The Language Codes Switch on the Divine Gene
Lecturer: Kenji Nanasawa, Representative Director of General Incorporated Association Shirakawa Gakkan
Editor: Parole Editorial Section, Yasushi Ohno, supervisor
When reciting Shinto prayers or using Logostron every day, I feel that there are actions to switch on the mental gene and the divine gene in the individual actions of Shirakawa Shinto. I would like to hear your views on that.
For example, there is a phrase “DNA is switched to RNA” when you are connected to your ancestral gods. In this sense, I think there is a difference between the physical way of transmission and the way information is transmitted through actions. However, since genes also have a hierarchy, the switch is turned on sequentially from the somatic gene, then the psychiatric gene, and the divine gene. The emotion is the important key as the trigger to push the first switch.
We have made the emotional mandala and emotional processors with the aim of covering as many emotions as possible. In this process, we now realize that when a certain emotion is created and a command is given to the body, an “image substance” instantaneously activates in the body, and as a result, it acts not only on the substance but also on the consciousness and spreads throughout the whole body.
This will be easier to understand if we imagine what is called a happiness gene. When people feel happy, active substances in the brain, such as dopamine and β-endorphin, are released.
In other words, the hormonal material that was activated in this way also acts on the consciousness, so we can feel comfortable and happy. This happens at the level of “physical emotion”, which is the lowest level of the hierarchy of emotion.
As the level of emotion rises, you are led to a domain beyond the physical emotions of the first level, specifically, the emotions that arise in the level of the five souls. At that state, a world awaits you where a sense of happiness sublimates into philosophy.
I think that in the will that created the universe, there is already embedded information that will allow you to feel the emotions of gods. If such information is also embedded in humans created by the blueprint of gods, we should now focus on “How do we switch on the divine gene?”
The rich Japanese emotional terminology, which is said to have more than 7,000 pieces, is useful to achieve this. Covering and feeling the emotions that the words simply represent is the first step to elevate to the level of gods in the hierarchy. Needless to say, there is a world of spirit words at the root of rich emotional terms. Therefore, we prepared the language codes so that many people could reach Futomani, or the source to manifest everything, as soon as possible.
The language codes are the fifty Japanese syllables. Although paradoxical, by welcoming individual sounds as a god, you can experience the emotions corresponding to the countless emotional terms produced from the sounds. To do this, it is important to be aware of your own feelings on a daily basis and try to verbalize them proactively. If we can find an emotional term that fits exactly the emotion you have and apply it to a specific word, we will be able to switch on the divine gene.
As I mentioned at the beginning, emotions are important as the first trigger to push the switch of genes. By applying the words appropriate to the emotions that have come to your mind, the emotions resonate with the domain of word spirits based on symmetry communication. When the door of the word spirits opens, the switch of the divine gene is turned on.
Born in Kofu, Yamanashi Prefecture in 1947. After graduating from Waseda University, he completed a Doctoral Program in the Graduate School of Letters at Taisho University. He developed an information processing system based on knowledge modeling of traditional medicine and philosophies and is a researcher of religious studies. He is involved in developing a next-generation system for digitizing language energies. Mr. Nanasawa re-established the Shirakawa Gakkan as a research institute for the study of the court rituals and ceremonies carried out by the Shirakawa family of Kyoto, a noble family that oversaw the Jingi, an office for religious rituals, for 800 years from the mid- Heian period to the end of the Tokugawa shogunate. He currently serves as the representative director of Shirakawa Gakkan and CEO of the Nanasawa Institute, among other positions.
He has written and served as the editorial supervisor for a number of books, among them Why Do Things Go Well with Japanese? Knowledge Modeling Inherent in Japanese Language and Culture (Naze nihonjin wa umakuikunoka? Nihongo to nihon bunka ni naizai sareta chishiki moshikika gijutsu) (Bungeisha). Also, he is the supervising editor of Three Works on the Study of Hebrew from a Shinto Perspective (Shinto kara mita heburai kenkyu sanbusho) (by Koji Ogasawara), and co-author with Koji Ogasawara of Princess Otohime of the Dragon Palace and Urashima Taro (Ryugu no Otohime to Urashima Taro).
Every morning, Kenji Nanasawa, Representative Director of Laboratorio Co., Ltd., gives a lecture to group companies and members of Shirakawa Gakkan, a general incorporated association he serves as representative director, primarily by answering questions from staff. Please enjoy the summaries of the lectures, titled “Hafurimeku”.