In the early nineties, I had the great experience of working and training with two powerful Reiki practitioners in Albuquerque, NM. After several years of interaction, training, and practice, I began to use these healing skills to assist others in shifting the unseen fields around them, as well as their cognitive habits that interfered with their growth. This training deeply informed my natural Medical Intuitive ability. It gave form and structure to the information that I had received and intuited since beginning my therapy practice, and allowed me a process to share this information more effectively.
This was the beginning of a long journey of developing myself as the vehicle for change, so that not only did I have access to my words, cognitive headstands, care, mindfulness, compassion, and stillness, I also had access to healing via energy exchange with my hands.
Long before I had read a book called Joy’s Way (W. Brugh Joy, MD, 1979). I knew that what he described in his book, was what happened in therapy with my clients and patients. I could feel other’s pain, or emotional energy, negative or positive; I was affected by the energy of spaces; and I had strong time-space continuum experiences of previous lives with the people with whom I came into contact. I noticed if I asked, an answer would come – a knowing. I could see problems in spaces by simply asking to see the space and look for negative energy. I learned later this was called remote viewing and remote clearing; and that my knowing was like channeling, or a form of clairvoyance. But for me it was simply natural, like breathing. Actually for a long time it was more trouble than helpful, because I knew things about others that they didn’t precisely know themselves. It created lots of trouble in personal relationships, as you might imagine. And because I could feel other’s pain, I felt a lot of pain in me. It took some time to discern what was me and what was other.
He discussed how he saw, felt the power energy centers in the hands, and feet, splenic area, knees, elbows and hips, as well as the chakras in the multidimensional field of his patients. This was a way in which he could assist them in their healing.
(This was not his image, but offers information about the energy fields).
I used the long distance technique solely until I received my Doctor of Oriental Medicine License in 2005. And today I continue to find the long distance technique as most supportive and healing as it allows individuals to have access to the healing energy at any time.
This has made me into a lovely healing channel for those who find their way into my office. You can read about my experience finding my husband’s cancer in a previous blog, https://instinctivehealthmedicine.com/2010/05/26/instinctive-knowing/ on this site or my book Turning NO to ON: The Art of Parenting with Mindfulness book (2011)
I found the Reiki symbols were very helpful at increasing my sensibilities and focusing my compassion and care with the elevation of Universal Love. And I found the principles as profoundly valuable:
In 1995 Diane Stein wrote a book called Essential Reiki in which she printed the powerful Reiki symbols. Previously these symbols were only received at attunements, after study and practice with a Reiki practitioner. It was a big deal among practitioners that she chose to do this. I felt it was a great opportunity for many more people to be inspired by the power of healing their etheric, emotional, and cognitive fields allowing for a new alignment with spirit.
Since that time I have used the symbols to help others increase their connection to Universal Love. Reiki energy is pure healing energy, it connects to Universal Love. It cannot be used for something negative; this is to say one cannot use the symbols to increase their power to do something harmful.
I use the symbols to protect my daughter as she leaves for school, or when she is away from me. It allows her to be surrounded by positive energy and assists her to remain mindful, connected to source. I did this for Max when he was younger and I feel it helped him through many difficult times.
Here are the symbols: The top symbol is called ‘cho ku rei‘. It is the Power symbol in that it empowers the person and it empowers the other symbols. The next one pictured is called ‘sei he ki’. It assists in clearing emotional trauma or incorrect thinking. You can use this symbol in conjunction with a positive mantra, like I am loved, and then follow that statement with the power symbol. The third symbol is called the ‘hon sha ze sho nen’ and it is the tree of life symbol it connects heaven and earth, it is used for long distance healing and to assist in proper alignment to the person and the chakra system.
To use the symbols they are drawn either in the air or on paper from left to right and top to bottom, then the name is stated three times (in your head or out loud). The you may say the mantra three times and then draw the power symbol to empower the mantra and symbols. With the tree of life symbol again it is drawn left to right then top to bottom, like a painting, the name is i=said three times and then the power symbol is drawn. The power symbol is drawn from right to left then down and around clockwise to increase power or turn on the light switch. (Diane Stein offers information in her book about the power of clockwise and counterclockwise drawing of the power symbol.)
I encourage you to use these for yourself. At first, to understand, and increase, your understanding of how they assist you before using them with others.
One of the best ways to assist you in elevating your consciousness is to choose to follow one of the Reiki principles above, by saying for example, “just for today … and then complete with one of the principles above like…. “Just for today, I will not anger”.
Witness yourself as you go through your day. By choosing to not anger, you may find more opportunities to practice than normally…and you may also see new avenues for dealing with conflict, disagreements and interpreted injuries, so that you have the opportunity to see anger as an alarm that a boundary has been crossed, https://instinctivehealthmedicine.com/2010/01/20/befriending-anger-to-increase-happiness/ or that you are caught in a habit reaction patterning https://instinctivehealthmedicine.com/2012/09/09/anxiety-and-the-development-of-ineffective-habit-reactions/ allowing you to shift your perspective, use your mindfulness, elevate your consciousness, and experience increased compassion, understanding and healing.
You may experience a new Alignment within you, around you and between you and source. in love and light, bg
Find out more in my new book,Instinctive Health Medicine, Finding Your Path to Grace, due out in July 2016.
Check out these videos on Krqe.com in April 2014 and November 2014
You can find out more at http://www.bethgineris.com. Beth’s upcoming book, 6 steps to transcending conflict and elevating consciousness, due out in 2015 offers special techniques for releasing unresolved injuries…and the elevation of consciousness.
You may participate in seminars to learn these techniques through the bethgineris.com. Beth’s groundbreaking book Turning Me to WE: The Art of Partnering with Mindfulness(2013), has some great tools about Temperament style and your personal style of partnering, as well as the insecurity Drivers MAAPS. Discover how your worldview works to your benefit or detriment, and whether you have an attachment that is creating problems in your relationships. MAAPS will help you to discern your insecurities and understand how and what underlies how you developed your insecurity driver (Money, Achievement, Attachment, Power, Structure).
You can find ways to simply connect to yourself in a loving forgiving way through theTurning No to ON: The Art of Parenting with Mindfulness Book (2011). If you want to change your life, see how you can bring mindfulness to your parenting and relationships.
Aligning with your true path, your true self in your multidimensional self allows for healing.