Category Archives: heart
Interpretation: If one can remove the dusts of regret, covetousness, self-love, greed, and arrogance, God will save you from any situation. I believe this pertains to people who have previously behaved inappropriately. Remember, God will eventually save everyone because everyone … Continue reading
This may be the only religion where one may not be required to believe in God. Some of you may believe I am be joking, and that you believe that we are all required to believe in God, make a … Continue reading
Interpretation: God is telling us that like our bodies, God has control of everything, including the weather, and natural disasters. The world is God’s body.
I know many of you are wondering why I am emphacizing the heart (mune) in my interpretations of the Ofudesaki. Why would God tell us that we do not understand the heart in the first verse of the Ofudesaki. and … Continue reading
When we become religious, there are two kinds of people. One that uses the teachings to find fault with others, while the other uses the teachings to improve oneself. Until I started to read the Ofudesaki, and study it, I … Continue reading
Interpretation: The instruments referred are the sea creatures that God found in the muddy ocean to start human beings. It is interesting that God calls herself Moon/Sun for the first time in chapter 6 of the Ofudesaki. As you know … Continue reading
Interpretation: People don’t know why God created human beings. God created human beings to live the Joyous life. What parent would not want their children to live a life of joy.
Why is understanding our hearts so important in our religion? The following may give one a clue: (Ichiretsu wa) (mina meme no) (mune no uchi) (Hokori ippai) (tsumori aru kara) 8-61 Everyone, all of each of your innermost hearts … Continue reading
In the Ofudesaki and the Mikagura-uta, God tells us that illness on our bodies comes from our minds. These dust or evil thoughts in our minds are regret, covetousness, arrogance greed, and self-love. We can probably all agree that these … Continue reading