It´s rather miraculous. Your voice appears to sing itself, it literally supports itself and the release of air through the tension of pitch and vowel without effort and without excessive use of breath or hard work through muscles that do not belong in the process… You are getting into what Cornelius Reid would have called a “Free Voice.”
You let the voice do what it has to do…. You have to let it go for the ride. It is a hard one this level of expertise. - It´s hard, because the nature of us all is that we want to believe that we are responsible for everything, and therefore we feel totally out of control except that you are letting this movement release itself from your throat- and that is both frightening and satisfying. It could be an extraordinarily humbling experience to discover that lying within you is this great and fantastic potential for these qualities of tone to merely "appear" and take the rest of us on a vocal music journey..
We have forgotten these things in the past century - that voices are supposed to take us and our listeners somewhere - that the artist prepares himself to such an extent that while he or she is holding back something, it is the listener who takes in and interprets what it means.. The reason why it is so humbling is because the ego has zero responibility in the game. It becomes 'selfless'.…
When you eradicate the tendency to go into your own emotions-( greek 'e' = exit, moto = movement )… and you stop responding to your own emotional stimulus and just merely RESPOND with a release of tones, artful singing is the result . Period!