Healing Symbols

healing symbolHello Anne Namaste!

I saw you have a Healing Symbol Pendant in your website and I just wonder how different is this for other Healing Symbols like for example the one they use to Reiki which has both Close and Distance Healing?

Also if I may ask what is the name of this symbol for my further researching about its origin and power.

Thank you so much.

Sincerely yours,

Michael R.



Dear Michael,

Thank you so much for your letter – sorry for the delay in responding as I have been travelling. I was given this symbol by my spirit guide some 20 years ago. I have used it and thousands of my students have also used it for invoking the universal energies of love and compassion. The energy I work with mostly is the Divine Mother energy. The symbol calls in the frequency that is most suitable for the healer and the recipient. The energies come through the hands as in Reiki but can be used hands off. I use this with another symbol for distant healing. All my symbols are in a small book Heal and be Healed by Anne Jones.

I have used the symbols in my published books (Piatkus) and also in my workshops and seminars.

I am a Reiki master and I have found that this symbol allows the user to develop and utilise their own natural healing abilities. There are no rules and no secrecy and can be shared with everyone for the symbols will only work with good intent by the user. You simply have to draw it in the air three times then the energies will come through the palms of your hands. You can then place them on or near the patient (other than directly over the physical heart). There is no timing and your own intuition will take over.

The symbol is similar to others used universally. A client of mine in Singapore said her family (Muslim) had been placing that symbol on their children’s forheads for generations. The symbol is also similar to the Fish of the Early Christians – on its side. Upside down similar to the Breast Cancer and also Aids Awareness logos.

Enjoy using the symbol and do so with my love

Anne xxx

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15 Responses

  • Greetings Anne,

    i am somewhat spatially challenged. Would be grateful if you woykd clarify this for me. When it says to draw a symbol.from right to left, is it always with your to the right sixe of your body, regardless of whether you are drawing it facing you if you are drawing it on your own body? When we are facing someobe, their right is our left, and their left our right. I am very much looking forward to receiving your clarification Thank you,
    Kim

  • This is the Healing Symbol and it activates channelling of the energies of love and compassion to the intensity and vibration that suits both the person using it and the person receiving the energies. If you draw the symbol from left to right or right to left if will work. The only time this symbol will not work is when your heart is totally closed or you have negative intent.

  • hi actually many years ago i was in prayer ( i’m a christian) so i saw this symbol in spirit. i was seeing in spirit, i was drawing this symbol

  • I was meditating last night and I saw this symbol. I had to search the internet for it. I found it bizzare that I saw this.

  • In Malay mystic practice, the symbol is known as Lam Jalalah.

    It originally comes from the arabic letters LAM and ALIF, which is expressed as the word pronounced of LA (meaning “NO”) and which is the beginning of the Testimonial Statement (“Kalimah Shahadah”).

    The “Dot” (Nuqtah) at the top of the Lam Jalalah is associated with the “dot under the arabic letter BA”. It is associated with the beginning of the word “Bismillah” (In the Name of Allah) and which is associated with the “secret of existence (wujud)”.

  • Dear Syaiful
    Thank you so much for sharing this. I use the symbol to connect to divine energies of love for healing. So the connection makes sense to me. A Muslim lady once told me they used the symbol on the children in her family as a form of sacred mark or protection.
    Many thanks Anne xxx

  • Good afternoon

    I am drawn to your Healing Symbol.

    I have given some healing, but not of late.

    May I just clarify… when drawing this symbol … I start at the top right, down and around in a loop to the top left then “dot” between the two “arms”… is that right.

    Namaste
    Chris

  • Hi. This symbol used to pop up in my abstract paintings. I think, there are other parts to this. You can ‘zoom’ in and out. When looked at from further away, there is a spiral and this symbol then spirals in or out. Not sure. There is also a part ‘before’ the symbol is created its am arc that collapses. The little dot contains a replica of thr original sympol and ‘dot’ like a fractal or something. At one point because these relationships were so obvious in my paintings, I thought ot may be able to be constructed into a mathematical formula. I never knew ot was a healing symbol. But it makes sense now.

  • Thank you for sharing your experience with this symbol Agi. How interesting! I sense you are picking up the energy around the symbol, maybe its origins, the spiral is a very spiritual symbol itself so not surprising it is part of the energy of this symbol too. My friend Renee Kraal, a beautiful artist from Malaysia, painted a series of pieces in which she incorporated the symbols. You may wish to google her work – she has passed over now but had several powerful exhibitions in KL over the years. Love and blessings to you.

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