Evil Spirits Enter the Gap Between the Physical Body and the Spiritual One

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While driving, I see a driver’s face of an oncoming car for a moment. It’s easy to tell whether the driver is thinking about something seriously or not because such a driver’s spiritual body is floating from his physical body and they seem doubled. He is driving his car absent-mindedly, deeply absorbed in thought about a loved one, a customer to meet, someone he dislikes, his children and so on. Although he should concentrate on driving, he is miles away.

  • oncoming  近づいてくる
  • doubled 二重に
  • absent-mindedly 上の空で
  • absorbed 夢中になって
  • concentrate 集中する

Evil spirits can get enter the gap between a spiritual body and a physical one. They love it, in other words, an empty space in the heart. When an evil spirit finds a driver who is absent-minded, it possesses the driver through the gap. The spirit blinds the driver so that he cannot see traffic lights, pedestrians or a vehicular gap, and leads him to a car accident. Also, evil spirits are good at making drivers very sleepy suddenly.

  • evil 邪悪な
  • possess 憑依する
  • blind 目隠しする
  • pedestrian 歩行者
  • suddenly 突然

It’s no use trying to exorcise the car because the problem does not lie in the car but in the driver himself. If you feel relieved by having your car exorcised by a priest, the sense of security relaxes your guard, which can cause a serious car accident. In terms of spiritualism, such magnetism of purification won’t last for years. Shinto priests who can generate magnetism of purification are very few. In fact, the magnetism absent-minded people generate is much stronger than that generated by the purification shinto ceremony.

  • no use 無駄な
  • exorcise お祓いをする
  • relieved 安堵した
  • security 安心
  • purification 浄化

There are many people who work thinking about something else at the same time. This way of working can become a habit easily. Feeling that time passess quickly, they come to work in comfort. However, such people who make the gaps between their physical bodies and spiritual ones, like wandering ghosts, are likely to be easy to get tired, accumulating their fatigue because they are leaking their precious life energy. They will lose the will to live and life force, attracting misfortunes.

  • at the same time 同時に
  • habit 習慣
  • come to~ 〜するようになる
  • wandering ghosts 浮遊霊
  • fatigue 疲労
  • leak 漏らす
  • attract 引きつける

If you are such people who drive or work thinking about something else, repeat “I Ka Shi Te I Ta Da I Te  A Ri Ga To U Go Za I Ma Su, I’m grateful for being kept alive” silently to go back to the starting point of life and death. You may think I’m exaggerating, but it’s important, for evil spirits love to make human beings forget death and to lead them to die, taking advantage of their pleasure, desires and adherence to things.

  • starting point 原点
  • exaggerate 誇張する
  •  take advantage of A Aを利用する
  • adherenece 執着

The realization that everything will be gone sooner or later frees you from your worries. Realize it, and you will come to cherish moments and be able to live without worrying about anything or anyone. When you’re concerned about others’ social successes or bad behaviors, try to look at them as they are. Their Inner God knows what they’re doing, so they are to be taken to where they should be after they die. It’s important to try to raise your Inner God without comparing yourself with others.

  • realization 認識
  • be gone なくなる
  • cherish   大事にする
  • concerned 気にかかる
  • success 成功
  • compare 比較する

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