|Written by Miquel Vidal|
The Cho-Ku-Rei is the symbol of energy; it is known as "the switch" because it opens the way to the energy flow. Its mission is to multiply the amount of energy we channel. In this way, when we draw a Cho-Ku-Rei, we happen to transmit a lot more energy than before. It is also the symbol of protection, the symbol of empowerment and anti energy-leak symbol. Its name means "the power is here", "I call the divine energy here and now", "energy is here", "come energy" and "deposit energy here." When we draw the Cho-Ku-Rei, what we do is to send energy to the physical plane, that is to say, to the physical body of the patient.
This symbol acts especially on the first three chakras, activating and promoting their harmonization. When dealing with Chakras, we can imagine the Cho-Ku-Rei with the color of each Chakra. Its color is preferably gold since this is the color of protection. If we make emotional healing, we can draw the Cho-Ku-Rei in the Heart Chakra of pink color. For meditation or spiritual processes, visualize it white or violet.
It is a symbol that we should use at the beginning and end of each session. At first, we can draw a Cho-Ku-Rei in each hand, to boost the energy we channel. We can also draw a giant Cho-Ku-Rei on the patient. Or draw a Cho-Ku-Rei in the patient's Crown Chakra and imagine as it enters the Central Canal, enhancing in this way the session. Once we have finished the session, draw a very big Cho-Ku-Rei over the patient. Thus, we will be concentrating the energy we have channeled on the patient and preventing its dissipation or any kind of energy escape.
To protect ourselves from the negative energies that can be inferred from a treatment to others, we can draw a large Cho-Ku-Rei over ourselves, or draw a Cho-Ku-Rei on each of our Chakras. Thus the Cho-Ku-Rei will act as a shield against these energies. Another use of the Cho-Ku-Rei is to empower other symbols. When drawn after one symbol, it acts enhancing that symbol and protecting it as well as increasing its effectiveness.
The Cho-Ku-Rei can be drawn in both directions, making the spiral clockwise or anticlockwise.