Chaos and disorder are part of reality, and if you choose to employ the universal symbol you set-up an intention to create balance and harmony. You can employ this within a person (e.g. to clear a block in an arm), between people (to reduce conflict), and within spaces.
The spaces around us are buzzing with ki, which can get blocked, just as it gets blocked in people. Spend some time in a room and tune into the energies that are there. How does it feel? How do the energies affect you? Plant the cho ku rei into a space to instil unity and harmony, and to restore balance. Doing this regularly will help promote a strong healing space.
The procedure follows:
- Use your invocation to God, angels, or your spirit guides.
- Light a candle, and burn some sage or incense and carry it around the room with you. (This is optional.)
- Start with the east-facing wall or corner, and move in an anticlockwise direction, drawing your chosen symbols into the four walls or corners of the room. Draw the energy from corner to corner with your hands, establishing boundaries around the space. If it is a multi-level building, also put the symbols into the ceiling and floor. (Put them once into the centre of the ceiling and once in the centre of the floor.)
- Finally, go into the centre of the room and draw a symbol of your choice in the air in front of you.
As you are doing this, be sensitive to the energy around you, and act accordingly. For example, if one corner of the room feels heavy or blocked, stay in that corner for longer, giving the energy more time to harmonise.
Draw the cho ku rei into the four corners of a room to clear the energy to harmonise, protect and seal the space.