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The Ultimate Guide to REIKI

The Reiki symbols have traditionally been kept secret. While secrecy is a way of honoring their sacredness, there are also metaphysical reasons for this. There is power in secrecy and this is also a way of maintaining a sacred

connection with the symbols. Since the symbols have no real power without the attunement, it is better that they be kept secret until the class. In addition, if a person is show a Reiki symbol without the benefit of the attunement th empowers it, they may incorrectly believe they have Reik and not bother to take a class, thus missing the real experience of Reiki and losing the benefit of its healing power. While it is true that the symbols have been printed in some books, this does not effect the value that comes from an individual not showing the symbols they ha received from their Reiki teacher to others. The value of sacredness will remain for anyone who continues to not show them to those who do not have the level of Reiki where those symbols are taught.

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Many have noticed differences in the way the symbols ar drawn when compared to the symbols from other Reiki Masters. These differences are the

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reasons. First, it is known that Mrs. Takata did not always ared

draw the symbols exactly the same for every student she taught. After her transition, there was a meeting of the Reiki Masters she initiated. At the meeting they comp their symbols. The Power symbols of all the Masters present were basically the same. The Mental/Emotional symbols of the Masters had some slight differences. However, the Distant symbols were quite different - especially with the strokes at the bottom. They did not compare their Master symbols. So, even at this early date there were differences which apparently came from M Takata. Perhaps she deliberately drew them differentl give a little distinction for each student or perhaps at oth times, because of age or from having taught for over 30 years, she accidently drew them with some differences. Also, there are different ways to draw the Japanese kanji figures and in fact, Mrs. Takata did have two ways she drew the Master symbol. One way was more of a flowing style, called "running hand" which is like handwriting w the main difference at the bottom part of the symbol. The

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By: K. Niranjan Kumar Reddy

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