Jumat, 04 Februari 2011

Reiki Symbol

Cho Ku Rei

The first symbol is Cho-KU-Rei (pronounced cho-koo-ray), which is often referred to as the 'power symbol. You will normally use this symbol in every healing session, as frequently as you feel is right. Its affect is to channel far stronger healing energy. Some people may feel attracted to drawing it counter clockwise instead. If you experiment, you will usually find which feels better for you.
Sei He Ki

The second symbol is SEI-HE-KI (pronounced say-hay-kee) and is used in most healings. It is sometimes called the 'emotional symbol' because it specifically addresses the emotional healing process and helps release deeply repressed feelings, quickly and easily. It is usually drawn once at the start of a session, and can be used again when you feel drawn to it at any time during the healing.
Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen (pronounced hon-sha-zee-show-nen) "The Distance Symbol" Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen is used to send Reiki. You can send Reiki to anyone and anything. It is used to send Reiki over distance and time (such as when using Reiki to heal a past trauma or sending Reiki to a point in the future when you or someone might need it). It is also drawn before sending a distant attunement. You may be guided intuitively to use it in other situations when necessary. If you feel you need to use it but have trouble recalling it exactly, just repeat the name of of the symbol and let Reiki do the rest for you.

Tibetan Dai Ko Myo/DooMo

The Dai ku Myo is also known as the Master Symbol. Some people may feel attracted to drawing it  instead of usui symbol. If you experiment, you will usually find which feels better for you.
Usui Dai Ko Mio
The Dai ku Myo is also known as the Master Symbol. This is the energy that the Reiki master activates to do the Attunements that make the Reiki energies permanently accessible to the new practitioner. Several Reiki Masters differentiate between 'Master' & 'Grand-Master'. A master attunement activates the Dai ku myo as the spiritual intuitive energy but does not give the ability to do attunements.

This Symbol is pronounced "ra-koo" which is mainly used at the end of attunements, take a deep breath and hold it in, move around the back of the receiver then draw the RAKU from their head, down along the spine and down to the ground, simultaneously releasing the breath. Inform the receiver that the process is complete and that they should sit still for a few minutes before arising. It does not initiate healing energy, but instead is involved in grounding the receiver, it may also be used at the end of a healing session or at other times when additional grounding is needed. Now a big tip when attuning people to reiki, sending distant treatments don't try to hard trust in the Intelligent Reiki Energy and you will never fail ! the main word to remember is your INTENT ! so take it easy let the energy flow.

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