Wednesday, July 30, 2008

The Birth Place God - Ubusuna-kami

There are many different understandings in Japan about Ubusuna-kami. But I will explain my own understanding.

Ubusuna-kami is a Birth Place God that guides a soul into a mother’s womb.

In each area of a land, there is divine spirit, so called Ubusuna-kami, who is guarding the land. Interestingly enough, each Ubusuna-kami has its territory to look after. That’s why it’s better to have the land blessed before building a new home. A Shinto priest would hold this ceremony in Japan, but his psychic ability has nothing to do with the performance. When the respect is shown to the spirit by holding a blessing ceremony, the Ubusuna-kami will give permission to live on the land, unless that particular place was a grave or some special historical site or if it was blocking the divine spirit’s routine path.

When a woman is pregnant, she is receiving the divine energy from the Ubusuna-kami guarding the community. The divine energy creates a konza, pedestral, where the new arriving soul can reside inside the mother’s womb. In this konza, the arriving eternal soul resides with a fate to the family line. The konza is the placenta of the mother’s spirit body. When the new arriving soul is testing to place its-self to the konza, this creates morning sickness to the mother. When the testing is over, the mother and the new soul are in the same energy frequency. Then the morning sickness stops. The soul is now steady to the “seat” and united with the mother. At this stage the soul is to be called embryo. An embryo takes a form of a human. At this stage, the konza is the innate god. An average human would have 6 to 8 petals. I can see it just like petals of a flower. The soul is sitting on top of these petals. After the baby is born, he/she starts his/her life. If the life was a good one that made the innate god grow, the petals will increase in numbers. You start with 6 petals and could grow to 16 petals at most. When you have 6 petals, it means your innate god is the same as the Birth Place God. As you grow the petals can increase, and when it does, your innate god will change to a higher rank god.

In Japan, the god with 16 petals is Amaterasu-Ohomikami.

"Ikashite-itadaite Arigato-gozaimasu." "Thank you for letting us live."

3 comments:

Pedro Teixeira da Mota. said...

"Ikashite-itadaite Arigato-gozaimasu."

Thanks for the nice teachings...
Please, so the konza has 6 petals and if we work well we will have more petals? Are this konza of the spirit in the heart level, or at the top of the head?
"Ikashite-itadaite Arigato-gozaimasu."

Sazareishi said...

yes that is correct. Konza (魂座) is in the lower abdomen area.

Pedro Teixeira da Mota. said...

"Ikashite-itadaite Arigato-gozaimasu."

So hara area...

And much graces for all your patient...