In fact, the answer is: “Yes, music can balance your chakras. In short, chakras are “centers that harbor certain energies. Just as teeth are part of our physical body and have a specific purpose, chakras are part of our body. And each one has a specific function.
And on a scientific level, we can absolutely heal our chakras with vibration. Chakras are energy centers that each vibrate at their own frequencies. Flute music, wind instruments, and sometimes piano sounds affect the Anahata Tovishudhi (the throat chakra). The bells, the sounds of water, the songs of birds, the very soft and subtle sounds have their effects from the throat to the Agna chakra (between the eyebrows).
Finally, the Sahasrara (the top of the head) is affected by meditation and all the other instruments together at once. Large wind instruments, such as trumpets, affect the second to third chakra (Swadhisthana al Manipura). What I love about this song is that, while it may seem almost like a crown chakra song, Jason Mraz sings about having a loving attitude towards everything. The dimension of activating the human system and allowing the human system to evolve to its maximum possibility through the use of these 108 sounds is called Nada Yoga.
When hyperactive, the root chakra or Muladhara asks us for too much security, which makes us stubborn, inflexible and sensitive. Indian classical music has recognized, with mathematical precision, what sounds can activate these 108 chakras and lead to a natural evolution of the human being to a higher level of consciousness. Kundalinī is a latent energy that can be activated by various techniques; spontaneous activation is also possible. The physical signs of an unbalanced solar plexus chakra can be poor gut health, digestive problems, and not having a six-pack (jk, but weak abs could be a sign of a weak solar plexus).
Hyperactivity means that this point of the chakra is trying to extract too much energy and doesn't give enough to the other bulbs. The solfeggio frequency for the sacral chakra is 417 Hz, intended to leave room for creativity by bringing clarity and transformation to your body and mind. If you want to balance your root chakra, plug in some headphones or turn up the speakers and let yourself fall into the relaxing security of this classic song. When hyperactive, this chakra wants to predict the future too much, producing vivid nightmares and making it difficult for us to be present.
Other Eastern traditions that use Western music for the activation of the cakra use C as a playing field for maneuvering.