Tag Archives: Hinduism
In the Ofudesaki, God directly tells us that God has been on the sidelines only observing us since the creation of human beings. This is referenced in the Ofudesaki a few times. God is said to have descended from … Continue reading
We are all hypocrites. This concerns most religions, but I will talk about my religion. In Tenrikyo, God specifically tells us that illness comes from the mind. The following is from the Ofudesaki and the Mikagura-uta. Whatever happens, what … Continue reading
The image shows a picture of the heart or mune, which some may call the spirit or the soul. We all know that the body decays, but most of us believe that we continue to exist after our physical body … Continue reading
Interpretation: I believe this is an important verse. We need to teach the world about the heart. This is why God emphasizes the spreading of God’s truth in both the Ofudesaki and Mikagura-uta. God calls this hinokishin in the Mikagura-uta. … Continue reading
Interpretation: God wants to show you the importance of the heart in purifying our minds.
Interpretation: God will never force people to behave. It is up to us to purify our own minds.
Interpretation: As human beings act on their evil thoughts, the regret, or negative energies accumulated by God increases. How does God release these negative energies?
Interpretation: God will begin to guide other to help them understand the heart. This becomes possible by purifying our own minds, spreading the truth of the heart to others, and finally performing the Joyous Service. When all these 3 are … Continue reading
Interpretion: Whatever God says (in the Ofudesaki), there is nothing to fear.
Interpretation: The day referred to is is January 26, 1887 when Oyasama passes away. This is the day, God begins to work to save the world.