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FAQ 38


You said before we don’t need any pay healers, but I teach children at a cram school. Even if I couldn’t do them good, or they didn’t improve at all, I get tuition fees. Teaching is invisible job compared with selling or making things. Should I do this kind of job for free? I cannot make enough money at the school only, so I have part time jobs at a convenience store and a family restaurant, too. But these jobs don’t seem to be  good ones in view of offering something harmful for people’s health. I think almost all jobs in our society are harmful, and there seem to be no good ones. Most of the jobs in this world exist for satisfying people’s desires. Should I keep on working at such workplaces?  Does the job done with gratitude thinking “Thank you so much for keeping us alive” make any difference? I feel that I’m serving to satisfy people, or their desires. How should I think about working or jobs?

  • pay 有料の
  • cram school 塾
  • even if S+V たとえSがVするとしても
  • do A good Aのためになる
  • improve 改善する
  • tuition fee 授業料
  • invisible 目に見えない
  • compared with A Aと比べて
  • for free 無料で
  • in view of A Aを考慮に入れると
  • offer 提供する
  • harmful 有害な
  • society 社会
  • exist 存在する
  • satisfy 満足させる
  • desire 欲望
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち
  • serve 奉仕する


It’s simple. All you have to do is avoid a business like the one of making people expect something invisible such as strange miraculous power or the one of abusing God’s name. Your present jobs are all great ones where you toil hard. You’re not selling anything mysterious. A job is one of the best ways to make  your soul develop, where you’re tried to see how much you can strike your conscience out of yourself no matter what job you do. If you work from force of habit, you’re just wasting your time in pain. But, if you find out or are aware of in your job the meaning of seeking for truth or improving yourself, your job turns into an endless, deep ascesis. Plus you can earn income. Any job can cause your mind to develop more than an ascetic training alone in a mountain. It is important to work with consciousness of improving yourself in society full of desires.

  • simple 簡単な
  • All you have to do is ~ あなたは〜しさえすればよい
  • avoid 避ける
  • expect 期待する
  • miraculous 奇跡的な
  • abuse 利用する
  • toil hard 汗をかいて働く
  • develop 発達する
  • conscience 良心
  • from force of habit 惰性で
  • in pain 苦しんで
  • be aware of A Aを意識している
  • meaning 意味
  • seeking for truth 求道
  • turn into A Aに変わる
  • ascesis 自己鍛錬
  • income 収入
  • cause A to~ Aが〜する原因となる
  • ascetic training 修行
  • full of A Aでいっぱいの

FAQ 37


Is channeling dangerous for the public who know nothing about it?

  • dangerous 危険な
  • the public 一般の人々


It is very dangerous to try to have a conversation with or get in touch with spiritual beings, however much they call themselves a high-dimensional being. It is best to receive a silent sign from his own inner god with you being in Kannagara(カンナガラ), the state of living with God. The truth is channeling is nothing more than a state of channelers being possessed with a wicked spirit of World of the Dead or a low-level evil spirit appearing to be a sly fox and being made to speak by it. Most channelers disappear in a few years because they fall ill or go distracted due to the failure to get out of the state of channeling, or possesion by a wicked spirit.

  • conversation 会話
  • get in touch with A Aと連絡を取る
  • high-dimensional 高次元の
  • receive 受け取る
  • silent 無言の
  • sign 啓示
  • inner god 内在神
  • state 状態
  • nothing more than A Aに過ぎない
  • possess 憑依する
  • wicked 屈折した
  • evil spirit 悪霊
  • sly ずる賢い
  • disappear 消える
  • fall ill 病気になる
  • go distracted 精神錯乱になる
  • due to A Aのために
  • the failure to~ 〜することができないこと

FAQ 36


I knew very well about the fear of marijuana when I read your previous post, but how about alcohol? Some people get crazy by drinking too much. Does God approve of alcohol? Alcohol causes a liver disease and makes some people addicts, while it has been dedicated to God at a festival since a long time ago.

  • fear 恐ろしさ
  • previous 以前の
  • approve of A Aを是認する
  • liver disease 肝臓病
  • addict 中毒者
  • dedicate 捧げる


According to a recent news report, people who don’t drink at all are more likely to get a liver disease statistically. It seems better to give a liver some moderate labor(drinking alcohol) and make it decompose the poisonous ingredient of alcohol. My psychic reading, however, tells me that drinking everyday is bad. I sometimes drink wine containing no preservatives every few days.

  • according to A Aによると
  • recent 最近の
  • be likely to~  〜しそうである
  • statistically  統計的に
  • moderate 適度な
  • labor 労働
  • decompose 分解する
  • ingredient 成分
  • contain 含む
  • preservative 防腐剤
  • every few days 数日おきに

Fermentation process whereby Japanese Sake is made is one of the rather spiritual phenomena related to spirits of nature. Sake, which is made from things deeply connected to World of Gods such as rice and fermentation, can be said to be a present from God. In that sense, drinking too much Sake may be what we humans should avoid.

  • fermentation 発酵
  • phenomena 現象
  • related to A Aに関係している
  • connected to A Aに繋がっている
  • World of Gods 神界
  • such as A Aのような
  • avoid 避ける

Also, smoking does much harm but no good. Holy spirits abhor the smell of smoking, which brings about the decline of smoker’s fortune.

  • do harm 害を与える
  • holy spirit 聖霊
  • abhor ひどく嫌う
  • bring about A Aを引き起こる
  • decline 衰退
  • fortune 運

FAQ 35


Reading an article of a heart disease, I wondered if panic disorder has something to do with a spirit or something. What do you think?

  • article 記事
  • heart disease 心臓病
  • wonder if S+V SはVするのかしらと思う
  • panic disorder パニック障害
  • have something to do with A Aと何か関係がある


It is possible that it has to do with being possessed with spirits. When a spirit possesses a man deeply and tries to control his physical body, his body function is affected because of a gap created between the spirit and his own spirit controlling his physical body. That’s how possession with a spirit causes disorder of a heart called panic disorder. Under this situation, he would find it difficult to understand what’s going on, but at the same time his mind is often observing the disorder coolly. However, there is a case of panic disorder caused by pure physical dysfunction, so it is important to go to see a doctor. Eat a lot of vegetables raw.

  • possible ありえる
  • have to do with A Aと関係がある
  • possess 憑く
  • function 機能
  • affect 影響する
  • gap 差異
  • That’s how S+V そのようにして
  • disorder 不調
  • at the same time 同時に
  • observe 観察する
  • dysfunction 機能不全

FAQ 34


I planted a bulb of a cluster-amaryllis in my garden yesterday. Farmers have planted ones in their rice paddies or farms since a long time ago for the preventing of moles. You said before that God, feeling sorry for spirits who had no one to turn to,  made a cluster-amaryllis bloom once a year, right? If so, is a cluster-amaryllis a manifestation of God’s will?  I planted it thinking that wandering spirits would never do something bad as long as I strengthen my inner god by holding a memorial service for my ancestors with incense sticks. But, I got a call saying my son fell sick in the evening, when I just finished planting it. Was the way to plant it wrong? Or is it some massage from my ancestors?

  • plant 植える
  • bulb 球根
  • cluster-amaryllis 彼岸花
  • rice paddle 田んぼ
  • prevention 防止
  • mole もぐら
  • feel sorry for A Aに同情する
  • turn to A Aに頼る
  • manifestation 現れ
  • will 意志
  • as long as S+V SがVする限り
  • inner god 内在神
  • strengthen 強化する


Throw the bulb away. Don’t do that out of pity knowing the meaning of a cluster-amaryllis. If it blooms, it affects your successor. One of your ancestors warned you before it blooms. Spiritual things which gather up wandering spirits cause more bad effects than you can imagine and you can’t handle it only just out of compassion. Wandering spirits are so desperate and in anguish. Since a cluster-amaryllis is a spiritual flower, you had better not touch it except when it blooms in nature.

  • throw A away Aを捨てる
  • out of pity 情けで
  • meaning 意味
  • affect 影響する
  • successor 跡継ぎ
  • warn 警告する
  • gather up A Aを集める
  • wandering spirit 無縁霊
  • effect 影響
  • handle 扱う
  • compassion 同情
  • desperate 必死な
  • in anguish 苦悶している
  • had better not~ 〜しない方がよい
  • except A Aを除いて

FAQ 33


I often dream a lucid dream, dreaming while knowing you are dreaming, in which I get out of my physical body after being tied down. I find it fun to feel as if  I flied about in the air and enjoyed the view. It’s like I’m exploring the world as I like. The action I take in my dream is  a result of my intention but reactions of other people are unexpected. If they are all my illusion of my own creating, I wonder if I can control their reactions to some extent. Might I have been in the World of the Dead? I’m a little bit worried. Could you give me some advice?

  • lucid dream 明晰夢
  • be tied down 金縛りになる
  • fly about  飛び回る
  • view 景色
  • explore 探検する
  • intention 意図
  • illusion 幻想
  • create 創造する
  • to some extent ある程度
  • the World of the Dead 幽界


It seems that you had an out-of-body experience. You must be tired during the day and your mind unstable. If you have such a experience over and over even in your dream, you are likely to get ill mentally. When you live a stressful life, the connection of your physical body with your spiritual body gets weak and comes to separate easily. Holding memorial services for ancestors would make a spiritual body more and more thick and the sense of separation of this kind would disappear. Be careful not to build up stress and put into practice a memorial service for your ancestors with gratitude.

  • It seems that… …であるように思われる
  • out-of- body experience 幽体離脱
  • during the day 日中
  • unstable 不安定な
  • over and over 何度も
  • be likely to~ 〜しそうである
  • get ill 病む
  • mentally 精神的に
  • connection 繋がり
  • separate 分離する
  • ancestor 先祖
  • disappear 消える
  • build up stress ストレスを溜め込む
  • put A into practice Aを実践する
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち

FAQ 32


I love making a bonfire in my garden. When I’ve done with it, I feel refreshed. Is there some meaning of purification in making a bonfire? I don’t know why, but bonfire makes me feel better.

  • bonfire 焚き火
  • feel refreshed すっきりする
  • meaning 意味
  • purification 浄化


It has a spiritual purifying effect. Fire is important in esoteric Buddhism, too. Zoroastrianism, which is regarded as the origin of all the Western religions, is called a fire-worshiped religion. As I myself had to do with a religion in which fire was worshiped god in a former life, seeing a bonfire never makes me bored so much that I forget the passage of time. To concentrate on fire would soothe irritation and purify a superficial spiritual stain.

  • purifying effect 浄化作用
  • esoteric Buddhism 密教
  • Zoroastrianism ゾロアスター教
  • regard A as B AをBと見なす
  • origin 起源
  • religion 宗教
  • fire-worshiped religion 拝火教
  • have to do with A Aと関係がある
  • former life 前世
  • get bored 飽きる
  • passage 経過
  • concentrate 集中する
  • soothe なだめる
  • irritation イライラ
  • superficial  表面的な
  • stain 穢れ

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