Truth of Spiritual Healing – PART 3

There are some people who, receiving a message from the World of Gods, are allowed to heal others for free. They are informed of what they have to do as conditions. If they fail to meet the conditions, some will just lose their spiritual ability without committing sins, and others will have their spiritual beings behind them replaced with some evil spirits, ending up committing sins that reincarnations cannot make up for.

  • allow  許す
  • for free 無料で
  • inform 知らせる
  • commit 犯す
  • replace 取って代える
  • make up for A Aの埋め合わせをする

All who were endowed with spiritual power by the World of Gods received the same kind of message, regardless of their times they were born, nationality and ethnicity. Such true healers can understand the other ones by seeing what they say and how they live because of the subtle nuance of the message they share.

  • endow 授ける
  • regardless of A Aに関係なく
  • nationality 国籍
  • share 共有する
  1. When you heal others spiritually, you must not meddle with their karma for them to overcome.

They are allowed to heal people who have already learned important lessons from their illness and paid their debts of karma. A holy spirit expresses this by saying “Never reap it until it matures.” If a sick person is spiritually mature enough, his/ her symptoms of disease are easily disappear by just another spiritual push. Even the people who cannot walk or see can recover completely by it as long as they have good karma.

  • meddle 干渉する
  • overcome 克服する
  • express 表現する
  • reap 刈り取る
  • mature 熟す
  • as long as S+V SがVする限り

However, there are people suffering from particular illness or physical handicaps who have chosen to live like this for themselves before they were born in order that they pay their debts of karma they have made in their past lives. In this case, if you meddle in their karma and cure their diseases, you can remove the reason for their spirits to exist in this world and as the result you can shorten their lifespan and make them die sooner, wasting their precious journey of life.

  • suffer 苦しむ
  • particular 特定の
  • in order that S+V SがVする目的で
  • lifespan 寿命
  • waste 無駄にする

If a “healer” says that he/she can remove karma of others in exchange for money, he/she doesn’t know what karma is and is 100% an imposter. Genuine spiritual healers choose patients and are not allowed to advertise healing treatment. Patients cannot choose spiritual healers.

  • in exchange for A Aと交換に
  • imposter 詐欺師
  • advertise 広告する

2. If you give healing to others as the last push with the use of divine power, you must not receive money.

The holy spirts says “It’s rather desirable for you to give them some money or things.” Otherwise, your lifespan is shortened. True healers know this and they will be in a happy environment that enables them to give alms.

  • desirable 望ましい
  • otherwise さもないと
  • enable 可能にする
  • alms 施し

3. You must not let your patients know the fact that you made the last spiritual push for them.

It’s best not to meet your patients face to face and to heal them by using only your spiritual body. Genuine spiritual healers wouldn’t reveal to others that they can heal people. Advertising themselves or hanging up shingles as healers is a characteristic of typical evil healers. Even more, self-claimed healers who demand a consultation fee are out of the question.

  • face to face 面と向かって
  • reveal 明らかにする
  • shingle 看板
  • characteristic 特徴
  • even more ましてや
  • out of the question 問題外

Well, you might wonder if there are, and have been, well-known true healers? The answer is yes. There are a few though. For example, the 14th Dalai Lama use to be the real one until about ten years ago. Unfortunately, his spiritual power has been sealed up because of the issue of Tibet. I feel that, asked about his healing power, he kept saying “I cannot heal the sick,” “I don’t know what you’re talking about.” But the spiritual vibration he used to have was what true healers have. There must have been a lot of patients who were cured completely on meeting him.

  • well-known 有名な
  • seal up A Aを封印する
  • cure 治療する
  • on ~ing 〜するとすぐに

Daskalos of Cyprus (Daskalos means ” a teacher”)was also a true healer. He healed people who had some form of connection with him without telling his name. Patients who were not matured enough were not able to see him. Episodes of his healing for patients whom he selected are very impressive. He managed to keep the promises with the World of Gods to the last and left this world. However, he meddled with others’ destinies too much by meeting them directly. Though he knew the rules of the World of Gods, he was too good a person to keep them thoroughly. Because of this, he failed to merge into the common consciousness of human beings, like Buddha, Lao-tse, Christ or Ramana Maharshi, who succeeded in merging into it.

  • connection 繋がり
  • impressive  印象的な
  • destiny  運命
  • thoroughly 徹底的に
  • fail to~ 〜することができない
  • consciousness 意識

Do you want to know how much debt of karma you owe?  Take a look at the way you are, and you’ll know it. You don’t need to try to dig it up, nor flounder about. All you have to do is say “I’m grateful for being kept alive” with gratitude toward your current condition. This offsets your debt of karma effectively. After doing this, just try your best in everyday life. Also, while you live in this World of Reality, it’s important to accept whatever happens to your body. With the help of modern medicine, live your life in such a way that your Inner God can reveal itself, being grateful for your being kept alive. Those who are grateful for the starting point of life of being kept alive are all true healers who heal people around them imperceptibly.

  • owe 負っている
  • observe  観察する
  • flounder about ジタバタする
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち
  • current condition 現状
  • offset 相殺する
  • whatever なんでも
  • modern medicine 現代医療
  • imperceptibly いつの間にか

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

I AM GRATEFUL FOR BEING KEPT ALIVE

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