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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

visible or invisible

Let’s be realistic.
We don’t know much about what happens to us when we die.

If you believe in afterlife, do you think you will have the same face, same voice, and same character? Or, do you think you will feel like a saint all of a sudden?

Do you think you will be full of life and energy as soon as you shed your physical body? No more sickness or hardships?   

After we die, we no longer have physical body, so, it’s logical to think that all physical senses will go away. It’s also natural to expect that some kind of non-physical body will take over the role of expressing ourselves.

According to Reikongaku, we have this non-physical body called yutai which overlaps with our physical body for the entire time we live in this world.

Unfortunately, yutai is not a perfect super body, and it does get injured, infected, or damaged.

What’s more important is that the condition of our yutai at the time of death determines where we end up. We won't have much choice there.

Reikongaku has been trying diligently to inform people about this, and the way to condition our yutai so that after we die, we will enter into the best possible environment.

This is heavy.

i think this is the most important subject for all human kind.  Any of the superior philosophy or teachings will mean nothing if they don't lead you to happier afterlife…

if you believe in afterlife that is…

Friday, November 18, 2011

real or not real

The term "non fiction" used to appeal to me.

A claim that it really happened, made it seem meaningful.
Fiction, on the other hand, felt like it was a controlled reality.

Now, these terms mean nothing to me, fiction or non fiction.

Everything that materializes in any form,
anything that i can sense,
i take it as real.

Even a story made up in some stranger's head,
even a child's interrupted dream,
it really doesn't matter.

Because anything can happen, anything can be real.
We just don't know it until we decide to know it.

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Story of Taroh's initiation into spiritual world,
illustrated by good friend, MM, was just uploaded.

fiction or non fiction, you are the one to decide.


Wednesday, November 16, 2011

this way or that way

Our spiritual body is distinct from our physical body.

We, spirits, need physical bodies
to express ourselves in this world,
but other than that, we’ll be fine without them.

Physical bodies, on the other hand,
do not work without us spirits.
A body is often referred to as a vehicle. 
i think that’s a good metaphor.
Every day, we, spirits, operate this highly complicated
mechanism called body.

Each vehicle is unique.
One may work better than the other.
One may last longer than the other.

Can we choose which vehicle to drive?
That, i don’t know…
But i think each drive has very specific purpose and goal.

We don’t just drive around in our cars.
We plan to get somewhere, meet someone,
do something.

In this scenario,
Reikongaku plays a role of the latest navigation system.
It’ll show us how to get there,
in the fastest, the safest, and the surest way.

The latest navigation system... oh yes, that's what it is.