Using Tibetan Reiki Symbols for Mentally Balancing our Thoughts
Let us take a peak at how our problems begin.
Outwardly we are saying we want one thing, yet inwardly our thinking patterns are running in a totally contradictory manner.
For instance, we may be saying to ourselves we want to be wealthy. But our deeper, perhaps even hidden thinking behind the superficial thought is that we don't really think-or I should say, we don't really believe we can be wealthy.
Or, we may be saying we want to be healthy, while in the background we may be unconsciously enjoying, and wanting to hold on to our illness. There may be many unconscious reasons. One might be for all the attention we're receiving.
Without going too much deeper into this subject, it's the disparity between what we're saying on the outside and what we're thinking on the inside that is important for us to bring into balance.
And there's a wonderful way of doing this than with Reiki, by using the Tibetan Raku Symbol.
Balancing Thoughts with Tibetan Raku Reiki Symbol
Draw out the Raku Symbol onto two separate narrow strips of paper. Make the size to fit comfortably into your shoes and place them in your shoes with the crossbar under your toes and the curves leading down to your heel.
You may wonder why our shoes. You may already know by reading Reflexology charts, your whole body is represented in its entirety in your feet. The great toes representing your head and the inner aspects of your soles mirroring your spine. Therefore, using the Tibetan Raku Symbol in your shoes helps to ground and rebalance your thinking.
This will help you gain more earthy clarity, as it helps to channel and dissipate your negative energy as it takes it directly into the ground.
A Wonderful Little Native American Indian Story
An elderly Cherokee Indian was teaching his grandchildren about life.
He said to them, "A fight is going on inside of me. It is a terrible fight, and it is between two wolves.
One of the wolves represents fear, anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, loneliness, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and the nature of the ego.
The other wolf stands for joy, peace, love, hope, sharing, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, friendship, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and the belief in faith.
This same fight is going on inside you, and inside every other person."
The grandchildren who were listening to the wise grandfather's story thought about what he had said about the two wolves for a minute or so, and then one child asked his grandfather, "Which wolf will win?"
The wise old Cherokee Indian simply replied, "The one you feed."
What a wonderful story to illustrate the nature of these two areas of thought, and why it is important to rebalance our thoughts using systems such as reiki energy healing.
The Conways wrote "Radical Reiki - Radical Life," which will jog your cosmic memory and perhaps launch you onto a new kind of alternative health profession.
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