It’s You Who Decide Your Destination After Death

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It is your conscience that decides where your soul should go after you die. Once you’ve lost your physical body to be a soul, you’re freed from your handicaps in the World of Reality and your consciousness and intelligence become very clear. Demented elders come to their senses and retarded children have normal consciousness, for example.

  • conscience 良心
  • decide 決める
  • consciousness 意識
  • demented 痴呆の
  • come to one’s senses 正気に戻る
  • retarded 発達障害の

And next, you are to see the footage of your whole life for a short time. You’ll see it not only from your point of view but also from diagonally above backward or behind your back. You’ll also understand what the other characters in your life were thinking at heart. I’m sure you’ll feel the agony of being ashamed, having regrets and feeling guilty of what you did. Your senses become ten times as keen after you die.

  • footage 映像
  • the upper right 上方
  • diagonally 斜めに
  • regret  後悔
  • keen 鋭い

After this, you are to balance your accounts of good deeds and bad ones and decide the destination of your soul. The period of time when you look back on your life and decide your destination is about 49 days. The period is extended to years, decades or hundreds of years for those who killed someone to meet their desires or tormented others. During this period of time, they are not allowed to look away from the footage. They watch their bad deeds in detail wherever they look.

  • balance 精算する
  • destination 行き先
  • look back on A Aを回顧する
  • extend 延長する
  • desire 欲望
  • torment 苦しめる
  • look away 目をそらす

After they humbly reconsider their conducts and repent of their sins from the bottoms of their hearts, they head for Hell on their own. This is not what someone compels them to do. It’s the only compulsion that sinful souls are forced to go to a place where they see the footage of their whole lives for a long time.

  • humbly 謙虚に
  • reconsider 反省する
  • repent 懺悔する
  • head for A Aに向かう
  • on one’s own 自分で
  • compulsion 強制

If you had no choice but to kill others at a battlefield or in the course of your duty, your conscience knows it well. In this case you won’t have any guilty feeling after death. All human beings share conscience at a deep level because it’s part of the Primordial Being. You’re living your life with Inner God inside yourself.

  • have no choice but to~ 〜せざるを得ない
  • share 共有する
  • primordial 根源の

You might think, say, that you’re lucky your sins didn’t come out, that you entrapped a colleague of yours but the president didn’t know it, that the statute of limitations of your crime has expired, that nobody didn’t know your good deeds or that what you thought was good incurred the other’s enmity. All these things may remain unsettled in this world, but it’s OK, for you’re sure to recognize what you did clearly after you die and go to where you should go.

  • entrap 罠にかける
  • statute of limitations 時効
  • incur 招く
  • enmity 恨み
  • unsettled 解決されていない

As human consciousness becomes clear in this World of Reality, more and more people choose to do something for others, just as they choose their own destinations after death. However, as long as you’re covered with magnetism of dependence on anything other than you, your consciousness can’t be clear. The best way to have a crystal-clear consciousness is to offer three incense sticks to your ancestral spirits and remind yourself of gratitude for being kept alive.

  • as long as S+V SがVする限り
  • dependence 依存
  • incense stick 線香
  • remind 思い出させる
  • gratitude 感謝の気持ち

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