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Reiki Symbols – Reiki Master’s Sacred Tools

Reiki symbols have been used by reiki masters ages ago. These symbols are used to give reiki attunement or for healing. In the past, there were more than 100 reiki symbols, but now only a few are known to the public. Among these, 3 symbols are widely known to general public. These 3 symbols are:

1. Cho Ku Rei (pronounced as cho koo ray)

Cho Ku Rei is known as power symbol. seikatsusuidosos The basic meaning of Cho Ku Rei is placing the power of the universe where you want it. This symbol can be used to activate chakras, increase the power of reiki energy or other symbols. Some healers consider this as a power booster to channel the reiki energy. Other than energy booster, this symbol could also be used for protection by directly draw Cho Ku Rei on the person or object you would like to protect.

2. Sei He Ki (pronounced as Say Hay Key)

Reiki symbols Sei He Ki is commonly used as cleaning purpose and considered as mental, emotional symbol. General translation of this symbol is the unity of God and man. Reiki healers use Sei He Ki to clean mental and emotional problems such as fear, depression, sadness, as well as physical health problem. Other than that, Sei He Ki could be used to improve memory and to help heal drugs, alcohol or smoking addiction. Healers usually draw this symbol directly to the person and the body parts during the healing session.

3. Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen (pronounced as hon sha zee show nen)

This is the distant healing symbol. The basic meaning of this reiki symbol is there is no limitation on time and distance. Reiki healers use this symbol to do distance healing, without meeting the person he is treating.

Reiki symbols are powerful tools that work on your intention. The symbols will well with drawing or visualization.

Debby Law practices Reiki Healing and hold Shamballa Reiki Master since 2003. Reiki is the best and easy way for you to get health naturally, especially if you are a Reiki Master.

There are three main levels or degrees of Reiki. The First Degree is used to heal the self and others. The Second Degree is used for distant healing. The Third Degree or Master/Teacher is used to teach and attune others to Reiki.

There are three main levels or degrees of Reiki. The First Degree is used to heal the self and others. The Second Degree is used for distant healing. The Third Degree or Master/Teacher is used to teach and attune others to Reiki.

The traditional way of learning Reiki involves the student being given the First symbol, usually Cho Ku Rei. The student will then spend weeks (at the very least) practising drawing, chanting and channelling this symbol. When the master is happy that the student is strong enough in the Cho Ku Rei energy he will then give the Second symbol, probably Sei Hei Ki. Once again the student will have to spend weeks practising drawing, chanting and channelling this symbol. This same process would also be used for the Third symbol, usually Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen. Once the student has mastered these basic symbols they would then move on to practising healing others.

The student would experience Cho Ku Rei being most effective for physical healing, Sei Hei Ki best for emotional healing, and Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen best for mind or mental healing (also known as distant healing) for people far away,.

A typical Reiki treatment will begin with the Reiki practitioner instructing the recipient to lie down and relax usually on a massage table. To calm themselves in preparation for the treatment the practitioner will usually meditate.

The treatment proceeds with the practitioner placing their hands on various parts of the recipient’s body using the various symbols to channel healing energy. Practitioners can also use a non-touching method of healing where the hands are held a few inches away from the body. Reiki can also be used for distant healing using symbols like Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen. With permission from the recipient the practitioner will calm themselves as if the recipient were in the room with them and then, while holding the intention of healing the recipient, channel the distant healing energy.

 

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