Top 15 Throat Chakra Affirmations

Looking for affirmations that target your throat chakra, but you’re not sure where to start? Here’s a list of 15 throat chakra affirmations to get you started!

There are seven chakras located along the spine that affect our bodies and our inner selves:

  1. Root Chakra
  2. Sacral Chakra
  3. Solar Plexus Chakra
  4. Heart Chakra
  5. Throat Chakra
  6. Third Eye Chakra
  7. Crown Chakra

Believed to be made up of pure energy, each chakra is responsible for a different element and function of our body that affects the way we live. When our chakras are all in alignment with each other and working in harmony, we are able to reach full harmony within ourselves. This means that when our chakras are unblocked and are all in alignment, we are able to be our best self. Chakra blocks can cause us to be tired, irritable, or to just have a feeling of being mentally blocked. When we are able to align all of our chakras, we are able to unlock the best aspects of ourselves so that we can live a full and happy life, living in harmony with it. 

But how do you align your chakras and what does each chakra do? Each chakra has a different effect on the body, and each one is responsible for a specific function. However, this blog is going to focus on the fifth chakra, the throat chakra. The throat chakra is responsible for communicating to the world our true nature and our true feelings. Keeping this chakra aligned is important, and using affirmations designed for a specific chakra can help unblock it, or keep it open. So if you’re looking for affirmations to help your throat chakra stay unblocked, keep reading for 15 affirmations to help!

What Exactly Is the Throat Chakra?

A diagram of the placements of the chakras down the spine
The throat chakra is linked to communication. Photo courtesy of Pinterest.

If you’re new to the chakra system, you may not know what each chakra is responsible for or how they all work. The throat chakra (commonly referred to as “vishuddha” which means “pure”) is the fifth chakra from the bottom, and is strongly associated with sound and communication. The location of the throat chakra is most commonly viewed as the base of the throat, where all communication begins. The throat chakra is also most commonly represented by a symbol of a circle with sixteen petals and is usually represented with the color blue, or a smoky lavender. 

The throat chakra works with our communication, our expression of our true selves, and our ability to create and develop our purpose. The power of the throat chakra goes beyond just realizing our vocation and expression, it also helps us to voice these thoughts into the world to speak our truth. The ability to realize and speak about ourselves authentically in the world is what makes this chakra so important, and why keeping it balanced is beneficial. 

How to Balance Your Throat Chakra

A woman with her legs crossed doing meditation
Meditation and yoga are great ways to keep your chakras balanced. 

Keeping your throat chakra balanced is extremely important, because it is the chakra responsible for helping us to communicate our true feelings and intentions. So how do we keep our throat chakra balanced, or help rebalance it after it has become unbalanced? Knowing how to keep your chakras balanced, or how to unblock them is essential to obtaining complete harmony within yourself. 

First, we must understand some of the causes that can make our throat chakra become unbalanced or blocked. A serious argument with a friend or loved one can, gossiping, having a traumatic experience as a child, and many other factors can all cause our fifth chakra to be knocked off balance. But how do we know when our throat chakra is out of balance? When the throat chakra isn’t balanced, a person might experience insecurities, the need to gossip, or feelings of shyness. 

So how do we balance the throat chakra? There are many ways to balance the throat chakra, from crystal work to aromatherapy. Incorporating specific foods into your diet, like blueberries and apples can help open your throat chakra. Meditation and yoga poses created specifically to open the throat chakra are also good techniques to try. Using daily affirmations for the throat chakra is also an easy way to keep your throat chakra balanced and unblocked. 

15 Throat Chakra Affirmations to Try

Whether you're looking to unblock your throat chakra or  you’re looking for a way to keep it balanced, here are 15 affirmations you can incorporate into your daily life to help your throat chakra.

  • My voice is heard and important
  • Speaking my truth is right
  • My feelings are always validated
  • I can communicate how I feel to others
  • I free myself when I am honest
  • I remain grounded when facing uncertainty 
  • I love to use my voice and to express myself 
  • I don’t interrupt others when they speak
  • I feel compassion towards others
  • My honesty attracts what I deserve 
  • I speak my mind truthfully with no boundaries
  • I am not scared to speak my mind
  • I am honest in my speech and my actions
  • I do everything with full dedication 
  • I choose all my words with care before I speak 

When saying affirmations, you don’t have to say them all at once. You can just stick with the ones that seem to resonate with you. Saying affirmations daily doesn’t mean just listing them off, it can just mean saying one or two to yourself in the mirror when you’re getting ready. Beginning your day with affirmations is a good way to start your day on a positive note. Whether you say one or ten affirmations a day, each affirmation will help to start your day with a positive mindset. 

The most important thing to remember when saying affirmations is to mean what you say. If you believe what you are saying, then your chakras will unblock over time (or continue to remain unblocked) and you will be able to live your best life and reach your full potential. This list of affirmations isn’t all the affirmations you can say, and it doesn’t mean you have to say all of them. Pick the ones you believe and tell them to yourself daily! Over time, you’ll see your chakras align and begin to see the positive effects in your life!

Kaitlyn Harris

Kaitlyn Harris is a professional writer, lover of the arts, and an aspiring world traveler.
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