Reiki symbols are brilliantly equipped to rebalance the three basic properties of energy (chi) in a person’s body. And as a Reiki master trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), I have come across hundreds of cases where people suffering major chi imbalances have shown clear improvement after the use of Reiki symbols.
The three basic properties of bodily energy according to TCM are:
- The overall quantity of energy (chi) in a person’s body.
- The quality or nature of energy in their body.
- The flow or movement of energy throughout their body.
If those three properties of energy are close to being ideal, the person concerned will most likely enjoy very good health. If those three properties are significantly deficient or out of balance, the person will most probably experience troublesome symptoms or even chronic disease.
But how can a Reiki practitioner assess those properties of bodily energy? And how can Reiki symbols rebalance them?
The answer is: Easily and effectively!
A Reiki practitioner can predict when a person is Chi deficient, as they will usually present with some of the following symptoms:
- General fatigue, brain fog throughout the day or emotional exhaustion.
- Insomnia and/or trouble waking up in the morning.
- Shortness of breath, or a tendency to not want to communicate.
- Spontaneous sweating, cold feet and hands.
- Poor digestion, with little to no appetite or a swollen tongue.
- Frequent urination or chronic loose stool.
- Weak immune system.
- Anxiety, palpitations.
There may be a variety of factors underlying the symptoms listed above (some serious and requiring medical intervention), but Reiki is a non-invasive, natural way of nourishing and rebalancing the body and mind with no danger of harmful side-effects.
The Reiki symbol combination which benefits a chi deficiency is Dai Ko Myo + Cho Ku Rei + Silver Violet Flame. Firstly, Dai Ko Myo: the activator of positive energy, having the highest vibration among all Reiki symbols, followed by Cho Ku Rei: the symbol supplying a powerful stream of universal energy wherever it is needed.
What better way to increase bodily energy than by invoking the Brightest Shining Light (Dai Ko Myo) and placing all the power of the universe here, now (Cho Ku Rei)?
The addition of Silver Violet Flame, a higher-frequency spiritual energy, opens the receiver up to an expansive wisdom shared by all mankind, and transmutes negative energy by acting as a spiritual antiseptic.
Determining the quality of a person’s bodily chi is not as straightforward as assessing the quantity. But a Reiki practitioner can still suspect a quality imbalance if a person presents with any of the following symptoms:
- Dizziness, migraines.
- High blood pressure.
- Muscle spasming.
- Flushing of the skin, low-grade fever.
- Edema, puffy face.
- Diarrhea, gallstones or kidney stones.
- Dry or cracked skin, reduced urination.
- Ulcers, excess inflammation.
- Poor circulation.
Keeping in mind that a person showing these symptoms may require medical intervention, the Reiki symbol combination which balances chi quality is Dai Ko Myo + Cho Ku Rei + Sei He Ki. Firstly, Dai Ko Myo: the activator of positive energy, then Cho Ku Rei: the power symbol which boosts the healing process and strengthens the effects of other symbols, followed by Sei He Ki which serves to rectify excesses, addictions, imbalances, or any other harmful behavioral pattern.
Insufficient flow of energy throughout a person’s body can produce symptoms such as:
- Breathlessness, panting, or a smothering sensation in the chest.
- Distension or pain in the abdomen, lack of appetite, sour regurgitation.
- Irritability, depression.
- Disorders of menstruation and lower-abdominal pain.
- Feeling of bodily heaviness, aching limbs.
- Muscular stiffness or tingling sensations.
The Reiki symbol combination which benefits either a chronic or acute reduction in chi flow is Dai Ko Myo + Cho Ku Rei + Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen. Firstly, Dai Ko Myo: the Brightest Shining Light, then Cho Ku Rei: the power symbol, followed by Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen, which when combined with focused creative visualization allows a Reiki practitioner to connect the receiver to a limitless stream of environmental energy, such as saltwater-filled oceans; the sky above us, ceaselessly moving according to the nature of the Dao; or flowing mountain streams with gentle, never-ending currents.
If the creative visualization described above is achieved successfully via the distance symbol, the receiver will experience a powerful flow of energy that will assist in achieving optimal health.
In summary, some chi irregularities in the body may require allopathic intervention (as mentioned earlier). But the use of Reiki symbols will always have a positive effect on the receiver – always! And that applies to each and every Reiki session.
Reiki energy always knows what is necessary to enhance a receiver’s health. And by using the Reiki symbols and creative visualization suggested in this article, boosting the quantity, quality and flow of universal energy occurs effortlessly.
Article by Ross Dadds
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Ross Dadds has been teaching Reiki and providing therapies for fifteen years. Coming from a biological science and education background, Ross gravitated toward the healing arts, particularly Chinese Medicine and Reiki, and has since completed 22,000 treatments using Reiki, acupuncture, creative visualization and soft-tissue bodywork.
Ross has two key passions: firstly, holistically unlocking the underlying cause of disfunction and disease; and secondly, demystifying the true nature of universal energy, including helping people to understand that there is only One Source Energy, regardless of what terminology we may use to describe it, or what cultural or educational lens we observe it through.
To help achieve those two goals, Ross is publishing a series of fictional novels (based on Reiki facts) mid-2023, entitled “The Distance Symbol” and “The Violet Crown” – narratives which would best be described as the “Da Vinci Code” of Reiki practices.
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