Several Shamanic traditions consider the Sun to be the first shaman, that is, the first healer of people. The Spiral Sun comes from the Anasazi’s petroglyphs as a symbol of healing.
Energy work is so fun and easy. It works with your intention. Close your eyes and imagine a bubble out in front of you, and let it represent your relationship space. It could be your relationship space in general, as in how you relate to all, or perhaps there is a specific relationship you would like to clear, your boss, partner, a friend, or an enemy!
See this bubble grounded and connected to the centre of Mother Earth with a cord, such as a tree trunk or waterfall. Allow any energies that get in the way of this relationship healing release down the grounding cord.
Has this space felt forced? Anxious? Irritated? Stagnant? Maybe it’s become too serious or there’s fear or judgment in it. Decide to let it all go. After a minute or so, start to decide how you would like this relationship to be, and fill the bubble up with these intentions and even qualities and colours!
Have some fun here and go to town! Perhaps you would like ease, clear communication and playfulness in this space. Perhaps you would like to feel certain of how you communicate in this space, and remember who you truly are. Would you like some peace or more honesty? It’s all up to you!
2. Cho Ku Rei
The Cho Ku Rei is a power symbol. Reiki Energy will flow without using it, however, when you use it, it is believed that the energy increases inside of you significantly. It is like changing a bulb in a lamp from 50 watts to 500 watts. Use this symbol at the beginning of a healing session, and at any other time that additional power is needed. This symbol is specifically for healing within the physical body.
Drink in the beauty of the day. Let it fill the empty spots inside, so that you carry peace with you everywhere you go. After a while it becomes a habit, and you realize you are creating heaven on earth.
Settle into the vibration of effortlessness. Close your eyes, focus on the thought of things being easy and maintaining a joyful flow, and then let the resulting feeling resonate throughout your body. See how much you actually end up getting done while you hold that energy in your space, and validate the outcome.
3. Sei He Ki
The Sei He Ki symbol is used for mental and also for emotional healing, protection, purification, clearing and balancing. This symbol goes to the heart of the disease, which can often be hidden in the subconscious mind (emotional body) and or the conscious mind (the mental body). When a human body manifests disease, it is often attempting to deliver a message that there is something in the body that needs attention and care. This mental and emotional healing symbol balances the right and left brain.
Many, if not most, people carry emotional scars traumas that can adversely affect your health and quality of life. Using techniques like energy psychology, you can correct the emotional short-circuiting that contributes to your chronic emotional pain. My favourite technique for this is the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), which is the most comprehensive and most popular version of energy psychology. EFT is a form of psychological acupressure based on the same energy meridians used in traditional acupuncture to treat physical and emotional ailments for over 5,000 years, but without the invasiveness of needles.
Instead, simple tapping with the fingertips is used to transfer kinetic energy onto specific meridians on your head and chest while you think about your specific problem whether it is a traumatic event, an addiction, pain, anxiety, etc. and voice positive affirmations.
This combination of tapping the energy meridians and voicing positive affirmation works to clear the “short-circuit” the emotional block from your body’s bio energy system, thus restoring your mind and body’s balance, which is essential for optimal health and the healing of physical disease. The beauty about EFT is that it can reprogram your body’s reactions to the unavoidable stressors of everyday life, thereby providing a more lasting effect.
4. Eye of Horus
An ancient Egyptian symbol associated with the occult, used in modern witchcraft for wisdom, prosperity, spiritual protection, good health, and to increase clairvoyant powers, protect against thieves, and the evil eye.
The repute of the third eye lies far beyond its physical properties and becomes transcendent in its spiritual implications.
Developing the third eye is the doorway to all things psychic telepathy, clairvoyance, lucid dreaming and astral projection. It’s the quiet space within where we can touch God. The illusion of separation dissolves when we learn to master the far-reaching tools of the pineal gland. Because it’s inside the brain but outside the mind, a paradox is formed, creating a loophole to escape the contradiction of this reality. The Egyptians taught that when we can contain this paradox, freedom is achieved.
One who has never used a hammer before may encounter many bruised thumbs before they can safely drive a nail. The person who exercises intensely usually feels sore and stiff the next day. Learning to balance the influence of the Third Eye is no different, but it can be difficult when the Eye opens on its own without warning. There are ways to learn how to maintain a healthy balance through careful exercise and meditation. Ideally, one would open their Third Eye deliberately and careful if it were to be open at all. In those cases of accidental openings, relief for the associated symptoms may be found through holistic processes taught by skilled practitioners around the world. Activities like Qi-Qong from China or Raja Yoga from India are examples of things a person might do to help manage their new found sixth sense.
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Taken from the internet – original source – Davoicee.com