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Sei Hei Ki: Get to Know It, Practice Using It

Learning the symbols and committing them to memory isn’t always straightforward. Some are complicated and it can be confusing remembering what symbol does what. Sei Hei Ki is a high vibrational symbol that works on releasing the mental and emotional blocks that inhibit our energy flow. This symbol means ‘the earth and sky meet’ or […] Read more

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Cho Ku Rei: Get To Know It, Practice Using It

Also called ‘The Power Symbol’, Cho Ku Rei is one of the first symbols taught in Reiki and is used to finely tune and amplify the Reiki energy. It translates (roughly) to “Placing all the powers of the universe here”. It looks a little like an antenna and coil – the antenna to pick up […] Read more

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Using the Symbols In Our Daily Lives

I recently taught a Reiki Level 2 class and in that class we spent the afternoon in practice. One of the practices I like to teach is how to use the symbols in our daily life. I teach them how to send Reiki to the past, the present, and the future. I think it’s so […] Read more

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Meditation Exercise with the Energy of the Symbols

This is an exercise of meditation and connection with the energy of Reiki symbols to use the symbol that gives you the most appropriate vibration for your energy state of the day. This means that we are going to meditate briefly and ask ourselves, How am I today? Find a quiet place to work on […] Read more

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Healing Methods with Cho Ku Rei Symbol

The power symbol, Cho Ku Rei, is used to increase or decrease power (depending on the direction in which it is drawn) and represents the ability to illuminate or enlighten spiritually. The horizontal line represents the source of Reiki while the vertical one symbolizes the energy flow. The spiral reaches the middle line seven times […] Read more

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