Thursday, January 23, 2014

The Throat Chakra: Your Self-Expression


Continued from  Part  VI

The Throat Chakra influences your self-expression.

Location: Throat

“The Chakra of your “true voice”
Energies: Water, calming, soothes, relaxes

You know your Throat Chakra is STRONG when you are good at voicing out your thoughts, ideas and emotions to those around you.

You’re admired for your willpower and strong communication skills, and your conviction to speak the truth, even if it may be uncomfortable to some. Your career and personal life are enriched as a result.

You know your Throat Chakra is WEAK or CLOSED when you constantly feel like nobody cares about your opinions, and that you have nothing of value to say. You’re likely to be known as the ‘quiet one’ in your professional and social circles, and you frequently settle with following other people’s opinions. You often suffer from a blocked and sore throat.

People with weak or closed Throat Chakra remind of a humorous personage from my book “Laugh at them!”

At public

Home alone



and enjoy at

Self-expression and public speaking are nothing but well-trained skills. If you are scared or shy in self-expression publically, you can start practicing right away with the nice, funny and fast working methods with my book

Natalia Levis-Fox
“Fear Loss Erotica Method”
Smashwords Edition
ISBN: 978-1-4659-8439-5

The book is written out of humor, fun and love to people. All methods you find there had already liberated plenty of my patients and students from shyness and public fear speaking.

The methods have also solid scientific backing. They are organized around the inspiring word ‘erotic’, the most valuable notion and process among adult people.

Research indicates that words paint concepts in our minds [1]. Although processing of visual and auditory information occurs along completely separate pathways, the visual and auditory processing routes converge to end up firing the same single neurons.

Concepts are encoded even by single neuron in a very abstract way: a pleasant and meaningful picture can evoke both written and spoken texts (i.e. organized around the novel concept of turning uneasiness into loveable erotic experience). Brain is capable to create a high level of abstraction, which is important for perception and memory formation given that we tend to remember abstract concepts and forget irrelevant details.

The key words of this erotic experience become attractors or central cores for the enriched understanding of your power and yourself.

P.S. Personally, I do not like the word and notion “influence”. Instead, I prefer to use the “serves as a source” and “supply”. May be, you will like it too.

Live with humor!
Natalia Levis-Fox

Scientific References

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