This is a simple self-assessment or ‘test’, that runs in your browser (nothing’s uploaded to the server.) If you haven’t read the parent page yet, please do so before taking the assessment.
How to answer
There’s going to be blurred lines between past and present feelings and experience. That’s okay, just be consistent with how you decide to handle it, and what takes precedence. With the broader period, it might be helpful to think about things as they once were, and not necessarily as they are right now. Conversely, the other tests are focused on more recent feelings.
The assessment uses a sliding scale. For each quality, choose a position that you feel applies to you. Honest answers are the correct ones, regardless of where they place on the scale. The default central choice is for neutral or close-to-neutral responses. The left side represents generally lacking in the quality and the right side, generally having the quality. The further from the centre you choose, the more strongly you feel about it.
Neutral choices can also be the result of feeling both positive and negative at the same time. That’s perfectly fine; there are clearly issues to resolve, but they reasonably balance out. It’s something you can make a note-to-self on. You might want to amend some answers as you work through the assessment, because you’ll gain greater context. The assessment is for you, by you and about you; it’s not a measurement of ideals and goals.
The greatest benefit is seeing how you’ve answered across the range of qualities. It’s subjective, but answer in terms of how you perceive yourself. Therefore, it’s not about how you think others see you.
How do you feel when you apply the following words and qualities to yourself? There are thirty words to consider. Once you reach the end, press the ‘Assess’ button:
e.g. “Do I have… [quality]”
“How do I feel about my sense of… [quality]”
Press ‘Assess’ to display the results.
About the results
The assessment returns a percentile and an overall grade, which you should note if you’re practising the affirmations. The grade is concerned with how you’ve answered, and not a score per se. This means it’s possible to score highly, but due to certain answers achieve a reduced grade. This is intended to provide a little bit more intelligence with the assessment. Grades run from the highest, 1, to lowest, 7.
Don’t fret if you’re handed a low percentage that you disagree with. This isn’t scientific, and the conclusions are structured according to my experience and perceptions, which aren’t the same as yours. Only you can determine any relevance for you.
The assessment is meant for personal insight. Your interpretation of what a quality means isn’t going to be the same as mine. You could think you’re awful at being a certain way and yet, the next person might think you’re made from top-level stuff. The converse is also true. The more time you spend considering your answer, the stronger the assessment results should be and ultimately, the better the potential healing outcome.
Does this tell me how open my chakra is?
This assessment is concerned about overall chakra health, and isn’t in any way analogue to ‘how open your chakra’ is or isn’t. It’s entirely possible to have an array of dysfunctional chakras that are ‘wide open’. It’s a complex subject area. There’s an online micro-industry with various websites offering ‘tests’ just for the advertising clicks and to funnel you into buying a service or product. Quite frankly, if there’s any mention of ‘open’ chakras outside of a meaningful dialogue, the site is serving you trash.
When folks chat about ‘open’ chakras what they likely mean is ‘active’ chakras, because they’ll almost certainly have no concept of what ‘open’ means. It’s not a binary thing, but there is a threshold. ‘Active’ in this sense might relate to energy projection in order to ‘get results’ and climb life’s ladder. Such people usually don’t understand how, they just know that being a certain way gets them results. It’s extraordinarily crude behaviour, which is pretty much the norm. If you’re empathetic, you’ll grok this.
Here’s a condensed example from something I once witnessed play out, regarding faux gurus. A strongly active sacral chakra coupled with weak morals can be applied to seduce a rootless mark, who’s ‘overcome’ by emotional urges (believing them to have originated within themselves). The mark, being enthralled, allows the faux guru to have their way. Once away from their abuser, the mark rebalances and realises they weren’t ‘in their right mind’ and moves on, a bit more broken and a lot more self-destructive.
That style of energy assault is commonplace, because a decent percentile of the population has some ability and another percentile are (at least) empathetic. It’s why untrained empaths get crushed 9 to 5 and blame themselves for everything.
If you think you’ve chakra-related dysfunction, and/or want to strengthen your chakras, please read about Lateral Meditation.
It’s actually incredibly simple to determine if your chakras are open, which can be resolved by reading the following:
Q. How do I test if my chakras are open?
If you need to ‘test’ anything, then they’re absolutely not open.
Q. I still think my chakras are open, what should I do?
They’re not. If they were, you’d be experiencing a whole new emotionally perceptive reality and still wouldn’t need to ask this question.
Q. No, I really think they’re open though?
If sensitives around you are trembling in your presence and you’re not projecting your energy (plus you’re not their boss, carrying an assault rifle with patriotic stickers, and/or foaming at the mouth), then okay, you’ve got me. But why did you land on this webpage? Unless you know you’re open and have room for improvement, I refer you back to the first answer. Otherwise, congratulations you’re a unicorn! Please keep grounded and be beautiful, but I don’t need to tell you that, do I?
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