Uncertainty and Strengthening the Throat Chakra

I struggle with knowing when to speak my truth and when to keep quiet, especially when it comes from a place of deep caring.  Sometimes help is unwanted, and people want to travel a particular journey a particular way without change or interruption.  This is where my uncertainty sets in. Where do I draw the line between helping and intruding?

Over the years, I have learned how to fix and help things in my own life, and the natural result is wanting to share the good news with others: there is an answer for everything.  I don’t believe in accepting suffering; I believe in searching, trying, and finding a new path. This is my truth; this is the path of my life.  When others are not interested or don’t believe it, I think I take it personally–as if they are not interested or believe in the very essence of who I am.  Clearly, this is my own problem to work on, and this is where my Louise Hay affirmation comes in: I love and accept myself, just as I am.  

What I am learning now, and it is a painful lesson, that my own truth is just that: my own.  If someone else asks or wants to hear about my truth, I will share it, and it is a wanted gift.  If someone doesn’t ask  and I still give it, then it is an unwanted gift–at least, sometimes.  I have given too many unwanted gifts. Perhaps I have also depended too much on this so-called gift-giving; I’ve perhaps used it to fuel my self-worth.  Who am I if I have nothing to give?  This is the root of something bigger. I love and accept myself, just as I am.

Knowing when and how to speak is a product of the throat Chakra.  I am working on strengthening it and will eventually be better able to judge how and when to speak.  Self worth is a part of the solar plexus Chakra, and I think that needs some work, too.  There is always room for improvement, and there is always a new avenue waiting for us.  All we have to do it be open to it.

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  1. Great post, Lisa. It rings so clear and true!

    I tried sending you a (long-overdue) e-mail this morning and it came back to me as undeliverable! Luckily I remembered that you have this blog and I could get in touch with you that way. I’d love to be in touch if you could send along a new e-mail address. Hope you’re doing well!

    1. Allisa, it is so good to hear from you! I changed my email and I am so sorry I didn’t let you know. It is lisa_landen_thompson at yahoo dot com.

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