Dr. Masaru Emoto: An explanation regarding words of prayer

OIL AND WATER by ...-Wink-...

Today, on his blog, Dr. Masaru Emoto provides an explanation for his wording of his suggested prayers in the past perfect tense.

On April 3rd, I asked you to say the prayer words in past perfect tense such as “it has been solved,” without providing enough explanation. I would like to further explain the reason why.

Dr. Nobuo Shioya is the master teacher of kotodama, spiritual power of words, and I respect him deeply as my mentor. Dr. Shioya passed away four years ago, ten days before his 106th birthday. He has left the chanting phrases with kotodama entitled the Grand Invocation. It goes as follows.

“Uchu no Mugen no Chikara ga Korikotte Makoto no Daiwa no Miyo ga Naninatta.”

It means, “The Eternal Power of the Universe has gathered itself to create a world with true and grand harmony.”

I have been trying to spread this invocation throughout the world after taking it over from Dr. Shioya. As you can see, it is written in the past perfect tense. There is a reason for that.

Dr. Shioya used to teach us that it is important to hold a strong determination and confidence as if your vision has already been actualized when you make a wish truly. I am following his instruction.

I know that all the people around the world are strongly hoping that the problems from the accident will be solved as soon as possible. I used the past perfect tense for above reason.

Suggested prayer for April 6:

Presently water and oil can’t be mixed. However, I trust that they will be mixed with each other when we offer love and gratitude to water and oil.  Let’s offer thoughts of love and gratitude to oil in the ground of the world.

To oil-san, we are sorry,
Please forgive us,
We thank you,
And we love you.

Dr. Masaru Emoto
Messenger of Water
April 6, 2011

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