The Fifth chakra:
Visuddhi or Vishuddha, essentially means filter. If your Visuddhi is active, it filters everything. Poisons can enter you in many ways – a wrong thought, emotion, idea, energy, or impulse can poison your life.
The spoken words from the throat chakra. It gives expression to the emotions from the heart. Words spoken from a balanced throat chakra penetrates the heart of the listener. The internal and external space changes with the vibration of the spoken word. The emotions of devotional words arise from the heart and are expressed through the throat chakra.
The visuddha chakra encompasses the five planes: physical, astral, celestial, balance, and human. The fifth chakra balances the lower chakras and refines them. Those who practice Kundalini Yoga, use mantras and yoga postures to refine the throat chakra. They can refine their life and live from the heart and soul perspective. They seek knowledge that is beyond time and space. They understand non-verbal messages.
Unbalanced Visuddha chakra characteristics can be:
Balanced Visuddha chakra characteristics can be:
How to Practice:
Posture: Sit comfortably with hands on your lap
Sing along with the mantra or listen.
Mantras for Throat Chakra:
Sa Re Sa Sa, Sa Re Sa Sa, Sa Re Sa Sa, Sa Rung
Har Re Har Har, Har Re Har Har, Har Re Har Har, Har Rung
Saa is the Infinite, the Totality, God. It is the element of ether, the origin, the beginning, and it contains all other effects. It is subtle and beyond.
Harå is the creativity of the Earth and is the dense element, the power of manifestation, the tangible, the personal.
These sounds are woven together and then projected through the sound of ung or complete Totality. This is the base mantra of all mantras. Adversity melts before this mantra. It gives you the capacity for effective communication, so your words contain mastery and impact. This mantra helps you conquer the wisdom of the past, present, and future. It brings you peace and prosperity even if it wasn’t in your destiny.
This mantra takes away negativity from within oneself awakening the Infinite Creative energy to burn away obstacles to achieving higher consciousness.
This second mantra is the Vishnu Shanta Karam mantra, an ancient chant that pays homage to one of the three primary Hindu deities, Vishnu. This powerful mantra can help the listener get over any rational or irrational fear clouding their mind.
The lyrics to the Vishnu Shantakaram mantra are:
" Shaantaakaaram Bhujaga Shayanam
Vishvaadhaaram Gagana Sadrsham
Lakshmii Kaantam Kamala Nayanam
Vande Vishnum Bhavabhayaharam
I hope you enjoyed the blog, if you would like to transform your journey with Kundalini Yoga - Subscribe:[email protected]