than you normally would. Practice this breathing exercise every day and write down your results in your journal. The Breathing Exercise For this next breathing exercise, I want you to slow down your speaking pace and become more intentional about your breathing.
Read the following passage from your exercise booklet aloud into your recorder. But take the time to stop and breathe, so that every sentence has full breath support behind it. It should sound something more like this: Spend time reading while taking extra time to breathe. And pay attention to your breathing all week. Monitor it throughout the day. Everywhere you go, be conscious of it. Take for example, Michael Jackson.
On stage he belts out his songs with feeling, with emotion, with projection. Having volume and projection is usually purely a matter of breathing fully and a matter of letting go of that fear of being heard by others. Have fun with your speaking voice. For this exercise, start laughing out loud.
Go ahead and laugh out loud. Just laugh out loud and become comfortable not only with the way you sound, but also with the volume of your voice. And you have to get over that. I want you to really laugh now, laugh out loud, laugh so that your neighbors can hear you. Now pretend your Tarzan of the jungle. Beat your chest and make that Tarzan animal call. I want you to come away from these exercises with the idea that you need to make a conscious effort to speak more loudly with volume… to speak as if what you have to say is important… to speak as if to be heard by others.
Volume Exercise 2 For this next volume exercise, read the following passage, found in your exercise booklet, out loud into your voice recorder. It goes like this, You know what I find really interesting about different people. But when you do, you feel that spark. You may have to play around for a while to get it there. Your chest and throat should both have that vibration when you speak. Repeat this exercise every day for a few weeks and throughout the day, monitor your speaking so that you can feel the sound vibration not just in your throat, but in your chest as well.
At the same time, ask yourself throughout the day how your much resonance your voice has and adjust it. Resonance and the Larynx Another method of making sure you have resonance is to keep your larynx positioned down. Often, that nasally, pinched voice that you sometimes here can be eliminated by lowering your larynx. So one of the tricks to developing resonance, is to speak with your larynx positioned down.
Try practicing speaking with your larynx positioned down with the resonance exercise found in your booklet. Breathe deeply like a sigh and say Ha, ho, hu, hi. Breathe and say ha, ho hu, hi for a few minutes. Record your voice into the sound recorder and notice how it changes or improves over the session.
Breathe… how, have, hoe.