The letting go consists of three parts.
To keep things simple we can divide our approach into three parts, with each part supporting the other.
It may be a bit surprising, but through the breath it’s possible to let go of literally everything that’s in the way of your fluent speech.
For that to be the case though, the breathing has to happen in the right, natural way: the pelvic breathing. Yes, that’s even a level below the infamous belly breathing.
Letting go and the right way of breathing usually take practice, which come together in the breathing-relaxation exercises that we hand over which you can practise at home.
Letting go in your daily life.
When you then go into the day, chances are that you come across some things that can reduce the relaxation that you built up during the exercises.
Tense situations, emotional moments and seemingly endless thinking are some of those things that can take you off track.
That’s why it’s important to learn how to deal with daily stressors, emotions and negative thoughts so that they will not influence your speech any longer.
Lastly, it’s helpful to gain insight into where the tension, emotions and thoughts come from. Because they usually don’t just come out of the blue.
Generally they have to do with experiences during earlier years that have led to unconscious psychological patterns that can still bother us to this day.
When you also shed some light on these topics, it will easen the process of letting go and you won’t be fighting a running battle.