Throat Chakra and Essential Oils

Throat Chakra

Visuddha

Color

  • Blue

The Throat Chakra is the fifth chakra and it is the first of the higher or spiritual chakras on the “chakra ladder”. This chakra is located in the region of neck and shoulders and its color is blue.

The gift of this chakra is accepting your originality, expressing your authentic voice and speaking your truth.

The energy of this chakra allows you to seek knowledge that is true, beyond limitations of time and space, beyond cultural and family conditioning.

The main challenge for the fifth chakra is doubt and negative thinking. When you gain and verify your knowledge through meditation and direct experience, then doubt and negativity are removed.

The “way of the Throat Chakra” is the way of inspired creativity, seeking and sharing of the truth.

It is the way of standing up for what you believe, saying no when you need to, and being open and honest in what you say.

Do you dare to be creative?

Do you dare to open up to a life full of infinite possibilities?

The fifth chakra is linked directly to your personal integrity and a sense of honor.

As a communication center, it not only allows you to express who you are and what you stand for, but also allows you to listen deeply to another.

A person with an open Visuddha chakra is a good listener, she enables another person to have the experience of being heard – one of the most profound human needs.

Signs of Balance

  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Expressive
  • Good Listener
  • Patient
  • Honest
  • Receptive to Criticism

Symptoms of Imbalance

  • Poor Communication Skills
  • Afraid to Speak Up/Represses Feelings
  • Uncontrolled Verbal Outbursts
  • Deceitful
  • Manipulative
  • Shy or Talks Excessively
  • Unable to Listen

Frankincense

Frankincense is one of my favorite throat chakra essential oils. It has a high spiritual frequency and it is regarded as Holy oil.

For throat chakra healing, this oil is beneficial in cases of under active thyroid. I have read a number of reports when people have healed their thyroid disorder with the use of Frankincense essential oil.

Rich, deep, and sweet, Frankincense increases spiritual awareness and connection with the divine within.

Geranium

Sweet and citrus-rosy, Geranium is used to calm down sore throats, clear oily skin, and move stagnant energy in the body.

Creating a feeling of safety and security, Geranium helps us to connect with our inner life and our emotional sensitivity. With this connection, we have more capacity for intimate communication and self-expression.

Geranium essential oil helps to ease nervous tension and promotes a sense of well-being.

Jasmine

Known as an aphrodisiac, Jasmine is also known as one of the throat chakra essential oils for its effect on the voice. It is used in cases of hoarse voice.

Penetrating the deeper layers of our soul, Jasmine opens us up to repressed emotional pain, allowing energy flow through the throat chakra.

With its sweet, powerful, floral aroma, Jasmine allows for greater communication of our feelings, enhancing relationships and intimacy.

Clary Sage

Sage has been known in ancient time as a sacred herb and a master healer. For throat chakra issues, this oil is particularly beneficial to heal gum disease.

On an emotional level, the essential oil of Sage helps to ease depression and mental fatigue, opening up channels in the upper body and chest area and allowing for energy to flow more freely.

Cypress

Cypress is known for its decongesting and detoxifying properties. It is used to stimulate the flow of lymphatic fluid, clearing build up toxins.

It is beneficial for bleeding gums, bronchitis, and respiratory congestion.

Fresh, herbaceous, slightly woody, Cypress helps us with transformation and inner renewal.

Peppermint

Minty and sharp, peppermint has long been used to freshen breath, for respiratory infections, and to ease headaches due to congestion.

Peppermint invigorates and stimulates the mind and has a direct action on the intellect. It promotes creativity and self expression.

Eucalyptus

Fresh, medicinal, with a woody scent, Eucalyptus has been used to calm inflammation of the nasal passages, clear sore throat, and sinusitis.

The oil promotes well-being and opens inner space when we feel overwhelmed or constricted by our environment. It promotes the feeling of inner freedom and expansiveness.

Clove

Warm and very spicy, Clove is a very strong oil that has been traditionally used for mouth, tooth, and gum tissue healing.

Clove can also be used to assist in regulation of the thyroid gland, dissolving blood clots, and removing stagnation in the blood.

On an emotional level, the aroma of clove helps to create feelings of protection and safety and promote good sleep.

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Tea Tree

Teal Tree oil has a fresh medicinal aroma and has been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of fungal, bacterial and viral infections. The oil is a strong antiseptic and has immune building properties.

Tea Tree oil enhances, harmonizes, and can promote cleansing and purity.