20 Throat Chakra Affirmations for Clear Communication

Effective communication is at the heart of all your relationships. Use these 20 throat chakra affirmations to become a master communicator.

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  • The state of our throat chakra directly influences how good or bad we are at communicating with others and ourselves
  • If communication breakdown is common in your relationships, it is probably in part due to an unbalanced throat chakra
  • Use these 20 powerful throat chakra affirmations for unbalancing the throat chakra

The throat chakra, the fifth chakra (Vishuddha Chakra in Sanskrit) according to the seven-chakra system of energies, is located in the throat area. As one might guess, this area directly deals with communication and self-expression. Keeping this chakra balanced is supremely important for anyone who wants to take good care of their ability to effectively communicate with their friends, family, romantic partners, and work colleagues.

The medial nerve plexus, thyroid gland, neck vertebrae, esophagus, pharynx, mouth, and ears are all right on or around this chakra. When it comes to the throat chakra, there are many different issues that could affect it negatively and cause imbalances.

The most common causes of an unbalanced throat chakra are feelings of guilt or holding back, feeling too much responsibility for others, not feeling enough responsibility for the self, not speaking your truth, speaking lies, inability to stay open to new ideas, or an inability to express yourself clearly.

Of course, there are many more causes of an imbalanced throat chakra, but the aforementioned are clearly the most common ones. If you noticed some of these traits in yourself, you have come to the right place. In this article, I will make a list of the 20 most effective throat chakra affirmations. These affirmations can be used by anyone, anywhere, and under any circumstances.

If you are interested in rebalancing your throat chakra, feel free to keep reading.

How do I Know That My Throat Chakra is Unbalanced?

There are many signs that can help you realize that your throat chakra might need some rebalancing.

Physical symptoms of an unbalanced throat chakra are sore throats, neck pain, swollen glands, thyroid problems in the neck and throat area, earaches, and hearing difficulties.

Emotional symptoms of an unbalanced throat chakra include frustration, self-criticism, guilt, regret, and frequent hesitation when it comes to speaking your mind. You might also feel frustrated with the way you communicate with all of the people around you.

Mental symptoms of an unbalanced throat chakra are not as obvious, but they are equally important. You might feel like you do not know exactly what to say to make yourself feel heard or that your opinion is not really understood by others. You could also suffer from feeling useless and unimportant because of the lack of appreciation for your thoughts, feelings, and words.

Spiritual symptoms when it comes to an out-of-balance throat chakra include feeling the lack of guidance when it comes to communicating your truth with others. You might feel as if you are completely on your own, even though you try to speak your mind to other people.

All of the aforementioned symptoms are signs that your throat chakra needs some balancing.

How to Use Affirmations for Balancing the Throat Chakra

The 20 throat chakra affirmations presented in this article are meant to be used for self-healing. All of these affirmations will help you balance your throat chakra within a period of 10 days, depending on the severity of the unbalance.

It is up to you whether you would like to use all of the 20 affirmations, or only some of them. However, if you feel like you are in need of most of these affirmations, I would recommend that you work with all of them.

Please keep in mind that using too many throat chakra affirmations at once can lead to an information overload for your mind, spirit, and body. This might unfortunately delay your healing progress. It is not directly dangerous to be overwhelmed by all of these affirmations, but I would still recommend you to not let it happen.

The best way to use all 20 throat chakra affirmations is to select two or three affirmations for the morning and two or three more for the evening. My advice is to make your selection based on which affirmations resonate with you the most, which ones focus on your problematic areas, and which ones make the most sense to you.

Of course, feel free to change your mind as many times as you like. You can stick with one affirmation for a week or two and then switch to another one if it feels right for you. This way, you will be certain that no affirmation is left untouched during this period.

In a nutshell – when it comes to affirmations, listen to your gut feeling and let it guide you on the selection.

Now that we have introduced you to the importance of balancing the throat chakra, it is time to get to the affirmations.

Affirmations for Balancing the Throat Chakra

It is now time to learn about all of these powerful 20 throat chakra affirmations. You can either read them one by one or you can go through the list prepared for you and pick out the ones that make most sense to you.

Remember, no affirmation will be left unheard by the universe, your subconscious, and your spiritual being.

Affirmation #1 - "I speak the truth with confidence and enjoy speaking my mind."

Standing up for what you believe in is important to feeling good about yourself. It’s all right that not everyone agrees with you or understands your views. They are entitled to their own opinions, after all! However, it is equally important to respect other people’s opinions and not be judgmental of them.

Affirmation #2 - "I know exactly what I want to say."

Every time you open your mouth, you should know exactly what it is that you need or want to tell the person in front of you. It shouldn’t take hours for you to figure out what exactly it is that you need to say, let alone conjure up the words.

Affirmation #3 - "I appreciate when other people take their time before speaking."

When someone needs a little extra time to think about what they want to say, it’s not because they don’t care about you or how much they mean to you. They simply want to make sure that they get all of their words right, so that you don’t misunderstand the message.

Affirmation #4 - "I love how my voice sounds to other people."

A voice that is heard with love by others speaks volumes about your character. Anybody can speak the truth, but it takes a lot more to do it in a way that is heard, without offending the other party. Having this affirmation will help you find your inner happiness and confidence as you speak to other people.

Affirmation #5 - "I respect every opinion expressed by every person I meet."

Your opinion isn’t better or worse than anybody else’s! You don’t have to agree with everyone who speaks to you, whether it’s a stranger or a friend. However, if there is one thing that you should know about all of the opinions out there, it’s that they are equally important and no one is right or wrong when it comes to expressing his/her beliefs.

Affirmation #6 - "I am not afraid to ask for what I want."

Even if you feel like people don’t see your worth sometimes, you still deserve to ask others for things that matter the most to you. If it is something that will benefit both parties, then there is no reason why they should refuse your request. Self-worth comes from within and you are strong enough to persevere through any situation.

Affirmation #7 - "I only speak when I have something important to say."

Thinking about what it is that you need to say before opening your mouth will make all the difference. When things are heavy on your mind, they are nothing but distractions when you are in the company of other people. Only speak when you have something really meaningful and important to share and you will not only enjoy the silence, but also be a more valuable companion for others.

Affirmation #8 - "I say the right thing at the right time."

This affirmation is all about timing! You don’t need to speak nor do anything prematurely; perhaps it is as simple as waiting for another person to finish what they have to say before you put your two cents in. If it is a situation that requires further discussion, then adding your thoughts might be helpful.

Affirmation #9 - "I choose my words carefully and speak with intention."

You only get one chance to make a first impression! In any social or professional setting, choosing the right words is important. All of your words are important because they are how you present yourself to other people. Think before speaking and make sure that what you say is worth saying, but also phrased the right way!

Affirmation #10 - "I am not afraid of who hears my voice."

Your voice will be heard by some more than others, but you shouldn’t have any fear of it being heard. Embrace the sound of your own voice, no matter how rough or soft it may be – especially if you are shy! It’s hard to embrace who you are when nobody can hear what you have to say.

Affirmation #11 - "I am confident in my ability to speak freely."

Free thinking and free speech go hand in hand. However, make sure that the language you use is appropriate for your audience and situation. Just because something can be said freely doesn’t mean it should be. Instead of worrying about being judged or criticized, focus on expressing yourself to another person in a way that would benefit both parties!

Affirmation #12 - "I speak my mind and I am not ashamed of what comes out of it."

Self-expression is one of the most important parts to achieving your life goals. Worrying about what other people think will only stop you from pursuing those dreams! Speak your mind without any concerns about who is listening and they will appreciate how finely tuned your personality really is.

Affirmation #13 - "I am honest with myself and truthful to others."

Honesty is the best policy! It’s important that you are honest with yourself in order to truly accept who you are as a person. Being truthful to other people will earn their trust, which then allows them to be more open around you. People feel comfortable being themselves when they are in your presence!

Affirmation #14 - "I only engage with people who are worth my time."

It’s important to show discretion when it comes to picking the right people. If someone isn’t respectful of you or anyone else, then don’t waste your time with them. You aren’t responsible for making sure that other people are okay; your time is precious and you should only spend it on people who are worth the effort.

Affirmation #15 - "I am present in conversations because I value them."

Rather than thinking about what you will say next, focus on the conversation at hand! Be an active listener and provide feedback when necessary to make sure that everyone feels involved. Because of your keen focus, people are more likely to have open conversations with you in the future!

Affirmation #16 - "I only absorb the words that are important to me."

Remember that communication is a two-way street. You don’t have responsibility for being the only one speaking, so let other people offer their thoughts on occasion. If you are too caught up in what you have to say, then nobody gets a chance to talk. Be an active participant and show that you value their opinions!

Affirmation #17 - "I am open-minded about what is said to me."

When someone speaks, it is important that they feel heard and understood. Agreeing with them totally is great, but if you do too much of it they might not feel like their opinion is valued. Instead, offer your own feedback and opinions to make sure that you both feel heard!

Affirmation #18 - "I only speak when my words are kind and helpful."

Sometimes people blurt out things without thinking about how it impacts others. Try to pay attention to the things you are saying and make sure that they benefit everyone involved. By thinking before you speak, you will never have to worry about your words being unsolicited.

Affirmation #19 - "I acknowledge my mistakes when it is appropriate."

Everyone messes up sometimes! Owning up to what you did wrong shows that you are a person of integrity and you aren’t afraid to admit your flaws. If someone does something unfair to you, politely acknowledge it and make sure that they know what happened. This will set the record straight and ensure that both parties understand each other better!

Affirmation #20 - "I take full responsibility for what happens around me."

You can’t let your insecurities or fears get in your way! If you are worried about being criticized for something, then focus on the fact that it is in your power to change what happened. Own up to your mistakes and do whatever it takes to make sure they don’t happen again.

Communication is a pivotal part of life and relationships, and it’s important that we find the right balance between speaking our minds and truly listening. If you take away one thing from this list of throat chakra affirmations, let it be that you don’t need to feel guilty for saying what is on your mind! Always strive to better yourself and remember that if other people can’t handle your opinions, then they aren’t worth your time to begin with.

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