Saturday, February 7, 2009
After Setsubun* (Feb. 3rd), I am sensing that the most important thing from now on is to maintain your spirit body in a good condition.
To keep your own color, your way to live, becomes very important. Even if the life or color of others looks better, you should be aware that, for you, the same color of lifestyle might be poisonous.
We now have entered a phase where our fate will be determined. Especially, receiving other’s spiritual energy (healing works) could be fatal. In this dimension, our spirit body is like a DVD disk. It records and holds all your spiritual energy. By paying someone to work on you, not only are you changing your own color but destroying your own disk.
Until now, people who were manipulated by a spiritual leader (leader of a religious sect), their disk was scratched enough to be brainwashed. From now on, it will be more of a serious matter. Your disk will be completely destroyed. Your life will turn upside down.
Receiving spiritual work from healers who are worshipped as “Sensei”(master), you are actually destroying your own disk. Those who became a famous healer, making a lot of money out of their healing work, are mostly sent from an evil spirit to destroy human’s own spiritual disk.
When the evil spirit behind the healer is a fox spirit, the healer will start to have a split mouth like a laughing fox. It will start to be visible even in ordinary people’s eyes. If the evil spirit behind takes the form of a snake, you can feel the coldness around that healer.
I have received a notice from a god that when this starts to happen, it is the final warning to these evil healers.
It is completely a different story, when you are asking for an “o-harai”, purification, at an official Shinto shrine. You are actually not receiving the purification directly but you are offering it to the god who resides at that shrine. What you offer to the god reflects on you like a mirror. In truth, a purification ritual at a shrine works like that. You offer a purification to the god, and then, the energy reflects on you and you are purified at the same time.
From now on, you must really trust yourself until the last minute. If you are in a miserable condition, simply accept that condition. That is all you need to do. The acceptance will set you free. Don't go to some healer crying for help. It will be fatal. You will be selling your soul and destroying your disk.
The purpose of life is not about having a successful life in this lifetime. The reason why you were born is to maintain your soul for eternity. You will become a true successor when you have trusted yourself until the last minute. If you were born weak or sick, no matter how your appearance is, it’s ok. Just accept your condition and live through in your own color. If you had not depend on others begging for mercy and lived through with dignity, trusting your own innate god, you are a successor. At the end, like the Amida-Nyorai (Buddha of the beyond and afterlife), your innate god will hold you tight and take you to heaven.
From now on, your spiritual rituals should be kept only to offer gratitude to your ancestral spirits and to the gods. And live your life fully. Hardships may come around, but stay strong and keep your spirit going. Know that you are led to live. Be grateful to it and enjoy the big waves that might be passing through.
Thank you for letting us live
*Setsubun: In Japan, Setsubun (節分) is the day before the beginning of each season. The name literally means "seasonal division", but usually the term refers to the spring Setsubun, properly called Risshun (立春) celebrated yearly on February 3 as part of the Spring Festival (春祭 haru matsuri?). In its association with the Lunar New Year, Spring Setsubun can be thought of (and was previously thought of) as a sort of New Year's Eve, and so was accompanied by a special ritual to cleanse away all the evil of the former year and drive away disease-bringing evil spirits for the year to come. This special ritual is called mamemaki (豆撒き, lit. bean scattering- Evil out, Happiness in.) – From Wikipedia