Reiki Symbols Revealed: Shika So and Shika Sei Ki. Article by Pinky Punjabi Many Reiki masters and practitioners are aware of the four symbols of the traditional Usui Reiki which are Cho Ku Rei, Sei He Ki, Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen and Master Symbol but off late there are two new symbols which have been introduced in the traditional system which a few teachers teach along with Level 2 and many of them include these two beautiful symbols in Level 3a whereas few bring these under level 4 which is the grand master training.
These symbols have their own lovely energies and amazing powers to open our gates to inner peace and happiness. I have used these symbols individually and also as a combined sandwich which has worked wonders for many of my clients. Shika So This symbol is best for balancing our Throat chakra and also heals people with communication issues. The above method has been tried and tested method by me for helping thyroid affected clients and they have seen good improvement in their thyroid levels with regular healing in this method.
How to Draw the Reiki Symbols – Infographic. Even though you can draw the symbols however you like, and they will still work, sometimes you just want to know how exactly to draw them “correctly”.
Especially the complicated ones, such as the HSZSN The chart below should be quite helpful in this case. Click the image for full size. Three Things You Didn’t Know about the Main Reiki Symbols. Here’s three less known facts about the main Reiki Symbols.
About Cho Ku Rei The way to draw Cho Ku Rei is just a convention. Some Masters teach that it should be drawn clockwise. Others teach it counterclockwise. Did You Know: Sei He Ki Can Improve Your Memory. Fusion Reiki. Article by Reiki Master Sunetra Dasgupta Fusion Reiki was introduced by Dr.
Jason Storm in the year 2000. It was during a group attunement Dr. Non-traditional Reiki Symbols. Drawing The Symbols The Wrong Way? Recently we asked on Facebook what’s the most difficult symbol to draw.
The response was quasi-unanimous: HSZSN! We’ve got some good news for you! Cho Ku Rei – Power Symbol Explained. Reiki symbols are basically Sanskrit derived Japanese forms that help improve the flow of Life Force Energy (see this article for details).
These symbols are an essential part of Reiki practice and they used to be secret and revealed only to Reiki students who are initiated into the advance or master level. However, with the technology available today it’s hard to keep anything secret :), so information about them can easily be found on the internet. Although these symbols do not have any special power in and of themselves, using them after attunement helps a practitioner focus the Reiki energies. Three Ways to Use the Symbols in Your Relationship. Here’s three ways to use the symbols in your relationship.
Remember to always use them intending for the highest good of all involved, whatever the outcome may be. Cho Ku Rei – Strength Use the power symbol to empower and strengthen your relationship. Don’t worry, it wont make it “rigid” strong – such as to cause a lot of jealousy and the like. It will most likely be the exact opposite, a strength of trust, confidence, acceptance, and peace. Dai Ko Myo Explained. Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen Explained. Reiki symbols are basically sacred healing symbols that help in enhancing the flow of universal life force energy (click here for general Symbols info).
The primary symbols of traditional Reiki are the Cho Ku Rei or the Power Symbol, Sei He Ki or the Mental and Emotional Symbol, and Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen or the Distance Healing Symbol. Zonar. Article by Reiki Master Sunetra Dasgupta Zonar is a beautiful symbol and is a part of Karuna® Reiki.
In the symbol the 3 concentric infinity symbols stand for healing of past lives, karmic and inter dimensional issues. Though it is said there are other symbols which are much powerful than this, I personally find this symbol very useful, as it is bit subtle and helps in the initial phases of deep cellular healing. Our cells carry trauma and painful memories from past life, because of which we face issues in our current life. Zonar along with the Usui distance healing symbol Hon-Sha-Ze-Sho-Nen is used to release all the traumatic events from cellular level. This symbol also works very well when one wants to access their past lives. This symbol along works wonders when Inner Child issues are being healed, especially people who have suffered from abuse at childhood. Apart from the above mentioned Zonar is also used to heal body pains, relationship issues and epilepsy. Sunetra Dasgupta.
Soul Mate Reiki. Article by Reiki Master Sunetra Dasgupta Most of us are waiting or searching for that “special someone“ to walk our divine path with.
We call them soul mates. But, in reality we have many potential soul mates. They are people towards whom we feel a great affinity. In fact our parents, siblings, children, friends, teachers etc. are all our soul mates. Soul Mate Reiki does not depend on us believing any specific philosophy regarding soul mates. Dai Ko Myo Explained. Cho Ku Rei – Power Symbol Explained. Halu. Article by Reiki Master Sunetra Dasgupta This is an amplification of Zonar. The Z is completed and the pyramid is added. It is said to be more powerful than Zonar and works on higher dimensions and deeper levels. It restores balance physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually and brings about deep healing.
This is a great symbol which can be used to break up negative patterns in the unconscious mind and free us from our ego behind which we generally try to hid ex: “I just can’t do this because………..”. Halu clears blockages from all our chakras, open channel to higher consciousness and helps us understand that there is no bad, it is a mere absence of good. I firmly believe our auras talk to each other all the time, irrespective of us interacting with another person or not. Halu can also be used for sexual and physical abuse issues, as there is a lot of pain associated with both the abuser and the victim. Sunetra Dasgupta. 22 Innovative Ways to Heal with Antahkarana Symbol.
Article by Rinku Patel Antahkarana is an ancient healing symbol which does not need any attunement nor does it belong to any particular Reiki system. Merging this powerful symbol with Reiki brings profound outcome. It is known to be the bridge between the physical self and higher self. For more information, refer to Ananya Sen’s beautiful article about Antahkarana symbol. Listed below are some ways to use Antahkarana symbol for healing purpose. 1. 2. Dumo. Article by Reiki Master Sunetra Dasgupta Dumo is also known as the Tibetan Dai Ko Myo or the Tibetan Master symbol. Dumo means “Take us back to god”.
In Usui Reiki, it is taught in the Teacher level. In some places it is said that this symbol was first used by Arthur Robertson who got Raku Kei Reiki system to the west. Later it was adopted in other Reiki styles. Raku. Article by Reiki Master Sunetra Dasgupta Raku also known as the “Fire Serpent” is a symbol used in Master Level. It is a beautiful symbol which is used to ground the student after the attunement. The symbol is drawn from head to the ground, allowing the body and the chakras to receive and adjust the newly received energy and so that it stays there. It is said to represent the Chi or the Life Force Energy that runs down the spine through the chakras. Origin of Raku is unknown to people as it was not originally a part of the traditional Usui Reiki.
Brief Guide to Grand Master Level Symbols. Article by Rinku Patel I am not attaching any pictures or drawing of any symbols as they are considered sacred. Water, Sacral Chakra and Sei Hei Ki. Article by Ashwini Chubé As a kid I loved to play in water and as a teenager I loved to play in the rain. How to Draw the Reiki Symbols – Infographic.