When Equinox Comes, Think of Dumplings

 The other day at the supermarket, I was wondering “There are so many Ohagi (rice dumplings) lined up, shall I buy one? ” when I remembered that it is the equinoctial week of the year.

There is a saying, “When the equinox comes, think of dumplings,” but I had completely forgotten about the autumnal equinox and had been focusing only on sweet things.

 The equinox is an event that is held because it is believed that the world in which our ancestors live and the world in which we live come closer together.

Since we are aware of our ancestors and they are aware of us, from the Ki perspective, I explain it as a “shortening of the distance between here and there,” or in other words, “Ki becomes easier to reach.”

This means that (1) Ki from here will be easier to reach there and (2) Ki from there will be easier to reach here.

Let me explain the key points of these two.

 The point of (1) is that we can send positive Ki from our hearts by being grateful to our ancestors who built the foundation of our lives.

At this time, when we remember our ancestors with our family, it strengthens our family connection and sense of unity. At the same time, by sending Ki to our ancestors, we can develop a spirit of caring and supporting as a family that shares common roots.

Of course, it is good to clean and take care of the family graves with family members, and make offerings of favorite foods to the ancestors, but even if you cannot do so, you can still send Ki energy by being aware of your ancestors while receiving Shinkiko.

Furthermore, if you can send remote Shinkiko using Hi-genki or Shinkiko Frames while looking at your own family registration, you will be more grateful for your ancestors and it will be easier for Ki energy to reach.

 Regarding (2), what does it mean by receiving Ki from the other side as well? First, if one of our ancestors has low Ki energy and has negative feelings, such as pain and suffering, it will reach us, and we may feel the same way, or our physical condition may become poor.

Secondly, ancestors who already have a lot of Ki energy and have become positive Ki may try to help their family members and descendants in any way they can so that they can shine brighter.

 Those of you who have been practicing Shinkiko on a regular basis may be able to catch Ki from the other side more easily.

During this time of the year, the more we shine, the more light will be sent to our ancestors, so if you have something in mind, I hope you will receive Shinkiko more thoroughly, and if you come up with an idea, I hope you will put it into action.

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.