Karma and Reiki. Karma is all about what goes around comes around, or you reap what you sow. Both imply that if you do good thigs, good things will come to you.
Karma operates through the law of cause and effect, action and reaction, it governs all life and binds the atman the Self, to the wheel of birth and death.
The process of action and reaction on all levels — physical, mental and spiritual – is karma. God does not give us karma. We create our own. Karma is not fate; humans are believed to act with free will creating their own destinies according to the Vedas, a large body of religious texts originating in ancient India.
If an individual sows’ goodness, he or she will reap goodness; if one sows evil, he or she will reap evil. Karma refers to the totality of mankind’s actions and their associated reactions in current and previous lives, all of which determine the future. However, many karmas do not have an immediate effect; some accumulate and return unexpectedly in an individual’s later lives. The conquest of karma is believed to lie in intelligent action and dispassionate reaction.
As we move through many different lives, we also collect baggage, energies we carry form life to life. Some of these may be called Karmic debris, things that have an effect in this life that result from something in previous lives. Karmic diseases are often referred to as spiritual diseases for they are manifested only on a non-material-spiritual (simply Energy) level and materialistic methods cannot identify, describe or eliminate them.
Cleansing our Karma with Reiki is a gentle form of Reiki, and it is deeply personal to you.
The Reiki symbols to be used during the session where you heal the Karmic Fragments. Will depend on what you are attuned to.
Chu Ku Rei, the power symbol will be used to add extra energy and force to the other symbols you will use. If you are attuned at level II, Hunshazishuneen, the distance symbol will be used to help cross any spiritual distances the healing session may need to cross. Sei He Ki is used for mental energy and healing and accessing the subconscious and calming the mind and emotions.
To perform the healing session, you need to be clear in your mind what is not working. Trauma and injury in a past life, can lead to illnesses and inability to perform in the present life. For example, a limp may be medically explained as a problem with development of muscles, tendons, and joints. But the real course can be further back in a past life. The healing session may not be able to repair the damage, but it can make it easier. A negative relationship from the past can lead to imperfect relationships in this life, or, a type of relationship that is a “payback” for a previous life with an unsatisfactory relationship.
Focus on the issue and apply Chu Ku Rei to your thoughts and intention to repair the karmic debt which is making life difficult in this life. Draw it in the air in front of you.
Apply Hunshazishuneen to your intentions allows the energy to traverse across time between now and then the cause happened. Draw it in the air in front of you.
Use Sei He Ki to quieten and stabilise your thoughts and help keep your intentions focused. If you feel emptions rising up in you as a result of your efforts repeat Sei He Ki to help stabilise and quieten your mind and feelings. If you start to cry or have an outburst during the session, allow it to happen and let it pass. Do not try and stifle it. Draw it in the air in front of you.
At the end of the session, again, focus on the end of the issue and apply Chu Ku Rei to your thoughts and intention to complete repair of the karmic debt which is making life difficult in this life. Draw it in the air in front of you.
Sit quietly and think about what has happened. Think of your intentions and the future you want for yourself without the Karmic Debit.
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