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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True Meaning of a Buddha’s Saying

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“In heaven and on earth, no one is a match for me.” It is said that no sooner had Buddha been born than he walked seven steps in four directions and said this with his right hand pointing to the heaven and his left hand the earth.

  • direction 方向
  • point 指差す

I was surprise to read this explanation online. The translation is misleading because it gives a self-righteous impression and make the readers think that Buddha is so great a person that they can’t hold a candle to him. I feel that the true meaning of his words is quite different. What the words spiritually mean is the following:

  • explanation 説明
  • misleading 誤解を招く
  • impression 印象
  • hold a candle to A Aの足元にも及ばない

*”In heaven and earth” … this world or universe, including all human beings and substances, is

*”no one is a match for me” …only a part of the body of the one and only Primordial Being, to which all and everything is connected. Therefore, there is only one being in the universe.”

  • including 〜を含めて
  • substance 物質
  • primordial 原初の
  • therefore それゆえ

Each person is like a finger. All human beings join together at a palm. They can trace back to the upper part of a body along an arm. Seeing that Buddha’s left hand was pointing to the earth, human beings may be like fingers of a left hand.

  • palm 手のひら
  • trace back 遡る
  • seeing that …  …ということを考えると

Here’s an interesting thing. A right hand is on the opposite side of a left hand with a space between them. Then, what is the right hand? If you assume the fingers of your left hand to be human beings in the World of Reality, then you can regard those of your right hand as their spiritual bodies, which also join together at the palm of your right hand and can trace back to the upper part of your body. Your arms join together at the torso.

  • opposite 逆の
  • assume 仮定する
  • regard 見なす
  • torso 胴体

Speaking of “fingers,” I think of solar coronas. Coronas are born from the surface of the sun, extend in a lively way and fully stretch out. Then they begin to shrink and disappear into the surface of the sun. It’s like tentacles extend and shrink. Coronas, which are to disappear in the course of time, are just like people’s lives.

  • speaking of A Aと言えば
  • corona コロナ
  • extend 伸びる
  • stretch out 伸びきる
  • tentacle 触手

Every time I visit Izougu(伊雑宮)of Ise Grand Shrine, I perceive a spherical body that has coronas around it and the color of the sun. The coronas may represent all creatures living and dying forever. In Showa era, when the World of the Dead had much influence on this world, on visiting Izougu, I used to perceive a spiritual being who looked like a woman in twelve-layered ceremonial kimono or a mermaid. As the level of my spirituality got higher, I ceased to see a personal god, a spiritual being with the form of a human. After Heisei era began, I have perceived a spherical ball like a sun disc there.

  • every time S+V SがVする度に
  • spherical body 球体
  • represent 表す
  • mermaid 人魚
  • cease to~ 〜しなくなる
  • sun disc 日輪

Well, there are a lot of troubles and difficulties in this world. But remember that when you’re suffering, God is suffering, too. For you are part of the Primordial Being, or God. If your finger is cut deeply, your whole body feels the pain, too. Just as coronas disappear into the sun, all creatures are to go back to the matrix sooner or later. You have nothing to worry about. On the surface of the sun, or in this world, all you have to do is jump around and dance to your heart’s content.

  • suffer 苦しむ
  • matrix 発生源
  • to one’s heart’s content 思う存分

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Mission in Tokyo – Part 1

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There was a call from a publisher of my books, saying that he wanted to meet me to talk about the next new book. Though he had wanted to for about six months, I was too busy to meet him. I said that I was going to Tokyo on business on January 13. He replied that if I get to Tokyo half a day earlier, we could meet at the airport and go somewhere near the airport to talk about the book. So I went to bed early to get up early in the morning on January 12.

  • publisher 出版社
  • too…to〜 とても…なので〜することができない
  • somewhere  どこかに

The moment I went to sleep, I received an order message from my Kenzoku-shin(眷属神) after a long time that ordered me to retrieve a strong, evil spiritual being. Accodring to it, I must retrieve Hakumen-konmou-kyubi(白面金毛九尾), literraly the fox spirit with a white face and nine tails, residing at the Imperial Palace and throw it into the World of Gods of Hakusan.

  • the moment S+V SがVするや否や
  • order 命令
  • after a long time 久しぶりに
  • retrieve 回収する
  • the Imperial Palace 皇居

金毛

This energy body has been possessing women in power since ancient times in order to do bad things. For example, it led Cleopatra in Egypt and Marie Antoinette in France to their deaths or gave Empress Dowager Cixi in China a extremely luxurious life and led her to purge her enemies. Moving around the world, it has possessed an able woman, led her to take an important position in the center of state affairs and finally made her die a cruel death.

  • possess 憑依する
  • lead 導く
  • luxurous 贅沢な
  • purge 粛清する
  • able 有能な

It has been said among many students of the occult that Konmou-kyubi has been trying to invade the Imperial Household spiritually for a thousand years. There were a lot of founders of new religions related to shinto in Showa era who claimed to have slayed the fiend. But this time I got the order to retrieve it. Why? I thought going to the place would gave me the answer.

  • invade 侵略する
  • foudner 教祖
  • slay 退治する

On arriving at Haneda Airport, I found the publisher waiting for me. I felt relieved thinking I wouldn’t lose my way in Tokyo. Then we headed for the heart of the city by taxi. We arrived at a great building near the Diet Building. I was invited to come into a room located near the top of the building, where I could see the whole Imperial Palace.

  • feel relieved ホッとする
  • lose one’s way 道に迷う
  • head for A Aに向かう
  • the Diet Building 国会議事堂

The aeruginous roof of the house where the Emperor lived was very beautiful. But then, I could see the huge Konmou-kyubi as large as the house sticking onto the roof with its four legs spread. There were also a huge turtle and a phoenix watching over it nearby.

  • aeruginous 緑青色の
  • stick 張り付く
  • turtle 亀
  • phoenix 鳳凰

We had lunch together looking at the panorama of the Imperial Palace and started the meeting. Answering questions from the publisher, I fixed my eyes on the Imperial Palace. I was performing a secret ritual then for retrieving the fiend, when the sky became cloudy and a spiritual battle began. As I prayed to gods for catching it, powdery snow began to fall. The publisher was looking at the snow storm surrounding the Imperial Palace, saying “Oh, it’s rare in Tokyo.”

To be continued.

  • fix 固定する
  • ritual 儀式
  • cloudy 曇った
  • battle 闘い
  • rare 珍しい

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Death, Resurrection and Rebirth

It was a big risk for me to go to Seoul during Year-end holidays. Though you might think I’m exaggerating, I  was prepared to die. I tried to write an important letter for my brothers and put it on a table in my house so that they would find it and not get in trouble if I die.

  • exaggerate 大げさに言う
  • get in touble 困る

Finding that I was writing the letter, my wife asked me to stop it, saying it’s ominous. I had quarrels with her over it. So I stopped writing the letter like a will, and instead called my parents and brothers to thank them in a roundabout way a few days before I left for Seoul. The blog post I wrote on December 31 was my farewell letter expressing my gratitude to you readers.

  • ominous 縁起が悪い
  • a will 遺書
  • roundabout  遠回しに
  • farewell お別れの

Why was I prepared to die? Because:

◉ I was not sure whether my spiritual body could bear the pain of accepting the very strong spiritual magnetism of Susanoo, or a destructive breath, in transmitting it to Japan.

◉ Considering the bombing on Hamas by Israel, I was worried that a certain evil spiritual being eating people’s lives could order North Korea to assault Seoul on New Year’s Day, taking advantage of the unguarded moment.

Afterwards, however, I found that the New Year’s Day of Seoul was February of the lunar year. lol

  • bear 耐える
  • accept 受け入れる
  • destructive 破壊的な
  • transmit 伝える
  • assault 急襲する
  • unguarded 無防備な

I’ve never experienced a stay overseas like this before. It’s like Okomori-shinji(お篭り神事)of ancient shinto, a ritual representing death, resurrection and rebirth. I felt as if I were Izanagi, who ran back from Yomi-no-hirasaka(黄泉の比良坂). I’m still feeling as if there were an underwater tunnel to Yomi-no-kuni(黄泉の国), the underworld, between Japan and the Korean Peninusula.

  • ancient shinto 古神道
  • represent 象徴する
  • ressurrection 復活
  • underwater 水中の

On the way back to Japan, when I was carrying the holy energy of the third holy stone pillar, or Susanoo’s spiritual energy, my plane began to descend for the landing and I found it was flying on the clouds. The shadow of the plane was being projected beautifully on the sea of clouds. On hearing the shouts of joy of the passengers, I looked out of the window to see a rainbow surrounding my plane. My family saw it, too. The shadow of the plane was in the center of the circle of light sparkling with all the colors of the rainbow.

  • descend 降下する
  • project 写す
  • joy 喜び
  • surround 囲む

Unexpectedly, holy energy that came near to me after I arrived in Japan was not the energy of Susanoo but the maternal energy of Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami(天照太御神).  I’ve still been feeling it. I feel secured as if I were in the mother’s body. This sense of security is exactly the same as what I feel at Izougu(伊雑宮).

  • unexpectedly 意外にも
  • feel secured 安心している

In Japanese myths, Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami is the elder sister of Susanoo. I assume that Susanoo was seeing his mother’s face in Amaterasu-o-ho-mi-kami. I feel that the destructive energy of Susanoo, having come back to Japan after a long, long time, is in the process of being neutralized by her maternal love.

  • myth 神話
  • assume 推測する
  • process 過程
  • neutralize 中和する

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Great Necessary Lie

An author, Mr. Hiroyuki Itsuki(五木寛之)once wrote:

While Shinran(親鸞)emphasized that people should devote themselves to Amitabha, Rennyo(蓮如)came to preach that people should express gratitude to Amitabha. Asked by a farmer what Nanmandabu(なんまんだぶ)meant, Rennyo replied that it meant “Thank you very much. I am obliged to you,” and told the farmer to say “Nanmandabu” at any time day and night.

  • emphasize 強調する
  • preach 説教する
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち
  • reply 答える

In time, people came to say “Nanmandabu, Nanmandabu” from morning to night.  When given something, they said “Nanmandabu, Nanmandabu.” When they finished eating, they said “Nanmandabu, Nanmandabu.” Such people were called Myoukoujin(妙好人). The teachings of Rennyo were popular among people in those days. I don’t utter the word smelling of incense, but I always says in my mind “Namuamidabutsu,” and “Thank you very much. I am obliged.”

  • teaching 教え
  • utter 発する
  • incense 線香

What Mr. Itsuki, studying and believing in Shinran and Rennyo, is saying contains a deep religious truth. Shinran’s teachings are the faith conscious of life and death because people in the early days of Kamakura Period were suffering from poverty and disease and also Shinran was desperate to propagate his new teachings.

  • contain 含む
  • religious 宗教の
  • conscious 意識した
  • poverty 貧困
  • desperate 必死な
  • propagate 広める

In the late period of Muromachi Period, people were a little bit better off than before. Shinran’s Nenbutsu Sect had already declined at that time though it was still known among people. Rennyo appeared in such days and became the restorer of the sect. He had a broad mind and he’s a very interesting person.

  • be better off 暮らし向きが良い
  • decline 衰退する
  • broad mind 広い心
  • restorer 中興の祖

Led by the spirit of Prince Shotoku(聖徳太子), Shinran started Nenbutsu Sect. Prince Shotoku believed in Baekje Buddhism, whose spiritual line, I feel, was different from Shakuson’s Buddhism. There is something different about Buddha statues of Baekje Buddhism, compared to those of Shakuson’s Buddhism. They are all long-faced and their haloes and the shapes of the pedestals make me imagine parts of space vehicles.

  • long-faced 長い顔をした
  • halo 光背
  • pedestal 台座
  • space vehicle 宇宙船

When I took a look at spiritual beings that supported Baekje Buddhism from the behind, using my psychic power, I had a vision of Sirius shining in the universe. This means the soul of Prince Shotoku came from Sirius. Sirius caused Asuka culture, Egyptian Civilization and Maya Civilization to rise and human civilizations to introduce “the miniature of the celestial map.”  It is expressed in the accurate azimuth angles of huge structures or arrangements of cities in Egypt and Maya, which is amazing from a scientific point of view.

  • being 存在
  • Sirius シリウス
  • cause A to~ Aを〜させる
  • introduce 持ち込む
  • azimuth angle 方位
  • arrangement 配置

It was Rennyo who spread the teachings of Nenbutsu Sect, which was supported by the extra-terrestrial beings from behind the scene. His teachings are simple and clear: Bear in mind the absolute being Amidabutsu(阿弥陀仏)and be grateful for everything all the time. By keeping Amidabutsu in mind, people can hope to receive good fortune from the invisible and feel secured.

  • spread 広げる
  • bear in mind A  Aを心に留める
  • feel secured 安心する

As people come to be grateful for everything in everyday life with Amidabutsu in mind, Amidabutsu, which they have longed for and been dependent on, fades from their awareness and they realize that they and Amidabutsu are one and the same. And at last, they stop asking Amidabutsu for help, which was their first purpose of faith, and find happiness in their ordinary lives, however hard they are. If they finish the rest of their lives with their minds being such, they can truly go to Heaven. This is true.

  • fade 消える
  • awareness 意識
  • purpose 目的
  • ordinary 普通の

At first, people begin to believe in Amidabutsu as if they asked for delicious-looking sweet bun. But as they practice their faith, the bun fades away before they know and they can get something much better. A proverb says “The end justifies the means.” What spiritual beings with wisdom do for people is very profound.

  • sweet bun 饅頭
  • proverb 諺
  • wisdom 知恵
  • profound 深い

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Making right decisions somehow is profound.

廃墟の中の鳥居

As for O-ring test, it’s just asking your spiritual body yes or no. Since our superficial consciousness is influenced by prejudice of the question, our surroundings, or consideration about those around, it is difficult to make a right decision. That’s why some people make a decision about a simple question by seeing a physical reaction to the O-ring test. When you do this, you are asking your spiritual body with the use of an instrument. That is, it’s no more than a judgement based on a superficial, shallow reaction.

  • as for A Aに関して言えば
  • superficial 表面的な
  • consciousness 意識
  • influence 影響する
  • prejudice 偏見
  • considerarion 配慮
  • physical 肉体の
  • reaction 反応
  • no more than A Aに過ぎない
  • based 基いた
  • shallow 浅い

Judgements you’ve got through this method are not necessarily a good decision for your future. It’s just telling you your true preference you’re not aware of. So I have a doubt as to validity of this method as far as love problems are concerned. All you can see is just whether or not you like the other person. In addition, the result you you get is about the present and doesn’t include any meaning of your future or a good choice for your life. In short, even if you can see the physical affinity between you and your loved one, it doesn’t necessarily follow that you can be happy after marriage.

  • not necessarily 必ずしも〜ない
  • preference 好み
  • aware 気がついている
  • doubt 疑わしいと思う
  • validity 妥当性
  • as far as S is concerned Sに関する限り
  • the other person 相手
  • include 含む
  • suggest 示唆する
  • in short 要するに
  • affinity 相性

Also, it’s a problem to use this test in choosing your medicine. To be sure, you can know whether or not the medicine can have side effects with the use of O-ring test as the test tells you whether the frequency of vibration of your spiritual body and that of the ingredients of the medicine match or not, but you’ll never know the effects of the medicine on your disease.

  • to be sure 確かに
  • side effect 副作用
  • frequency of vibration 振動数
  • disease 病気

As for dowsing, a man whose frequency of vibration of his physical body is subtle can feel the magnetism of the ground and get some response from dowsing. But such a person is apt to be affected by his own physical condition easily and if he uses this method as to a self-interested problem, the dowsing will fail because he loses the frequency of vibration of his spiritual body.

  • subtle 精妙な
  • magnetism 磁気
  • be apt to~ 〜しがちである

It is true that these methods with the use of your physical body are often affected by the interference from the World of the Dead. If you do this in the presence of Yakorei(野狐霊), a low-level wicked spirit with a figure of a wild fox, the spiritual being will be happy to play with you.

  • interference 干渉
  • the World of the Dead 幽界
  • in the presence of A Aがいるところで
  • play with A Aをおもちゃにする

Also, if you make decisions by using your own spiritual body too often, you are likely to suffer from schizophrenia. It’s dangerous to do this easily. When I make a decision about an immediate problem or a thing about myself, I sometimes ask for an answer by using a certain part of my body. My family members know this, so I sometimes get bothered asked “What did you ask about?” lol. If I try to ask the holy spirit a question whose answer is easily found by research or asking the person in question, I’m ignored. If I tried again, I would be punished.

  • be likely to~ 〜しそうである
  • suffer 苦しむ
  • schizophrenia 統合失調症
  • ask for A Aを求める
  • ignore 無視する
  • punish 罰する

Anyway, you had better not ask an invisible spiritual being for the right decision because it is easily affected by unnecessary spiritual interference. It’s ideal to make a choice naturally and unconsciously led by your Inner God without asking. As you practice holding memorial services with gratitude to your ancestors and reminding yourself of gratitude to deities all the time, you’ll come to make right decisions somehow. This is an aspect of Kannagara(カンナガラ), the state of being with God.

  • ideal 理想的な
  • Inner God 内在神
  • practice 実践する
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち
  • deity 神
  • come to~ 〜するようになる
  • somehow なんとなく
  • aspect 側面

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