Darsana Goddess of Tea

The 1st ray also represents spoken word and holds the keys to creation.  “Let there be light” (Alpha – sound) and “there was Light” (Omega – matter). The throat can bring forth change, positively or negatively, either through harmony or discordant use of words.  What we say and how we say it creates energetic patterns for good, or ill, and thus also create the energetic patterns of our karma in that frequency with that Chakra and then corresponding area of the body.  Karma just being that mess that we need to not ignore but be responsible for and just clean it up.  Change its frequency to one that is more positive and balanced in nature.

When our voice is silenced, or when we hold our tongue when we should speak up, we block the flow of energy of our souls major source of power – our voice.  This source of power is also the point of protection for us and others.  We protect not only our own soul from becoming cowardly but the souls of others. Through using our voice we create a field of blue protection for the truth, for the christic child within. 

This is done when we need to warn others of danger (the real kind) or a cry out for help and speaking up for those without a voice or at least one we understand.  Animals have voices and a language most of us though just don’t understand it.  I believe that due to the fact that we are suppose to be the dominating species on this planet that is our responsibility to learn to understand them. 

1st Ray Throat Chakra

On a side note : Originally the purpose of dressing the Police officers and constables in blue uniforms was to reinforce the ideals of ‘to serve and protect’ those that were vulnerable to harm.  Sometimes we can have so much ‘blue’ in our aura that words may even be unnecessary the uniform says it all.

Words only sent in love, compassion and understanding may not always be welcomed (at times) but are always felt.  As are words sent out with the energy of a lie, gossip, anger, malice or disdain of another, whether they are present or not, hurt both the sender and the receiver.  Such is the power of the voice and the power of sound.  Thus, sound can either create or destroy. 

The frequency of a high-pitched voice can shatter glass, the frequency of the words of love can both heal a troubled soul or create beautiful and always unique designs in crystalline formation.  As demonstrated in the numerous frozen drops of water photographed by the famous work of Masaru Emoto.