While practicing Reiki, there are many esoteric symbols which can be used. Each symbol is believed to have power that actually enhances the flow of energy. Every Reiki practitioner doesn't follow all these practices and majority of practitioners don't even invoke symbols. Whatever be the rationale, Reiki symbols take one to the higher levels of consciousness and manifestation. These symbols are shown to the student before being attuned. During the attunement, an imprint of the symbol is given to him by the master.
These symbols are empowered in order that they can fulfill their anticipated purpose. This process of empowerment has been made by a sacred agreement between the creator and people, who have been attuned. Having their own consciousness, Reiki symbols can be meditated upon and one can obtain direction about how to use them. These symbols don't work for the people, except for the ones who are attuned. Scroll further to know about important healing symbols of Reiki.
Cho Ku Rei
Often called 'the Power Symbol', Cho Ku Rei is believed to augment the energy considerably. 'Cho Ku Rei' literally suggests "put all the power of the Universe here". It is used to increase power, or aptly focus on Reiki. The symbol is used at first to boost the power of Reiki and in the end, to stop the healing powers. Cho Ku Rei can also be employed to cleanse and protect people or things on all levels.
Sei He Ki
Frequently called 'the Mental-Emotional Symbol', Sei Hi Ki assists in healing the mental-emotional imbalance. 'God and Humanity becomes one' is the literal meaning of 'Sei He Ki'. It is used for balancing mental and emotional state, protection, purification & for bringing harmony and peace. This mental-emotional symbol enhances the memory and balances the right and the left brains.
Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen
Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen, commonly called 'Distance Symbol' is used to channel Reiki energy across time and distance. An aggregate of five Japanese kanji, 'Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen' exactly means source, person, right, correct and thought. It is also a Buddhist chant that means 'right consciousness is the source of everything'. Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen can be used to send Reiki vibrations in the past or future, in other room or country, without any barrier. It can heal the past experiences and can get stored up for the future.
Dai Ko Myo
Dai Ko Myo is usually called 'the Attunement Symbol' or 'the Master Symbol'. In the initial stages, it is used to instigate a student to different preliminary degrees of Reiki. Since 'Dai Ko Myo' is the quintessence of 'the Light of the Buddha' or 'the Light of the Awakened Heart', it denotes the lengthened knowledge and clairvoyance. At the higher level of practicing, the symbol is employed by the masters to heal the soul.
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