Category Archives: Understand Your Soul

OFUDESAKI 11-22

Interpretation: God descended from heaven to save mankind. How would God do this? God throughout the Ofudesaki and Mikagura-uta tells us that God will work. God first tells us the teaching in the Ofudesaki to help us lead a “Joyous … Continue reading

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OFUDESAKI 11-20

Interpretation: God is disappointed that the importance of location of the beginning of human beings is not understood. This location is significant in that the Original pure mind was utilized in creating human beings. This location, because of the causality … Continue reading

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OFUDESAKI 11-19

This emphasizes the importance of the place where human beings were created. This is where God descended from heaven to save human beings. God is telling us that God will go to other places to teach, since people may think … Continue reading

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OFUDESAKI 11-18

Interpretation: From the previous verse, God told us that God’s teaching has been explained, but we still do not understand the place of the Original mind. The place of the Original mind is where the Central Pillar (kanroudai) is to … Continue reading

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OFUDESAKI 11-15

Interpretation: This refers to Kokan’s illness. God is telling the early followers to ponder their own minds to purify their minds. God wanted to return Kokan to the Residence, as she was one of the instruments at the beginning of … Continue reading

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OFUDESAKI 11-14

When illness or obstacles appear in our lives, we must ponder our own minds. What do we ponder? We must not ponder who to blame, but we must ponder our own minds to remove the dusts in our minds. These … Continue reading

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OFUDESAKI 10-30

Interpretation: This I believe is talking about when the minds of the world are purified. God will assemble the instruments that were present in the beginning of human beings. These were the sea creatures in the ancient muddy ocean that … Continue reading

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What one sows, one reaps

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