the only secret to move gods

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Too many Shinsatsu(神札), a kind of talisman sold at Shinto shrines, spoil each spiritual wave and make them disappear, effecting one another, like ” too many cooks spoil the broth.” The most important are sacred spirits near you. Why don’t you pick up a favorite Shinsatsu at a shrine relatively near your house, and another at the supreme shrine in your region, and devote your gratitude for your being kept alive ?

  • talisman お守り
  • shrine 神社
  • spoil  台無しにする
  • wave 波動
  • disappear 消える
  • effect 影響を与える
  • Why don’t you~? 〜してはどうですか?
  • pick up A Aをもらう
  • relatively 比較的
  • supreme 最高の
  • region 地方
  • devote 捧げる
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち
  • be kept alive 生かされている

God is all-seeing and all-knowing. If you place an order with God for your wishes in detail, it proves that you don’t believe in God at all. You don’t have to ask for something you want one by one. God knows everything. It remains silent, seeing your currents from your past lives and your spiritual development.

  • all-seeing and all-knowing 全能
  • place an order 注文を出す
  • wish 願望
  • in detail 細かく
  • prove 証明する
  • don’t have to~ 〜する必要はない
  • ask for A Aを求める
  • one by one いちいち
  • remain silent 黙ったままである
  • current 流れ
  • past life 前世
  • development 成長

The only secret of moving righteous gods is to devote gratitude to them for the starting point that you are kept alive. Whether you get some benefit or not by doing it is unknown. But, things around you will surely develop so that your soul can make the best progress. Beings beyond human beings’ imagination will take care of everything.

  • secret 秘伝
  • righteous gods 正神
  • starting point 原点
  • benefit お陰
  • unknown 分からない
  • develop 展開する
  • soul 魂
  • make progress 進歩する
  • imagination 想像力
  • take care of A Aを取りはからう

If you live with gratitude for the fact that you are alive and exist now, the whole life is led to the best direction for yourself. A few desires you are thinking are trifle. Of course,  you will experience hardships sometime in your life. But it’s like by experiencing hard times, you are paying the debts you have made in the past lives, but that you can’t recognize. Everything that happens to you will lead you to a better, thankful situations.

  • exist 存在する
  • whole 全体の
  • lead A to B AをBに導く
  • derection 方向
  • trifle  取るに足らない
  • hardship 苦難
  • pay debt 借金を返す
  • recognize 認識する
  • happen to A Aに起こる
  • thankful 有り難い
  • situation 状況

Shinsatsu is both a living thing and consumables. It is ideal to replace it with a new one once a year like a filter of an air fan. Trying to keep an old Shinsatsu is not good. Shinsatsu connects your house to shrines and receives thoughts devoted by a prayer. It is better to replace at least the Shinsatsu you’ve got from a shrine near your house. As for Shinsatsu you get at a distant shrine such as Ise, it is OK that you get it when you have a chance to visit.

  • both A and B Aであると同時にB
  • living thing 生き物
  • consumable 消耗品
  • ideal 理想
  • replace 取り替える
  • air fan 換気扇
  • connect A to B AをBに繋ぐ
  • receive 受け取る
  • thoughs 想念
  • prayer 祈る人
  • at least 少なくとも

Also, it is important for your health that you hold memorial services for your ancestors, which has a great influence on your present circumstances. If you lead daily lives with a thankful heart toward gods and your ancestors, it reflects on yourself and you will come to be put in a situation where you’re thanked by others. Being thanked by others is a really thankful situation. The content you devote to gods is given back to you. This is the only secret for you to get benefits.

  • hold a memorial service  供養する
  • ancestor 先祖
  • have influence on A Aに影響を与える
  • present 現在の
  • circumstances 状況
  • lead a life 生活を送る
  • reflect 反射する
  • come to~ 〜するようになる
  • thank 感謝する
  • others 他人
  • content 中身
  • give A back to B AをBに返す

I・KA・SHI・TE・I・TA・DA・I・TE

A・RI・GA・TO・U・GO・ZA・I・MA・SU

Thank you so much for keeping us alive.

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