Your Chakra Guide
The chakra system is an ancient framework that governs numerous processes in our lives on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level. Understanding the chakras can help you live a healthier, more harmonious and balanced life.
The Throat Chakra
The throat energy centre, also known as Visshudha, is the chakra of communication, self-expression, coherence and speaking the truth. It gives us the right to voice and the courage to express what we feel and believe in an open and authentic way. It equips us with the power and confidence to live fully and convey our message freely.
When in balance, the throat chakra helps us to express what we think and what we feel. We can communicate our ideas, beliefs and emotions clearly. Equipped with courage and faith in all we do, we have a true, authentic voice. We are able to express ourselves in many different ways – using the spoken and written word, as well as other creative, artistic ways.
Disorders of this chakra are manifested by problems with self-expression and communication. When Vishuddha doesn’t work properly, we feel as if we’re unable to communicate on a verbal, physical, or emotional level. Incongruence between verbal and non-verbal language is quite common.
At the physical level, Vishuddha disorders are manifested by recurrent respiratory infections (mainly around the upper respiratory tract) and thyroid problems. Disorders of the throat, ears, neck and voice are also quite common. Stiffness or soreness in the neck or shoulders, sore throat, sinus infections, hoarseness or laryngitis, earaches or infection and recurring dental issues may occur.
- Breath work, pranayamas & kriyas
- Creative expression
- Sound healing
- Working with mantras & affirmations
- Singing, chanting
- Group therapy or a women’s circle
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Hello, I’m Anna
I’m a transformational guide, a life coach, a yoga and meditation teacher, an intuitive healer, a world
Among the many concepts I employ, chakras and energy healing are an essential part of my work, as they give me a deeper insight into the matter of things going far beyond our conscious, practical mind. My passion for Eastern philosophies was born years ago during a journey through South-East Asia in search of my own healing, wisdom and life purpose at a time when I felt completely lost after having left a corporate job and a comfortable yet unfulfilling big-city life. All I teach I learned, and most importantly