Throat Chakra

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Throat Chakra (Visuddha)

Since the heart chakra is the bridge between the lower, more physical energy centers and the upper, more metaphysical ones, as we ascend through the chakras, the fifth is the first primarily focused on the spiritual plane. The throat chakra, Visuddha, is associated with the color turquoise blue and with the elements sound and ether, the field of subtle vibrations ancient Indians believed pervaded the universe. Located in the neck, throat, jaw, and mouth, the Visuddha chakra resonates with our inner truth and helps us find a personal way to convey our voice to the outside world. The rhythm of music, creativity of dance, the vibration of singing, and the communication we make through writing and speaking are all fifth chakra ways to express ourselves.

Visuddha means “pure” or “purification.” Purification of the body through attention to diet, yoga, meditation, and exercise opens us to experience the subtler aspects of the upper chakras. Some yogis notice that drinking more water and letting go of products such as tobacco and dairy helps to loosen up the neck and shoulders and clear the voice. In addition, sound itself is purifying. If you think of the way you feel after chanting Indian kirtans, reading poetry aloud, or simply singing along with your favorite music, you’ll recognize how the vibrations and rhythms positively affect your body, right down to the cellular level.

Deficient energy in this chakra leads to neck stiffness, shoulder tension, teeth grinding, jaw disorders, throat ailments, an underactive thyroid, and a fear of speaking. Excessive talking, an inability to listen, hearing difficulties, stuttering, and an overactive thyroid are all related to excessiveness in this chakra.

Your Throat Chakra: Balanced Expression

Also known as the throat chakra, your fifth energy center is located at the back of your neck. It includes your entire jaw. On an energy level, it is the center of your personal expression and the messenger of your spirit.

The throat chakra is located where food, drink, drugs, smoke and other
external substances enter your body. That’s why it is extremely important that you make a conscious choice to ingest healthy, wholesome substances instead of those that can poison your spirit.

Throat Chakra Facts:
· The fifth chakra rules your communication, creativity, connection and personal intention.
· A well-balanced fifth chakra awakens in you the truth that your life is built on your words, thoughts, beliefs and ideas.
· In your body, the fifth chakra governs throat, thyroid, trachea,
esophagus, neck, mouth, teeth, and ears.
· An apt image for the fifth chakra is a chimney.
· The throat chakra vibrates with a sky-blue color.
· The throat chakra’s mission statement is: I express, I listen, I communicate.

A well-balanced throat chakra enables your expression to act as a three-way psychic radio. The first band, which activates your speaking and listening abilities, also governs all forms of creativity and awakens your ability to connect with others. The second band establishes mental and telepathic rapport with others, sending and receiving thoughts and feelings, especially from those who are on the same wavelength as you. Finally, the third band tunes in to your own inner voice, allowing you to pick up on your intention and to ask for and receive direction from the Divine Spirit.

When your expression is imbalanced, you many times suppress what you are really feeling. You block input from others by building walls around yourself. This can result in heightened levels of anxiety, secrecy, frustration and anger. Your joyful and creative spirit is damaged and when you finally begin to speak-as you eventually will-it will be in the voice of your wounded inner child. He or she will be angry and will lash out, either outwardly against others or inwardly through destructive or addictive behaviors. Severe imbalances might result in speech or auditory difficulties.

Another common imbalance is refraining from expressing your needs or establishing boundaries because you might offend someone. Learning to speak your mind can be difficult, especially when trying to convey anger. We are often taught that being angry and expressing it is a bad thing. However, remember that there is nothing inappropriate about having feelings and expressing them.

The throat chakra, too, can be out of balance in the opposite direction. You can express yourself too much, too recklessly. By using non-stop talking as a means of distancing yourself and avoiding intimate connections with others, you just as effectively drive people from your life.

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