Rahbi's Chakra Assessment

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Measuring Your Chakras

Chakra Assessment is music that takes the body and mind (or soul) though the different Chakas in 30-second segments. The first 30 seconds uses rain stick sounds to clear the system for the start of the assessment. This is a resetting of the Charka System. On the graphs, this is the 0 segment or beginning measurement. Crystal Bowls make the resonating notes behind each segment of the assessment. Other musical instruments provide an overlay of sound to pull you to relaxation through calming and concentration. Segment 9 is residual music used to make sure data are not lost at the end of the assessment process.


Segment and Notes

1                                F

2                                C

3                                G

4                                D

5                                A

6                                E

7                                B

8                                F#


Some people are very concerned about the exactness of each note in the assessment. While some people spend a lot of effort making sure each note is a pure tone, others insist that healing intentions are more important than the music. Rahbi Crawford certainly endows her interventions with healing intention, but she recognizes the importance of the music too. She is exacting in her music, and she has learned that music is dynamic rather than static. Playing a pure tone does not take into consideration the need to pull the Chakra System forward to a state of relaxation that allows alignment and healing to occur. The correct note for each Chakra is not the note for that Chakra. The correct note is composed of the vibrations made by notes that align the Charka. The combination of technology and healing produces an extremely effective assessment.



  1. Root Chaka (base of the spine)
  2. Naval Chakra (lower abdomen)
  3. Solar Plexus Chakra (above the naval)
  4. Heart Chakra (center of the chest)
  5. Throat Chakra (between sternum and chin)
  6. Brow Chakra (forehead)
  7. Crown Chakra (top of head)
  8. Transcendental Chakra (beyond the material)

The simplest measurement is to have people hold a thermometer (digital) in their hands while listening to the Chakra Assessment. As hand temperature increases, relaxation also increases. Decline in temperature across the assessment can occur, but it more likely that blockages within a Chakra will produce a plateau. We prefer measuring the Skew of Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) because it gives more information.

Blocked Chakras

This is a Temperature graph of a 58-year old man at the beginning of therapy. He has lower digestive tract problems that we need not discuss and the economic downturn has caught him in its grasp. He is stressed. You can see the flattening of Chakra 1 and 2 representing the lower digestive system problems. Flatting or blocking of his creative self in the higher Chakra systems reflects stress in his life.

Download the Charkas Assessment MP3 file

You can test your Chakras yourself. Listen to the Chakra Assesment MP3 file from this website. There is no charge for the assessment. Thank you.


The following graph is from a 45-year old female. She had a substantial number of problems, and is now at the point of completing therapy. Blockages have been cleared, and she demonstrates a consistent relaxation response across all Chakras.