Chakra +/-: 5th

Susan Corso
2 min readMar 15

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Today we continue our considerations of the positive and negative applications of the energies of each chakra.

Each chakra has inherently a Grace, which causes us to have a Gift to give ourselves and others. Both the Grace and the Gift of each chakra can be applied positively or negatively.

The Grace of the Turquoise Throat Chakra is Creativity.

The Gift of the Turquoise Throat Chakra is Wonder.

Here, in alphabetical order, are the positive possibilities connected to Love and Connection.

Articulate speech, Artistry & craftsmanship, Always succeeds, Authentic, Communicative, Educated adventurer, Encouraging, Expressive, Honest, Independent, Mastering your artistry, Purposeful, Sincere, Singer, Spiritual, Truthful, Uses voice to praise, Uses voice to thank, Vocally strong

Remember, just like with all positives and negatives, there are two major options: the “negative,” passive thing not to do is resist. And the “positive” active thing is to embrace the opposites.

Let’s pick one: Honest.

Sure, you can use honesty as a form of resistance to Creativity — nothing like shooting down an idea even before it’s out of its creator’s mouth.

And you can use honesty as a form of embrace of Love — ‘I just want the deal to be fair for everyone.’

Or, how about Artistry?

You are perfectly capable of using artistry as a form of resistance to wonder — the snobbery of critics, anyone? (And isn’t everyone a critic sometimes?)

You may also use artistry as a form of embracing wonder — how about encouraging young artists who are just finding their way?

Have a gander at the list with a mind intent on self-evaluation. You know where you’re resisting, Beloved, and you know where you’re embracing. Happy with them? Great. If not, use the chakra color itself on either extreme within you to create the change you want to see.

Be the blessing.

Tomorrow we’ll continue with the negatives of the fifth turquoise throat chakra.

Susan Corso

Dr. Susan Corso a metaphysician with a private counseling practice for 40+ years. She has written too many books to list here. Her website is