5 Affirmations to Balance Your Throat Chakra for Clear Communication

Lara Falberg
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Communication is quite possibly the most important aspect of relationships. The Throat Chakra is the basis of our communication, and affirmations are one way we can ensure clear and truthful communication. With relationships at the center of life, ensuring you’re speaking your truth with clarity is important.
Words contain power and energy – they should be used with intention and deliberate action for clear communication. Being impeccable with your words is one of the easiest ways to avoid conflict, ensure your truth is being heard, and share your thoughts with the world.
Affirmations are a powerful way to bring awareness to your communication, and empower yourself to speak more clearly and directly.

What Are Affirmations?

Affirmations (a sentence repeated to add focus and intention in meditation or yoga), are powerful tools to use for manifestation, cleansing, and balancing the subtle body (or energy body). When chanted or repeated often, affirmations are essentially initiating manifestation.

Words contain power and energy – they should be used with intention and deliberate action for clear communication.

These affirmations can help you develop more honesty in your life and your words. You’ll be surprised how much they can impact your communication, perspective, and daily interactions.

5 Affirmations to Cultivate Clear Communication and Balance Your Throat Chakra:

  • I speak my truth freely and openly
  • Being honest will free me from my current situation
  • I alone am accountable for expressing myself clearly
  • I am safe and trust others to allow me to express myself truthfully
  • My honesty attracts what I deserve

Choose the affirmation that resonates most with your authentic self and what you’d like to cultivate more of in your life. Repeat the affirmation in the mirror, in your morning meditation, throughout the day, before bed, or whenever you recognize the potential for miscommunication.
Affirmations teach us to use our words thoughtfully and clearly, which in turn can stimulate the Throat Chakra, our center for clear communication. By studying the chakras, we can develop a deeper connection to ourselves and establish a stronger communication style through honest evaluation and expression.

What Are Chakras?

The chakra system is comprised of seven points within the body where qi (or chi) energy gathers and flows through. Each chakra has different properties and corresponds with different parts of the body.
Energetic blockages (or inactive/stuck energy) can occur in any of the chakras – and if left unattended to, these blockages can manifest into physical and emotional dis-ease. A chakra can also be overactive, which has similar effects. An imbalanced chakra creates a myriad of symptoms, and needs to be balanced so the energy isn’t stuck, diminished, or overabundant.

The seven chakra points are located from the base of your spine, going upwards through the crown of the head. The seven chakras are:


Why Balance the Throat Chakra?

A balanced Throat Chakra will allow for clear communication, fluid articulation, and the genuine ability and desire to fully listen to others, as well as ourselves.
When imbalanced, our Throat Chakra demonstrates either overactivity or under-utilization. When it’s overactive, you may experience the desire to gossip, speak critically, or interrupt people regularly.

If truth is the elixir, speaking honestly – especially when it’s difficult – is the solution.

When the Throat Chakra is under-active, you might find it difficult to speak up for yourself (speaking your truth), or you may find it difficult to speak loudly enough to be heard. These imbalances happen because we are not being impeccable with our word. Our word is what we say, do, and think – so these symptoms occur in reaction to not being honest in all levels of our communication.
If truth is the elixir, speaking honestly – especially when it’s difficult – is the solution. This can always be done from a place of compassion and empathy, even when the truth you’re delivering is hard to say, and even harder to hear.
During this process of balancing your Throat Chakra for clear communication, be mindful of what propels you forward as well as what may be holding you back. Developing clearer communication with yourself first will automatically lead to better communication with others. A balanced Throat Chakra means you’ve got a more hospitable environment for honesty to flow. Just remember – it’s all about genuine expression and communication!

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Lara Falberg

Lara has been teaching yoga since 2006, trained in Atlanta, now residing in Columbus Ohio. Her website is a yoga teacher resource offering verbals cues, mini sequences, class themes, and studio reviews. Her novel Yoga Train is about a group of people who travel through the yoga teacher training experience together. Follow her on Instagram (@iworkbarefoot), Facebook and Twitter.


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