One day, one of my relative came to see me. She said she had some discomfort in her throat. She was concerned maybe it could be cancer.
I diagnosed her with my psychic vision. It was not a sickness. What came to me was her mother who died ten years ago. When her mother was in the hospital, she choked herself and couldn’t breathe. She died quietly while no one noticed her condition.
I asked her if it was her mother’s birthday or death day. She said it was her birthday and suddenly she looked stunned. She said that her mother hadn’t been in her mind for a while. I told her, “She doesn’t have a physical body anymore so she is not suffering. She’s all right. Just think of her once in a while. That will heal her.”
Next morning, her feeling of discomfort in her throat had disappeared. She was happy about it.
This incident made me reassure how strong people’s feeling remains in a living close relative. This woman died in her 50s, still young and had remaining concerns about her family.
This was a reaffirmation for me that days such as a birthday, a death day, or some memorial day is the only time when the lost souls could come and contact the livings (usually a close family member) to try and send their feelings toward them.
This mother had come to her daughter. She had other children (boys) but they were not doing the ancestral kuyō, so she couldn't reach them.
On the other hand, the daughter was working on her three incense ancestral kuyō. So even she was married and her tanzaku was on her husband’s last name, her third incense for ‘the others’ enabled her mother to come to her for help. She was very much a mommy’s girl, so she was happy that her mother came to her.
There is a Universal Law that “what you do comes back to you.” This daughter has healed her mother. This will bring good fortune to her.
I didn't know that even a birthday could be a day for the diseased to visit their loved one. Any memorial day related to the diseased is a good day to send him/her a special gratitude. Your thoughts toward him/her will be reached. Lets think of them once in a while. It will be a great comfort.
Thank you for letting us live