Vishuddha, the throat chakra

Vishuddha, the throat chakra


Vishuddha or our throat chakra is the fifth primary chakra. Located in our throat and is represented by our innate nature and ability to articulate, it controls our need and power to self-expression. The throat chakra is responsible for communication, and our ability to speak our personal truth.

Physically, it is believed to be situated in the neck and throat. It is also associated with both the ears and the mouth, and thus its relation with our hearing and speaking skills, so when this chakra is misaligned and we suffer from its imbalance, we experience issues with creativity and communication.

Often, it is also physically associated with our thyroid gland, so when a person struggles with Vishuddha imbalance, it is believed that he may also experience thyroid imbalance as a physical symptom, including sore throat and hearing difficulties.


  • Being fearful about speaking your personal truth

  • Having difficulties in expressing your thoughts

  • Anxiety to social events, always anxious about speaking and communicating with other people.

So let’s avoid welcoming stress into our inner self. Negative thoughts and stressful events create tension especially in our vocal folds and it greatly leads to worsening medical issues such as vocal nodules, fatigue, and vocal problems.


  • Yoga

  • Morning meditation to enhance the clarity of the mind

  • Pranayama - breathing practices to support the flow of energy

  • Use throat stones

  • Practice Abhyanga.
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  • Lymph drain: starting from your face (to include areas near the ears and around the mouth and jaws) down to your neck and shoulders.

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  • Exercise: do neck stretches

  • Sound therapy: singing bowls and bija mantra

  • Try engaging yourself in journaling

  • Keep a good posture

Over centuries, the practice of Ayurvedic wellness has proven to result in a more rejuvenated body, mind and spirit, thus nurturing mindfulness and stronger immunity.

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