I sing in an invented Language

Frederick Dodson

Frederick Dodson

I am now going to share something secret about myself that I’ve never shared before:

When I’m alone in the car, I sing in an invented language. 

I’ve been doing this for a long time, but never in front of others. When you generate your own sound, it brings you closer to who you really are, than if you receive second-hand sounds from the radio. I experience my tone and can easily change my frequency and mood. An added side is that it trains my voice.

I don’t sing others songs, I sing my own. And I don’t even sing in English, which is a borrowed language, but my own language.

The language arises and forms spontaneously, as I intuitively allow it to go where-ever it may. Some people might describe this as glossolalia (speaking in tongues) or xenoglossy, but the activity that I am doing is consciously intended and I do it from a normal state of consciousness (at least normal enough to be able to drive a car), not a state of trance or ecstasy. I also make no claims that this language is derived from a higher realm or an “angelic language”. It may be, but I’m not aware of that, nor is that the intention.

The languages slightly differs from day to day, but there are some recurring words. Sometimes I take these words and chant them or repeat them as refrain. Some words sound like familiar earthly languages, others sound utterly alien.

The effects have been interesting. Singing in an invented language quickly shuts off the thinking mind and the conceptual world. Intuition and perception deepen. New feelings and unfamiliar thoughts arise because of the shift in frequency. Sometimes the top of my head feels like it’s opening up. Other times, my chest gets warm.

If I’d give this a name, I’d call it creative singing.

I realize a lot of people would be embarrassed to do this. They don’t like the sound of their voice. They could be even more embarrassed to use an unknown language. But to me, all of this is points to a person not allowing the expression of their innermost authentic self. Thus, creative singing becomes a path to your true self. It’s a lot of fun, give it a try.

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