This Article is a continuation
of the previous Article
About the eyes called
According to the information of
the Law of Origin, the name of the
eyes called Heavenly Eye is explained
and it is the eyes that see “Remote places”
and “Events happening in faraway place.”
Heavenly Eye is defined as
“the eyes seeing Sai-Shiki.”
“Sai” means “detail” and Shiki means
“phenomenon.” Together, it means
“the eyes that can see the details of
From this sense, if the father was able
to see what the son is like in his Next Life
by the memories that he had of the son
while he was alive such as Habits,
Personality, Voice, Words, Way of thinking,
and like, it can be said that the father
looked at the son’s appearance in the
Next Life by the Heavenly Eye.
A normal person cannot see the son’s
delicate feelings and way of thinking.
Like his father, if he spent a lot of time
with the son during his life, and also,
if he as his parent always wished for
the son’s future and success and had
deep love for him, he can clearly see
the son’s nature, personality, and
subtle way of thinking, etc. that
others cannot see.
It can be said that the father have
seen the “Sai-Shiki (detailed parts
of phenomena)” of the son’s nature,
personality, etc. by the Heavenly Eye.
As the other examples of Heavenly
Eye, Astronomers and others use
advanced observation equipment
such as radio telescopes, giant
telescopes, or space telescopes and
see the things in the distant universe
that cannot be seen normally.
That can be said that seeing the
detailed parts of phenomena by
using the Heavenly Eye.
Also, Life science experts and
bacteriologists also use electron
microscopes and other equipment
and look at the molecular structure
of DNA and the microscopic world
at the atomic level.
That can also be said to be
“Seeing Sai-Shiki with the Heavenly
In addition, in the information of
the Law of Origin, it is explained that
there is the Naked Eye, Wisdom Eye,
Law Eye, and Buddha Eye in addition to
the Heavenly Eye, and is revealed that
there are 5 types of Eyes in total.
The five types of Eyes are called
What kind of eyes is the Naked Eye,
the Wisdom Eye, the Law Eye,
the Buddha Eye?
The features of the Naked Eye
The Naked Eye is the normal human
eye. Its characteristics are as follows.
“Only seeing what one can see with
the Naked Eye”
“Looking close, Can’t see far”
“Often focus on the external appearance.”
“Often make judgments by looking
at the rough parts of the phenomena.”
Others include “Emotions, imagination,
impressions, etc. often intervene when
looking at things.” (1)
(1) However, there are many cases
where “Judge by looking at the
general parts of the phenomena”
turns out to be correct. Also, there
are cases where “what one saw with
the Naked Eye” was correct. Please
note that I am talking about the
objective characteristics of the
Naked Eye now, not about good or
bad of things.
On the other hand,
“The Heavenly Eye is an eye that
looks closely at the detailed parts
of phenomena” as I mentioned earlier,
so it can see things well like the
“microscopic world, subtle places,
and the macroscopic world that are
Also, the Heavenly Eye can see
“Hidden Treasure Places” that cannot
be seen well with the Naked Eye.
As a result, those who feel a sense
of inadequacy (Dissatisfaction) with
the Naked Eye, begin to seek out the
In this case, the disadvantage of the
Naked Eye and Heavenly Eye is that
they often have an attachment to what
Then, those who feel a sense of
inadequacy in the Naked Eye and
Heavenly Eye will be seeking out
the Wisdom Eye.
The Wisdom Eye is “an eye that does
not have an attachment to what it sees.”
Why do the Naked Eye and
Heavenly Eye seek “the Wisdom Eye,
which does not cause an attachment”?
The Wisdom Eye sees the things,
such as Property, Money,
Land ownership, Status, Power, Fame,
etc., but it doesn’t have an attachment
Why will the Naked Eye and Heavenly
Eye become to seek out the Wisdom Eye?
For the Naked Eye and the Heavenly Eye,
would be “Not causing an Attachment”
It’s completely unthinkable to me.
Another thing I’m wondering about is…
Why doesn’t the Wisdom Eye become
attached to what it sees?
To be continued to a later date