Article by A. G. Billig
Do you remember a moment when a fly entered your room through the open window and started buzzing around the lamp? Such a small and powerless creature yet you wanted it out as soon as possible. It is the same with cold. Cold is probably the most common and harmless of the respiratory illnesses, but it can be as annoying as the intruding fly. No wonder we want it out of our body in no time.
Nothing is too much or too little for Reiki so why not use it to restore your taste and smell, and recover from a cold faster? All you have to do is set aside 30 minutes a day, ideally before you go to sleep.
The first step is to clean the energy in the room. You can use incense sticks and Reiki symbols such as Cho Ku Rei or invoke Archangel Michael. I recommend you also invoke Archangel Raphael and the beings of light to assist you in the healing process.
Then you can start working on the cold. Like any other condition in our physical body, even something as minor as cold shows a breach in the ethereal one. Therefore, it is important to clean and energize all your chakras.
Sit in a comfortable position, close your eyes, and imagine a ball of light way up above your head. A beam of golden light goes down through your head, down your spine, and infuses each chakra with its color: red, orange, yellow, green pink, blue, violet, and silvery white. Draw Cho Ku Rei, Sei He Ki and Dai Ko Myo on each chakra to clean, open, and energize them. Dwell on each chakra until it tells you that it’s perfectly clean and rotating in the right direction.
When all the chakras are balanced, begin the Reiki treatment. It will be more efficient because the symbols are already activated in your palms. There are four different positions you can use at the level of your head that can chase away cold.
- The first one is placing your palms in a parallel position, on each side of your nose, covering your face from the forehead to the upper jaw. This position fights fatigue and works on the sinuses.
- The second one is placing your palms over your temples. Your fingertips must touch the cheekbones. It is known for alleviating cold and headaches.
- In the third position, your palms are placed on your ears. There are dozens of acupuncture spots located in the ear hence this position is essential in healing all kinds of illnesses, including cold.
- The fourth position is placing your palms on the back of your head, your fingers on the soft side in its lower part. This position also has a relaxing effect.
Dwell on each of the four for as long as you feel necessary but not less than three minutes.
Finally, activate Chi Ka So in your palms and place them on your throat. Chi Ka So, a third level Reiki Usui symbol, is used exclusively on the Throat Chakra. It helps to eliminate shyness and increase creativity as well as heal problems at this level, including coughing and sore throat. Again, maintain as long as you feel it is necessary but not less than three minutes.
Last, but not least, allow yourself to heal. Take the time to perform the healing ritual. Make sure you get plenty of sleep and water. Eat light so that your body may use the energy to recover instead of digesting heavy meals. After the first healing sessions, you should feel better already. Depending on the severity of the cold and your experience with Reiki, you may need up to three days to get the cold out of your body.
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A. G. Billig is a Reiki Usui Master, author of the best seller “I CHOOSE LOVE!“, radio host, certified trainer, spiritual seeker, explorer of the human soul, traveller and dreamer. She practices also Karuna® Reiki, Angelic Healing, Info Reiki. A.G.Billig believes that love is your natural state of being. Love that rejuvenates and inspires you, that gives you strength and abilities to defeat obstacles. Since fear and love cannot coexist in one heart, her mission is to empower you to overcome your fears and attract the life you want. You can connect with her on: Twitter: @AGBillig, Facebook: A.G.Billig, Pinterest: AGBillig, Instagram: AG_Billig and A.G. Billig’s Author Website.