Your throat chakra is blue in color, is located in the throat and represents the ability to communicate and self-expression. When the throat chakra is open, you have no problems expressing yourself- in any medium you desire. You also have the ability to hold secrets.
The final and highest chakra located at the top of your head is the violet chakra known as the crown chakra. This chakra represents your ability to be fully connected spiritually. It gives you wisdom and being one with the world, inner and outer beauty and pure bliss. When open, you are unprejudiced and quite aware of the world and yourself.
There are a number of ways to tell when a chakra or chakras are out of balance. Chakras are all part of one system, so usually, when one is unbalanced, others are as well. Tell tale signs of unbalanced chakras could be mental signs, such as depression, anxiety, or feelings of insecurity. We could also experience physical signs such as eating disorders, constipation, or knee pain. Each physical and mental signs can be closely related to a certain chakra imbalance.
It is known that every living being, even the planet itself is comprised of energy. In humans, there are 7 primary chakras that allow subtle energy to flow through us. They are associated with specific parts of our body, but they are not “physical entities” per se. They can be described as the crossroads of the material and the immaterial and pertain to the body, mind and spirit altogether.
Chakras are considered to be centers of energy and are located in select spots on the mid-line of our torso. The chakras on the lower part of our body represents our intellectual side, while the ones located on the upper part of our body represents our mental side. All in all, they govern our psychological properties.