Each Symbol is Available in every Color
Power Balance Reiki Symbol
Japanese Name: Cho Ku Rei
Intention: Power Balance
Benefits: Manifestation, Increased Power & Decreased Power (upside down)
Cho Ku Rei, or the force symbol, generally means “Position the power of the universe here.” This symbol can
be used during therapy at any time, but is particularly effective at the beginning or end of a session.
This symbol’s spiral-like shape is incredibly telling. The coil can expand and contract to control the “ki” energies and, when used in reverse, can also
be used as a lever of sorts to increase and concentrate power or to decrease and release energy.
The Mental and Emotional Reiki Symbol
Japanese Name: Sei Hei Ki
Nature of use: Balance
Benefits: Emotional & Mental Balance
Sei Hei Ki (“Say-Hay-Key”) puts the brain and body together.
Usually translated as “God and man become one,” Sei Hei Ki releases from the body and into the world deep-rooted emotional negativity.
Sei Hei Ki is a “loyal friend,” particularly when you’re in trouble.
Connection through Void Reiki Symbol
Japanese Name: Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen
Nature of use: Timelessness
Benefits: Distant healing, past/present/future, healing karma, spiritual connection
Often known as the “Distance Symbol,” Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen (pronounced “Hon-Sha-Zee-Show-Nen”) means
“No past, no present, no future” and sends Reiki energies over a long distance.
It symbolises a shape shifter which can pass through space and time.
Master Reiki Symbol
Japanese Name: Dai Ko Myo
Nature of use: Enlightenment
Benefits: Empowerment, soul healing, oneness
One of the most powerful symbols, Reiki Masters will only use Dai Ko Myo as it incorporates the
influence of the first three symbols, Cho Ku Rei, Sei He Ki, and Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen. Generally, the symbol means “Great Awakening” or “Bright Shining Light.” It reflects everything that is Reiki and is considered to be Reiki’s essence.