Tiger Reiki

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This attunement was initially channeled by Korey Long and expanded by Stephanie Brail.

You should be Reiki Master or at least Level II.

According to the founder, Tiger Reiki “helps to balance those who work with it as well as those receiving it. It is excellent in use for meditation and adds a sense of ‘aggressiveness’ in working to heal via this energy. Even with this admission, it also is a very soothing energy as well.”

Tiger Reiki is a powerful energy, not just through its the connection with the tiger but its symbolism. The tiger has an important place in the mythology of many world religions and regions.

In Chinese mythology and symbolism, the tiger is the King of the Beasts. Five tigers serve to guard the universe against the forces of chaos. Here are the realms they protect:

Red tiger: summer, south, and fire.

Black tiger: winter, north, and water.

Blue tiger: spring, east, fertility, and vegetation.

White tiger: autumn, west, and metals, and the afterlife.

Yellow tiger: the sun, center, and the Chinese emperor.

(The yellow tiger rules and oversees the other tigers.)

The ancient Chinese also believed that the tiger had the power to fight off demons. In Tiger Reiki, these can be internal or external demons, but the main focus is healing internal demons. Tiger Reiki brings grace, strength, and nobility to the recipient and practitioner.

Tiger Reiki is an excellent tool for increasing courage and motivation. Remember too, that the tiger is not just a hunter but also is a fierce protector.

Energy exchange for this attunement is 20 Euro.

Payment is through paypal to DiamondLightReiki@gmx.de

When the payment is made I will send you the manual for your own preparation and further use.

The attunement into the Tiger Reiki is done by one attunement session, the quality is as if it is done ‘per hand’.

You will be able to attune others then too.

I always send the attunements as an energy ball (chi ball) that is then waiting for you to be received. This is due to the timezone differences as I live in Germany (UTC +1).