Truth Hidden in the Shakuson’s Words

森羅万象第6巻 表紙

One day, a man who kept on reviling Shakuson asked him, “Why don’t you talk back to me?” Shakuson replied, “Suppose you send a gift to someone. If the person refuses to receive it, whose do you think the gift is?” On hearing this, the man felt ashamed for what he had done. Some of the life stories of Shakuson that have been passed on after he died contain some deep spiritual truth. The story above is one of them.

  • revile 罵る
  • talk back 言い返す
  • reply 返答する
  • suppose 仮定する
  • feel ashamed 恥じる

Abusive languages contain spiritual magnetism of abuse. But, even if the magnetism of abuse is thrown at you, it passes through you easily, as long as you have nothing to deserve it. You won’t even feel like speaking against. You won’t feel any attachment to the abusive languages, thinking “He’s just misunderstanding me. He’ll understand me later”, “I know what I’m doing is a right thing to do, so I don’t care what they say to me” and so on. In short, you’re in the state of confidence.

  • magnetism 磁気
  • deserve 値する
  • feel like ~ing 〜したい気がする
  • confidence 自信

The magnetism of abusive languages, when the other refuses to receive it, returns the person who said them, just as curses are returned to the one who curses twice as strongly. He that emitted the magnetism of curse ends up being covered with the magnetism. It’s difficult for such a person to have a stable state of mind. Those who are short tempered will be easier and easier to get angry. I sometimes admire such a man, wondering “How can he be so mad at such a trifle thing?” Being in this state of mind will make them come across similar people to them because of the law of attraction by the spiritual light of the sun, and will end up hurting each other physically and mentally. They will go down to a miserable life by themselves.

  • refuse 断る
  • stable 安定した
  • short tempered 短気な
  • admire 感心する
  • similar 似ている
  • attraction 引きつけ
  • hurt 傷つける
  • miserable 惨めな

When you’re reviled, you’ll try to defend yourself by instinct if you know you’re to blame or you have a guilty conscience. You’ll feel like justifying yourself convincing yourself that it’s not your fault, and want to revile the other. This means that you’re responding to the magnetism from the other and you have received it. You two are throwing a bad magnetism at each other. In the eyes of a passerby, you look the same.

  • defend 守る
  • instinct 本能
  • be to blame 責められるべき
  • conscience 良心
  • justify 正当化する
  • convince 納得させる
  • respond 反応する
  • passerby 通りがかりの人

This phenomenon explains why it’s bad for a psychic, or a guru, to receive money from a person who wants to have counseling. When a psychic uses the name of God and, making a poor person expect something miraculous to happen, receives money, he takes over the spiritual karma or dirt from the poor person in exchange for money.  The more money he makes, the more bad karma and spiritual dirt he accumulates.

  • phenomenon 現象
  • take over A Aを引き継ぐ
  • accumulate 蓄積する

Such an unscrupulous psychic who make money using the name of God will go to Hell. But the problem is that the person who gets in touch with the psychic also gets involved in the huge spiritual dirt the psychic has. As a result, after a little temporary improvement, the poor person will find his situation getting worse and try to give all the more money to the psychic because of a sense of fear.  The person will be crying having lost all money and everything. This is an old typical pattern that has been repeated since a long time ago. I hope that more and more people will believe in their own Inner God and live strong.

  • unscrupulous 悪徳の
  • temporary 一時的な
  • improvement 改善
  • sense of fear 恐怖感

生かして頂いて ありがとう御座位ます

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 me/us alive.

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