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Updated on October 1, 2008

Fifth Chakra - Throat Chakra - Blue

The fifth chakra, of the throat, is the primary focus of communication and action. Represented by blue, this chakra helps ensure you are heard and that you can speak your truth.

If you have a healthy fifth chakra, you are able to communicate easily with friends and family - with those you work and interact with. You're even able to give talks in front of an audience.

If you're having trouble with your fifth chakra, you might be shy or intimidated by these situations and feel unable to say what you really mean. You might also be too talkative - boisterous or overbearing in situations where you should listen more.

If you want to strengthen your throat chakra, try blue lace agate or turquoise. Visualize a sky blue flower at your throat unfolding its petals. This will help you express yourself better and be more self assured.

If the problem is that you are too talkative or overbearing, it's time to tone things down. Balance is important between the chakras and this would suggest your throat chakra is overactive compared to the others. Imagine a blue flower softly closing its petals.

Sixth Chakra - Brow Chakra - Purple

The sixth chakra is the brow chakra, also called the chakra of the third eye. The color assigned to this chakra is indigo, or purple. This is the chakra of intuition, of thought and of spirituality.

If you have a healthy sixth chakra, you are at peace with yourself, and are able to study and investigate issues of spirituality. You will also be able to develop your psychic awareness.

If, on the other hand, your sixth chakra is unhealthy or closed, it could cause you to jump from idea to idea with little focus. It could also cause you to cling to a single idea without any ability to even consider or discuss any other idea- hence 'close minded'.

If your aim is to open and clear your sixth chakra, try working with amethyst or lapis lazuli. Focus on the spot just above and between your two physical eyes. You may get a glimpse of your third eye, usually very beautiful, looking right back at you. Even if you don't see it you may become aware of it. You may imagine a deep blue flower gently opening its petals wide.

If the issue is that you that you are overwhelmed with psychic information and it is interfering in your everyday life you may ask the chakra to gently close. Either visualize the third eyelid closing or petals of a blue flower folding softly inwards.

Seventh Chakra - Crown Chakra - Violet

The seventh and final chakra is the crown chakra, represented by the color violet. It is sometimes also represented by white.

This chakra controls wisdom and true understanding. When the seventh chakra is healthy, it allows you to plan your life and handle the daily trials and tribulations that life throws at you. You will feel your link with the Divine and with the rest of creation.

When your seventh chakra is unhealthy, it leads to unwise decisions, unhappiness, and a sense of indecision. You will feel alone and separate.

If your aim is to open your seventh chakra, then you should start with amethyst or quartz. Meditation is a key to developing the crown chakra. Visualize a beautiful flower at your crown with hundreds of petals gently opening. This will help you find wisdom and a sense of universal connection.

If the problem is that your seventh chakra is too open, and you are finding it hard to cope with the hustle and bustle of everyday living then imagine the same flower gently closing the petals over to protect the chakra.


Connie Stewart, Intuitive Profiler, Medium, Speaker and Writer is available for private sessions by appointment only. Through Intuitive Profiling, Connie identifies and cuts unhealthy energetic cords. Releasing these negative energetic connections allows you to function at a higher vibrational frequency. Connie also does chakra balancing sessions.

Connie is also available for corporate keynote presentations and group sessions.

619-573-5927 ~


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