Friday, March 12, 2010

The more you polish, the more you shine

In my daily life, I always communicate with people with the awareness that they all have their innate god and that they all have parents who gave life to them. When I acknowledge these things, no matter how the person is bringing an irrational outrage on me, I could still deal with him in a calmly manner. Raising an infant to an adult is a long and hard work. Therefore, not to judge that one person alone but by thinking of his parents who gave so much effort to raise the child would bring a different dynamics to the picture.

Living in a society, frictions between people are unavoidable. One of the lessons we need to learn is how to polish ourselves through these circumstances. The person you have to deal with is like a mirror, a chance to look at your soul. Unfortunately, this world is made to work in this way. You cannot polish yourself without others involved. You always need others to create a friction. So you have a chance to look inside the mirror and polish yourself. The others could be your partner in life, your parent, child, schoolmate, or a colleague. When you are having problems with someone, it simply means you are work in progress.  You are simply in the process of polishing yourself.

The awareness of polishing your own mirror is very important in this dimension. If you are unaware of this idea, you will waste a lot of time under living in force of habits and suffering. Once your mirror starts to shine, you will start to feel sympathy to everyone around you. We should not forget that we all have our own innate god within. We are all connected to the root source of Kami.

When you want to convince the opponent, try to reach his soul, his innate god. Even he doesnt respond at that time, he will think about it later. The content of the discussion has to come for your sincere intention in order to reach the innate god of your opponent.

Let us work on polishing our mirror through the frictions between others to shine our light.
Ikashite-itadaite arigato-gozaimasu
Thank you for letting us live

*Please read article on August 26,2008 for valuable information on mirror.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Mirror World

The world you live in can be changed just with a little shift in your thoughts. Peoples happiness and unhappiness are created very simply than one would imagine.

There are several universal laws in this world we live in. One of them is called the Law of Reflection. What you give (feelings and actions) to others will reflect onto yourself.
Whether you are aware of this law or not will change your life. If you were aware of this law, when you got into a fight, you wont be too obsessed until you hurt yourself. You know its better to stop fighting and act from your side because you know that it would reflect back to you.

If you are praying for your own benefit asking for your wish to come true or asking for healing your sickness, your world would probably not change. That is because of this law. When you are praying for others from your heart the Law of Reflection will work.  The others could be your ancestral spirits. When you are praying for your closest others it may result in healing yourself.

The secret to true happiness lies upon this law.

Honor your innate god, your conscience. And at the same time think about what you are emanating to others. If don't forget to be humble, you will be all right. Your softness will melt the fist.

According to the mythology, when Amaterasu-Ohomikamis grandchild was sent to this World of Reality, he was given one farewell gift. It was a mirror. This implies a message from the gods that this world we live in is a Mirror World.

Today, we will meet more people who would be reflections of ourselves just like a mirror.
What are you emanating and what does your reflections look like? 

Ikashite-itadaite arigato-gozaimasu
Thank you for letting us live