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Sep 11, 2015

Heavenly Message by Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi 7 Message from Yonakiishi – Relief of stones saddened at human violent action

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Heavenly Message by Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi 7 Message from Yonakiishi – Relief of stones saddened at human violent action
This is a sequel to Heavenly Message by Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi. I chose a better photo from among many photos. When you look at the stone in the photo, you will find your consciousness naturally attracted to the belly. The chakra you feel vibration is on the Swadhisthana chakra, which means that the stone is in the state of being sad. There are a significant number of stones like this stone.
However, it turns out that Gayatri Mantra and Mantra of Love enable such stones to be relieved.
Anyone who is interested in the following message after reading this article is requested to send to Shanti Phula a photo of *Yorokobiishi (**Yonakiishi) as of today. Through the effect of the mantras, the vibrations of all chakras must be raised to the Sahasrara. I plan to post this photo and the photo taken in the past for a comparison purpose in the future.

(Note)*”Yorokobiihi” and **”Yonakiishi” mean a stone of joy and a stone crying at night in Japanese, respectively.

September 4, 2015
Masatoshi Takeshita

Heavenly Message by Mrs. Seiko Nakanishi 7

<Communicator: Seiko Nakanishi>
<Communication date: September 3, 2015>

This is continued report on stones.
This stone seems to be no ordinary stone. (Laughter)

Last night I happened to learn through a TV program that there is a legendary stone called “Yonakiishi” in Sayo no Nakayama, Shizuoka Prefecture, a place famous in connection with Tokaido. I became interested in “why the stone cries at night,” I searched “Yonakiishi” on Wikipedia this morning.
Suddenly the “Yonakiishi” I saw on TV sent a message to me.
The following is a message from him.

“I am a stone named “Yonakiishi” of Sayo no Nakayama.
I was glad that you detected me. I’m sending a message in order to express my appreciation.
The legend you read almost exactly tells the truth.

[Such tragedy really existed!]

Yes, I was so sad that my heart almost burst with grief. It echoed like crying voice.
When I remembered those days, I feel pain in the heart even now, though not so often recently, and sometimes cried all through the night.

The other day, your friends Kankuraishi and Itanabeishi told me that chanting Gayatri Mantra and Mantra of Love would make me very happy.
My sorrow has been known to them from old times.
I immediately started chanting the two mantras.

I always felt like a cloudy sky. But with more and more bright light coming into my heart, I realize now that sorrow has been decreased so that I cannot remember for sure.

I had spent every day living, totally forgetting joy since then. These mantras, however, have made me feel really happy.
Now I clearly understand what it is like to feel happy or feel calm.
I have prayed because I want to tell you that I am very happy.
You found about me through a TV program and did a research on my legend. Thanks to you, I was able to connect with you. I’m really happy.
I shouted “banzai” despite myself. (Laughter)
Please receive joy I feel from the bottom of the heart!

I’m going to continue to *sing these two mantras every day as long as I live. I believe that my friends who are sure to be listening to my song will do the same thing.
(Note)* He uses the word “sing” not “chant.” It seems to me that he wants to show that he sings a song of joy.
Seiko, thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

[The pleasure is mine. I do thank you!
I can’t call you “Yonakiishi” any more. How can I call you?]

Call me “Yorokobiishi”!

[Wow! It’s the same name as mine!]

It’s all the more joyous! (Laughter)”


The above is a message from Yorokobiishi.
Last night, I happened to watch a TV program for a few minutes. I became curious about the information on the “Yonakiishi.” I searched the stone on Wikipedia and knew about it in detail for the first time.
When the stone witnessed a tragedy at close range, he felt so deep sorrow and so quite shocked that subsequently he let out a cry of sorrow audible to the human ear for many years. The cry gets to human heart!

This message made me realize anew how much suffering and sorrow all violent actions humanity has done have brought not only to humanity but to all living things in nature.

Seiko Nakanishi

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