Friday, March 13, 2009
Before we come into this plane, we promise our innate god that we will make sure to do what we are suppose to do for the sake of the growth as a spirit.
The soul tells the innate god. “This time, I’m really going to do it!” “This time, I’m going to live through. I will promise to do my best!” “Please give me one more chance! I know I can do it this time.”
At this point, the soul is still in oneness with the innate god, who is a derivative of Amaterasu-Ohomikami, having the mutual understanding about what a human journey is about.
Your innate god observes the companion soul and asks the soul, “there are things that cannot be changed. Inevitable circumstances such as family conditions, the country’s conditions you will be born to, or the physical conditions that you will have to deal with. Will you accept all the conditions and still agree to reborn? Are you sure you want to do this?” Your soul agrees to, no matter what happens, he/she will do his/her best.
Half of the condition is fixed. But the other half solely depends on the soul’s effort. Does this scare you? Or does it make you excited?
On the other hand, it is a big gamble for the innate god. For the innate god to come into the World of Reality, it’s almost like experiencing a mini big bang. It has to go through a revolution of the spiritual electro-magnetic field. But the innate god must be in faith and follow the companion soul in order to reborn as a human being. The innate god has to go along with the soul’s wild adventure. The fate of the innate god now lies on the soul’s hand.
Once we enter this World of Reality, our memories before this life time fades away. We no longer have the communication skill to talk to our own innate god. Only slight senses are left. The senses that we feel in our heart. We forget that we carry a part of god inside our body. And hurt other people who carry another part of the same god, or hate oneself and worse kill oneself (= killing one’s innate god).
We now live in a place called Earth. As long as we live on this planet Earth, we are connected to the Earth God (Kunitokotachi-Okami). Half of the fate, the future, of the Earth depends on us. The fate is in our hands.
The Savior is us, human beings. The positive and negative energy of us human beings is gathered and reflected back to this planet Earth. Whether we kill our gods or not solely depends on us. The god is not our savior. We are the savior of the gods.
The Earth God tells me calmly that he will surrender to our decision.
Thank you for letting us live
Sunday, March 8, 2009
If I had known about this way of ancestral kuyō with gratitude as a teenager, I would have been able to focus more on my study and enter a financially better college. (laugh) When we carry many lost souls of our own ancestrors, we are not able to focus very well. We are influenced by their negative energy and have more chances to be in trouble, be in doubt and lost.
Once we enter the real society as an adult, there are other factors that might be the cause of one’s unstable condition. The social circumstances could be one of the biggest influence in your condition. But when you are still a student, it is easier to determine what the cause is.
When I look into students who are doing well, I could see many of his/her ancestral guardian spirits who are in a stable condition and at peace. They are protecting him/her from unnecessary negative energy (influences) so he/she can focus on the study. He/she will have stronger intuitions then others to find the tricks in their exams. They will have more chances to meet the right teachers or references. In addition, the ancestral spirits are protecting them from getting into trouble.
Many people go to a shrine and pray for his/her success in the entrance exam. This is not a good idea. In fact, one will be bringing back other people’s unstable negative energy. I think it is very rude to toss smalls coins to god and ask for a wish. What would you think if someone did this to you? If someone threw you some coins and said, “why don't you do this for me?” wouldn’t you feel offended? I think a normal person would be angry or simply ignore it. You shouldn’t do anything that you wouldn’t like other people to do to you. This rule applies to the gods as well.
There are guardian spirits who are protecting the god of the shrine. These kenzokus will be angry at you for using their master for personal benefit. Gods will not interfere with personal affairs. So there is no point in asking for such wishes. If for some reason, your wish came true from the prayer, it means the shrine you had visited was not an official shrine or down graded because it has not been taken care properly. There are shrines where spirits reside pretending to be a god. These spirits will interfere with personal wishes, but they will always ask for something in return. Later in your life, you will loose something valuable in your life.
If you have any wishes in your life, simply continue to send gratitude to your ancestral spirits. The spiritual magnetic energy of the gratitude frequency will make your ancestral spirits be at peace. Once they are all stable in a good place, they will start to support you and guard you like good parents. You shouldn’t ask for any wishes to them. Just send gratitude and be patient until they come to you. If you ask wishes and when they cannot make it come true, they will emanate a sad or troubling energy. You will be affected by this negative energy. When they are at peace and stable, you will start to be in peace and stable. Then the whole family will start to be in a good place.
Thank you for letting us live.