Have a Good Intention, and Spirits with the Same One will Come

Having a good intention is important. Don’t think “It’s a waste of time for an incompetent man like me to have a good intention,” because spiritual beings  or real humans who have the same kind of feelings as you or act like you come close to you.

  • intention  志
  • incompetent 無能な

For example, spirits wandering in the World of Reality who have attachment for gambling or drinking alcohol do wander around a busy street of a town or a betting booth or inside a bar, trying to possess a man with the same taste as the spirits so that they can satisfy their own desire. The physical body of a living man can be a medium for spirits. Once such spirits as have attachment for activities in the World of Reality have satisfied their desire through experiences of a living human being, they leave the body of the human being to look for another man again and again.

  • wander 彷徨う
  • attachment 執着
  • betting booth 馬券売り場
  • possess 憑依する
  • medium 媒介物
  • desire 欲望

After the wandering spirit leaves the body, however, the trace of having been possessed, even contemporarily, remains. Then, the man’s body becomes easy for another spirit to possess all the more for the trace. When another spirit comes close to such a man, he begins to feel like doing what the spirit wants. Some people say “The forest of neon calls me,” which is spiritually true. Every time a man with such traces is possessed by the same kind of spirits , he becomes easier and easier to be controlled by spirits before he knows, feeling more and more comfortable.

  • trace 跡
  • contemporarily 一時的に
  • the forest of neon ネオン街
  • every time S+V SがVするたびに
  • control 支配する
  • comfortable 心地よい

Living human beings who repent of their everyday thought and deeds can avoid possession by spirits and are not affected by them. To be short, it’s you who attract spirits. Many people seem to have a wrong idea about this. You don’t need to blame your problems on spirits or be afraid of spirits because it’s all up to you. Besides, the idea of getting rid of spirits causes people to have such a wrong idea. It is no accident that a man is possessed by a spirit.

  • repent 悔い改める
  • avoid 避ける
  • affect 影響する
  • to be short 要するに
  • attract 引き付ける
  • blame A on B  AをBのせいにする
  • besides さらに
  • accident 偶然

It’s wrong to think that if you have a psychic remove a spirit possessing you, you will have no problem. Spirits will never stop possessing you unless you change your mind and deeds. Having a psychic perform a ritual of exorcism causes you to be possessed by another wandering spirit, and what is more, the spiritual dirt of the psychic is attached to your body. You’ll get into more trouble. You’ll come to ask the psychic for help again and again and end up being squeezed dry.

  • unless S+V SがVしない限り
  • ritual 儀式
  • get into trouble やっかいなことになる
  • squeeze A dry Aを搾り取る

If you’re thinking that you want to do something for people, spirits with the same kind of intention will come close to you.  Such spiritual beings try to do something good in the World of Reality through living human beings. Also, having a good intention enables Inner God inside you to manifest itself and then your face will turns into a good looking one and your life will change for the better gradually. But be careful. No sooner does your intention change into a bad one than your face will turn into a bad looking one.

  • manifest oneself 顕現する
  • for the better 良い方向に
  • gradually 徐々に

It’s OK to get irritated or mourn sometimes. What’s important is that you never lose the intention to be better. As long as you have such a good intention, spirits that want to be better like you will come close. If you hold thankful memorial services for your ancestors every day and remind yourself of gratitude to the Holy Spirit all the time with a high aspiration in mind, you’ll find yourself in better situations every half a year. It’s really great for the way of thinking or doing to change. It’s a really rare thing.

  • get irritated イライラする
  • mourn 悲しむ
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち
  • rare 稀な

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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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