Good morning all!
At this stage in your Chikara-Reiki-Do development,’ it’s time to play with the symbols.
You’ve practiced using your Chikara-Reiki-Do energy and now you need to be more specific, more intentioned if you like.
So, for the next 6 weeks, just use one symbol a week.
Sleep with it under your pillow.
Find uses for it in every situation that you can.
See how it changes the subtle flow of your Chikara-Reiki-Do energy within you.
Notice which ones are becoming your favorite symbols to use.
The Power Symbol may be the one for you, but you may find that the Distance Symbol opens all the options up for you.
Personally, I love the Distance Symbol.
For I like to open all the doors and windows of opportunity in every situation 🙂
To work on all levels all at once – to pounce on a problem from every direction! 🙂
From all dimensions, as in past present and future…
Fix the lot all in one go, so to speak 🙂
I love the Distance Symbol because it opens me up exponentially too.
To me, it’s about acceptance and embracing the ALL of it.
The Power Symbol, to me, is like a shot in the arm.
It’s like a surge of energy.
I want it, and I want it now… POW!
Think it – and it’s there.
Great in emergencies and for immediate results. 🙂
Great in a ten minute, I’ve got a headache type healing but liable to give me burn out if used for a whole one-hour healing session.
So, start with the Power Symbol to get the ball rolling…
…and then use another, more empathic symbol – to heal – then close with the Power Symbol just to boost the client’s energy.
The Usui Master Symbol I use when I want to step into, and own, my power.
I use it to put ME there too.
My unique, individual Chikara-Reiki-Do signature energy 🙂
I find the Usui Master Symbol most personal, as it expresses ME.
I use it before meeting the public, when I may feel shy or awkward. (Yes, I know, but I do get like that too)…
When I need to feel my strength in a situation and when others need to feel my strength too.
It gives me grit, backbone, and determination.
It makes me feel positive, dynamic and capable.
It makes me feel happy and proud to be me.
It makes me feel in charge of my life. 🙂
The Tibetan Master Symbol, on the other hand, is for days when you don’t feel like that 🙁
It’s excellent at clearing the crap…
…especially on days when you seem to get stuck in it. 🙂
Nothing goes right, nobody loves you, nobody cares and you’re all alone in the world.
Not a soul understands you! 🙂
Well, that’s when the Tibetan Master Symbol works best.
It gets to the heart of the matter.
Love is all there is and the heart is where you FEEL your soul, and express it.
When this gets overshadowed by negative stuff, you need to blast it away with the Tibetan Master Symbol.
This energy is like chasing shadows.
It feels so heavy and real, so actual but mostly it’s exaggerated mind talk.
‘A bee in your bonnet’ or ‘a dog with a bone’ sort of thing…
Your inner fears and demons out to play havoc.
So blast them to high heaven with the Tibetan Master Symbol.
Bring in the blue skies and sunshine 🙂
Use this often festering, angry energy, to do something positive.
Take action… move.
Suddenly the whole energy turns positive again and you can see what the loving thing to do would be.
The Tibetan Master Symbol then is really good for conquering your fears.
You only really come out of two emotions – love or fear.
Fear blocks your love – simple.
The Tibetan Master Symbol clears your fears and frees your love.
The Mental/Emotional Symbol, for me, is to stop the swing from one end of the spectrum to the other.
It’s to bring balance. To find the middle way, the loving way.
You know the situations I mean.
It’s usually to do with your connection.
Your relationship with someone or something (which reminds you of your connectedness to someone).
He loves you or hates you.
You will or you won’t. 🙂
You can have it all or nothing…
It’s black or white.
When a simple Yes or No is loaded. 🙂
When you lose your connection on the outside it’s because you’ve lost your connection with yourself, on the inside.
Sometimes you swing inside and withdraw from contact.
Sometimes you reach out to people you normally wouldn’t connect with – and may regret when you wake up.
Either way, the Mental/Emotional Symbol will bring you back into balance.
With regular Reiki ‘treats’ on yourself, you’ll soon know when your pendulum is beginning to swing out too far, and you can rebalance before it gets out of control.
Now Raku, is like a full body massage. 🙂
It’s soothing, relaxing, replenishing.
Your chakra centers are fluctuating with energy all day long.
Pulling in and pushing out at the same time – pulsating. 🙂
When you share your energy and space with others it’s wonderful to relax and chill with the Raku Symbol.
It’ll harmonize the individual chakra fluctuations.
It’ll restore overall balance and harmony within the whole body.
These are how the symbols feel to me. 🙂
But most importantly, trust how they feel to YOU.
When you feel comfortable with the various sensations the symbols give you, then you’re ready to REALLY share your Chikara-Reiki-Do energy with someone else.
Don’t be afraid to practice on people.
There are no accidents. 🙂
Whatever will be, will be right for all concerned.
By sharing what you know you have at your fingertips, you’ll become more knowledgeable, confident, proficient and powerful.
You’ll become more grounded, as the energy settles and flows within you.
I’ve always said – Chikara-Reiki-Do makes you more of who you are and this brings with it a marvellous sense of serenity.
So have a POWERFUL Chikara-Reiki-Do weekend! 🙂