Bathtime Blogging | Today, about Kundalini Reiki…
I get many questions about this and whether it’s like Usui Reiki. Kundalini Reiki is a separate system but combines well with other energy healing systems (including Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki). It is an attunement based system and although can be used for hands on healing, it is very versatile in application.
It doesn’t “force” Kundalini Activation in the way some yogic techniques can. It’s important to keep balanced energy to achieve natural progression in this. Kundalini Activation is really a way of saying “Spiritual Development” – it’s often a process of clearing debris energetically as much as it is about increasing your natural basal vibrational rate.
So in that sense, the Kundalini Reiki can be used alongside yogic or any other spiritual development techniques. The Kundalini Fire Meditation takes 5-15 minutes a day and can be used for self healing as well as spiritual development.
It’s far more intention based than some systems; there are no symbols or mantras to learn to use this system and that also makes it popular.
It can be used to send healing to others distantly and also to send healing to a situation. So it could be used in that way to “heal” a building where negative energy has accumulated by bringing balance. And there many ways it can be used to heal and also to manifest your intentions. This can be done purely by intention, or using visualisation but one of the most popular and simple methods is to write the target and intention on a piece of paper and hold it between your palms while performing the Kundalini Fire Meditation.
You can also use this method of Kundalini Reiki to cleanse, charge or programme crystals – very useful for crystals that can’t be cleansed in water or may be damaged if cleansed with salt.
Once you begin working with Kundalini Reiki it’s common for people to want to combine it with other systems and and the energy for KR is congruent with this; it combines very well with others. I use it daily with the Avalonian Trilogy Meditation – which is far more structured, using a combination of colour flow, symbols and mantras.