Monday, April 6, 2015

An Experience of A Young Man. ある青年の体験談


Hello, I'm Kazu. On this blog I write about the true self discovery and about Yasuyuki Sato who has developed various kinds of methods to enable people to awaken to their true self (their god nature inside), as well as experiences of people who actually discovered it. I also post some tips on how to live a happy life!

I'll post the status update on Miyo sasaki, as soon as I hear from her. Today, I'll share an experience of a young man who made a tremendous shift in his consciousness with Mr.Sato's exercise, "Perfection Exercise~God's mailbox" that Miyo Sasaki is also doing.

This is a letter written by him.

"Dear. Mr. Sato
Thank you for the wonderful seminar, “Mastery of the True Self" the other day. It allowed me to have a life-changing experience and to make a shift in my mind. Now I'd like to share my experience as well as my realization with sincere gratitude.

Since I was 15 years old I have suffered from diabetes, and recently it took a turn for the worse. I have a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes and now I need insulin injections four times a day.

The type1 diabetes is classified into immune deficiency or virus disease. The probability of developing this disease is 1.5 out of every 150000. 

Over the past several years, I'd been tormented by strange feelings that I harass myself or it is like I say to myself "die!" 

I sometimes had more or less suicidal thoughts while being tough on my own value as I knew the fact that I couldn't survive without insulin infusion.

However, while doing the "Perfection Exercise~the God's Mailbox" in the seminar, I could realize something amazing!

I realized that all my thoughts were illusion and that the disease itself had served as important driving forces in my success. 

Looking back, I have been very successful except my health condition, but I only paid attention to my negative aspects.

When I think about it, my guts and forwardness surely come from the disease or my sense of inferiority. I could change how things are perceived. I could recognized the truth.

Now I feel that having developed diabetes is not an unfortunate but a fortunate matter that happened to me with a probability of 1.5 out of 150000.

Such a surprising shift in my mind took place thanks to the exercise. I'd like to express my gratitude for you. Thank you very much, Mr. Sato."

I was really moved by his experience and reaffirmed the significance of the exercise. I couldn't help but think of his life without this realization. 

Your thoughts are invisible to the eyes, but your thoughts or what you have in your mind surely determine the course of your life.