“Some people consider it great, go through superficial training,
and result in being trapped by selfish ego.
Such people would never know the truth of God.
Such people would outwardly be called saints,
but they are just silly donkeys inwardly.”
Belonging to any special religions is not necessary to discover truth.
Going to some spiritual training places or following ritual and traditions are not necessary, either.
Do those who become ascetic monks and repeat religious ritual
aim at some self-realization by doing so?
Training itself comes from human lusts,
and trying to achieve something or to become something are thirsts of mind.
Are ascetic monks really free from lusts?
What does it mean to repeat ritual and religious routine?
Is there really ‘truth’ in such things at all?
Flowers blooming on the earth just live and exist.
Unlike humans, they don’t do any such nonsense as spiritual training or ritual.
They just live and exist, therefore they are lives themselves and the universe.
There are no efforts, goals, achievement or accomplishment, but only living.
Only humans pursue something desperately and desire achievement and self-realization.
Living and existing are exactly the truth,
and there are no lusts to achieve anything.
Do those who train and who think they can obtain something by ritual
realize that they act on the basis of their own lusts and intentions?
If they really have neither lust nor ego,
they would never train or attend any ritual, because
they know “where there is any man-made act, there is no truth of life”.
Truth of life exposes human deception or falsity.
+Bongaren & DivineSoul Inc. represent Kiyotaka.Aiuchi & Kaco.Aiuchi
*[Shirdi SaiBaba Tokyo Center, Japan]
*[DivineSoul Inc. Spiritual Energie Work's]