Pay attention to the signs around you
You do not have to be a Buddhist to recognize the Power of the Shoten Zenji.
Every day, when I do Gongyo, (Buddhist prayers), I offer appreciation to the Shoten Zenji, which is the protection of the Buddhist Gods. This can be recognized in many ways. The way I learned was very simple, “If a cart is going in front on my, cart, on a country road, and his wheel goes into a hole, it is a warning for me to circumvent that hole in the road.” This action protects my passengers, my load, and my life, from harm.
In the same way, if you hear it is going to rain, you will bring an umbrella.
However, in life, the warnings are not so clear. If our minds, and thoughts are occupied with too much, (i.e. texting, work, worries, love, etc.), we tend to ignore the signs of danger. In order to protect ourselves, and our loved ones, pay attention to warnings. Check your wallet; make photocopies of all important documents, and and put them in a safe place, away from you. Check the warning signs on our dashboard, if a light goes on, do NOT ignore it. It may be a warning to save your life.
When I do a reading, and out of the blue, say, “check that right front tire” I am getting this information from my guides. Know that the Buddhist Gods (and all the Angels) are watching out for you.
I find this prayer helpful: "I offer appreciation for the functions in life and the environment (SHOTEN ZENJI ) That served to protect us, and pray that these protective powers be further strengthened and enhanced through my practice of the law of cause and effect." -- Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo
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by Serena x7072