Both Spiritual Healings and Remembering Gratitude have their Own Reflection

The other day, I saw a TV interview of a wife whose husband was a famous military man, who was executed as a class-A war criminal after the World War Ⅱ. Asked by an interviewer “What is a military man for you?,” she replied quietly “If an army is available, a military man would feel like using it.”

  • military man 軍人
  • execute 処刑する
  • available 入手可能な
  • feel like ~ing 〜したい気がする

To be sure, human beings tend to try what they put their heart into. For example,  Iraq war was opened by the U.S. on the basis of a trumped‐up pretext so that the U.S. government could test the latest weapons it had developed taking a huge amount of its national budget and clear the stock. Foolishly, they must have wanted to try using the weapons.

  • tend to~ 〜する傾向がある
  • trumped-up  でっち上げられた
  • budget 予算
  • stock 在庫
  • foolishly 愚かにも

Also, a man who has just learned martial arts without spirituality would feel like fighting unconsciously. Such a man can regret over what he has done and end up ruining his life as well as the other’s. The same thing can be said about the spiritual world. If you have acquired a spiritual healing at the expense of a lot of time and money and faith, you would want to try it on someone.

  • martial arts 格闘技
  • regret 後悔する
  • ruin 台無しにする
  • acquire 身につける
  • at the expense of A  Aを犠牲にして

There are various kinds of spiritual healings. The problem is that once you practices one, it conjures up a spiritual being like a switch. The atmosphere and situation when the healing is practiced or the kind of effects of the healing reveals the character of the spiritual being.

  • conjure up A Aを呼び出す
  • atmosphere 雰囲気
  • character 性格
  • reveal 明らかにする

If you have to pay for a healing, for example, there must be a wicked spiritual being behind the healer whose object is to make money, no matter how much the healer argues that the healing is effective. Also, if a spiritual healing causes a patient to move his/ her body hard or scream, such a phenomenon is caused by nothing more than a spiritual being whose shape is that of an animal, however hard the healer says that he/she is connected to God. Or if the healer uses abusive languages, the healer is just possessed with a low-level wicked spirit full of anger.

  • wicked 邪悪な
  • object 目的
  • argue 主張する
  • effective 効果的な
  • scream 叫ぶ
  • phenomenon 現象
  • abusive language 罵倒語
  • possess 憑依する

What you have to keep in mind is that those who practice spiritual healings never fail to attract a bad spiritual effect as a reflex action according to the content of the healing. For example, a healer trying to cure an illness of his/her patient  in exchange for money will take ill. In case that the healer doesn’t accept any money, the reflex action is weakened because the healer doesn’t take over the patient’s karma. In this case, a deity will take on the patient’s karma for the healer, for the deity will acquit the healer due to his/ her merciful mind and volunteer spirit.

  • never fail to~   必ず〜する
  • attract 引き付ける
  • reflex 反射
  • exchange 交換
  • take ill 病気になる
  • weaken 弱める
  • take over A Aを引き継ぐ
  • deity 神
  • acquit 無罪とする
  • mercful 慈悲深い

If a psychic gets rid of a possessing spirit in exchange for money, the psychic is sure to be possessed by the spirit. The psychic will end up in misery, no matter how much he/she pretend to be tough. But even if a healer or a psychic says it’s free, you must not feel easy. Genuine healers would do spiritual healings without saying a word before their patients know because they don’t need any reward. In this sense, healers who want something visible are lacking in ability and still immature.

  • possess 憑依する
  • misery 悲惨
  • feel easy 安心する
  • genuine 本物の
  • reward 報酬
  • ability 能力
  • immature 未熟な

The practice of holding thankful memorial services for your ancestors without expecting anything in return causes you to receive a good reflection. It makes a good karma of your being thanked or being given something. In addition, it leads you to find yourself in a great situation where you can give something to others.

  • practice 実践
  • reflexion 反射
  • thank 感謝する
  • situation 状況

So if you acquire some spiritual deed, you need to choose a good one considering its reflexion. As long as the deed is intended to give something, you don’t need to worry. Receiving money from others, in contrast, makes you receive the worst reflexion. It’s better for you to give something for free rather than trying to get something. This is the shortest cut to your truly being given something important.

  • acquire 身につける
  • deed 行為
  • intend 意図する
  • rather than~ 〜よりもむしろ
  • cut 近道

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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