The fifth chakra or throat chakra is responsible for our voice and our ability to speak our mind clearly, gracefully, and powerfully.
Good, honest communication helps us build lasting, deep relationships while an impaired, restrained communication might prevent us from living a powerful, authentic life. Communication is a gift from above.
As they say “Word creates the world”.
Words are so powerful that they can build bridges, or they can hurt people and destroy relationships. We must be aware of the power that our words hold and use them wisely, as a sharp instrument that can help us build the world that we want. Words are the purest expression of intent.
The throat chakra is the 5th chakra and is known as the Vishuddha chakra and sits just at the top of your collar bone, where the V shape takes form.
This chakra is associated with the throat, neck, mouth, and ears. Physical issues in these areas, such as sore throat, dental problems, or ear infections, can sometimes be linked to imbalances in the throat chakra.
The throat chakra is often represented by a lotus flower with sixteen petals. Inside the lotus is a downward-pointing triangle, which symbolizes the element of sound.
Vishuddha is the Sanskrit term for the blue chakra, which means purification, since it is the point of entry for higher spiritual energy into the physical body.
The blue chakra helps you to digest information obtained from other chakras and then transmit it to the rest of the world genuinely and politely.
To express oneself truthfully requires a great deal of bravery, as it is a delicate balancing act to say what you mean while staying courteous and diplomatic.
This chakra has to do with speaking your truth and expressing yourself through the use of your voice.
Philosophically it is associated with truth, clarity, and responsibility, it is about hearing and being heard.
The throat chakra also serves as a link between the heart and intellect, allowing you to sustain a healthy equilibrium between your emotions and ideas.
A blocked throat chakra can manifest as physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms. When this energy center is not functioning optimally, it can affect your ability to communicate, express yourself, and connect with others.
Here are some common symptoms of a blocked throat chakra:
It’s important to note that these symptoms can vary in intensity and duration. If you suspect you have a blocked throat chakra and it’s causing significant distress or impairment in your life, consider seeking guidance from a qualified energy healer, therapist, or counselor who can help you address and balance this chakra through various healing modalities such as meditation, yoga, sound therapy, and chakra clearing techniques.
Here are some reasons why someone might choose to do throat chakra affirmations.
It’s important to note that while throat chakra affirmations can be a valuable practice, they are just one tool among many for chakra balancing and self-improvement.
It’s advisable to incorporate a holistic approach that may also include meditation, yoga, energy work, and other practices to achieve and maintain chakra balance and overall well-being.
Affirmations are just one way to help bring your chakras into balance or unblock them so you can feel all of the great emotions associated with each chakra.
They are a simple tool that can bring peace to your mind when you are struggling. Over time they can benefit your state of mind and beliefs too. They are positive statements that can help you to challenge and overcome self-sabotaging and negative thoughts.
When you repeat them often, and believe in them, you start to make positive changes. They are exercises for our mind and outlook just like repetitive exercises are used for our physical health. These positive mental repetitions can reprogram our thinking patterns, so that, over time, we begin to think- and act – differently.
Affirmations can be a part of the healing process but it’s very important to remember that affirmations alone are not enough.
I am learning my truth. I speak my truth. My truth comes easily to me. I am connected to my truth. My voice is a tool for self-expression. My words are powerful. I listen to my voice, and so do others. My inner knowing is a guide for my voice. I am honest about who I am. It is safe for me to express myself, in a way that feels good to me. I am safe to trust others. I live an honest, authentic, wholehearted life. I speak with courage, compassion and love. My insight is welcome, needed and valuable. I courageously remove my mask and allow my true self to be seen. I am calm, patient, and peaceful. Honesty, integrity and authenticity are my guiding principles.
The mind is everything, what we think, we become – The Buddha
May you be light, may you be love, may you be aligned,
KC The Greek Shaman
"May we be Light, may we be Love, may we be Aligned"KC The Greek Shaman