Article by João Antão Marques
This is a very simple Reiki technique consisting in the creation of a Bridge of Light connecting the sender to the receiver.
- Perform the Kenyoku.
- Draw HSZSN and SHK symbols and activate them.
- Express (and visualize) the intention that a Bridge of Light manifests, connecting you to someone or to a given place.
- Draw and activate the CKR.
- Send energy for 5 to 15 minutes, visualizing the bridge connecting you to the receiver.
This technique enables us to develop the capacity to focus ourselves in the Reiki energy and, at the same time, increases our perception as the interaction with the receiver is accentuated.
During a Reiki treatment, one of the most important things is to keep the client grounded. In order to ground the client, I generally visualize the client’s roots and guide them, either to the earth nucleus, where I anchor them or to a river deep inside the earth, where the roots discharge all the negative energy. Sometimes it’s hard to deploy the roots and, when that happens, I use a Bridge of Light to connect client’s roots to the nucleus and discharge therein the negative energy.
The Bridge of Light Technique can be used to treat a specific point of receiver’s needing treatment, as it pinpoints the specific point where you want to send the energy to.
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João Antão Marques, a retired chemical engineer, is an Usui Tibetan Reiki Master/teacher living in Lisbon, Portugal, with training in Jikiden Reiki, Karuna® Reiki and Seichim, Lotus Light Jewel, Tibetan Bowls Massage and Therapy of Past Lives. Works as a volunteer with elder people in a Daily Center of the Portuguese Red Cross and has also worked with drugs and alcohol addicted. Recently undertook a study of the effects of Reiki in people affected by Rheumatoid Arthritis. João can be reached by mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.