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Reiki

idiograma da palavra Reiki
Word ideogram Reiki

Word ideogram Reiki

Reiki

A man traveled with one of his disciples who was in charge of tending the camel. At night, tired, the disciple did not tie the camel, prayed to God to take care of the animal and fell asleep. By morning the camel had disappeared. Argued by the master of the whereabouts of the camel the disciple said to have followed his recommendations, trusting in God when delegating to him the guard of the animal.

The master then replied: “Trust in God, but tie your camel. God has no other hands than yours.


Reiki

Reiki is a powerful natural healing system that transfers vital, harmonic and essential energy from the Universe to every living being.

It is believed to have originated in Tibet thousands of years ago. Reiki is the “life force”, the force that keeps us alive. When Reiki energy does not flow, our physical bodies cease to exist. Civilizations and cultures, in their era and custom, have proper names for this energy: prana, mana, chi and spirit, Ka, Pneuma, Nefesh, Luz, among others, are some examples. Reiki energy helps heal all living creatures on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. The Reiki master and the Reikian are channels for this energy. When a person is initiated, it becomes a channel of Reiki energy, which will enter through your Coronary Chakra, through the Heart Chakra, and flow through your hands. He will maintain this ability for life. The energy of Reiki is intelligent and precise. Reiki works independently of your opinion, it is a life force that comes from its source no matter what we call it.


Meaning

The ideogram above is formed by two words: ‘King’ and ‘ki’. ‘King’ is the Universal Wisdom, the First Source, God, the Creator, the One Who Is, the Flame, the Buddha, Christ, Brahman, the Natural Order, the Top, Tupã, the Cosmic or Universal Energy. ‘Ki’ means Vital Energy.


Spiritual Principles of Reiki

  • Precisely today, do not worry
  • Earn your daily bread honestly
  • Show gratitude to all that is alive
  • Precisely today, do not you worry
  • Honor thy father, master and elderly.

Reiki symbols

In the early days these symbols were transfered orally and were kept a secret by the initiated. For various reasons there have been changes in some of them and thus variations can be found.


Cho Ku Rei

Is the name of the Usui symbol of power increase. The name of the symbol of power means: “Put all power in the universe here.”

yantra mantra mudra
Cho Ku Rei

Cho Ku Rei

– Cho-Ku-Rei

– Cho-Ku-Rei

– Cho-Ku-Rei

 Draw the yantra with fingers joined by the digital pulp and freehand in space and touch it with the hands in the form of a shell three times to the intonation of the mantra and apply it with the hands in shell.

Sei He Ki

Is the name of the Usui mental / emotional / protection / purification symbol.

yantra mantra mudra
Sei He Ki

Sei He Ki

– Sei-He-Ki

– Sei-He-Ki

– Sei-He-Ki

Draw the yantra with fingers joined by the digital pulp and freehand in space and touch it with the hands in the form of a shell three times to the intonation of the mantra and apply it with the hands in shell.

Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

Is the name of the symbol that eliminates physical or temporal distance.

yantra mantra mudra
Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

– Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

– Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

– Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

Draw the yantra with fingers joined by the digital pulp and freehand in space and touch it with the hands in the form of a shell three times to the intonation of the mantra and apply it with the hands in shell.

Dai Koo Myo

Is the name of the master Usui symbol. This symbol has many translations, but in the “Encyclopaedia of Philosophy and Eastern Religion” is translated like: “house of the intense resplendent light treasure”.

yantra mantra mudra
 Dai Koo Myo
Dai Koo Myo
– Dai Koo Myo

– Dai Koo Myo

– Dai Koo Myo

Draw the yantra with fingers joined by the digital pulp and freehand in space and touch it with the hands in the form of a shell three times to the intonation of the mantra and apply it with the hands in shell.

Dai Ko Myo

Is the name of the Tibetan master symbol.

yantra mantra mudra
Dai Ko Myo

Dai Ko Myo

– Dai Ko Myo

– Dai Ko Myo

– Dai Ko Myo

Draw the yantra with fingers joined by the digital pulp and freehand in space and touch it with the hands in the form of a shell three times to the intonation of the mantra and apply it with the hands in shell.

 

Eduardo Stefanelli

Engenheiro por profissão, professor por vocação

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