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Dai Ko Myo Explained

Dai Ko Myo - Power Symbol

The Dai Ko Myo in Usui Reiki is known as the “Master” symbol. It is one of the most powerful symbols in Reiki that can be used only by Reiki Masters. The power of the Reiki Master symbol combines the power of the first three symbols, Cho Ku Rei, Sei He Ki and Hon Sha […] Read more


A lot of people get angry when they see the Reiki symbols displayed on Facebook, on websites, probably even in books, on clothes, or jewels. It’s because they were taught that the symbols are secret and sacred, and it’s disrespectful to display them in public. Many Master Teachers are adepts of this line of thinking, […] Read more


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 […] Read more


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. And others still teach to draw it in one direction to increase the flow of energy, and […] Read more


Sei He Ki Explained

Reiki symbols are basically words from Japanese language that play an important role in Reiki practice. These symbols are used by advanced Reiki practitioners and can help in focusing or channeling the Reiki energies. The symbols can be activated either by visualizing them mentally, drawing the symbol with the palm of your hand, speaking the […] Read more

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