Throat (Vishuddha) Chakra
Location: base of throat
Symbol: sixteen-petal Lotus ﬂower
Color: sky blue
Element: ether (crossover between the physical and spiritual worlds)
Body parts: throat, neck, arms, hands, thyroid gland
Mind and Spirit: the throat is our instrument of communication, thus the Throat, or Fifth, Chakra is the seat of communication and expression of all that is happening in our consciousness. An open and balanced Throat Chakra allows us to communicate truthfully and express our feelings, as well as our creativity. We will be able to receive, allowing abundance and grace to be experienced. We will listen to our intuition and connect to a higher wisdom and guidance.
Throat Chakra essential oil blend:
Mysore Sandalwood (Santalum Album): on the energetic level of the Throat Chakra, Sandalwood acts as a protector and spiritual guide. It promotes conﬁdence to express ourselves and guides our intuition by keeping us close to our divine spirit.
Bergamot (Citrus Bergamia): with its aromatic citrus scent Bergamot lifts the spirit, conveys the experience of joy and courage, and is generally balancing. It soothes and lightens the burden of a grieving, wounded heart.
Spruce (Tsuga Canadensis): clearing, purifying and strengthening. Helps to focus and clear the mind thus enhancing expression and communication.
Davana Flower (Artemisia Pallens): In India, Davana ﬂowers are traditionally offered to the god Shiva. The energy of the Davana ﬂower is balancing. It soothes anxiety and anger, and connects us to our creative energy and intuition.
Throat Chakra Annointing Oil contains 100% pure essential oils of Bergamot, Sandalwood, Spruce and Davana Flower in a base of fractioned coconut oil. These annointing oils are suitable for direct application on the skin and each bottle has a roll-on applicator.
Ayurveda is the ancient "science of life", originating in the Himalayas thousands of years ago. It teaches that harmony of body, mind, and spirit - and our environment - brings about physical and mental health. In ancient Ayurvedic scriptures aromatherapy is often mentioned. For example, Ayurveda will recommend to a depressed person to take a walk along a stream where Jasmine ﬂowers are blooming. Inhale the fragrance and you will be uplifted. In Ayurveda, many plants are categorized and assigned for their speciﬁc use. They have drawn from this ancient knowledge to create this special line of Triloka Ayurvedic Chakra Oils.
Triloka Ayurvedic Chakra Oils are nourishing and balancing formulas to support the energy of each Chakra. Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning wheel or vortex and is used to describe the energy centers of the body. In the yogic tradition Chakras are depicted as Lotus ﬂowers, each with a different number of petals, similar to the lotus symbols found on the label.
There are seven main Chakras and many more secondary Chakras throughout our body. The Chakras are located in the etheric, or subtle life-force, body. The chakras affect the ﬂow of energy throughout our energy system. Prana, the life-force (also known as Chi) is all pervading. Our energy centers are nourished by the ﬂow of Pranic energy.
Each Chakra is associated with certain parts of the physical body as well as with our mind and spiritual development. Chakras are inﬂuenced, awakened and balanced through our thoughts and actions. They are aspects of our consciousness. If our Chakras are balanced and energy ﬂows freely, we create a life of harmony, health and spiritual awakening.