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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
Interpretation: God is telling us since the creation of human beings, God has been only observing us. It is not until 1838, when God descended from heaven to save everyone Then some of you may say what or who causes suffering … Continue reading
I would like to discuss the word shirizoku, which is utilized in the Ofudesaki. The English translation is withdraw. I lhave always wondered why God will withdraw from a person. God in a few passages tell us God has been … Continue reading
Interpretation: This place refers to where the Kanrodai is. This is where God accepts our prayer, the Joyous Service.
Interpretation: If one has a pure mind from going through the path of the heart, our prayers (Joyous Service) will come true.
Interpretation: Everyone (both kara and nihon) did not understand the heart, to purify their minds. The false path most people believed in, was the worldly path. The worldly path is where one could get away with any evil actions as … Continue reading
Interpretation: If one follows the path of the heart to purify the mind, the path will lead to joy.
Interpretation. Unlike the people that give false hopes to their followers, God is telling us that everything written in the Ofudesaki will come true and has come true. Everyone in the World will eventually be saved.
Interpretation: God will show illness as guidance, to help people understand the heart.