Reiki symbols are Sanskrit-derived Japanese forms. The Vedas say that Sanskrit is the language of the spirit world. During a Reiki attunement, an imprinting takes place that links the student to the symbol and the metaphysical energies the symbol represents. The Reiki attunement actually plugs the student into part of a collective consciousness of people bringing in energy to heal through those symbols. That is their their intended purpose. As a Reiki Master Teacher, I respect the Reiki symbols as sacred healing symbols which enhance the flow of healing energy. They act like keys that open doors to higher levels of awareness and manifestation. But they are not the doors, nor are they the source.
However, the symbols do carry their own consciousness, and it is born from loving intention nurtured and strengthened through the ages by Masters of many traditions, including Reiki.
So in the practice of Reiki, the symbols act as triggers, and they are useful because they help train the mind in such a way as to instantly trigger the flow in a reflexive, and multi-dimensional way. This way, instead of having to focus on ritual or shifting, the tracing of the symbol can get the energy flowing instantly while I turn my attention to something else, like my client's words or breath patterns.
Ancient peoples believed that all sacred art, created in ritual, trance, or meditation had great power and helped create change and healing because it was inspired by Spirit. (In SPIRIT ation!) There are many modern day Shamans, like myself, channeling symbols and geometries with the goal to help heal humanity, and the earth, with healing art.
Each healing artist plugs into part of a collective consciousness of people bringing in art to heal, becoming part of the oneness consciousness that is being born. Through these symbols and forms we all join, share our visions, pray as one, and find others who search for the dream of oneness as we do.
Through the sharing of this art and the consciousness that surrounds the earth, we become one consciousness. As I bring in images of high vibrational essences, and manifest them in the outer world in the form of T shirts or totebags, or manifestation grids, I am contributing to the healing force to restore the earth and its inhabitants to harmony. It is my prayer that this art finds others who are having the same dream, of peace and love, and hope, and that anyone who needs to be healed will also find these images. I know that making art with intention to heal, heals.Neurophysiologists understand that art, prayer, and healing all come from the same source in the body, that they all are associated with similar brain wave patterns, mind body changes, and they all are deeply connected in feeling and meaning. Art, prayer, and healing all take us into our inner world, the world of imagery and emotion, of visions and feelings, of creativity and creation. The vibrational signature of art that is created to optimize and balance energies recalibrates those energies in the mind, body and spirit. Making art with the intention to restore, restores.
Let's love one another! I share with you this symbol of healing, a vibrational signature that carries unconditional love. Dolphins are keepers of light upon Earth, living fully immersed in oneness consciousness. The blue lotus bud awaits the dolphin transmissions of love to be fully anchored in the consciousness of mankind. According to legend, when human beings become spiritually wise the blue lotus shall bloom. Oneness. Love. May we be blessed!
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