Dragon Reiki

Dragon Reiki

Dragon Reiki is a powerful form of energy healing that combines traditional Reiki techniques with the energy of dragons. It is based on the knowledge of the dragon’s spiritual wisdom, strength, and powers of transformation.

Practitioners of Dragon Reiki channel the energy of dragons to help balance and heal the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of a person’s being. This can be done through hands-on healing, visualisation, breathwork, and other techniques.

Dragon Reiki promotes transformation, releases blockages, and enhances overall well-being. As with all energy healing modalities, it is important to note that Dragon Reiki is a spiritual practice and not a substitute for medical or mental health treatment.

Many Different Forms of Reiki

Traditional Usui Reiki originates in Japan but spread to the West after WWII and is now practised worldwide. Many forms of Reiki soon developed, one of which was Dragon Reiki. It quickly became popular in many countries and especially in China. The Chinese have a long tradition of revering dragons as sacred. In China, dragons represent power, healing and a strong link with the Elemental forces of nature.

Dragon Reiki advocates that healing comes from within. This requires self-knowledge that in turn leads to the person becoming centred and balanced. It is a healing modality that concentrates on facilitating spiritual wisdom. When the spirit is in harmony and integrated with the whole being, only then can the individual heal completely on every level. The premise is that the body knows how to heal itself once the original spiritual blueprint is restored and integrated.

The Dragon Reiki Symbols

The original Usui Reiki system only has four symbols. They are Cho Ku Rei, Sei He Ki, Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen and the Master Symbol, Dai Ko Myu:

the four reiki symbols: cho ku rei,sei he ki, hon sha ze sho nen, dai ko myu

However, as Reiki spread across the world and developed, many Reiki Masters and practitioners started using two Tibetan symbols. They are Raku and Dumo:

the tibetan reiki symbols raku and dumo

Raku means ‘Fire Serpent’ (Seraphim) and Dumo represents the Kundalini at the base of the spine which is serpent/dragon fire energy. Though traditional Reiki practitioners may not refer to these two symbols as Dragon Reiki symbols, they do in fact act as such if you tune into the energy you are channelling when working with them.

Dragon Reiki Attunements

There are teachers of a few different types of Dragon Reiki out there who can attune you to Dragon Reiki if you are looking to go down that route. However, this is not a requirement for working with dragons when you work with Reiki. What is necessary is a personal relationship with the dragons. You need to know your personal Dragon Guardian and Dragon Healing Guide first as a minimum requirement.

Otherwise, it is no different to claiming to be doing Angel Reiki without ever having experienced the Angelic Realm or connected with your Guardian Angel.

Oh, and by the way, if you do wish to receive an attunement, please be aware that your Dragon Reiki teacher may not agree with everything I have shared in this article. This is based on my own experience of working with these energies, as well as information that I have channelled from the Dragon Realm.

Know Thyself

When an individual’s spiritual state is out of alignment, their body may lack the necessary elements for self-healing. Spiritual healing begins from within, where the body responds to the intentions set by the Higher Self. Practitioners of Dragon Reiki are skilled channellers of the Reiki energy as well as experts at facilitating healing with dragon energy.

Dragon Reiki embraces the essence of the dragon during the healing session. It sets itself apart from traditional Reiki by infusing the session with the power of the dragon. In a Dragon Reiki session, a visual representation of the dragon, such as a picture or figurine, is positioned close to the recipient to help the practitioner focus and direct the healing energies. Prior to the session, it is crucial for the recipient to cultivate a clear state of mind and spirit, enabling them to fully receive the potent energies bestowed by both the dragon and Reiki itself.

It is also important to practise self-care after receiving Dragon Reiki. Keeping a journal, getting plenty of rest and staying hydrated are some ways to help the process of healing and integration along.

Not for the Faint of Heart

Dragon Reiki tends to attract a certain type of client/recipient. This energy-healing modality is not for the faint of heart. Transformation can be deep and often nudges the recipient out of their comfort zone. Dragons don’t do things by halves so be sure that you really want to heal and transform your life before you look up a Dragon Reiki practitioner.

What the dragons want you to transform is to eradicate fear from your life. And while healing dragons are loving and have only your highest good at heart, they can also be tough when they need to be. You need to prepare for transformative life lessons to speed up and intensify for a while once you embark on a journey to heal with the dragons.

Bringers of Clarity

The healing dragon acts as an amplifier for the Reiki energy but it also adjusts the frequency. It does so by fine-tuning the energy frequency so that it acts primarily on the third eye and crown chakras. This, in turn, allows you to see clearly what needs to be purged from your life in order for you to heal. You won’t be able to run from your issues or turn a blind eye any longer.

Bringers of Dragon Pals

Once you invite dragons into your life, they tend to bring their friends. As I said, this healing modality is not for the faint of heart. But it is for those who genuinely wish to transform and achieve their highest spiritual potential in this present lifetime. And this is obviously why legendary wizards like Merlin are known to have worked with dragon energy.

Are All Dragons Healers?

No, not all dragons are healers. There are many different types of dragons and while none of them are evil, they do have specialities and specific tasks that they perform. Healer dragons are “rainbow dragons,” i.e. dragons of alchemy that combine the elements of Fire and Water. The corresponding Tarot Archetype is Temperance.


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