In this section you will find specific ways to connect with your Chakras on many different levels. Visualisation is the first step, then you could try to start simply by wearing the colour or eating food that corresponds to the colour of the Chakra you feel needs attention. Once you begin to become more attuned to your natural rhythms you find other ways such as carrying crystals, meditating and exercises to deepen your connection to your inner rainbow.
Signs of Balance
· Effective Communication Skills
· Good Listener
· Receptive to Criticism
Signs of Imbalance
· Poor Communication Skills
· Afraid to speak up
· Uncontrolled verbal outbursts
· Shy or Talks Excessively
· Unable to listen
“My thoughts are positive, and I always express myself truthfully and clearly”
“I have the right to speak and be heard”
Position and Function
This chakra is centered in our throat and exudes a pale blue light. The throat chakra governs our ability to express and communicate clear thoughts and ideas. It is also related to truth, maturity, independence and the ability to trust others. Try not to think of your Chakras as flat circles on your body, but more as shown above; physical vortexes of energy that penetrate your whole being.
MudrasMudras are a silent language of self-expression used in Hindu and Buddhist teachings. Mudra hand gestures or poses are often used in yoga practice, meditation, and for healing purposes
Each Chakra vibrates and resonates sound at a different frequency. The Throat chakra's musical note is G (192, 384, or 768 Hz) and can also be accessed by chanting the sound 'HAM' The Sanskrit word 'Mantra' literally translate as consists of the root man- “to think” (also in manas “mind”) and the suffix -tra, meaning “tools or instruments”, hence a literal translation would be “instrument of thought”.
Elements and Elementals
Guide Archangel Gabriel, messenger of God
Negative aspect Lies
Organs Relates to the lungs and the throat.
Crystals Turquoise, blue agate, angelite, apatite, azurite, celestite, larimar, kyanite
Oils Basil, chamomile, peppermint, cypress
Flowers Iris and Muscari