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Personal Growth Music: Invisible Ropes

Music and perhaps especially lyrics with good music can move us to make profound changes in our lives. Just a phrase or a word can trigger something within ourselves that opens a door for a better life. In this song, Invisible Ropes, Wendy Hill writes about the prison that denial in adult life can create. Invisible Ropes is a part of the Call To Adventure series of songs written to describe the journey to self realization we all are on whether we are aware of it or not.

You can listen to this song and others here:  https://wendyhill.com/dvds-cds-books/music-cds/

Invisible Ropes

Feels like invisible ropes that have me bound and tied
Born of my desire to find a place to hide
It’s a prison that I have made
A terrible game that I have played

I don’t need this danger
Make it go away
I don’t need this danger
There must be something I can say

I never wanted to pay the price
And now look at me
I never wanted to take advice
I just let it be

When I’m mad sometimes I just go numb
When I’m sad sometimes the feelings don’t come
Greatness commands a price you say
Well, what is the price I have to pay?

You talk of healthy suffering
That that’s the price to pay
To sacrifice for something good
That that’s the only way

Unhealthy suffering goes on and on
It can become an addiction
You can never solve what’s really wrong
It’s a blind conviction

I don’t need this danger
Make it go away
I don’t need this danger
There must be something I can say

I never wanted to pay the price
And now look at me
I never wanted to take advice
I just let it be

Wendy Hill is a San Diego Counselor and Hypnosis Therapist

Wendy Hill, M.A., Ph.D. (2013), San Diego counselor and hypnosis therapist has been in private practice in psychotherapy and hypnotherapy in San Diego County and Encinitas for over thirty years. As a therapist and counselor Wendy specializes in transforming self-defeating core beliefs. Her therapy includes using hypnosis and counseling to treat anxiety, depression, addiction, childhood abuse, sexual abuse, relationships, self-confidence, and life challenges. Her website is www.wendyhill.com.


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