One of the missions that have this symbol is to raise our frequency of vibration. And that is why, if we work with every day, we can maintain a high level of vibration and this will make it is easier to access the spiritual world. That is, we will find it easier to communicate with our guides, channeling the energy, meditate, perform energy practices, etc. This command allows us to connect with our Divine Essence that will help us finish the matter down to merge with us. In short, will help us on our path to spiritual enlightenment.
Some of the meanings we can find the Dai-Koo-Myo are: "The essence of Divine wisdom," "Great to be de l'Universe shines on me and be my guide", "House of the great bright light", etc. .
Among its effects can include: relaxing the emotions, dispels fears and agony. It helps us regain our inner balance. Bring healing to a deeper level, the level espiriual. It allows us to heal our Karma, our life llebado people and situations to test us and make possible a real healing of our emotional ties and inner fears. Stimulates the Crown Chakra, developing our spiritual side and our connection with the Divine. It helps us find our mission in life, to remember our plan of life that has marked our soul before flesh.
Remember that Reiki symbols do not work until a Reiki master enter them to us through the initiation of Reiki.
Article written by Miquel Vidal.
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