Founder of a Religion who Passed away like a Star – PART 2

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He himself said “The spiritual being who forced me to write down what it said is more than ordinary mediums can handle.” I thought he said a good thing, for the spiritual being is never such a low-level one as speaks too much.

  • force 強いる
  • ordinary 並みの
  • medium 霊媒
  • hadle 扱う

Since his saying lingered in my mind, I tried visiting a facility of his religion located in Kansai region when I was a college student, wondering what the religion was like. Being an outsider, I just walked around the facility, though. What I first perceived in walking there was that the facility was built on where a lot of worriers had been killed in a battle. Their lingering thought energy was so strong that I suspected the site used to be a graveyard. On wondering why this place was chosen as the site, I found out that the place had been the mountain of Inari-shin(稲荷神), where I saw a lot of fox spirits. The spiritual being behind him made him choose the place.

  • since S+V SはVするので
  • linger いつまでも残る
  • facility 施設
  • perceive 知覚する
  • site 用地
  • suspect ではないかと思う

Though I was a mere student, I knew where his soul came from. A long, long time ago, he was the first to bring an ear of rice from where Amatearsu-o-ho-mi-kami(天照太御神) lived to this World of Reality. I remember witnessing him doing it from a distance. His soul was reincarnated as Deguchi Onizaburo(出口王仁三郎) and born into this world. He came to this world  for the purpose of telling people that all human beings who were born in Japan are all children of Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami. His subordinate fox spirits ran about in this world with his book in their mouth.

  • mere 単なる
  • witness 目撃する
  • from a distance 遠くから
  • purpose 目的
  • subordinate 従属した

I thought then that the believers were in danger who meditate at the place filled with negative thought energy. Thinking that the spirit behind him must be maintaining his religious organization by creating “miracles,” I looked up the sky, when I saw a cloud like Shachioko(鯱鉾), a mythical carp with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. The cloud was coming from the World of Ryugu(龍宮). My kenzoku-shin(眷属神) told me that it was supporting his religion. I asked until when it’s going to support it. My kenzoku-shin replied “Until the end of Showa era.”

  • meditate 瞑想する
  • maintain 維持する
  • support 支援する
  • reply 返答する

Having completed his mission of telling people that they are all children of Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami, his soul returned to Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami. His wife is saying to me that though he died with his group as it was for lovable believers, she should have broken it up except his publishing company according to the divine will and that only 63 people of his relatives and stuffs should be allowed to make a living through the publication of his books.

  • complete 終える
  • mission 使命
  • lovable 愛すべき
  • except A Aを除いて
  • divine 神の

She is sorry for the staffs of the group, for once they come back to the other world, they are supposed to be judged severely because of the sin of making money in the name of God. All divine services and rituals must be performed seriously and for your life. Take the account above for a groundless wild tale, please.

  • once S+V いったんSがVすると
  • be supposed to~  〜することになっている
  • judge 判断される
  • divine 神の
  • account 記述
  • groundless 根拠のない

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Truth of Spiritual Healing – PART 1

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Spiritual beings are involved in spiritual healing, where a guru, a healer or a psychic uses the name of God, an angel or a visitor from space. Though there are many types of healings, most gurus or healers have gained their healing ability after almost dying from a serious, sudden fever or recovering from an incurable disease, which means that they were possessed by spiritual beings. It was when they fell seriously ill that they were possessed. Their lives were virtually over at that time. They are no better than the spirits’ puppets after this.

  • involved  関与した
  • gain 手に入れる
  • ability 能力
  • fever 熱
  • incurable 不治の
  • possess 憑依する
  • virtually 実質的に
  • puppet 操り人形

If gurus possessed by spirits were not born with spiritual ability or gained their spiritual power suddenly because of possession, or they demand money from those in trouble, the true identities of the spirits behind them are demons pretending to be God. The problem is that the gurus assume the spirits to be God or want to believe them to be God because they are unsure what the spirits really are.

  • suddenly 突然
  • demand 要求する
  • true identity 正体
  • demon 魔物
  • pretend ふりをする
  • assume 思い込む
  • unsure よくわからない

The spirits can reveal themselves before the gurus die. When gurus are so physically weak that their spiritual bodies are about to leave their physical bodies, the spirits appear on the surface of their bodies. A guru, with his skin having a pattern of scale, died in agony crawling like a snake. Another guru died insane pointing to a corner of the hospital room.

  • reveal 明らかにする
  • weak 弱い
  • surface 表面
  • scale ウロコ
  • agony 苦悶
  • crawl 這う
  • insane 狂って

A certain founder of a religious group called the leaders of the group together and confessed to them that what he had believed in was not God, and ordered them to break up the group and run away. After he died, the leaders, unable to break up the group because it was too lucrative to bring to an end, continued its administration, changing the teachings and the object of veneration little by little.

  • founder 創始者
  • confess 告白する
  • order 命令する
  • lucrative 儲かる
  • administration うえん
  • object 対象
  • veneration 崇拝

Most pitiful are the believers. They didn’t know what was going on among the leaders, devoting their precious time with their families and what little money they had to the religious group. They, including their family members, are being robbed of their life energy by the demon behind the group. Many of them are likely to have cancer or suffer from incapacitating illness in later years due to allergic reaction caused by the attachment of spiritual dirt to their spiritual bodies.

  • pitiful  かわいそうな
  • devote 捧げる
  • precious 貴重な
  • what little money なけなしのお金
  • rob A of B AからBを奪う
  • be likely to~ 〜しそうである
  • due to A  Aのために
  • attachment 付着

Even a young man full of energy would be in a miserable plight by the time he turns forty if he keeps on giving spiritual healings to others for ten years. Spiritual healings by young people are very effective because they uses their young life energy. They may be serious and pure, but at the end of the spiritual line connected to his healings is a demon taking in life energy. The person being offered the healing is also connected to the spiritual line of the demon.

  • miserable 悲惨な
  • plight 苦境
  • effective 効果がある
  • take in A Aを取り込む
  • connect 繋げる

The improvement at an early stage you can see in a spiritual healing is due to the resistance of your physical body against magnetism of others, which is an alien substance to your physical and spiritual body. The fact is the resistance of your body against the spiritual dirt causes the temporary improvement.

  • improvement 改善
  • resistance 抵抗
  • magnetsim 磁気
  • alien substance 異物

Just as wrong blood transfusion leads a patient to death, spiritual healing, wrong transfusion of another’s magnetism, is fatal to the receiver. As you are given spiritual healing again and again, the effect becomes less and less remarkable and your body and life energy will be weaker and weaker. This is why most healers die before they turn sixty. Your ancestral spirits, interrupted by the magnetism of the demon, try to protect you, but the power of the demon who has caught a prey is so strong.

  • blood transfusion 輸血
  • patient 患者
  • fatal 致命的な
  • remarkable 目立つ
  • interrupt 邪魔する
  • prey 獲物

To be sure, some people are allowed by the World of Gods to give healings to others. But they have received rules and conditions about spiritual healings as divine messages. These rules and conditions are common regardless of times, nationality and ethnicity. Ask a healer if he/she knows about this or make sure he/she gives spiritual healings in the right way, and you’ll know what kind of spirit behind the healer is.

To be continued.

  • allow  A to ~   Aが〜するのを許す
  • condition 条件
  • divine 神の
  • common 共通の
  • regardless of A Aに関係なく
  • ethnicity 民族

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Being Positive Heals Sick Families and Friends

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There seem a lot of people who have depressed and anguished feelings, caring about sick families. They have to know that they can’t cure others’ diseases however hard they worry. Worrying too much would damage their own health, which makes the situation much worse.

  • depressed 憂鬱な
  • anguished 苦悶の
  • relative 親戚
  • disease 病気
  • situation 状況

Diseases are a consequence of your state of mind. Modern medicine can deal with the consequence as a supportive measure. Techniques of modern medicine have developed largely to be sure, but the fundamental cause of diseases is still unknown and often not paid attention to. It’s been regarded as outside of medical science and in the field of psychology or religion somehow.

  • consequence 結果
  • state 状態
  • modern 現代の
  • fundamental 根本的な

This is because human beings don’t know why life arises, after all. If invisible human mind is unraveled by science, the universe, seemingly unrelated to human mind, will be unraveled, too.

  • arise 生じる
  • invisible 見えない
  • unravel 解明する
  • unrelated 無関係の

The universe has the only one mind, which is the same as yours. People can understand each other’s emotional pain. This is not so much because they have the ability to imagine as because they share the same mind. Imagine you have a family or friend suffering from a disease. At this very moment, your mind is near the person. So, if you lift up your heart and send your gratitude to the person, you can heal him/her without saying anything. This is what true spiritual healers do.

  • emotional 感情的な
  • ability 能力
  • share 共有する
  • imagine 想像する
  • suffer 苦しむ
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち

Or, what if your child is mentally ill? Then you must not be pessimistic about your child’s future, spending your time in a blue mood. Enjoy your life and live positively, which will do much good to your child. Your child may make sarcastic remarks like “You look happy don’t you, huh?” But, at the bottom of his/her heart, your child is feeling relieved.

  • pessimistic 悲観的な
  • positively 積極的に
  • sarcastic 皮肉な

Most traditional religions or spiritual methods are apt to make people feel gloomy. They oppress people and make them depressed, for if the believers or clients should awaken and become light of heart, such religious groups or healers can’t make money or maintain their organizations by threatening or instilling a feeling of fear into them. Also, nonsensical incantations are no better than a placebo. It can only give you a false, temporary feeling of relief.

  • traditional 従来の
  • gloomy 陰鬱な
  • oppress 抑圧する
  • threaten 脅す
  • instill 植え付ける
  • incantation 呪文
  • false 偽の

You are like an end of a rope extending from the one and only mind, namely the Primordial Being. The part between you and the mind is like your ancestors. If the rope had been broken, you wouldn’t be here. Even if it’s not broken, the loosen fibers of the rope make the end loose.  Holding grateful memorial services for your ancestral spirits and reminding yourself of gratitude toward the one and only mind bunches the loosen fibers together and braces up the whole rope.

  • primordial 原初の
  • fiber 繊維
  • remind 思い出させる
  • bunch  束ねる
  • brace up A Aを引き締める

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Third DNA Chain and Diseases

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What I experienced in Osaka when I was young was so fun and interesting that I couldn’t buy it at any price. I, a nameless young man who didn’t belong to any religious group, enjoyed the company of founders of new religions with thousands of believers, or leaders of large religious organizations with tens of thousands of believers.

  • experience 経験する
  • nameless 無名の
  • company 付き合い
  • founder 創立者
  • organization 組織

Thanks to this experience, I was able to see the core of various religions or religious business from a large point of view. Without this knowledge, I couldn’t write this blog now. Thinking back now, a spiritual being behind me must’ve led me to see the religious world. I saw a lot of believers who spent a lot of money and time on the religion over many years come to no good.

  • point of view 視点
  • think back 思い返す
  • lead A to~  Aに〜するよう仕向ける
  • spend 費やす
  • come to no good 何にもならない

Also, I was able to know the secret of each religion and got the truth out of religious founders and leaders for free. Since I touched all of what the originators acquired for their lives during the same period at once, I could associate them and get a unified notion. If you read past posts of this blog many times, you’ll know what I’m trying to say according to your power of understanding.

  • secret 秘密
  • for free 無料で
  • acquire 獲得する
  • unified 統一的な
  • notion 考え

By the way, “healing religions” that cure people’s diseases have flourished again and again in Japan since the end of the World War II. Such religions have still existed from small to large. For example, in Showa era, a religious group sold a strange seal and it sold well. It must’ve brought 10 billion yen to the group, including the sale of related goods. They insisted that the seal, which looked like a tail of an animal, could cure diseases, relieve pain, prosper business, prevent accidents, repair broken TV sets and so on. I could adjust my TV set by hitting it in those days though.

  • cure 治す
  • disease 病気
  • flourish 栄える
  • billion 10億
  • related goods 関連グッズ
  • prosper 繁栄させる

When the founder of this cult religion was worried over his work and thinking about killing himself,  he had a high fever and was in ill health of unknown origin for several days. Recovering from his illness, he found himself having the power to cure patients miraculously by just touching them. This was because nonbelievers worrying about something are easily possessed by spirits from the World of the Dead.

  • fever 熱
  • unknown origin 原因不明
  • patient 患者
  • nonbeliever 信仰のない者
  • the World of the Dead 幽界

A spirit possessing another founder of a religion was from the World of the Dead of space. It was like a black alien whose mouse extended from ear to ear. It sucked up life energy from a person in difficulty and transferred it to another sick person, causing a  choreographed temporary improvement of the disease. When it transfers the life energy from the former to the latter, it eats part of the energy like interest and continues doing this like pyramid scheme. Because of this, a lot of members of the cult group had their life time shortened or their disease became worse suddenly and died.

  • extend  伸びる
  • suck up 吸い上げる
  • choreographed 演出された
  • temporary  一時的な
  • improvement 改善
  • interest 利子
  • pyramid scheme ネズミ講
  • shorten 短くさせる

The feigned temporary improvement was not followed up, so only miraculous events were focused on and spread widely. All miraculous stories of improvement of diseases have the same background. In short, hoping for miracles makes you unhappy after all. The true improvement of diseases become possible by returning to where your life came from.

  • feigned 偽の
  • in short 短く言えば
  • possible 可能な
  • return 戻る

Your physical body was given by your parents. This is the very miracle of something being created out of nothing. Your parents were born from their parents, too. If your disease should be caused by some spiritual problem, though most diseases are not in fact, you can easily cure it by repairing your damaged spiritual genes.

  • create 創造する
  • most 大抵の
  • repair 修復する
  • gene 遺伝子

How? All you have to do is hold grateful memorial services for your ancestors. If you practice it, you can accumulate karma that cures your disease before you know it. Offering three incense sticks to your ancestral spirits renews your genes beyond dimensions. Two DNA chains would be incomplete. There exists another invisible DNA chain of the spiritual body. If the modern biology knows the existence of the third DNA chain and is restructured, a new evolutionary theory will be born.

  • grateful 感謝の
  • before you know it 知らぬ間に
  • incense stick 線香
  • renew 再生させる
  • dimension 次元
  • exist 存在する
  • evlolutionary 進化の

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Religions the True God is not Involved in Need Rules that Bind People with

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After the World War II, GHQ, General Headquarters of the Allied Forces, ascribed the “frantic” attack of Japanese Army to State Shinto. GHQ must’ve planned to destroy shinto shrines all over Japan.

  • ascribe A to B  AをBのせいにする
  • state 国家
  • destroy 破壊する

The damage Japanese Army did to the US army was much bigger than expected. GHQ assumed that the frantic actions of the Japanese soldiers without fear were due to their fanatical religious cult.

  • assume 思い込む
  • frantic 半狂乱の
  • fanatical 熱狂的な

GHQ must’ve been surprised to find that there were a lot of religions in Japan, such as Shintoism, Buddhism and Christianity, and that they co-existed without uniformity. There are myriads of gods in Shintoism and each of them is worshipped by people, which must’ve been beyond Christians’ understanding.

  • lack 欠く
  • uniformity 統一性
  • myriads of A 無数のA
  • worship 崇拝する

* Who is the founder of Shintoism? None. Though His Imperial Majesty holds Shintoism in high estimation, there have been a lot of shinto shrines the Emperor has nothing to do with all over Japan since ancient times.

  • founder 創立者
  • estimation 評価
  • anctent times 古代

*What’s the doctrine of Shintoism? What does Kami, or God in Shintoism, look like? Shintoism has no doctrine and Kami has no figure. I dare say that it has a custom that rice and vegetables are offered to Kami with gratitude. Because Kami is invisible, the space for Kami is prepared in a room of a shrine.

  • doctrine 教義
  • figure 姿
  • dare   あえて〜する
  • custom 慣習
  • graitude 感謝の気持ち

* Are there any rules or penal regulations in Shintoism? None. But it’s traditionally prohibited to enter a sacred mountain with a shrine standing on it and to cut trees there without permission. People visit shrines voluntarily and randomly.

  • penal 罰の
  • sacred 神聖な
  • prohibit 禁止する
  • voluntarily 自発的に

Shintoism must’ve been unbelievable for Christians of GHQ who read the Bible every day and went to Church on Sundays to hear preaching. Why could Shintoism band the Japanese together without any rules? The more they tried to unravel the mystery, the more puzzled they became.

  • preaching 説教
  • band A together Aをまとめる
  • unravel 解明する
  • puzzeld 当惑する

Shintoism is the most advanced in spirituality of all religions. The practical power of Kami is really great. Shintoism has been supported and maintained by the Japanese for thousands of years without any rules that bind them with, which would be impossible without God’s intention. The fact that people have believed in Shintoism voluntarily for such a long time proves the existence of God.

  • advanced 進んでいる
  • maintain 維持する
  • intention 意図
  • existence 存在

Religions that have faith in false gods need rules that bind believers with. That the Japanese have visited Shinto shrines out of their own free proves that the true God is involved in Shintoism. Similarly, you should hold memorial services for your ancestral spirits voluntarily and naturally to appease them, not to get rid of your worries or out of fear.

  • false 偽の
  • free will 自由意志
  • involved 関与して
  • similarly  同様に
  • appease 慰める
  • get rid of A Aをなくす

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Treasure every moment, for it will never recur.

A chair or table in front of you will turn into dust in tens of thousands of years. The chair equals dust. If you look at these at the same time, you can’t identify one with the other. In short, things turn into something else in the course of time.

  • dust 誇り
  • identify 同一視する
  • in short 要するに

As you remind yourself of gratitude for being kept alive in everyday life, the frequency of vibration of your spiritual body gets higher and higher and as the result your consciousness finer and finer. You could see everything is shining bright.

  • graitude 感謝の気持ち
  • frequency of vibration 振動数
  • consciousness 意識

Views you see are only aggregates of molecules joining or vibrating together. They are always changing. Treasure every moment, for it will never recur. The whole amount of molecules making up the universe is fixed and unchangeable. Joining and separating repeatedly, molecules produce changes.

  • aggregate 集合体
  • molecure 分子
  • recur 再び起こる

What do I want to say? I want you to know that the spiritual waves of your thought and the words you utter make up your future more than you imagine. Have you ever thought in a difficult situation like “I’ll be as miserable as ever. Nothing will be changed until I die”? But adversity can turn into opportunity. Everything never fails to change.

  • utter 発する
  • miserable 惨めな
  • adversity 逆境
  • opportunity チャンス

It is said that people can derive great power from within when they’re in trouble. When you’re serious, you can be powerful unexpectedly. When you’re in a difficult situation, remind yourself of gratitude of being kept alive and hold memorial services for your ancestral spirits, thanks to whom you exist now, and your consciousness will be enhanced dramatically, which never happens when you’re in comfort.

  • derive 引き出す
  • thanks to A Aのお陰で
  • enhance 高める
  • comfort 快適

People living in comfort are apt to forget about their ancestors nor try to improve their spirituality. Such people can be said to be unlucky in a way, for all human beings have to leave this world for another, leaving everything behind. If you’re not conscious of death trying not to think about it, you’ll be panicked in the face of death.

  • be apt to~ 〜しがちである
  • improve 改善する
  • leave A behind Aを置いていく
  • panicked パニックになる

Reminding yourself of gratitude for being kept alive in everyday life enhances your consciousness greatly, which is impossible by meditation or religious rituals. Also, holding memorial services for your ancestral spirits helps your consciousness to be enhanced too because the conduct cleanses your negative spiritual magnetism well in this World of Reality. Doing meditation with unnecessary spiritual magnetism would just make spirits possessing you come up to the surface. Even if you do meditation for a hundred years, you won’t be changed at all.

  • meditation 瞑想
  • titual 儀式
  • conduct 行い
  • possess 憑依する
  • surface 表面に

The intention to try to prevent human beings from awaking underlies traditional religious rituals or incantations. This is because religious groups or profit organizations holding spiritual workshops want to detain their members. People ignorant of this secret will join them just because many people have. Once they know the secret, they’ll leave such groups.

  • intention  意図
  • awake 目覚める
  • undelie 〜の下にある
  • incantation 呪い
  • detain 引き止める
  • ignorant 知らない

As long as you’re dependent on new religions, healers or psychics that charge money, you’ll have one problem after another over, so that you won’t be able to leave them. Under such a situation, you can never attain the peaceful state of mind.

  • as long as S+V SがVする限り
  • dependent 依存して
  • attain 達する

Don’t forget the truth that all human beings have to die alone. Everyday life is the best place that  you can achieve spiritual enlightenment. Let’s go for it.

  • truth 真実
  • spiritual enlightenment 悟り

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The Age Has Come When Each of You Becomes the Founder of Your Own Religion

Tendai(天台) sect of Buddhism, which Saicho(最澄) founded in the early years of Heian age, produced the founders of Jodo sect(浄土宗), Jodo-shin sect(浄土真宗), Rinzai sect(臨済宗), Soto sect(曹洞宗), and Nichiren sect(日蓮宗), which are all representative sects of the modern Buddhism. The basic principle of  Saicho’s teachings is that everything has Buddha nature, which echos the idea of Ise-Hakusan Dou that all human beings are entrusted with Inner God.

  • sect 宗派
  • representative 代表的な
  • entrust 任せる

A major reason why Saicho produced a lot of great religious founders was that neither Saicho nor his teachings had strong religious magnetism that ties down people. His teachings were unconstrained in a good sense and he had a pure heart. His handwriting also shows that he was not an unusual person but a serious one. A different way of looking at him is that he was not so interesting a person as Kukai(空海).

  • tie down 束縛する
  • unconstrained  縛りがない
  • sense 意味

In order for you to develop spiritually, a master with a strong personality is obstructive. A lot of self-proclaimed experts say that the relationship of master and pupil is necessary for spiritual growth. This saying proves that they don’t understand the spiritual truth.

  • personality 個性
  • obstructive 邪魔になって
  • self-proclaimed 自称の
  • relationship 関係
  • prove 証明する

Conventional relationship of master and pupil would make pupils covered with their masters’ spiritual magnetism, and as a result their Inner Gods would hide themselves. Such pupils could never go beyond their masters. There are a lot seekers after the truth who feel good in taking on their masters’ color and mistake it as spiritual progress. Therefore, psychics or religious persons who worship their masters absolutely can be said to be fake.

  • conventional 従来の
  • go beyond A Aを超える
  • fake 偽物

As proof of this, Kukai, full of individuality, didn’t produce any great founders of large sects.  No one could reach enlightenment by his ascetic practices and rituals because they were too unique for anyone but Kukai.

  • proof 証拠
  • individuality 個性
  • enlightenment 悟り
  • unique 独特の

To reach enlightenment is to become one with Inner God, which has nothing to do with others. Kukai’s practices were effective for only Kukai. The most those who try his methods can do is to experience chance encounters in limited, small spiritual worlds. Do not confuse this kind of experience with becoming Buddha.

  • have nothing to do with A Aと関係がない
  • effective 効果のある
  • chance  偶然の
  • encounter 邂逅
  • confuse 混同する

Given the truth that such pupils will never be able to go beyond their masters, it follows that all the pupils worshipping Shakuson(釈尊) have been deteriorating for the last two thousand years. It is natural that Shakuson should have predicted that the age of decadence would come when his true teachings disappear. Now is exactly the age of decadence.

  • worship 崇拝する
  • deteriorate 質が悪化する
  • predict 予言する
  • the age of decadence 末法

The time has come when each of you becomes the founder of your own religion. In order to walk the path to truth rightly without getting sidetracked, it would act as a guide to hold memorial services with gratitude for the spirits related to you and remind yourself of gratitude to God. Spiritual colors of others are nothing but obstacles. Believe in your ancestors and Inner God.

  • get sidetracked 脇道にそれる
  • obstacle 障害物
  • nothing but A A以外の何ものでもない

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.