April 8th, 2011
My suggestion to everyone:
On the following Monday, it will be one month from March 11th when the massive earthquake, massive tsunami and nuclear plant accident occurred.
It doesn’t seem to me that the disaster of this time was a mere disaster. I feel that it is the beginning of the catastrophe phenomenon that has been the subject among people in this past recent years. So, even though the reactor problem is once solved this time, it’s possible that new difficult problems will affect us one after another.
Come to think of it, the 9-11 attacks occurred on September 11th, 2001. We could say that, for the citizens of the planet earth, it was the first day when the catastrophe happened. And 10 years after 9-11 was March 11th 2011 when the second catastrophe affected us in my country, Japan.
Now I have a suggestion for all.
Let’s make 11th of each month “The Day of Prayer for the Peace on Earth” and let’s pray hand-in-hand all together for the peace on Earth.
At noon on the 11th, local time, please say the following words called “The Grand Invocation” to pray:
“Uchu no Mugen no Chikara ga Kori Kotte, Makoto no Daiwa no Miyo ga, Nari Natta.” (This means: The eternal power of the Universe has gathered itself to create the world with true and grand harmony.)
This is the Kotodama -spiritual power of words - that Dr. Nobuo Shioya created for peace on earth. Dr. Shioya is said to be the reincarnation of Laozi, philosopher of ancient China, and I highly respect him. He was an admirable medical doctor who served as a primary physician of the Empress, Showa Emperor’s wife”.
Dr. Shioya passed away about 5 years ago at the age of 106. While he was alive, he said to me that he was wishing that 10% of the whole people in the entire world would chant the Great Invocation. He was the last Japanese hsien (meaning enlighted person, mountain hermits) and devised these words since he was concerned that we would face the catastrophe.
So, let’s call out to people around you and chant the words of the Great Invocation on every 11th at noon to prepare for the catastrophe.
With love and gratitude,