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Grandmaster Reiki Symbols Corrections May 2010

Old Symbol

Corrected Symbol

Comments This is Cho Ku Rei, the first symbol of Usui Reiki. It means "put the power here" and is used to clear energy blocks in a person, to clean rooms of negativity, to add a boost to natural healing power, and to restore the natural energy rhythm..

This is Sei Hei Ki, the second symbol of Usui Reiki. It is associated with the gentle Moon and love and emotional healing. It helps flush away attachments and soothe anger and grief. It also can clean a room but in a gentle way that sends unhappy spirits towards heaven. This is Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen, the third symbol of Usui Reiki. It means roughly that we are all in the same place in spirit, and so our healing can go from person to person no matter where in the world we are. It is used to jump back in time as well, and to help with distance attunements. The Kanji mean Tree Root, Persons, Unity, Correct, Attention. (reading top to bottom)

This is Dai Ko Myo, the fourth and last symbol in Usui Reiki. It means Great Shining Brightness. It also means Teacher Brings Light Down and Student Becomes Light. It is used in attunements and to help the other symbols. It is sometimes called the Master Symbol. The Kanji read Man, Torch, Sun and Moon Brightness Results.

This is Dai Cho Wah the 5th level symbol for the German Grandmaster system. It brings Harmony. The Kanji say Great, Harmony. The only thing I corrected in the GM version on the far left was the tilt. It's hard to see, but that is a + inside the boxy thing on the right, above the little square, in the middle group of symbols.

This symbol is Dai Gai Su and is the level 6 symbol of the German Grandmaster system. It means the Great Separation, and allows you to stand apart from the crowd and determine right and wrong for yourself. The Kanji say Greatly, Outside, Majority. It was called Dai Fa Shu in the old way, but there is no FA in the Kanji system, and Su is the correct word for Majority, not Shu.. Gai or Ge is correct for Being Outside.

This is Dai Ji Yu and is the seventh level symbol of the GM system. It means Freedom and that is the correct interpretation of the Kanji letters too.

The symbol on the far left reads Dai An and means Peace of Mind. Its Kanji show a woman under a roof under a Man. The symbol immediately left reads Dai Heiwa (not Heiya as the GM has it) and means World Peace, Either will work but you should say the correct words with the symbols.

The old symbol is Dai Fuku and means good luck and success, or happiness. My suggestion is Dai Kofuku which means happiness. Because Fuko means misfortune and is easy to mistake for Fuku.

This is Dai Ki Bo and is correct for the Kanji used. It brings Great Hope.

This is Dai Chikara and is correct for the Kanji used. It brings Great Strength.

This is Dai Ai and is correct. It means Great Love as in affection and compassion.

This is Dai Hana in the old Grandmaster system. It is basically okay as it is, for the meaning is Teacher, referring to our own Inner Guidance. The little symbol in the middle in the group on the immediate left is a child struggling under his books and then the teacher comes below, with the Kanji for hand carrying a rod or pointer. Teaching is Oshieru. Teacher is Kyoshi. But again, it's optional and the GM way is easier to draw for healings. This is Dai Moku, the Eye of Your Ancestors watching out for you. It is correct already. The Kanji refers to a rectangular grave marker with an eye in its middle, under the expansive man symbol.

This is Dai Michi, your spiritual Path. It is correct. The Kanji of the bottom group show elk antlers on a man who looks like a box, and the swooping L shape means he has run quickly and stopped at a cross roads to determine where to go next. This is Dai Kei Ji and means Great Revelation. I don't know why the old GM system left out the Ji. Note that this Ji does not resemble the Ji in symbols 17 or 7. Each Kanji has many ways of being drawn.

This is Dai Ji, and means Great Temple. It is correct. The bottom Kanji shows Ground over a sign for Pulse, since a Temple keeps the beat of life with its festivals and they were built where priests felt a "pulse". This is Dai Kataru and means He who speaks in five directions. The Five Elements listen to this speaker because he commands wisely. It is a wisdom and leadership symbol. The GM has Dai Tetsu which in my dictionary means Iron. And the kanji on the far left, do not match Tetsu. It came to somebody in a dream. This is Dai Shiro Sa. The old GM symbol on the far left was known as Dai Ro Se. But Se means unskilled right hand carries rock. Sa means skilled left hand carries a plumb bob and line. Since this is the GM Master Wisdom symbol, let us use Sa. Shiro is white-haired wise elder here.

This is the Antakharana symbol. It is correct. It helps with meditation and connecting to energy. Some say with healing.

This is the end of this document. Pass it around, please.

( By Stewart.)

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