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Reiki being one of the easiest and most frequently adaptable practices is growing worldwide, people are gradually getting more inclined towards it. Reiki being a wonderful technique leaves everyone mesmerized and baffled with its after effects as it has a huge impact and influences people to the core of their hearts.

Reiki symbols in Delhi are kept secret as they are considered holy from ancient times, this is the traditional Reiki method as considered by many Reiki masters. The masters believe that the symbols should not be available to all and should be only with those who have successfully completed Reiki 2 level; but today most of the symbols have already been revealed in the internet and a number of books on Reiki. Following are some of the symbols:

There reiki symbols have different meanings pertaining to various phases of lives; some specify personal relationships while others go for power. A number of Reiki symbols are available which students come to know gradually with every increment in their degree. It’s also important to mention that before a Reiki initiation the use of these symbols is negligible; implies it’s meaningless for a novice.

Symbols leading to power:

The Reiki symbols are like keys to doors leading to intellectual and higher minds, it gives the students extra power. Every different symbol has a different utility, it connects the person with the universal energy and helps him go deeper into it.

Symbols in traditional Reiki:

Many people now introduce new symbols during their initiations i.e. symbols aren’t fixed in number- everyone has the freedom to introduce their symbols once they will get started with this whole concept of Reiki. On the other hand, three Reiki symbols were given in the traditional Reiki during the Reiki 2 initiation. They are:

  • The Power symbol (Choku Rei),
  • The Mental/Emotional symbol (Sei He Ki)
  • The Distance symbol (Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen)

These three are the very basic symbols in Reiki from which other Reiki Symbols came up, these are the roots of the tree which is now just growing rapidly and has never looked back since it was originated.


The Reiki Symbols of this practice are based on the Japanese writing system Kanji and it’s mandatory to draw and visualize the symbols in a way they were in the initiation classes of this practice. Having said that, there can be a few changes in the making of the symbols by the students of various masters as it is not necessary for every master to copy the exact same symbol while teaching his class the initial lessons; but this is not at all a problem because no ideal method to draw the symbols exist.

The main motive of Reiki is to provide people with peace and it is on its way since long helping millions of people achieve their dreams.

Reiki Level One

Reiki Level – I is for those new to Reiki, wishing to heal oneself in a new and profound ways; and/or help friends and family improve their health & wellness. Shoden is the Japanese word for 'first teaching' as this is the first step one takes in the ongoing journey toward self-realization through Reiki.

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Reiki Grandmaster

Reiki Grandmaster Level (Shihan) is only for the people who wish to further develop themselves into a Reiki Master. Here, they will have access to all the Reiki Master symbols and are allowed to perform attunement process on others.

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reiki history in delhi

Reiki is believed to have begun in Tibet several thousand years ago. Seers in the Orient studied energies and developed a system of sounds   and symbols for universal healing energies. Various healing systems,   which crossed many different cultures, emerged from this single root   system. 

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