Essentials Oils for the Throat Chakra

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The Throat Chakra is the fifth chakra and it is located at the center of the base of the throat. This chakra is also referred to as Vishuddha, which means "especially pure" in Sanskrit. The lower chakras are more grounded and connected to the earth while the upper chakras are tied to spirituality and intellect.
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"The Throat Chakra is the fifth chakra and it is located at the center of the base of the throat. This chakra is also referred to as Vishuddha, which means "especially pure" in Sanskrit. The lower chakras are more grounded and connected to the earth while the upper chakras are tied to spirituality and intellect. The Throat Chakra is believed to be the link and gateway between these two differing realms. This chakra is how we express our true selves to the world and turn our creative ideas into reality. The Throat Chakra helps us to live authentically and seek open and honest communication with others. balanced Throat Chakra helps us to communicate with clarity and speak fearlessly about our deepest thoughts and ideas. It also allows us to openly listen to and work to understand the people around us. This balance helps us to have the courage and self-confidence to express our needs and desires in life and to always trust our inner voice. When the Throat Chakra is strong we tend to choose our words carefully and speak kindly and truthfully, expecting the same in return."

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