On this journey I have found that so many people just like you have a fear of speaking in public and the very thought of it terrifies them. For some it is the key thing that is holding them back. It's just that public speaking is...so very public.
It's not that they are inarticulate, or not very proud and good at what they do, or lacking in confidence or shy. It's just that speaking in public appears to be a thing for a lot of us.
As I prepared my talk my throat began to feel a little drier than usual, a bit uncomfortable so I did this healing and this picture came out of it. I have known people get full on throat infections when called upon to speak up, or having a difficult conversation about something that matters. This is an example of illness coming out of our thinking processes.
Here are some simple tips to keep your throat chakra in balance
Use your voice, sing, hum, whistle, hum. Join a choir, sing karioke - that's where you would have found me last Saturday night. ( I am a terrible singer, but I got up and I did it!! I loved it though the audience were less enthusiastic : )
Scream, shout out loud, hear your voice in a room, shout your dog as you walk ( doesn't matter if you haven';t even got a dog, noone will know). The point is we are not used to hearing our voices and when we do it can be intimidating, unless you get used to it.
Wear turquoise or blue.
Play music, or learn a musical instrument.
Breathe, deep belly breathing really helps to keep your voice strong, clear and loud.
This little beauty is available to buy £50 framed and £40 unframed. Painted with healing intent.