Steps for Effective Communication


It’s crucial to know when to talk and when to stay silent in order to communicate effectively. Yoga teaches us to think first and talk afterward. By learning to think about your thoughts before expressing them, you can be certain that what you’re saying is meaningful. Yoga also teaches us the value of having a peaceful mind. It’s pretty unusual for us to say things we later regret when we’re agitated. Learning to calm your thoughts before speaking will guarantee that your message is well-thought-out and conveyed.


Some yogis feel that clearing the throat chakra will help them communicate more effectively. The throat chakra, often known as the communication center, assists us in speaking through our hearts and minds. You may have an energy blockage in the chakra if your communication isn’t as good as it normally is. The throat chakra may be cleansed using a variety of easy yoga techniques.

The concepts of Effective Communication are outlined in this enlightening and entertaining course. It explains why human communication often fails, why we often have things in our hearts that we want to say but are hesitant to say, and how to avoid the traps along the way.


You’ll learn how to prepare for a crucial discussion, how to frame it, and how to confidently and sensitively deliver even the most challenging message.

You’ll have new insights to freshen your communications at the end of the course.

Each part is complemented by downloadable activities and other tools to help you revise and solidify the information, as the many components are discussed via our video lectures.


We’ve all met folks who can talk a lot but don’t say much. Sensitivity and lightness of touch are required for effective and empathic communication, and this course will teach you how to develop all of the necessary abilities so that people will want to interact with you and listen to what you have to say. Even challenging messages may be communicated without causing unnecessary discomfort or negative emotions. It only requires a little know-how.

Why You Need This Course

We all have an internal voice that speaks to us and directs us, but we are not always able to explain what we are thinking because we do not know how to express ourselves. And, since our throat chakra is blocked, we become sluggish, incoherent, and self-critical, which is where Realiesly’s “Steps for Effective Communication” come in handy.


Usually, the throat chakra is open and energy flows freely through people like public speakers, singers, and persons with strong communication abilities. A person who is good at communicating can also listen and digest information well. The mind becomes quite clear as a result of this.

How To Begin

This course contains easily learned elements that are supplemented by practical exercises, all of which are clearly explained by Realiesly, who has years of experience in assisting people in improving communication skills, workplace relationships, and performance in a variety of settings and cultures through yoga.


Your relationship with your audience is the bedrock of good communication. Whether you’re communicating with one person or a group of people, sending a quick message, or having a long conversation, you must make sure your message is clear and concise. This course will teach you how.

Key Takeaways from this Course

The contents of this course are best for anyone who wants to understand how to communicate more effectively for personal or professional development. It is primarily aimed at introverted individuals, those carrying a lot of burden on their chest, and others who want to reach out to the world with their message.


People who are fresh to the office and aren’t sure how to interact successfully with their coworkers can benefit from yoga-based meditation practices. Effective communication is beneficial to anyone who has had relationship problems as well as those who, in any scenario, are required to work with “difficult people.”

Topics for this course

32 Lessons


Effective Communication00:02:06
Learning and Language00:00:00
Ontological Learning00:00:00
400 Years Ago00:02:26
The Human Being00:03:24
Phenomenon Of Language00:03:24
Introducing Speech Acts00:01:42

Speech Acts – Part 1 – Requests / Offers / Promises

Speech Acts – Part 2 – Assertions / Assessments / Declarations


Body Dispositions

Supplementary Video Resources

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