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Wednesday, January 16, 2013

spiritual training in japan

I joined Keizankan in 2005.
Keizankan is consisted of a small group of spiritual seekers who study and practice Reikongaku under the Master Mizuba.

Keizankan holds periodical events and seminars in Japan.
Right now, there is no event scheduled outside of Japan because there is not enough demand for it.
i think i may be the only member who resides outside of Japan.

One of the most valuable events held by Keizankan is a series of spiritual training seminars.
It's open only for the members committed to the spiritual development that Keizankan presents.

Misogi and Chinkon are the two main series of spiritual training. Both train and develop our spiritual body, strengthen spiritual aura, and promote spiritual health, to name a few. They also deal with our karma.

All these topics may be overwhelmingly deep and complicated.

But great thing about spiritual training taught by Keizankan is that the training itself is made simple,  and easy to learn. It fits right into the daily schedule of any busy people.

Anybody can practice.

The only requirement is, as i mentioned before, that you are willing to believe and commit.
This is not a promise made in human terms.

This is a promise made with your guardian spirit, mentor spirits, and the superior spirits.
You must be aware that you are directly dealing with spiritual entities.

Spiritual training, when practiced earnestly and diligently, will transform your spiritual body like no other method ever existed on earth.

www.reikongaku.com


Tuesday, January 15, 2013

the day i encountered reikongaku

I've always been interested in mystery, something unknown, especially about after death.
But my interest never took me deeper than occasional readings and thinking.

One day, in 2005, my semi-hibernated interest was fully awaken by a newspaper article.
It was about the train accident that took many people's lives in an instant.

I felt that i had to know what happened to those people.

I typed in "life after death". One of the first websites hit was the official Reikongaku site in Japan.
It was fortunate that I could include my search in Japanese as well.

For a few weeks, I was completely immersed in Reikongaku. I read everything there was available on the net.

When I finally came to a stopping point, I was convinced, as convinced as I had never been before. 

Feeling of finally finding something I've been looking for. And the expectation that I will find all the answers someday. Complete trust and relief.

That was the life changing event for me.
The one that I will forever be thankful.

www.reikongaku.com


Monday, January 14, 2013

to the point

The most important thing for us now is to prepare and train our yutai (spiritual body).

Just like our physical body, our spiritual body gets damaged from day to day living.
All kinds of (spiritual) injuries and sickness affect the quality of yutai.

Quality of yutai affects condition of physical body, but more importantly, it will affect the quality of life when we shed our physical body and become non-physical existence.  

It is quite simple. That's how spiritual system works.

When you die, you will settle in the spiritual realm where your yutai will feel most suited.
It can be a place you perceive as heaven, or hell, or anywhere in between.

No matter how much wealth, fame, knowledge, wisdom, or connection you have in the world now, it does not give you a free pass to heaven. When you are at the entrance, all that matters is how your yutai is. That's all there is.

If you believe this, then you know that you have to bring your yutai level to the highest possible while you're alive, and you need to know how you can accomplish this. 

Reikongaku has given numerous opportunities to those people who believe, and desire to listen and learn. It's unlikely that reikongaku will come to you. You must find it yourself.

And that is why I write this blog. I want people to find reikongaku and decide on their own.

Reikongaku does not chase you, does not wait for you, and never forces you. That is why I feel this urgency now to let people know.

Time may really be running out...

www.reikongaku.com


Saturday, January 12, 2013

pondering...

We wake up everyday and live.
We think, we feel, and we react.

Suppose if there is no spirit, like so many claim, all we have is our physical body.
Our brain can think, feel, and react.
Our biological system is itself a miracle.

At the same time, you know that brain can be damaged or deteriorated quite easily.
Our brain can be controlled by certain chemicals or device.

It's as easy as taking a few pills to make a person's character to be entirely different.
A little hormonal imbalance will create an unexpected emotional reaction.

We know it. They are all proven scientific facts which so many people tend to accept rather easily.

Our physical body is a miracle, and fragile substance.

Are we really it?
Are you just that?

Can you truly convince yourself that you will be forever gone when your brain stops functioning?
Are you just a complicated biological mechanism that will be lost forever with your last breath?

The very first step in Reikongaku, or even before stepping into it, you must clear this question.

Reikongaku is for the people who take risk in believing something science has not acknowledged yet.
You must at least give it a chance to speak to you.  

www.reikongaku.com
  

Sunday, January 6, 2013

good death?

Everyone will die one day.
It's a fact. No question about it.

Are there good death and bad death then?
I think there are.

When we die, we leave our physical body behind, and become spiritual or non-physical existence.

YUTAI, pronounced like you-tie, is what Reikongaku calls our non-physical body.
It's nothing new. We've always had yutai. It's just that it was never proved scientifically.

After we die, yutai will be the body we use and we will know it sooner or later.

Yutai retains all memories that our physical brain does.
This means that we will remain the unique individual that we've always been.

After we die, we can expect ourselves to wake up and say, "Am I still alive?",
"Where am I?", "What happened?"...

I think it is one of the most important things for any person to have a good death.

My understanding of good death is:

- You know that you have spiritual body and will live on after physical death.
- You learn basics on how things will work in spiritual society.
- You train and condition your yutai to the best of your ability before you die.

Reikongaku teaches us these, and help us prepare for it.

You never know how much time you have left to do this.

The sooner the better of course, but it is your choice.