Mean What You Say and Say What You Mean: Strengthening the Throat Chakra

blog el 3 2.6.14If you have not heard about chakras and their connection to a healthy mind, body and spirit, no doubt you will soon.  As we become a more globally interactive society, the wisdom of the East increasingly permeates into our American culture.  This is indeed a good thing!

A chakra is a spinning vortex wheel of energy located at particular points throughout the body.  This article focuses on the chakra found at the throat.  It is an especially important chakra for business oriented people, entrepreneurs, and attorneys because it facilitates the ability to communicate clearly and concisely – to mean what we say and say what we mean.  Not only is balancing the throat chakra crucial for effectively connecting with our clients and colleagues, but it is also necessary for optimal physical health and peace of mind.

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Risk Averse? Practice Going Into the Unknown

blog el 2 2.6.14It’s been said that many lawyers are risk averse, that we like to play it safe.  Now I’m not sure if that means the type of person who chooses to become a lawyer is by nature risk averse, or rather if it is a trait acquired in law school or while practicing.  In any event, it is a characteristic that we at times must overcome to stand tall in who we are and follow our dreams with vision and purpose.

A book that has inspired me to live courageously is Osho’s, “Courage: The Joy of Living Dangerously”.  This philosophical piece, bursting at its binding with wisdom, begins with this sentence: “Courage means going into the unknown in spite of all the fears.”  Osho further states, “[c]ourage does not mean fearlessness.”  Yes!  Courage does not mean fearlessness.  However, Osho goes on to explain that the more we are courageous, the less fear we will feel.

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