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Don’t be Sympathetic! Be Empathetic!

What happens, if we get contaminated, when we heal others?

Even if you do flower remedies these types of problem may afflict you. For that matter, we are affected even if you practise Homeopathy. However what do we do in Homeopathy or Flower Remedies? We shouldn’t get any problem as we are not healing as the flowers and the homeopathic pills do the healing.

Even then if it happens then it means we are sympathising with our patients. The Bach Flower Remedy Walnut breaks this unwanted link between you and the patient.

In general, we are getting involved with the patient and are anxious to correct their problem(s). Remember, we are only giving remedies. We shouldn’t worry whether it is working or not. For the same reason, we shouldn’t expect why they haven’t informed us on what’s happening to them.

Irrespective of knowing all these, sometimes we do get involved. If you think you may be influenced by their state of mind, then take the Bach Flower Remedies Centaury and Walnut.

We don’t have to put a white light shield, as some energy practices suggest. We are always shielded. What happens is that when we hear somebody’s cries, we get involved. In this type of situation, Bach Flower Remedy Red Chestnut also would help.

The universal energy clears and cleanses all unwanted and unseen energies, from the source of the healing place. It’s the Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen symbol!

Significance of Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen Symbol

Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen is the mantra given by Usui and not a Reiki symbol. Even though it is a Japanese script, it is very important.

Even though it’s used only as a connecting symbol, it has a powerful meaning behind it. Its meaning is, “I am in the right direction – I am silent to know my true nature which is shining like a light and that is Divine”.

“Be in the Present”. That is what our master Usui says. Then only you will know your true nature and eventually you will know the power of Reiki.

When you draw Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen, you will be connected to divinity. When you do it, you are connected to divinity. It doesn’t do anything else except for this connection to divinity.

Whenever there is a problem, if it is chronic, and comes again and again, say, like vertigo, then you should draw Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen symbol, to release it. Draw it over the affected part. What is the significance of this? By doing it, we are connecting the part to divinity, and place it at the feet of divinity.  Then that part is connected to source of Reiki.  After doing that connection, affirm to higher self to continue to do the healing. So the healing will continue even without the need of your presence

What other healing powers it has?

Whatever healing we do for others, there is a possibility that we will get contaminated to an extent. If my patient has a stomach ache, then I get stomach ache too. When you do deeper healing, then you might get something of the problem or disease.

That doesn’t mean we should be afraid. Fear should not be there while one does the healing. We heal and we should know how to release the possible contamination. We should equip ourselves to handle any contamination. We should not stop healing. That’s why I say that with awareness, we should do it. Otherwise, other person’s unwanted energy will come to your aura.

Whether an object is animate or inanimate, it has consciousness. The black or unwanted released energy will be happy to come to you, the healer. All the dark particles want light. Therefore, they travel to you, the Reiki healer thinking, “This (you the Reiki healer) is a better place where there is more light and love. We have found place here. Let us stay here”.

If the released energy comes to you and when you undergo or experience the same or similar problem, tell them, “There is a better place, where there is more light and love. I will show you the path. This is the way to go”. Then you draw the Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen symbol, to show the direction to Reiki Source. You also become silent this way. Therefore, it goes away to get transmuted to light and love.

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