A person with aphonia has lost his voice or sounds very muffled. After an emotional shock, a person’s throat can be affected with aphonia, hoarseness, itching, difficulty swallowing, etc. The meaning of aphonia is to talk a little bit about the throat.
Aphonia and hoarseness biodescodification — Emotional conflicts
The throat allows us to voice, word, expression and creativity.
Who we are, how we are, what we do, how we do it, we can express it thanks to our throat. The throat is so important that it has been given an energetic center, the fifth.
This is located in the center of the throat and connected to the second one, the sacral zone, below the navel. Both of these energetic centers are creative.
Loss of voice, aphonia, hoarseness
When there is a loss of voice, hoarseness, hoarseness we have to find out what is stuck in our throat. Maybe it’s something we wanted to say and didn’t say or something we said and regret saying.
Sometimes when we want to say something but we don’t dare, because we are afraid of the consequences, the throat is affected in a struggle between conscious and unconscious.
The conscious fears and unconscious fears end up damaging our throats. In aphonia, there may be repression of emotions such as anger, rage, helplessness, insecurity, or anger.
We feel before others without a voice to express what we feel as if they were stealing our energy, but we are the ones who give the power to the other with our aphonia, with our silence.
The throat is also affected by problems related to sexuality.
The second and fifth energetic centers are connected. Traumas that we live, bitter swallows, situations that we choke, people that we do not swallow…
Ultimately, they are situations that we cannot assimilate because we cannot admit them.
Therefore, instead of believing that you should hide behind your aphonia and stop talking, it would be wise to check what your heart wants to say and allow yourself to speak only to say true words, expressed with love.
You don’t need to force yourself to speak to look good or to be accepted and liked. If you are going through a time of aphonia you might ask yourself:
- What are you not wanting to admit in your life?
- What don’t you accept as it is?
- What would you like to say that you don’t dare?
- What have you said that you later regretted?
- What emotional-sexual problem do you have?
- What would you like to say to your partner related to sexuality that you keep silent about?
Give coherence between your mind and your heart and this will result in better physical health in general and a clear and beautiful voice in particular.