Chakra Test - How to open and balance my chakras? What is my dominant chakra? Find out with the free online test of the 7 chakras
A chakra calculator: What for?
Find out which of your 7 chakras need to be balanced, whether they are too open and dominant or under-active, blocked and closed.
How to balance and align my root chakra, sacral chakra, solar plexus chakra, heart chakra, throat chakra, third eye chakra and my crown chakra?
Free test of the 7 chakras: How it works
Discover the current state of your subtle energy centers to better understand how to harmonize your chakras.
The questionnaire below has 70 questions and it takes between 3 to 4 minutes to answer them all.
When you have completed our free test of the seven chakras, we will give you a percentage for each chakra and a diagnosis, which will let you know which chakra is open (balanced) or out of balance (dominant or weak):
- Between 0 and 33%: your chakra is blocked or closed
- Between 34 and 65%: your chakra is balanced
- Between 66 and 100%: your chakra is too open
Before being able to balance your chakras when they are blocked, closed and weak or, on the contrary, too open and dominant, then go back to the articles dedicated to each chakra in order to understand the psychological and physiological states to which they correspond and to be able to consider the necessary corrections.
By KarmaWeather - April 10, 2018
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Please note that the use of medicinal plants, in any form whatsoever, should always be considered after consultation with a doctor, especially for pregnant or breastfeeding women, as well as for young children. In the same way, crystals and stones can only be considered as a support for medical treatment and never as a substitution. They are commonly called healing crystals for their action on the chakras, knowing that these have no application in modern medicine.