Sekhem-Khrem, which is named for the Egyptian warrior goddess and divine healer Sekhmet, channels ancient energy from the Sirius, Orion, and Lemurian star systems. This energy, which helped create humankind as it is today, is considered the source of energy that streams to our universe, and it is believed that the people of Ancient Egypt and Atlantis were able to channel this energy using the original form of Sekhem to bring their civilizations to their peak.
After the fall of Atlantis and Egypt, it is said that the survivors of these venerable civilizations went to live with other cultures, spreading knowledge of this healing system across the world. As they taught their practices over the centuries, translating them into different languages and cultures, their healing system became buried under layers of related rituals, teaching practitioners to bring the energy to earth through a series of “filters.” This is why there are so many similar types of “healing systems” out there with different names. Reiki and Seichism are both considered branches of this Source energy healing system, but each one transmits a slightly, materially different healing frequency to their patients.
Sekhem-Khrem is thought to be the energy filter for this Source energy from the stars, made distinct by its Egyptian heritage and its extremely high vibrational frequency. Because of its strength, which can be intensified at will, and its unfamiliarity to most practitioners, Sekhem-Khrem requires a grounded, initiated practitioner who can look at your core channel system during a healing session, rather than the chakras that he or she would examine during a Reiki treatment. This form of healing also includes symbols that are completely different from the ones used with Reiki. In my personal experience, Sekhem-Khrem energy feels like wearing contacts for the first time. It heightens your perspective, opening your senses to fresh layers of knowledge and sensory details, leaving you feeling lighter, stronger, and brighter.
The form of Sekhem-Khrem that Jaclyn practices today is from the lineage of Helen Belot, who originally recreated this form of Sekhem in 1992 after years of training in Reiki and Seichism. Despite her deep exploration into both of these established healing arts, she had always known that what she was doing was different, a belief that was confirmed by both her Reiki Master and her Seichism Master. She worked in depth with Phoenix Summerfield, the creator of modern-day Seichism, to develop Sekhem; when the system behind Sekhem evolved to a higher frequency in 2006 and 2007, the name of its intensified healing practices changed with it, becoming Sekhem-Khrem. For more information on Master Belot, please go to her website at http://sekhem.com.au/.
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The warrior goddess Sekhmet, shown with her sun disk and cobra crown from a relief at the Temple of Kom Ombo.
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