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3 Fascinating Facts About the Throat Chakra

by Camille Chacra on February 22, 2023
The Throat Chakra, also known as the "Vishuddha Chakra", is the fifth of the seven main chakras located in the body. It's associated with communication, self-expression, and creativity. Here are three fascinating facts about this powerful chakra that you may not know. 

The Throat Chakra is located in the throat region, not the neck.

While the Throat Chakra is commonly assumed to be around the neck and throat, it's actually located in the center of the throat close to the spine. It gives us the ability to express ourselves verbally and creatively in order to effectively communicate with others. 

The Throat Chakra is associated with the element of ether.

This element is thought to symbolize the vastness of the universe and the infinite opportunities for communication and self-expression. Sounds absolutely heavenly! In yoga and meditation, focusing on the Throat Chakra can release a flow of energy, bringing a sense of calm and clarity to the mind and body.

The color blue symbolizes the Throat Chakra.

Blue represents truth, communication, and self-expression. When the Throat Chakra is open and balanced, our verbal and creative abilities thrive! It becomes easier to share our thoughts and ideas with clarity and confidence. On the other hand, when the Throat Chakra is blocked or imbalanced, communication and self-expression are more difficult. Many experience physical symptoms, such as throat pain.

Curious to learn more about balancing the Throat Chakra and tapping into your creativity and self-expression?

Join us at Kristine's upcoming virtual event, The Throat Chakra Workshop on February 25th at 12 pm EST. Reserve your spot here! (Psst... subscribe to the Moon Letters newsletter for 15% off).

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