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Stone Name: Red Jasper
ASTROLOGICAL SIGN: Aries, Scorpio
CHAKRA: Root Chakra
MOHS HARDNESS: 7 Hardness
AFFIRMATION: I am open to all that is around me and all that is within me
NUMERICAL VIBRATION: 6
Meaning & Uses of Red Jasper
Red jasper is known as The "supreme nurturer," who maintains and supports during times of strain. It brings serenity and completeness during stressful periods. Jasper protects against negative energy while absorbing it, and it restores equilibrium in yin and yang. Red Jasper is an incredibly powerful and versatile healing stone. It has a strong connection to the earth, making it ideal for grounding and stability. Red Jasper also has a strong connection to the Root Chakra, making it excellent for promoting health and vitality.
Meaning & History of Reiki Set
Reiki is a Japanese alternative energy healing technique. It was discovered by Mikao Usui on Mount Kurama in the early 1920s after decades of obscurity. He spent 21 days on Mt Kurama praying and fasting, when Reiki descended upon him and he began to heal with his hands. The use of “reiju” or "attunement" distinguishes Usui's teachings from other hands-on healing approaches. This is to remind practitioners of their spiritual link with the "universal life energy." We are simply channels for universal healing energy, therefore it's not us that are curing. We're simply vessels for the energy to pass through.
There are many different forms of Reiki nowadays, but the idea is always the same: channel energy to heal, balance, align chakras, and create harmony. Some practitioners have found that using gemstones in their treatments produces stronger Reiki effects.
Simply perform the following steps to program a crystal and create a reiki stone:
Use Chakra Reiki Symbols:
1: Cho Ku Rei--Used primarily to boost the Reiki power, to connect with Reiki energy at the start of a session, and to seal the energy at the end of a treatment. Some practitioners use it on their own palms and chakras before treating others, to help clear the channels and empower their hands. It can clear negative energies and helps in spot treatment.
2: Sei He Ki--It is then drawn over the troubled area where the Reiki energies are required. The energies are sealed by drawing the power symbol again. This sustains the effect of Sei He Ki for a longer time. It can Improve memory power and Teaches us about the synchronization or harmony of things in nature.
3: Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen--There are many ways to send Reiki. A lot of practitioners learn one technique, which they then tweak and personalize it to suite their style. The steps below describe one such technique:
Activate the power symbol.
Write the name of the recipient or the situation you are sending energy to on a piece of paper and hold the paper in between your hands.
Draw Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen in the air above the paper and repeat its name three times.
Repeat the name of the recipient or the situation. Draw the power symbol.
Allow Reiki to flow to the recipient for the greatest and highest good.
Finish the Reiki session by either clapping your hands or shaking them vigorously in order to cut the connection. It can sending and receiving positive energy just anywhere and everywhere quickly and easily
4: Dai Ko Myo-- Draw the Reiki symbol on your own palms or hands and then visualize or redraw the symbol on the crown chakra and the palms or hands of the client and the area to be treated. It can develop and strengthen personal growth, self awareness, spiritual development and intuition
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