Seichem Symbols.


Where in Reiki you have a single CHO KU REI, in Seichem you have two CHO KU REI’s in two separate versions the Inward and the Outward CHO KU REI’s.
There are very particular (and entirely different ways ) of drawing the symbols from how you  do so in Reiki. As you know, the CHO KU REI is the power symbol, and used not only on it’s own, but also behind other symbols, to empower them further.
It is particularly useful to increase the strength and flow of energy in healing. It can also be very beneficial to put this symbol into each of your chakra’s and into your palms before a healing session, you can also draw this symbol over the whole of your body for protection.



Seichem Harth

This symbol stands for Love, Truth, Beauty, Harmony and Balance. It is a symbol for the Heart, as well as from the Heart from which the healing and love flow.
After drawing this symbol and energizing it with the CHO KU REI’s, close your eyes and  you may see a 3-dimensional pyramid constructed to scale rotating in front of you.
Envisioning ourselves going into a pyramid in meditation can be a very powerful experience. You can also see yourself going into the HARTH (or any of the other symbols during meditation).

Seichem Violet Flame.

Many healing systems in corporate the use of the Violet Flame. Buddha was the originator of the Violet Flame before it was passed on to Master St Germaine.
The Violet Flame is the activity of Divine Love which consumes or transmutes all that is less then perfect. It is an action of mercy and compassion. It can transmute negative energy, and you can use it in this way in a healing session.


Seichem SEI- HE- KE

Mental emotional symbol.
Sei-he-ki is a symbol that we can use for emotional  healing, it can also be used for purification, protection and clearing. Most of the physical manifestations of pain and dis-ease can be linked to the emotions. It is here in the emotional body that lots of painful memories are held, and unless we can begin to release them a physical symptom will begin to manifest itself.

The sei-he-ki is then a very useful tool that we can use for ourselves and for others to help to start to clear the root cause of a problem. It can help us to grow and to let go of things that are holding us back if we are ready.
Personal growth is really a letting go of the things that we no longer need, and making a space in our lives for more light to flow in.

The sei-he-ki can also be used for protection and clearing. I personally use this symbol for cleaning crystals, and it can be used to cleanse, purify and protect any thing that you wish. You can use it on your pets, jewellery, Food, water, your home, your car, the only limitations are up to you.
To use the sei-he-ki symbol we first draw the chu-ku-rei symbol to connect us with the source of the REIKI energy and then draw the sei-he-ki over that that we wish to use the energies upon. The sei-he-ki symbol can be used to clear negative thought patterns and emotions. It can also help you to release addictive behaviour.

Seichem Mara

This is the symbol for the Earth, and it connects us to the blue electromagnetic energy within the earth. It is also a symbol for abundance and grounding, and of course it can be energized with the CHO KU REI’s and sent to a chequebook, bank account, appointment calender, diary etc. It can be used in combination with the other symbols to help ground the healing energies.
It is particularly good for individuals who have no Earth in their astrology charts.
In Seichem, it is the symbol that is used to initiate the soles of the feet. This increases the flow of blue electromagnetic energy into the healer, and also allows misqualified energy to flow out of the recipient and down to the central fire for transformation.




Seichem Dai Koo Mio

This is the key to unlock the full potential of the Seichem / Reiki system. Each of the rays found in the sutras has its own Dai Koo Mio or key. Mrs Takata actually gave out two different versions of the Dai Koo Mio for Reiki. The other, more widely used  version in the Usui Reiki tradition has the same strokes and is drawn in less of a linear manner to this one. This version is the more powerful of the two. It is more like the Dai Koo Mio’s used by the Great White Brotherhood for Sakara and Celestial  Starfire,( the other name for Sophi-El). This symbol is for use only into Reiki and  Seichem Mastership.



As well as using this symbol for distance / absent healing, it can also be used to clear unwanted energies from rooms along with the CHO KU REI’s (power symbols) It can create good atmosphere which can be useful in many situations. It can even be put under the mattress to help people sleep better and stay clear of unwanted energies. The literal translation of this symbol is “no past, no present, no future”. If used in healing then this particular version should only be drawn on the spine, and can be used in past life release, along with Zonar. Its main purpose is as the great connector. The cosmic telephone and links Reiki / Seichem healing across time and space. For this reason it can be used to heal the past, present and future. In healing, it can also be used to heal past traumas. If the client has a problematic past, then by visualising a life that was trauma / problem free then using the HON SHA ZE SHO NEN, they can help  to release and heal the trauma.

Seichem Zonar

This is a symbol which was originally channelled  from the Inner planes by Sai Baba.
It works well with past life and Karmic issues.
As our cells can carry the memory of trauma or even ideas that we “brought into”  from other lives, then Zonar and HON SHA ZE SHO NEN work through and release the Karmic pain.

Seichem Halu

Zonar is brought up or amplified, in power by closing the Z, and with the addition of the tall pyramid  on top, which is symbolic of high mental energy. Tall pyramids or cones help to amplify mental energy or imbalances. Little did they know that the “dunces caps” placed on the heads of slow learners actually helped them. But it was the negative connotation that went along with wearing one that was detrimental to self esteem and negated the positive effects of wearing one.
Halu restores balance and brings about deep healing and symbolises Love, Truth, Beauty and Harmony.

Seichem Midas Star

The MIDAS STAR is a symbol for affluence, not just money. There is a Cree Indian saying that says “only when the last tree has been cut down, the last river poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught. Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten.”
Money is supposed to be the expression of our power and a vehicle for us to be able to do the things we need and want to do.
Drawing a red line under the star increases and grounds the energy.

Seichem Mary

This is the symbol for Mary. Many people are working with this wonderful energy, having channeled this symbol. The swirl of is an energiser, the open M represents the feminine power that is present in all women.
Man can also benefit from this symbol, as it helps to open their nurturing, creative healing nature. To use it, we can pray to the Mother aspect of God for aid in whatever our need. You can if you wish also energise this symbol with the CHO KU REI’s, calling upon Mary’s name three times as we draw the M, we can then send the symbols to her asking her to further empower the symbols and send the energy back for healing.
Other Saints and Masters and Angels will also work with us in a likewise manner, and send us healing symbols if we ask them. We can also send healing symbols to them to send healing to people who have asked us for healing, or we can ask that the healing be sent to Mother Earth.

Seichem Christ Light

This powerful symbol represents Christ Light. It draws the cancer of the spirit and other negative energies into the point where the all of the lines converge. It is here that the energy is transformed.
Draw the long line first-which in this symbol is the focus of the power, then the two V’s.
To use it focus above the crown, see the Christ Light and the symbol. Visualise the symbol, love and light coming into your crown and lighting all the deepest dark  corners where we keep all our skeletons. Again you may energise this symbol with the CHO KU REI’s and send it to the crystalline White Light. Pray for help and then feel the energy returning.

Seichem Motor Zanon

This is very similar to the Tibetan Master symbol, the DAI KO MIO .It is a symbol with two names, Motor- going in, and Zanon- coming out.
The symbol works to release a virus in thee following manner; Energise Motor three times with the CHO KU REI’s. Motor goes into the body and the little squiggle  catches the virus. You then draw and energize the same symbol but intone Zanon three times. The symbol then reverses polarity and leaves the body taking the virus with it.
Fill the spaces where the virus was with healing energy,( remember the Universe does not like a void).

Seichem Fire Dragon
This symbol is also almost identical to the  Fire Serpent symbol in Tibetan Reiki.
It is drawn from the top down, and never from the base of the spins upwards. It helps to clear the chakra’s, and then when the chakra’s are clear, the Kundalini fire can rise safely.
This symbol has been found to work well with spinal injuries, moving energy up and down the spine to clear blockages, and for specific issues in a specific chakra and related glands such as in the menopause.

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