Parents’ Faith Influences the Future of their Children

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A long time ago, I saw a TV program made in a foreign country. It featured the secret of prodigies with high I.Q. It was a documentary program, where parents whose children were prodigies with more than 150 I.Q. were interviewed and asked to answer questionnaires for the purpose of finding out things in common.

  • prodigy 神童
  • quextionnaire アンケート
  • common 共通

Though there were nothing in common in the parents’ academic backgrounds or life habits, there was one thing in common among the parents who had children with more than 200 I.Q., an extraordinary number.

  • academic background 学歴
  • life habit 生活習慣
  • extraordinary 並外れた

As young children begin to talk, they learn to ask questions, like “What is it?” ” Why?”  “How come?” etc. All of the parents with such prodigies would often take time to think about the question together with their children without ignoring the question or saying “I’m busy right now! ” or ” I don’t know.”

  • learn to~ 〜するようになる
  • how come どうして
  • together with A  Aと一緒に
  • ignore 無視する

According to a mother in the program, one day she was asked by her four-year-old son “Why is the sky blue?” and not knowing what to say, she looked up the word in an encyclopedia and read him the items related to sky one by one. The son couldn’t understand the technical words, of course. But she kept reading it to him until he lost interest in it and stood up. In the program, she said “I’m a high school graduate, so I did it to study things myself with my son.”

  • look up A  Aを調べる
  • encyclopedia 百科事典
  • item 記事
  • related 関係した
  • technical word 専門用語

After graduating from an elementary school, her son skipped a junior and a senior high school and entered a university. His educational expenses were free and he was given living and housing expenses by the government. The other parents with prodigies would also answer their children’s questions as much as they could and think about the questions together with their children.

  • graduate 卒業する
  • educational expenses 教育費
  • government 政府

What I felt after watching the TV program was:

  1. Parents need to have great affections for their children.
  2. It’s important to develop children’s ability to concentrate by having them bend an ear to what their parents are saying even if it is beyond their understanding and the ability to continue what they are interested in. These will be an important key for success in the academic field.

Doing these simple things would be of great benefit for your children,too.

  • affection 愛情
  • develp 養う
  • concentrate 集中する
  • academic field 学業分野

The problem here is whether children can form the habit of keeping listening to their parents’ explanations. Is this disposition innate or acquired? I feel it has something to do with the spiritual magnetism of their family lines.

  • habit 習慣
  • explanation 説明
  • innate 生まれつき
  • disposition 気質
  • innate 先天的な
  • acquired 後天的な
  • magnetism 磁気

Watching the eyes of a child who is surrounded by spiritual beings emitting negative magnetism due to the clogging of the spiritual line of his family line, I find that his eyes are always moving from side to side without fixing his eyes on something. Every time a spiritual being comes into and out of his physical body, his mind is reset and his object of interest changes. Such children are very restless. They will have difficulty concentrating on study.

  • surrond 取り囲む
  • emit 放出する
  • clogging 詰まり
  • from side to side 左右に
  • every time S+V SがVする度に
  • object 対象
  • restless 落ち着きがない

If the parents of such children begin to hold grateful memorial services for their ancestral spirits and clean the spiritual lines of their family lines, the children will have stable states of mind.  They will become able to concentrate on study. That is, the correct faith parents have and the memorial services parents hold have great influences on the future of their children.

  • grateful 感謝の
  • stable 安定した
  • correct 正しい
  • faith 信仰

Children whose parents have wrong faith are pitiful, for they will suffer from a spiritual handicap. Their efforts won’t be repaid rightly. Though this is due to their own karma, they will have to go through tough times in this World of Reality. How many years and experiences will it take for them to realize this spiritual truth? It’s important to view things from the perspective of conscience so as not to go through bitter experiences.

  • pitiful かわいそうな
  • effor 努力
  • repaid 報いる
  • pitiful   哀れな
  • experience 経験
  • perspective 観点
  • conscience 良心

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.

The More Spiritual Magnetism of Dead Children Remains, the More Time it Takes for them to Rest in Peace

It is reported that mothers who had their young children or babies die can see their children growing up in their dreams. Spiritually speaking, this is possible. Such mothers can recognize the children appearing in their dreams as theirs by instinct. This phenomenon is related in part to the cause of their deaths.

  • report 報告する
  • possible ありえる
  • recognize A as B AをBと認める
  • instinct 本能
  • phenomenon 現象

In case children die by accident, their life energy remains in this world. Their physical bodies contain life energy given by God which, if they hadn’t died, would have been used. Though their physical bodies are gone, their spiritual energy is extant in this World of Reality. Unless the magnetism of their spiritual bodies is sublimed in this world, their spiritual bodies linger and they can’t rest in peace.

  • remain 残る
  • contain 含む
  • extant 存在している
  • sublime 昇華する
  • linger 居残る

Strange to say, as long as their spiritual magnetism remains in the World of Reality, their spiritual bodies grow up as if their physical ones grew up normally. This is why bereaved mothers can see their children’s spiritual bodies in their dreams.

  • as if S+V あたかもSがVするかのように
  • bereaved 肉親を亡くした

In every family lines, there are a lot of children who failed to be born into this world or died when they were very young. Dating back ten generations, you would see myriad young souls are feeling resentment. So, it’s important to offer gratitude to the whole of such souls related to you without identifying individuals.

  • family line 家系
  • fail to~  〜することができない
  • date back 遡る
  • myriad 無数の
  • resentment 憤慨
  • individual 個人

When the spiritual energy of dead children were given runs out, the development of their spiritual bodies in this world stops. And it depends on grateful memorial services for them whether they can leave this world smoothly or not. The more their spiritual energy the children had before birth is, the more magnetism to be sublimed in this World of Reality remains.

  • run out 無くなる
  • depend on A Aしだいである
  • magnetism 磁気

Because of this, there are some souls in this world whose spiritual bodies grow up to be the ones of adults. In other words, it takes time for them to rest in peace. There are exceptions, however. If there are many ancestral spirits resting in peace in a family line, souls, with the help of their ancestral spirits, can be lifted up to the spirit world in a short period of time.

  • because of A  Aのために
  • in other words 言い換えると
  • exception 例外
  • lift up A Aを引き上げる

Holding correct memorial services strongly influences especially the souls of children. Dead children whose spiritual magnetism is huge and lingers in this world would have been very active in society if they hadn’t died. Also, souls of children who died of disease leave almost no spiritual magnetism in this world, which means they had a plan before birth to be born into this world with a limited amount of spiritual energy. Since they have hardly any magnetism to be sublimed in this world, they can leave for the spirit world smoothly. Though their lifetime was very short, they savored their lives in this world on schedule.

  • correct 正しい
  • influence 影響する
  • active 活動的な
  • disease 病気
  • savor 味わう
  • on schedule 予定通りに

Whenever you suddenly remember about your dead child, his/her spiritual body is near you. Remembering him/her itself is a good offering for the child. You must not forget about your dead child as long as you live. You may feel sad, sorry, regret, etc. when you think of your dead child, but be sure to have gratitude to your child at the end. Remembering your dead child repeatedly sublimes his/her magnetism lingering in this world and leads his/her soul to rest in peace.

  • suddenly 突然
  • apology 謝罪
  • be sure to~ 必ず〜する
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち

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.

The Present You is Composed of Three Factors

天津 神様

A self living forever is a soul who has been making a long, long journey of reincarnation. Though the core of your soul never changes, its size and strength changes due to the reflection of your previous life and the way of living in this life as you have experiences of life.

  • make a journey 旅をする
  • reincarnation 転生
  • strength 強さ
  • due to A Aのために
  • reflection 反射

If journeys of individuals’ souls on this earth continue as before, when you transmigrate to the World of Reality again, a rough schedule of your next life, influenced by the spiritual magnetism you etched into space in this life, would be prepared. And according to the karma of the previous life, you would make a choice about in what country and into which family line you will be born.

  • as before 従来通り
  • transmigrate 転生する
  • influence 影響する
  • etch 刻む
  • family line 家系

But the range you can choose at birth is limited and you have to choose within the budget of your life because of the influence of magnetic attraction(=karma)you made in the previous life. Your present life is all the result of your own producing. There is no mere misfortune or unfairness at all. However, once you are born, you can overwrite and amend your life by making efforts in addition to reminding yourself of gratitude and holding memorial services for your ancestors.

  • budget 予算
  • magnetic attraction 磁力
  • mere 単なる
  • misfortune 不運
  • unfairness 不公平
  • overwrite 上書きする
  • amend 守勢する
  • make efforts 努力する
  • in addition to ~ing 〜することに加えて
  • remind oneself of A Aを想起する
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち
  • ancestor 先祖

On choosing a country where you are born, a spirit of the country you chose, according to the level of your soul, would come to meet you from the World of Gods. And then the spirt would help you to choose a family line you are born into.

  1. an eternal self traveling forever
  2. a spirit of the country you’re born in … Inner God=Ubusungami(産土神, part of the Original God)
  3. a family line you’re born into… from which you borrow your physical body( you’re under the influence of your ancestral spirits as long as you live)
  • the World of Gods 神界
  • help A to~ Aが〜するのを助ける
  • eternal 永遠の
  • Inner God 内在神
  • the Original God 根源神
  • as long as S+V SがVする限り

The present you is the aggregate of these three factors. All you have to do is to develop your Inner God in your heart, while reducing the influence of your ancestral spirits by holding memorial services for them. Those who were born in Japan, including people with foreign blood, will reach Amaterasu-oho-mi-kami(天照太御神)if they develop their Inner God to the utmost limit.

  • aggregate 集合体
  • develop 発達させる
  • reduce 減らす
  • including A Aを含めて
  • to the utmost limit 極限まで

This World of Reality is tough, where if you cling to things or forget gratitude to the present situations, you are set to suffer. This is a law of the World of Reality. If you lead a life holding memorial services for your ancestors without forgetting gratitude to them, you will come to enjoy your life, going to the right direction.

  • cling to A Aに固執する
  • be set to~ 〜することになっている
  • suffer 苦しむ
  • lead a life 生活を送る
  • come to~ 〜するようになる
  • direction 方向

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 us alive.

Christians and the Memorial Service for Ancestors

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In Christianity, to the best of my knowledge, the concept of memorial services for ancestors is not emphasized very much. But I feel that the states of ancestors do have influences on their descendants all the time in life. This is because human beings are connected to their ancestors through spiritual lines, or genes,  all the time.

  • to the best of one’s knowledge 〜の知る限り
  • concept 概念
  • emphasize 強調する
  • state 状態
  • influence 影響
  • descendant 子孫
  • all the time いつも
  • be connected to A Aにつながっている
  • gene 遺伝子

If you were a Christian and your parents or grandparents had passed away with unsatisfied feelings, worries, or attachment to this world in their minds, they would stay around you now unable to go to the spiritual world for Christians. As long as a soul stays in this world with attachment to this world, the state of mind of the moment of his/her death is fixed and hardened as it is in the World of Reality. Though you cannot see your ancestral spirits, you will be affected by the negative energy of magnetism your ancestral spirits emit who stay around you and try to appeal you to do something for them, when you’ll get irritated or mad easily for no reason. With this state of mind, you’ll make a wrong decision and go into vicious cycle by yourself.

pass away 亡くなる

unsatisfied 満たされない

attachment 執着

as long as S+V SがVする限り

fix 固定する

harden 固める

affect 影響する

magnetism 磁気

emit 放出する

get irritated イライラする

make a decision 決断を下す

vicious cycle 悪循環

Also, if a Christian passed away with regrets over things in this world or strong feelings of anger, his/her thought energy would be likely to linger in the World of Reality and they would try to revenge themselves on their enemies unable to go to the spiritual world for Christians. Unable to affect them directly because of the lack of their physical bodies, they would try to make misfortunes happen to them.

  • regret 後悔
  • anger 怒り
  • linger 滞留する
  • revenge oneself on A Aに復讐する
  • enemy 敵
  • lead A to~ Aに〜するよう仕向ける

The problem is what will happen to them after accomplishing their aims. They couldn’t go to the world for Christians however hard they try. Because their spirits have stayed too long in this world, their thought energy of the moment of their death is frozen. Even if they succeed in their revenge, the feelings of anger not disarmed, they would try to lead another person to death.

  • accomplish 成し遂げる
  • aim 目的
  • disarm 和らげる

If their feelings are as they are, they won’t see any angels coming for you from the spiritual world for Christians. Because the mind of revenge doesn’t match with the wavelength of angels, they cannot meet each other. They will end up in wandering in this world with the hatred and go to their living descendants after all.

  • match 合う
  • wavelength 波長
  • end up ~ing 結局は〜することになる
  • wander 彷徨う
  • hatred 憎しみ
  • after all 結局は

Unfortunate ancestral spirits of this kind are invisible, but their descendants are affected by them because they are always flowing around their descendants and giving off magnetic energy of anger all the time. And the descendants are likely to follow the same fate as their ancestors’ after all because they’re always affected by such ancestors’ magnetic waves. There are many cases that descendants lead the same kind of life as their ancestors.

  • unfortunate 不運な
  • invisible 目に見えない
  • give off A Aを放つ
  • be likely to~ 〜しそうである
  • fate 運命

Well, to save this kind of unfortunate ancestral spirits, it’s the most effective for their living descendants to offer gratitude to them. Dare to offer gratitude to such ancestral spirits in anger. As descendants don’t know which ancestral spirit is in suffer, it’s better to offer gratitude to the whole ancestral spirits.

  • effective 効果的な
  • offer 捧げる
  • dare to~ あえて〜する

This is not to worship them just like you worship God. It’s natural for Christians to worship Christ. The memorial service is held to offer gratitude to ancestral spirits with a view to consoling them. In holding it, please offer gratitude of “Thank you so much for keeping us alive” to them, for it is because our ancestors  lived in the past that we descendants can be alive now. This way has very strong effects on the invisible world.

  • worship 崇拝する
  • with a view to A Aの目的で
  • console 慰める
  • effect 影響

You must not make any wish to your ancestral spirits. If you do so, they’ll be bewildered and begin to suffer because they cannot make your wishes come true however hard they try. Then the vibration of suffer they emit will have bad influences on you and bad situations will actually appear before you.

  • must not~ 〜してはならない
  • make a wish 願い事をする
  • bewilder 当惑させる
  • actually 実際に

I feel that in areas where the number of people who have a lot of unsatisfied ancestral spirits is large, there are likely to be a tendency for troubles between inhabitants or accidents to occur. If people can have a large mind full of gratitude each, the society where they live will become peaceful naturally. For each of our minds to be satisfied, it is essential that each of us hold memorial services at home for our ancestors.

  • unsatisfied 満足していない
  • tendency 傾向
  • inhabitant 住民
  • essential 必要不可欠な

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 us alive.

The Meaning of The Third Incense Stick

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As for the words you say in holding a memorial service for your ancestors, you can use your own words or make a change to them as long as they mean gratitude to your ancestors. But I hope that you say “I Ka Shi Te I Ta Da I Te  A Ri Ga To U Go Za I Ma Su” meaning “Thank you so much for keeping us alive” because they have an important spiritual meaning.

  • as for A Aに関して言えば
  • make a change to A Aに変更を加える
  • as long as S+V SがVする限り
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち
  • meaning  意味

Well, after offering two incense sticks, you offer the third one. This has a spiritual meaning. In the way of Ise-Hakusan Dou, when you have a memorial service for your ancestral spirits and the spirits who have something to do with you, all you need is a Tanzaku(短冊, a strip of paper)or a memorial tablet for spirits to stay at temporarily like a perch with the words “The Place For Spirits Of So-and-So Family” written on it.

  • incense stick 線香
  • have something to do with A Aと何らかの関係がある
  • memorial tablet 位牌
  • perch 止まり木

No matter how complicated the situations you’re in, you have to write your own surname you’re now using on the Tanzaku. If you change your surname, you have to change the name on it, too. Using Yorishiro(寄り代), or a place for spirts to stay at, you console your ancestral spirits who have the same surname as yours preferentially.This is because you have to increase the number of ancestral spirits who have been relieved by memorial services and then have them help other related spirits.

  • complicated 複雑な
  • surname 氏名
  • console 慰める
  • preferentially 優先的に
  • increase 増やす
  • related 関係した

If you expanded the object of a memorial service by writing your family name and all other related family names on the Tanzaku or memorial tablet, the memorial service would be halfway for each of the family lines and as the result you couldn’t accomplish its intended purpose because the object is too broad. Keep in mind that there are a huge number of ancestors in your family line only.

  • expand 広げる
  • object 対象
  • halfway 中途半端
  • accomplish 成し遂げる
  • intended 意図された
  • purpose 目的
  • keep A in mind Aを心に留めておく

To prevent this, it’s better not to write the names of other related family lines on the Tanzaku intentionally and instead to take care of them by offering the third incense stick. By offering it, you can console the spirits who have something to do with you one by one according to the need. I know from my long experience and spiritual sense that holding memorial services for ancestors does have practical effects on the person who holds it eventually.

  • prevent 防ぐ
  • intentionally 意図的に
  • instead 代わりに
  • according to A Aに応じて
  • practical 実際的な
  • effect 影響
  • eventually 最終的には

A lot of spirits who need memorial services are in suffer. They are suffering so much that they afford no ease and reassurance. I learned from a special topic of a TV documentary program I saw before that the biggest factor of fights between prisoners is a little difference of the amount of meals served to them and the order of serving is also important. It’s hard to understand in an affluent, free society, but it could be a conflict of life and death in such a closed space. In the TV program, a prisoner, who was selected from among the prisoners regularly, was checking the amount of each meals with a ruler. This is not a funny thing but a serious matter.

  • suffer 苦しみ
  • afford A Aの余裕がある
  • reassurance 安心
  • factor 要因
  • conflict 喧嘩
  • prisoner 囚人
  • difference 違い
  • serve 出す
  • affluent 豊かな
  • conflict 争い
  • ruler 定規

The same kind of thing exists between ancestral spirits and other related ones. It’s important to offer two incense sticks to your ancestral spirits first, and after that to offer one incense stick to other related ones. This is not discrimination against spirits. This way of offering incense sticks is to make much of the relationship between spirits and the person who offers them. First you console your ancestral spirits who have the same surname as yours and then have them help other spirits related to you.

  • exist 存在する
  • discrimination 差別
  • make much of A Aを重視する
  • relationship 関係

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 us alive.

Harmful Results of the System of Husband and Wife Retaining Separate Family Names

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There are old couples who resemble each other in face and atmosphere. They didn’t resemble each other when they were young.

  • resemble 似ている
  • each other お互い
  • atmosphere 雰囲気

There are a lot of reasons for this. For example, they eat the same thing for many years or they live in the same environment or a wife takes in her partner’s protein during intercourse.  But the most influential reason is they are connected to the same spiritual line of the husband’s family line. They, sharing the similar atmosphere, have the same surname, as a matter of course.

  • intercourse 性交
  • surname 姓名
  • as a matter of course 当然のこととして

If they call themselves a different surname, their spiritual lines they’re connected to are different. In the system of husband and wife retaining separate family names, wives remain connected to their family line. Wives are affected, for better or worse, by their family line through its spiritual line. Spiritual energy wives’ spiritual bodies receive comes from the family line of their family homes.

  • affect 影響する
  • retain 保持する
  • separate 別々の
  • for better or worse 善かれ悪しかれ

Therefore, if a husband and a wife uses a different surname, even if they are married, they are just living together in the same house because they’re affected by different spiritual backgrounds. They cannot be a true couple who can open up to each other profoundly. Wives would be apt to be concerned about their family home and they’re likely to end up doing chores for her own family.

  • open up 心を打ち明ける
  • profoundly 深く
  • be concerned about A Aを気にかける
  • be likely to~ 〜しそうである
  • end up ~ing 〜するはめになる
  • chore 家事

Once a husband and a wife whose spiritual backgrounds are different have a fight with each other, they can split up unable to back down. This is because their guardian spirits are different and they belong to different family lines. They would find it difficult to meet each other halfway and compromise.

  • once S+V いったんSがVすると
  • split up 溝ができる
  • back down 引き下がる
  • belong to A Aに属する
  • meet A halfway 折れる
  • compromise 妥協する

Should the system of husband and wife retaining separate family names be granted here in Japan too, divorce rate are sure to rise and as a result children will suffer and Japan will be shaken to its foundations.

  • grant 認める
  • divorce rate 離婚率
  • be sure to~ 必ず〜する
  • suffer from A Aに苦しむ
  • be shaken to its foundations 根底から揺らぐ

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 us alive.

In a memorial service, a family line is more important than blood relationship.

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In holding a memorial service for ancestors, some people care about their blood relationship, but the truth is it is not important. What’s important is a family line.

  • blood relationship 血のつながり
  • the truth is 実は
  • family line 家系

There is a spiritual current, or a spiritual domicile, of ancestral spirits related to a certain family name. A memorial service is held to heal ancestral spirits who have not rested in peace yet in the spiritual current. The souls of ancestral spirits who have already rested in peace might be going on a new journey of their soul using a different family line in a different country after leaving the family line.

  • current 流れ
  • domicile 籍
  • related 関係した
  • heal 癒やす
  • rest in peace 成仏する
  • journey 旅

Usually your race and gender were both different in the previous life from those of the present. Before you were born, you chose a family line to come into being considering the amount of task you would have to go through and accomplish.

  • race 人種
  • gender 性別
  • consider 考える
  • amount 量
  • task 課題
  • accomplish 成し遂げる

When you are born into the family line, you are usually born a child of a family related to the family line, but some souls have a plan in advance to be adopted by a different family of a different family line from the family he was born into. Woman who get married tend to have a strong connection by fate with the spiritual line of the family of her husband she is going to marry.

  • in advance 予め
  • adopt A Aを養子にする
  • tend to~ 〜する傾向がある
  • by fate 運命的に
  • marry 結婚する

Human beings experience their lives in this world with “the genes of their physical body”and “the spiritual current of their ancestral spirits” of their family line projected on their physical body and spiritual body. In the case of adoption or a married woman, their physical genes and spiritual domicile change into those of a new family line in the middle of their life.

  • gene 遺伝子
  • in the middle 途中で

The physical genes are not important, spiritually speaking. Because a man marries a woman of a different family line and has children, the blood relation gets thinner and thinner as marriage is repeated. On the other hand, the spiritual domicile is where a lot of souls impress and accumulate their various thought and experiences using a certain family line and experiencing their lives. The spiritual domicile gets thicker and thicker as opposed to the blood relation.

  • thin 薄い
  • repeat 繰り返す
  • on the other hand 一方
  • impress 刻む
  • accumulate 蓄積する
  • various 様々な
  • as opposed to A Aと対照的に

For example, there was a family line which enjoyed a special benefit because of praying to a certain spiritual being. The members of the family line succeeded in business but all of them had trouble with their left eye. If it had been because of a gene defect, the brides coming from a different family line would not have had such a trouble. But they did have trouble with their left eye, too.

  • enjoy 享受する
  • benefit 恩恵
  • pray  祈る
  • being 存在
  • succeed 成功する
  • have trouble with A Aを患う
  • defect 欠陥
  • bride 嫁

This was due to the interference by the spiritual being with the spiritual domicile of the family line, which means that the domicile of a family line has more powerful influence on a living human being in this world than the blood relationship.

  • be due to A Aが原因である
  • interference 干渉
  • mean 意味する

One of the reasons why a family line dies out is that the spiritual line of a family is so short because of the lack of memorial services that souls who try to learn many lessons using a family line cannot come. Or there are a lot of cases where souls who match with a family line cannot come because of too much bad karma accumulated in the family line. There is also a rare case where the spiritual line of a family line is too purified for souls to come to learn many lessons.

  • reason 理由
  • die out 絶える
  • so~that… とても〜なので…
  • the lack of A  Aがないこと
  • accumulation 蓄積
  • karma 因縁
  • too…to~ とても…なので〜することができない
  • purified 浄化されて

As for the history of a surname system, the name of a house, which stood for a family name before the system started, had been succeeded in an unbroken line in Japan and when the system started, some Chinese character related to the name of a house was adopted as part of a surname. So the spiritual domicile as a spiritual mark has been connected to the present surname.

  • as for A Aに関していえば
  • stand for A Aを表す
  • succeed 継承する
  • in an unbroken line 連綿と
  • adopt 採用する
  • connect A  Aをつなぐ

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