The Vishuddha chakra helps you master the art of expressing yourself openly.
When you speak calmly, are a good listener, and feel relaxed at all times that means that your Vishuddha chakra is balanced. But when you are having trouble expressing yourself then this chakra tends to be disoriented. This cycle draws you closer to the truth, that is, you stay away from artificial things.
Vishuddha means, ‘one who removes impurities’. This chakra sanctifies your body, mind, and soul. This is the fifth chakra of the body and is situated near the throat, hence it is also called the throat chakra. Because it is located near the throat, it is related to your ability to communicate. This blue coloured circular energy chakra makes you creative. If this chakra is not balanced, then you will face difficulties while communicating with others. By balancing this chakra, you can become a good speaker and it also keeps the mind calm.
Herbs to balance the Vishuddha chakra
When there is an imbalance in this chakra, there is a problem in communication and there also may be neck pain. Apart from this, there can be other health problems like thyroid. Some herbs can be used to balance this chakra, such as sage, clary sage, and chamomile, etc. Food rich in iodine also help in healing the throat and keeping the chakra balanced.
Resolve to awaken the Vishuddha chakra
– I communicate in a comfortable manner with full confidence.
– I speak my mind with ease.
– I am an active listener.
– I express myself with full sincerity with clear intention.
– I know when to listen.
– I express my true thoughts.
– I set clear boundaries.
Remedies for awakening the Vishuddha chakra
Burn Dhup and Essential Oil
Burn essential oils and candles such as frankincense, geranium, jasmine, SEZ, peppermint, eucalyptus, cloves, tea tree and lavender to awaken the throat chakra.
Yogasana not only connects your body with spirituality, but it also relieves stress when you take a deep breath. To awaken the Vishuddha Chakra, do Ustrasana, Matsyendra Asana, Halasana, Marjari Asana and Sarvangasana.
Mindfulness meditation is the best way to calm your mind and connect with the inner truth. It calms your thoughts and allows you to concentrate on your breath. Think of yourself every time you inhale and exhale. When thoughts start distracting, keep them calm and let them pass.
We hope that these techniques help you become a better communicator.