Raise your Self-Esteem with Shinkiko

   When we are influenced by negative Ki, we tend to think that we are not good enough.

We only see the greatness and happiness of the people around us.

It’s only the negative Ki which is making you feel that way, but you cannot accept yourself positively.

Negative Ki influences us because they want us to experience the same feeling of unhappiness that they felt.

Nowadays, because of the increasing amount of negative Ki, there seems to be a decline in self-esteem among both young and mature generations.

   If your self-esteem is temporarily lowered due to something that is not going well, you should refresh your mind, take action again even if it is small, and praise yourself when you have achieved your goal.

By saying encouraging words to yourself, such as “It’s okay,” “Good job” etc., you will attract positive Ki. 

Trying new things without fear of failure will help you rediscover your abilities and potential.

   If you think that your low self-esteem is because of your character, maybe you have accumulated layers of negative Ki due to negative experiences from the past.

Also, Japanese have a culture of modesty, so even when they receive compliments, they often tend to demean themselves and their families, saying, “No, I’m not good enough yet”.

Especially people who come from prestigious families may have been influenced by the strong negative Ki of their ancestors.

In such cases, by receiving Ki through Hi-Genki, negative Ki will gradually turn into positive Ki, so please use Shinkiko.

 Along with that, you should be grateful for what you have and what you have experienced in your life.

By remembering your past successes and accomplishments rather than your past failures and mistakes, you can realize your abilities and value again, and keep negative Ki away, receiving support from positive Ki.

Also, through SNS, we often see the success and happiness of others, but if we compare ourselves too much with others, we will attract negative Ki.

Even those who seem happy have their own problems, and everyone has their own challenges.

Try to move forward at your own pace and towards your own goals.

 No matter how thick the layer of negative Ki may be, you should use Hi-Genki daily or receive intensive Shinkiko by attending the Shinkiko Retreatment Seminar.

It is important to have a mind that will not be defeated by negative Ki.

How to Deal with “Laziness”

 There are many situations and circumstances in our daily lives where we feel lazy and cannot be bothered to do something.

For example, when I am feeling a little tired and I am told to “Take out the trash,” I sometimes feel “Do I have to go now? I can’t be bothered” and want to put it off.

I believe that you, too, sometimes feel lazy when you are faced with things that need to be done, such as housework, exercise, study, work, etc.

As I explained in this newsletter last week, when one can make up one’s mind and take action, Ki energy (soul light) will increase.

Therefore, when we are under the influence of negative Ki, our determination becomes weak, or becomes bothersome, and it is at such times that we should take action.

In other words, the key to personal growth and quality of life is to be able to overcome the feeling of “laziness” and take action.

Today, I would like to introduce a method for dealing with laziness.

I found on the Internet that there is a five-second rule by Mel Robbins, which is to count 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 when you feel laziness, and the moment you reach 0, immediately start taking action.

He says that if more than 5 seconds passes, you start looking for reasons why you can’t do it, and although I haven’t tried it yet, it is said to be effective in preventing hesitation and prolongation.

In my case, I use the method of starting in small steps, for example if I am feeling lazy about cleaning my room, I start by just tidying up my desk first.

Also, when I have to write a manuscript and I feel “laziness”, I set a reward for myself by saying, “When I finish this, I’ll have a coffee break with something sweet!” 

(Be careful not to eat too much. LOL).

 When you feel lazy and bothersome, you are influenced by negative Ki, so it is good to receive Ki by playing Onki, or if you feel tired of working at home, you can change the environment in which you work, by working in a café. Changing the environment and having a new mindset is a good way to change your Ki.

The above is my case, but I hope you will find what works best for you.

Lastly, as I said there is an influence of negative Ki behind the feeling of laziness.

Receiving Shinkiko can turn negative Ki into positive Ki, so please make sure to take Ki into your body at such times.

 Until the end of this month, we are holding a head enhancement campaign, which can dramatically increase the amount of Shinkiko energy you take into your body.

When you feel the effects of negative Ki, or when you are not getting better or have a prolonged positive reaction, it is important to increase Ki, so I highly recommend it.

Decisions and Actions Raise Our Ki

   In our daily lives, we need to make many decisions.

However, when we are influenced by negative Ki, we often feel lost, unable to make up our minds and take action as we wish.

Conversely, when a person can make a decision and take an action wanting to improve things, the negative Ki will be removed, and as a result, the person’s Ki will be raised.

 Negative Ki can affect anyone, so in this article, I will explain how to act with less hesitation and more determination so as not to be defeated by it.

   As well as negative Ki, there is positive Ki that is working to guide and support everyone.

That is why we have desires and ideas on how to improve ourselves and brighten our souls.

 At that time, if you can clarify your own values and goals, and visualize yourself at the goal, there will be no room for negative Ki, and you will be able to make decisions more easily.

   Also, decision-making involves risks, but by accepting these risks, new possibilities will open up.

Instead of thinking about the reasons why you can’t do something, try to look at it from a positive perspective, thinking, “How fun and exciting it would be if I could do it.”

For example, taking a new challenge involves anxiety and uncertainty, which can be stressful, but by accepting this, we can gain new skills and experiences that are irreplaceable.

 Sometimes making big decisions can be extremely stressful.

However, by starting with small decisions and actions, the influence of negative Ki will be gradually removed, and eventually you will be able to strengthen your ability to make decisions and take actions.

By starting with small things, you can speed up the cycle of “I’m glad I did it! “

 Finally, there are people who keep on regretting when they take action but the result ends in failure.

If you don’t take action, you will have no regrets, but you will also have no growth.

The only way to move forward in a better direction is to challenge without fear of failure.

Failure is a part of growth, and it is a valuable experience which we can learn from and apply the next time.

   By receiving Shinkiko, negative Ki will change into positive Ki, so the flow from decision to action will be smoother, and the support of Shinkiko energy will be stronger as you become aware of it. 

When you are faced with a major decision, I recommend that you attend a Shinkiko Retreatment Seminar to recharge yourself with powerful Shinkiko energy.

To Ease the “Worrying Mind”

   In my Shinkiko Retreatment Seminar, when I ask the participants which of the “minds that easily attract negative Ki” in the “Indicators for Senshin” they often encounter in their daily lives, many of them say “worry”. 

They probably worry constantly about the future, other people’s opinions, and their own choices.

This “worrying” attracts negative Ki and often brings more stress and anxiety into our daily lives, so we need to be careful.

Today, I will explain how to overcome this problem.

   1] Most of the time we worry about future events or past decisions.

However, we cannot predict the future and we cannot change the past.

That is why it is important to focus on the present moment, “now.”

For example, while listening to Onki, place the head and take a deep breath, and focus on your body while receiving Ki.

By doing this, at least during this time, the influence of negative Ki will surely disappear, and if you continue to do so, you will gradually see improvement.

   2] It is a good idea to write down the worries that are going around and around in your mind on a piece of paper.

By visualizing the problem in detail, you can objectively see if it is really worth worrying about.

It also helps you to think of solutions.

Furthermore, it makes you more aware of negative Ki and makes it easier for Ki to reach you.

   3] Think of specific solutions or measures to your concerns and take action, even if it is small.

This will keep negative Ki away and make it easier to receive support from positive Ki.

It is important to remember the importance of moving forward one step at a time, rather than trying to solve everything at once.

   4] By consciously “looking for the good” and finding things to be thankful for in our daily lives, we can increase our positive feelings and decrease our negative Ki, thus reducing our worries.

It is good to make a habit of listing the good things you appreciated that day when you wake up in the morning or before going to bed.

   5] If worrying is inevitably affecting your daily life, it is also important to take the Shinkiko Retreatment Seminar to bring in powerful positive Ki.

It is also recommended because the conversations you have with other participants can also help you to resolve your worrying.

   Finally, worrying is often the result of the accumulation of many negative Ki, and it does not change overnight.

However, with small daily efforts and changes in awareness, you can gradually turn negative Ki into positive Ki and ease these feelings.

Remember the importance of moving forward at your own pace, without blaming yourself.

Improving Relationships with People Who “Look Down on You”

 Today, the Shinkiko Retreatment Seminar in Hokkaido started.

Various people participate in the Shinkiko Retreatment Seminar to use the energy of Shinkiko to enhance their Ki and to change their lives.

The reasons for participating vary from physical illnesses, mental problems, and improving relationships.

Today, I would like to focus on human relationships and explain about relationships with “people who look down on you” which is a commonly asked question.

   Since I am also in a position where I tend to “look down”, I need to be careful. People often say that they are offended by the words and attitudes of such people.

This too can be improved by applying the Ki perspective and using Shinkiko to improve the relationship.

 1【Understanding your own feelings】No matter how much blame is placed on the other person, from the Ki perspective, it is important to first take a closer look at your own side.

You must deeply explore your own feelings about why you feel uncomfortable with the person’s words and actions.

It may be due to your pride or past experiences.

By understanding your own feelings, you can respond calmly and also realize that the feelings may be the result of negative Ki that you are attracting, so be aware of that while receiving Shinkiko.

   2【Know the background of the other person】By knowing the reasons why the person has such an attitude, such as past experiences and upbringing, you can understand without becoming emotional.

Furthermore, since you can become aware of the negative Ki that is involved, it will be easier for the Shinkiko energy to reach the person, and the person will be able to change.

   3【Learn to communicate】If you feel uncomfortable, it is important to tell the other person at the right time.

Aggressive words attract negative Ki, so it is important to be as honest as possible about your feelings and thoughts, and through this, your own learning will deepen.

   4【Searching for good points】There are always good points and strengths in a person. By finding and appreciating them, in other words, “looking for the good in them,” you can improve your relationship through the support of positive Ki.

   5【Maintaining Distance】If the relationship does not improve no matter how hard you try, it may be necessary to maintain the necessary distance in order to maintain your own peace of mind.

It also takes time for the energy of Shinkiko to penetrate the negative Ki involved, so keep your distance from those with whom you have an unbreakable connection, and receive and send Ki slowly and patiently.

Even if you find it difficult to relate to people who “look down on you”,  this will change in time.

The important thing is to value yourself and respect the other person, which is the first step in true communication. This can be enhanced by using Shinkiko, and therefore is recommended.

Let’s Raise Our Ki Level and Send Light to Those Around Us

   The other day, I had someone who wanted to send remote Shinkiko during the Shinkiko lesson on the 13th, as it is the “Obon” season.

This month, many people want to send Shinkiko to their ancestors who have passed away because it is the time of the Obon Festival, Hiroshima and Nagasaki Memorial Day, and the anniversary of the end of World War II.

   We call it remote Shinkiko because we send Shinkiko energy to people who are far away. We can send Shinkiko energy not only to people who are actually alive, but also to those who have already passed away.

 By the way, I explain that every person has Ki energy in their body.

There is no one without Ki.

If you are alive, you have Ki like an invisible light in your body, and it may vary in intensity, but it is light, so Ki is radiated around you, just as light from a miniature light bulb spreads in the dark.

 I also believe that the direction and strength of Ki can be controlled by consciousness.

For example, if we focus our thoughts on someone, the more strongly we focus, the more Ki will be sent toward that person.

   Therefore, the feeling of compassion and care we have for others, along with the positive Ki that is working to support them, causes the Ki light in our body to flow in that direction.

Conversely, resentment, envy, etc., reaches the targeted person through the dark Ki, with negative Ki that gathers from the surroundings.

   When doing remote Shinkiko, you take the Shinkiko energy from space with Ki goods or High-Genki, and imagine the person you wish to send it to,  and it will reach them. It is very important to first focus on the light coming into you, and then to be aware of the other person (it is especially good if you can understand the person’s feelings).

 For this reason, in the Shinkiko Retreatment Course, we have time to learn about the relationship between mind and Ki before practicing this remote Shinkiko.

Furthermore, in the Shinkiko Master Training, which is a 6-month 12-step course, we go one step further to make it more effective, and we ask people to fill in information about their ancestors and other people around them who have struggled or had similar experiences to themselves, what they know and what they can remember, so that we can feel the feelings of the person to whom we want to send Ki as much as possible. We try to get a sense of the feeling of the person to whom we want to send Ki.

   The energy of Shinkiko enhances your own Ki, and when you are good, others become good, and when others are good, it comes back to you, and it is the universe’s way of guiding you so that everything shines brightly.

Raise Your Ki and Prepare for the Extreme Heat and ” Summertime Chill”!

  Hot weather is continuing.

The news is reporting that heat stroke alerts are the highest this year.

How is everyone doing? I am exercising by going for a walk in the early morning.

Last year I started drinking bitter gourd juice with Shinkiko Bio Concentrate. This year I received bitter gourd from my hometown, so I have been drinking it again.

(Bitter gourd is rich in nutrients and has many beneficial effects, such as boosting the immune system, and the Shinkiko Bio Concentrate is good for my stomach.)

  However, you shouldn’t be taking only cold food just because it’s hot.

In such hot weather, we cannot live without air conditioning, which is the reason why our body tends to go out of shape.

Even when I don’t feel cold, my wife says it is too cold.

Due to the difference in the amount of muscle between women and men, women feel cold more quickly than men, so in offices with many men, there are many people who feel cold due to over-air-conditioning, which in some cases leads to physical problems.

   In addition, when one is in an air-conditioned place for a long time, blood vessels contract to maintain body temperature, and the circulation of blood to the limbs becomes poor, which appears as “chill.” The body cannot keep up with the large temperature difference, which can lead to autonomic nervous system disorders and other symptoms.

 If you feel cold or are unwell despite taking measures to prevent chill, you may be suffering from the effects of negative Ki.

This is because negative Ki tends to affect areas where blood flow is poor, worsening the symptoms and causing poor physical condition.

   I regularly use a Healthy Ki Support for Belly at home.

Many of our members also use it as it is good for preventing chills in the summer.

Not only is it good in daytime, I have also received some comments that it has reduced the number of times they have to get up to go to the bathroom at night.

   In my case, I have my wife apply the Head to my waist, back, and feet while warming them with a small electric blanket.

My body gets cold before I know it, so this seems to be a very good countermeasure for this time of year.

Let’s spend the hot summer in good shape by receiving Shinkiko and  raising our Ki!

  PS: As announced in the monthly Hi-Genki magazine, we are holding a “Head Function Enhancement Campaign”.

We would like to thank all of you who have already expressed interest in this campaign.

We have received many requests asking if the old type 10x and 50x Stick Heads could be made 100x, and like other Stick Heads, we have decided to support this until the end of September, so please apply for this service.

What Are the Effects of Shinkiko?

  There are many people who have taken their own lives because of online slander.

On the website of the Matsue District Legal Affairs Bureau, I read an interesting article titled “Words and Life” by Chieko Tamaoka, a third-year student at Misato Town Yamato Junior High School, which won an award in the “National Human Rights Essay Contest for Junior High School Students” in Japan.

 Because the internet allows anonymous communication, irresponsible comments tend to spread. 

Ms. Tamaoka pointed this out and said, “…I hope that everyone will take responsibility for what they say and continue to have a feeling of compassion. I hope that the verbal weapon of slander will soon disappear from this world.”

  Recently, I too have seen some slanderous comments about Shinkiko. 

A person who knew nothing about Shinkiko was responding to a person who was asking a question about Shinkiko. The person made a conclusion that “it sounds like a spiritual sales method,” and ended with an irresponsible statement, “I would stop it if I were you” without considering the reaction of the viewers.

The term “spiritual sales” has recently become popular in the world, and many people are probably very sensitive to it.

For those who don’t know, it may be difficult to understand how Shinkiko’s Ki comes out of a machine.

In the beginning, I myself was not the least bit interested in this Shinkiko which my father was practicing, as it had nothing to do with me.

But then, because of my own health problems, I started doing this Ki and realized that it was a good thing, so I joined SAS 30 years ago.

There are many therapies in the world that have no scientific proof, including acupuncture and moxibustion. Even if some of them are recognized by their long history, Shinkiko’s history of a maximum of 37 years can make it “dubious”.

 Reassuringly, however, there is an academic article published by Dr. Nishimoto, who has experienced Shinkiko himself, concluding that “Hi-Genki is not a placebo effect,” and the SAS website has an excerpt in the section entitled “Double-blind Study Report”.

 Furthermore, there have been many testimonials from people who have experienced the effect on physical pain, stress, improved relationships, inheritance problems, and other money problems, and I myself have been encouraged by these voices.

 I believe that anything I say to people who don’t understand can only be misunderstood, so I tell them, “Please try it first.”

And for those who understand Ki, I try to explain carefully that “Human Ki is a spiritual thing”.

 For your reference, I have posted the reviews of the experiences that we have received in this newsletter, categorized by symptoms.

Let’s Be Careful of Assumptions

  Tomorrow, a 3-day/2-night Shinkiko Retreat Seminar in Azumino will start, so I will be on a business trip from today.

Last month, when I went to Aichi for a Retreat Seminar, I boarded the train earlier than the one I was supposed to take, because I didn’t check the information board properly at Shinagawa Station.

As soon as I sat down, a conductor asked me for my ticket, so I knew I made a mistake and was able to change trains at Shin-Yokohama without any trouble.

If it had been a little later, the train would not have stopped at the station on the way, and our schedule would have been drastically changed.

This is also due to positive Ki, but we should not always rely on it.

At that time, I said to myself to be careful of making assumptions.

 By the way, it is said that as one gets older, one’s brain deteriorates, making it easier to make mistakes due to assumptions.

“Assumptions can distort reality and hinder correct judgment and action.

The older we get, the more likely we fall into this trap,” I read.

I think this means that as we age, our brains become less flexible and less capable of processing information, making us more prone to making assumptions, and I wondered how we can protect ourselves from this deterioration.

 The first thing that comes to mind is to have a reflective mind.

It is important to check the tendency of our way of thinking.

We try to stay away from things we don’t like or dislike, so we need to reflect on that as well.

It is important to make an effort to keep learning in order to expand further knowledge and information.

I sometimes feel lazy too, but at such times I say, “No, no, wait” and try to take more time.

Furthermore, it is also important to communicate a lot with the people around you, especially those you trust, and try to reflect on yourself through them.

In my case, I receive a lot of good stimulation from my family, staff, and members.

I think the Retreat seminar is the best opportunity for this, because you get to talk to a lot of different people.

In addition, negative Ki, which wants us to fail, is looking for an opportunity to take advantage of us by trying to make us think bad things or things that will lead us to fail.

Therefore, it is important to take Shinkiko on a daily basis.

If you are concerned about someone around you who has strong assumptions, it is possible that they are being influenced by negative Ki and are unable to reflect on themselves, so I recommend that they receive Shinkiko from a Hi Genki head or other source.

Shinkiko That Changes Negative into Positive Ki

 The other day, when I published a short video about “10 occupations that tend to receive negative Ki from others,” there were more viewers than I expected, which made me feel that it is of interest to many people.

 People usually have the impression that negative Ki = bad things.

There are jobs that are easily influenced by negative Ki, but I’m not trying to say that they are bad.

 As I mentioned at the end of this video, “If you are in one of these occupations, and you have problems such as continuous poor physical condition, please attend a seminar that raises your Ki level”. Even if negative Ki causes physical problems in the beginning, it can be a chance for that person to make a big change.

 Those of you who have been practicing Sinkiko for many years know well that seemingly bad events are deeply connected with negative Ki.

When you bring in positive Ki from the outside with Shinkiko, the negative Ki is transformed into an invisible light called positive Ki, and you start to notice things, or your support increases and turns into good things.

I say “seemingly” bad, because you can learn something from a bad thing, which is a very good thing, and not only that, you can get more support. So negative Ki is not a bad thing, it’s just that the energy is temporarily lowered.

 Negative Ki affects our relationship in many ways. Not only occupations, but also parents and children, married couples, colleagues, classmates and so on. It affects and worsens the relationship, making us feel down and distressed, and tries to expand its power.

Even in such times, let us focus our attention on how we can change, not on others.

We often receive positive Ki from others, such as thankfulness, joy, and fun.

Let’s keep our antennae up so that we can catch them.

 When seemingly negative things happen, we all want to do something about it as soon as possible.

To do so, think carefully about what efforts you can make to solve the problem.

The only way is to minimize the amount of negative Ki you emit, keep receiving Shinkiko, and make efforts one step at a time, even though it may be painful.

Then one day, your vision will suddenly open up and you will feel at ease.

Believe in the support from the universe, Shinkiko, and keep going!