Tag Archives: karma
Fate and its Origin
Somethings to Ponder In the Tenrikyo religion people talk about casaulity or innen to explain why one suffers or have obstacles. We reap what we have sowed appears to be the appropriate phrase. Innen can also be positive fate, resulting in … Continue reading
Interpretation: The occurrences are God’s guidance as illness. God is showing us what our own heart’s/soul’s do for us. By sufferings that occur that are delivered by our own hearts, we can purify our own minds. Ponder your own minds, … Continue reading
One Reaps What One Has Sowed
Somethings to Ponder The Original pure mind is the mind without, regret, covetousness, self-love, greed, and arrogance.God tells us this knowledge is like a beautiful painting. We say how great these teachings are, but unless we put these teachings to … Continue reading
Interpretation: God wants us to understand the Original pure mind. This is a mind without regret, covetousness, self-love, greed, and arrogance. This is a mind that will only bring forth joy from our hearts/souls.
Interpretation: People have a difficult time understanding the teachings. This is why we need God’s help in saving the world. With our special prayer, the Joyous Service, we are asking God to help evil thoughts from the minds of others.
You Reap What You Have Sowed
Somethings to Ponder Most people believe that it is God that punishes or rewards us. But in the Ofudesaki, God tells us that God has only been observing us since God created human beings. If this is so, why is … Continue reading