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Reiki in Atharva Veda

1Gods, raise again the man whom ye, O Gods, have humbled 

and brought low. 

Ye Gods, restore to life again, him, Gods! who hath committed 

sin. 

2Here these two winds are blowing far as Sindhu from a distant 

s

land. 

May one breathe energy to thee, the other blow thy fault away. 

3Hither, O Wind, blow healing balm, blow every fault away, thou 

Wind! 

For thou who hast all medicine comest as envoy of the Gods. 

4May the Gods keep and save this man, the Maruts' host deliver 

him. 

All things that be deliver him that he be freed from his offence. 

5I am come nigh to thee with balms to give thee rest and keep 

thee safe. 

I bring thee mighty strength, I drive thy wasting malady away. 

6Felicitous is this my hand, yet more felicitous is this. 

This hand contains all healing balms, and this makes whole with 

gentle touch. 

7The tongue that leads the voice precedes. Then with our tenfold- 

branching hands. 

With these two healers of disease, we stroke thee with a soft 

caress. 



 Shailesh's notes:

 The concept of "makes whole" is a tradition that still continues in Reiki healing affirmations."The tongue that leads the voice precedes" - refers to the chants that were used in ancient times while healing. These were rediscovered by my Guru Shri Vijay Bansal through his direct realization. The "tenfold branching hands", of course refers to the ten fingers. 

Acknowledgements: 

Translation used from  https://www.sacred-texts.com

First mention of Reiki in the Atharva Veda was pointed out by Dr. Nalin Narula in his book "Joy of Reiki". Dr. Nalin Narula was the initiating master of my Guru Late Shri Vijay Bansal. Shri Vijay Bansal added Raja Yoga techniques to Reiki and made this spiritual system the most powerful system available to the masses. 



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