The alienation of sudden death tends to warp the mind of the recently departed. The desire for the life they lost is heartbreaking, maddening even.
The throat chakra, or communication center, serves as the bridge and control switch between the heart and the head. Think of it as the telephone operator between your thinking and feeling consciousness. For some people, the control of this call center is outsourced which has a lot of possible complications related to it. For others, it’s one way which is equally bad.
Following the party line? Exactly. If you haven’t spoken your heart, you won’t be able to listen with your head. Likewise, if you haven’t given voice to your thoughts, then what your heart reacts to will be out of whack. Without articulating your thoughts, your heart center has to use what line static manages to get through on its own.
Is this where a diary can be helpful? I find writing down my ideas helps me sort them out. Exactly, or blogging, or chatting with a confident, or prayer in some of it’s forms. The list of possible throat balancing activities is as long as their are options for self expression.
Or Second Life? Yes. Even a virtual world like Second Life can help with it.
I’m reminded of relationship communication breakdowns. In a relationship argument, one party is usually stuck on the head speech and the other is stuck on the heart speech. True, and again they will only handle those in a mutually helpful way when they reach agreement of terms. They have to meet at the throat level.
The throat controls our focus, as well as the mouth music we make, and the hostile person is also the one forever rubber necking to find faults in others. In fact, when people speak of having an open mind, it should be an open throat. An open communication center in the brain.
Ever notice that sudden realization always has the same body language? The jaw drops, open mouth, eyes wide. The throat center is also where we remember to breath. We experience breath in the throat, and if we remember to breath, we slow down our speech even if we don’t intend to. It has the side effect of making us think that little bit longer about what we are about to say.
Does the physical condition of your throat affect your thinking? It indeed does. The physical condition of the throat is often linked to the condition of the thyroid. One of the most important endocrine glands in the body. It also directly links to your brain stem, and that part of your brain has executive override on literally all of the so called higher functions of the mind. This is why your thoughts can be totally interrupted by a sudden startle.
The business world has been dominated by neck ties, but they have been coming off in the last 20 years or so. How is that reflected in the business world? Open throat, more honest business, more creative thinking, and more willingness to abandon outmoded models of activity.
The internet revolution. Yes. Some of the most successful business people these days are not often seen in person. They do all of their moving and shaking, as they say, on line.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.