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“I am able to calmly and effectively speak my truth. I know when to speak and I know when to listen. I communicate clearly.”
For some communication is easy, it’s knowing when not to that is the challenging part. Then for others the challenge is just finding their voice. Regardless of which resonates with you, or if your special like me and have challenges with both, there is ways to restore balance. The 1st step to healing is understanding the throat chakra itself.
To keep the throat chakra freely flowing with energy, and to become more comfortable using your voice, try to practice speaking your mind with a trusted person. Choose a friend or family member who will listen well, and remember that the more frequent the communication, the easier it will become.
Understand this might not be an option for everyone. Maybe you haven’t found your tribe yet, so you don’t have some one you can trust. Or maybe you do have someone you can trust, however they aren’t good at listening because they have their own throat chakra healing to do. If your not comfortable doing this, another option is journaling. When in doubt, trust yourself and write things down instead.
Any manner of consistently practicing expressing oneself will help take care of the throat chakra and make advocating for oneself more feasible going forward.
For those who find it challenging to be an active listener. Remember the 1st rule is T.H.I.N.K. before you speak:
T = Is It True?
H = Is It Helpful?
I = Is It Inspiring?
N = Is It Necessary?
K = Is It Kind?
It’s also important to know your audiences needs. Sometimes people aren’t looking for us to have a solution to their problems, sometimes they just want someone to hear them, as they find their voice.
Active listening is the ability to fully engage with someone while they are speaking. It involves listening with the intention of understanding the speaker, rather than listening to respond. How can we become active listeners?
– Be present: Be fully engaged
– Show interest: Use good eye contact and other non-verbal cues
– Ask questions: Ask open-ended questions to encourage further responses.
– Paraphrase: Restate the speaker’s message in your own words to show understanding.
– Use verbal affirmations like: “I see,” “I know,” “Sure,” “Thank you,” or “I understand”.
– Be mindful with your response.
We all have it within us to be excellent communicators. Your voice assists you in projecting your light, and it’s a light the world needs to experience. 💚✨🙏🏾
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