Monday, February 8, 2010

Beauty Comes from Within

Lately the sunspots are appearing daily in a high amount. I sense the spiritual power from the sun is taking us back to the original condition, regaining one's true nature.

From now on, your aura will reflect your daily thoughts more and more. It's like you are wearing a spiritual gown. It is a time where the face, especially the eyes would start to show about the truth of a person.

One's physical body will age and one may suffer from a miserable sickness. But when your thoughts stay in goodness, it will reflect on your physicality. You will be projecting a sense of grace. The inner essence will show more and more as the times goes by.

Once in while, a scene I saw on TV 20 years ago comes back into my mind. It was a show that gathered actual accidents. One of the accidents was about an explosion of a water pipe on the side of a road, taking place at a small town in South America. A small girl fell into one of the hole created by this explosion. The water pressure forced her to fall into the hall, so it was really tight and several adults were trying to pull her out but failed. She was buried all up to her neck. Only her face was on the surface, trying to breath as much as she could. After a long effort, the adults had given up pulling her. They were all in tears and trying to bail out the water. The whole pathetic scene was shown on the screen.

At one point, I noticed the girl's eyes made a sudden change. She had realized spiritually that she is dying soon. Inside those eyes, I was able to witness a gentle smile of Jesus Christ very clearly in the light. An understanding arose to me on that moment. That the spiritual being who is worshipped in the region comes to guide the soul(s) in an adequate figure when the time has come. Maybe the beauty of the Christ was shown so vividly because the girl was pure. Later, the girl disappeared into the water.

It proves that a simple belief is worthy and surpasses an egoistic logic.

Today, just like any other day, I continue to simply change the water of my Kami-dana altar, putting up three incense to my ancestral spirits and send my gratitude.

Ikashite-itadaite arigato-gozaimasu

Thank you for letting us live

1 comment:

Kamimura said...

Ross,
Thank you for your correction. I appreciate it.