Turn Words Into Sound

Letting sound express what you are feeling is a useful alternative to using only words.  Whether you are bored, scared, frustrated, or tired, making sounds can turn expression into play and often communicates well what you are experiencing.

How to do it

  1. Let yourself roar, sigh, screech, growl, make “raspberries” with your tongue, or whatever other sounds feel good.
  2. Adding movement to your expressing can be helpful. (ie. waving your arms around, or letting your shoulders droop.)


  • Gives you an alternative to words for expressing.
  • Interrupts patterns and opens space for more spontaneity..
  • Changes your energetic state. (ie. it might make you laugh.) 
  • Creates inner balance by moving energy through your system.