First and foremost, I would like to extend my heartfelt joy and gratitude to my fellow practitioners of this study for taking three days out of their lives to attend the fifth UTA seminar. The following is a summary of it. Please refer to this as necessary to prepare yourself to take another step forward in this study at the next seminar.
At the beginning of the fifth seminar, I asked attendees to review the importance of reflecting on their mothers with a particular focus on the following items:
1) What your mother did for you
2) What your mother did not do for you
3) What you did for your mother
I asked attendees to reflect on these items and write in their notebook the following types of information for their own study: Everything that came to mind about their own mother and also the feeling they remember experiencing during the events they recall.
I also asked attendees to meditate on their days as infants, telling them only to do so after they come to know they have made progress in reflecting on their own mother. I then asked them to try to remember how they felt while being carried for 40 weeks by recalling the time when their mother had breastfed them. As I did so, I particularly emphasized practicing this meditation on a continuous basis with patience, reminding the attendees to give it as long as it may take until they remember their mother's warmth and come to believe in it. I stressed this point because warmth is what they originally were. It is what their darkness needs to be embraced with; warmth is love—it is power. The stronger one embraces his/her darkness with warmth, the larger his/her power of love becomes. In other words, because warmth is what we are, we feel ourselves expand through meditation.
The most important point in this study is meditation, which is to turn one's heart toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert. The more you become able to turn your heart toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert, the better you will understand that you truly are warmth. Eventually, you will be able to truly understand what is written in The Flow of Consciousness and in Sono hito, Taike Tomekichi (His Name Was Tomekichi Taike) with such depth that you will surprise yourself.
Please pursue this study until you come to wholeheartedly enjoy meditating for the single aim of making the turn of consciousness, establishing yourself as an independent practitioner,. I look forward not only now but also after I have moved onto the next dimension to seeing everyone accomplish these goals.
In meditating, try to understand the following points with your heart: Joy is power; it is the world of Tomekichi Taike/Albert, and it brings physical health, world peace, and happiness. On the other hand, anger is the power of darkness; it causes illness, destruction, and unhappiness and therefore needs to be calmed down.
Please remember that the most important point is meditation, which is to turn your heart exactly toward Tomekichi Taike. In addition, never mediate selfishly for your own advantage—meditating is not a religious practice. Instead, meditating should be enjoyed. Between each opportunity to meditate, ask yourself the following questions:
1. Are you making progress on your reflection and meditation?
2. Do you understand the meaning of reincarnation?
3. How well do you understand the difference between the physical existence and the consciousness of Tomekichi Taike?
4. Do you understand why Tomekichi Taike was born as a Japanese person and in Osaka?
5. How much of what Tomekichi Taike has been saying do you really believe in?
6. Are you receiving messages from Tomekichi Taike?
7. Are you communicating with Tomekichi Taike? Asking who he is after his death?
8. Are you continuing to communicate with Tomekichi Taike after you die, or do you get immobilized after your death?
9. Are you communicating with Albert, who is Tomekichi Taike's future?
10. What kind of meeting do you have with Albert in your future incarnation?
11. Have you been able to move onto the next dimension? If so, please communicate what moving onto the next dimension is like.
Love was all there was in the beginning.
Our consciousness is love, space/the universe is love, and so are our mothers.
I am love and so are you; we are one.
Life and death both exist within love.
Love is joy, warmth, and power.
We all come from love and will return to love.
Without love, space/the universe is dark, as is life without love.
Making the turn of consciousness, establishing yourself as an independent practitioner of this study, and becoming ready to move onto the next dimension are what set your path back toward love.
Let's all realize that warmth is what we truly are and return to love.
After the fifth UTA seminar, something happened, which made me happy: Although still a small few, some fellow practitioners who have been pursuing this study over 20 years finally realized that they were rather arrogant or thought more of themselves than they had imagined. All of those who came to such realization said something along the lines of "I thought I understood this study, but I actually knew nothing. I need to make a new start." If you are not one of these people, please ask yourself if you are any different. If you think you are better than others or that no one is better than you, you must be unable to turn your heart towards Tomekichi Taike/Albert. The condition of your heart should be as follows: I am not only right, but also great and perfect. If in such a condition, your heart should always be mad in anger, always competing with others and causing destruction. Your entire life would be one of great sorrow and suffering, and your state after death would be indescribably worse. Even in your sleep, you would not be able to dream of achieving joy, warmth, and happiness. In addition, if you have turned your heart toward such entities as god(s), Buddha, psychics, and/or the powers of the universe, you need to begin practicing mediation as soon as possible in the correct steps that have been described at UTA seminars and in UTA books. In addition, I ask that you decide by yourself whether to do so or not by the sixth UTA seminar. I do not choose my fellow practitioners; nor do I ask any existing practitioners to continue studying—rather, I welcome anyone who wants to start new. Nonetheless, please know that if anyone were to pursue this study with the hope of fulfilling a selfish interest, he/she would never understand it. In fact, I know a number of people who have tried to balance materialistic happiness with happiness of the heart; however, the two states of happiness are not balanceable.
Those who have tried to achieve such a balance likely attempted to balance physical and mental happiness.
Mental happiness is one that is based on the belief that the true world is the physical world.
The happiness of the heart is not mental happiness; rather, it is a happiness based on the world of consciousness.
Therefore, even if one tried to find an aforementioned type of balance, doing so with two types of happiness would be impossible, because they are based on different worlds.
We exist in the world of consciousness and always have. The foundations of causes of all consequences exist in the world of consciousness.
Trying to balance the two worlds simply makes no sense—whether they be phrased the "physical" and "conscious" worlds or the "physical" and "mental" worlds.
If the idea of finding such a balance has crossed your mind, please ask yourself why you want to even try to achieve such a balance, because then you should be able to see that the condition of your heart centers around the physical world.
The study's primary focus for our current lifetime is to become able to understand the difference between what we know as mental happiness and what I have described as the happiness of the heart.
I know the difficulty that lies in the studying the happiness of the heart, based on the world of consciousness, while living in the physical world.
Nonetheless, I also know that we can reestablish our foundation as one centering around the world of consciousness to achieve true happiness and that this can only be done through truly looking into one's own heart and turning it toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert. We have neglected ourselves so completely that we no longer even realize ourselves as doing so. We need to recognize that this is our current state, and to do so, it will take a number of future lifetimes. Recognizing how foolishly we have neglected ourselves is the aim of not only our current lifetime but also a number of future lifetimes. Therefore, please find some time to mediate every day. Spending any amount of time thinking about the ideas shared through UTA seminars, imagining what state one could eventually arrive at by pursuing this study, writing passages or articles about the study, and/or telling others about it would be meaningless if one did not meditate. I know that there are fellow practitioners who only mediate when they become ill or encounter some problem at home or work. Therefore, I clearly state here that doing so is also meaningless. Better yet, do not meditate for such selfish reasons. Instead, please turn your heart toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert through meditation and only do so selflessly, just as you sleep and eat every day. In addition, spend at least an hour on meditation. In the end, doing so will make a clear-cut difference between those who practiced meditation and those who did not.
If you consider yourself as being more arrogant than others and/or have devoted yourself to a religion or been particularly interested in supernatural powers, you should seriously pursue this study. In addition, when meditating, remember to follow the correct steps, and do not meditate half-heartedly. Meditate every day and do so properly.
Understanding the world of Tomekichi Taike/Albert by actually feeling it with one's heart and doing so through meditating and turning one's heart toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert is the most important point in this study. If you do not meditate every day properly, you should not consider yourself as pursuing this study because you will never truly understand the significance of life nor the reason we exist in the physical world, the meaning of reincarnation, the meaning of life, and of death. These things can only be understood with your heart; you will know whether you understand them properly because when you do, you will feel happy wholeheartedly. Those who are arrogant like feeling special and/or living luxuriously and/or idle their life away—i.e., they believe the physical world is the true world—and thereby they would be unable to meditate properly.
In addition, while meditating, try to feel the state you will be in after death by communicating with yourself existing in the dimension of death.
I know I am very foolish just as anyone else in this physical world. But at the same time, because I exist in the physical world, I am able to help everyone understand the direction in which the flow of consciousness is headed by pointing in that direction. I am extremely happy that I have been able to be of some help and would like to extend my gratitude.
I know that my physical body will maintain its health enough to enable me to continue helping everyone understand the flow of consciousness as long as I live. In addition, I know that nothing regarding myself will change while I live and after I die. This is something that anyone can understand with their heart. Understanding this fact with your heart is the true reason you have been reincarnating. I truly hope no one dies before they realize that this truly is the real reason they have been reincarnating.
Please read over and over again until you remember by heart everything that is written. In addition, please attend as many UTA seminars as possible, mediate every day properly, and read my website—titled Sono hito, Tomekichi Taike (His Name Was Tomekichi Taike)—as thoroughly as possible. I look forward to seeing everyone having deepened their understanding of this study.
Communicating with yourself existing in the dimension of death is more than just feeling the state you will be in after death through the waves and vibrations sent from yourself existing in the dimension of death. Please actually speak with yourself in that dimension. If you cannot do this, you have not yet reached the level of understanding yourself enough. Try asking yourself, "Do you spend enough time on turning your heart toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert and feel his waves and vibrations? Do you continue to receive messages from Tomekichi Taike/Albert?" If the answer you receive from yourself is not "Yes. I continue to receive messages from Tomekichi Taike/Albert now as I live like as I had when I was dead," then no matter what wonderful ideas you may present, achievements you may make, and admiration that others may view you with, your heart is full of nothing other than pure darkness and you will keep returning to hell regardless of how many times you reincarnate.
If you are suffering, you are nothing other than pure darkness and cannot do anything for others besides radiate the energy of darkness. If you are suffering, you are not nice to yourself because you have not yet truly realized you are warmth capable of exuding the energy of joy. You do not know your true self. Those who do not know their true self do not know why they are suffering, and for that very reason, they tend to blame others, try to change others to their advantage, and/or pray to such entities as god(s) or Buddha, which only cause severer degrees of suffering. We are all responsible for our own choices. If we make the wrong choices, we will suffer. If you understand the preceding statements, then you should know what you need to do—you need to meditate, and you need to do so properly with pure honesty and belief in Tomekichi Taike/Albert.
The state you feel you will be in after death is the current condition of your heart. Therefore, we can say that those who are unable to ask themselves in what state they exist in the dimension of death cannot tell what condition their hearts are currently in, which is why I ask my fellow practitioners to try as hard as they can to communicate with themselves existing in the dimension of death. I will wait as long as possible for everyone to become able to do so.
Do you practice reflecting on yourself? Reflecting on yourself is the only way to save yourself. It is to look into the condition of your heart, feel the energy you exude, and embrace that energy with your own tenderness and warmth. To understand that your true self is love and to do so truly with your heart requires reflecting on yourself and continuing the practice on a daily basis. No one can truly understand themselves—i.e., that they are love—without reflecting on themselves. Yet those who exist and have existed in the physical world—also referred elsewhere to as "consciousnesses"—have never in the past realized that their true selves are love, which is why they are in a state of intense suffering. They pursue false love and do so strenuously, suffering all along the way. As long as one believes he/she who exists in the physical world is his/her true self, he/she will inevitably pursue false love, being unable to rid of his/her desire to pursue false warmth. Reflecting on themselves is what such consciousnesses must do if they want to save themselves.
Please do not tell me "I do not reflect on myself, nor do I want to do so." I say this because statements along those lines represent the thoughts that try to contact my world of consciousness.
My Life Work
I have spent my entire life after retirement on holding seminars.
After holding the last of what I have always simply referred to as "seminars," I published The Flow of Consciousness and "Zoku ishiki no nagare" (The Flow of Consciousness Part II)," which are describable as textbooks for this study; their publishment were celebrated with another couple of seminars. I have always recommended beginners to attend at least 10 seminars, and to those who have attended at least 10 seminars, I recently began recommending aiming at making the turn of consciousness, establishing themselves as independent practitioners of this study, and preparing themselves to move onto the next dimension.
What used to be referred to as just "seminars" came to be called UTA seminars.
Subsequently, I published The Flow of Consciousness (revised edition) and "Zoku ishiki no nagare (kaitei-ban)" (The Flow of Consciousness Part II [revised edition]), and in the next two to three years, I look forward to publishing another book and to then completing my reflection and meditation before passing away.
Today is National Foundation Day. My yard is white with snow. I found myself singing, "Yuki ya konko. Arare ya konko." (Snow comes falling. Hail comes falling.) I then turned my heart toward Amateras (the goddess of the sun in Japanese mythology) and felt joy. The flow of consciousness is running its course at the exact pace as I had planned. I would like to ask everyone reading this to reflect on themselves more sincerely. As I have said before, we are all responsible for the choices we make. I do not choose my fellow practitioners; nor do I ask any existing practitioners to continue studying—rather, I welcome anyone who wants to start new. The kaku (lit. nuclei), or three practitioners who currently help all other fellow practitioners, are making more progress in their study as are those closest to them; however, others are not. That is why I ask everyone reading this to quit causing themselves to suffer. The more one becomes able to look into his/her heart, the sooner he/she will realize that he/she had not been reflecting on himself/herself, with which will come the realization that all causes of all consequences had always lain in his/her own heart. Please do not tell me that you are not wrong and that you blame others for your own suffering. If such a thought crosses your mind, please return to square one and make a new start. Please believe in the warmth of your heart and practice reflection and meditation properly as has been described at UTA seminars and in UTA books.
Unless we become able to feel the condition of our heart in the dimension of death and in our future reincarnation, we will never be able to understand the true world. Do you intend to finish your current lifetime with your heart centered around the physical world? Is that the life you had planned for yourself? As I have always been conveying, I send you the following message: "We are all energies of love that exist for eternity."
What do near-death experiences and spirit-out-of-body experiences mean?
My answer to the above questions is as follows.
The so-called "spirit-out-of-body experiences" are nothing more than events based on the physical world. Therefore, they reflect the condition of the experiencer's heart as being dark.
We are intangible existences, consciousnesses, or energies. Spirit-out-of-body experiences do not exist in the world of consciousness—the concept itself does not truly exist.
According to those who claim to have had such an experience, such experiences comprise leaving one's body as a spirit and then returning to his/her body and are only undergone by people who believe their physical body are their true selves. Such experiences seem to impress those who had them as events out-of-this-world and cause them to believe that they are special.
Spirit-out-of-body experiences are better not undergone. Some people are more sensitive than others, and those of the former type often talk about such experiences and near-death experiences. However, what they do not know is that their preference for discussing such experiences is based on their dark energy wanting to inform themselves of their own past experiences. In addition, they are unaware of the fact that when telling such stories to others, the energy driving them is their desire to show off.
Spirit-out-of-body and near-death experiences are rather undergone so that those who underwent them could look into their hearts. If a person who prefers to talk about such mysterious events had looked into his/her heart, he/she would come to feel the dark, prideful energy that drove himself/herself toward wanting to tell others about his/her experiences. However, that is only if such people looked into their hearts; everyone up until now have not and have consequently become carried away by the fact that they underwent such mysterious experiences and eventually have come to think they must be special.
Instead of misleading them into believing they must be special, such experiences are meant to help those who undergo them look into their heart. Despite the foregoing, those who undergo such events have failed to notice this important step and have rather become caught up in the mysterious nature of their experiences. This tendency has proven to be prevalent among those who strongly believe the physical world is the true world.
Spirit-out-of-body experiences do not exist in my world; because in the world of consciousness we are all intangible existences to start with. Stories that tell about such experiences may sound convincing, but if they do, that is only because they are based on the tangible world. However, I do not believe we exist in the physical world. That is why spirit-out-of-body experiences do not exist in my world even as a concept.
I never view myself from the physical world but only do so from the broader world of warmth. I do not view myself as an entity existing in the physical world. That is why there is no such thing as a spirit-out-of-body experience in my world.
Do you communicate with the Amateras that exists inside your heart? We are all waiting for Amateras to awaken. If you know you have made progress in this study, the next step is to put more effort into reflecting on the Amateras that exists inside yourself. Subsequently, try to take another step forward in this study, which is to feel the great joy that the Amateras inside you is feeling.
Younger onset dementia
The name of the disease "younger onset dementia" is not important.
What deserves attention is that the world of consciousness of those whose mental conditions are collapsing is gradually surfacing. Although they themselves, as well as those around them, seem not to notice that mental collapse is what is happening, their worlds of consciousnesses are trying to tell them that is the case.
Collapsing their own mental conditions is the method they themselves selected in appealing to themselves. Those who select mental collapse as their method of appeal have likely been putting a lid on their own hearts for very long. Such people tend to be extremely arrogant. The tendency to behave extremely arrogantly is shared by not only such people but also all of us. The world of consciousness of those with mental collapse selected such a method of appeal because they are suffering at extremely painful levels. They chose to become unable to live normal lives or unable to behave normally as they once had. Such people, as well as those around them, are at a loss of how to deal with this mental collapse, particularly because those suffering are at ages too young for dementia. Under such stress, those with the disease therefore begin to express their anger but those around them can only helplessly watch them suffer. However, what if they all knew that we are all consciousnesses, or energies, and that younger onset dementia was a self-selected method of appeal; then, they would have a better chance of feeling their own warmth. Instead of just being at a loss of what to do, crying, or blaming the sufferer himself/herself, while helplessly watching him/her express anger, all those involved may come to realize that something is happening inside themselves and turn their thoughts to feeling what is going on inside themselves, feel warmth, and eventually embrace their concerns and anger with true warmth. Warmth is indeed the only treatment. Consciousnesses that have forgot what true warmth is have decided to give themselves a mental collapse, which is currently considered a disease called "younger onset dementia," as a way to help themselves recall true warmth. They are asking themselves to embrace themselves with warmth, telling themselves that they are suffering because they forgot what it meant to be truly nice and know what warmth was. I ask those who are reading this to view "younger onset dementia" as a self-selected mental collapse instead of a disease.
Similar "diseases," or for the sake of a better term "phenomena," will emerge.
Such phenomena arise because we all have existed without looking into our own hearts and not remembering that the world of consciousness is the true world. Please seriously look into your heart until you realize that you have been radiating the energy of darkness. Those who do not seriously reflect on themselves eventually come to suffer in some way, such as due to relationships, work, and/or illnesses. Please remember that we must take responsibility for the choices we make. No one can ask others for help in pursuing this study. Asking to be saved by another is not the path that leads to true happiness.
Tomekichi Taike/Albert's message
Please ask yourself why you were born. What did you plan to do once you were born? Do not spend all your time on satisfying yourself physically. Those who do not look into their hearts boast that they are right, the best in the world, and literally a god, unaware of and completely unable to feel the dark energy that they radiate. Ask yourself who you truly are. We all existed on this planet without even being aware of our true selves. Ask yourself whether you view yourself as always right, never wrong, perfect, beautiful inside and out, and a nice person, and quit boasting that you are all those things.
Everything I said in The Flow of Consciousness, published by UTA Book, will soon come to be proven as the truth. Be prepared for when the time comes.
Tomekichi Taike/Albert's world of consciousness
Tomekichi Taike/Albert's world of consciousness is honest. Please selflessly turn your heart toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert. That is the only lifework you planned for yourself. All other sorts of work should only be given minimum priority. You will come to know that turning your heart toward Tomekichi Taike /Albert brings joy, happiness, and gratitude. Once you begin to feel true happiness, all matters relating to your physical life will resolve themselves. We are all extremely foolish, selfish, and arrogant. We all know nothing about true love. Do you know what such forms of love as the love of god and charity, love for humanity, and patriotism really mean? Can you tell the difference between them and true love? The study of consciousness shows the path to true love. That is why I have said, "please know that if anyone were to pursue this study with the hope of fulfilling a selfish interest, he/she would never understand it." If one were to pursue this study for the sake of idolatry, with the belief that the physical world is the true world, and/or with the aim of making a profit, he/she will only find it as a waste of time.
The consciousness of Tomekichi Taike/Albert is love. My name and physical features are unimportant. I am not a founder of any religion, a guru, or a very good teacher. If you judge me based on my physical features, I may seem nothing more than a foolish old man. I do not intend to become anyone's leader, control anyone, build a big organization to accumulate a fortune, or become historically famous. I said I am foolish, but I am not and never will become that kind of a fool.
The person who can save oneself and make oneself happy is only oneself. The choices we make come with responsibility. Please selflessly practice reflection and meditation as I explained above, at UTA seminars, and in UTA books; then, you will come to understand what true love is. Anyone can do so simply by practicing meditation properly. The only condition is that they mediate properly. Note, however, not to use your head when meditating.
We were all happy in the beginning. However, we forgot our true selves and forgot true warmth. Consequently, we chose to live luxuriously and idle our lifetimes away, and we continued to do so over thousands and millions and even billions of years of reincarnation. We did not reflect on ourselves, and thus we wasted our time until finally we were given this lifetime. So please remember was true love was. The more consciousnesses remember their warmth, the stronger the energy of love will become and converge to do its work. All we need to do is turn our heart toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert. Just turn your heart toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert. I will always be waiting for you. Note, however, that we must quit pursuing this study improperly in each of our own ways. Unless we quit doing so, we will forever be wasting our time, unaware of true happiness and joy, and continue to feel empty until the day we die. If you choose to pursue this study, please do so properly.
Some people have told me that they want to turn their hearts toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert but cannot. I think they indeed do want to turn their hearts toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert just as they say, but another state of their heart, by which I mean their thoughts that they do not want to do so, simply conquers the former. What these people need to do is reflect on their hearts and accept that deep down they think "Damn you Taike! Die Taike! Why would I want to turn my heart toward you!" If they reflect deep down on this latter state of their hearts, turning their hearts toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert will begin to bring joy and then become fun.
Once reflecting on ourselves becomes fun, we will begin to enjoy turning our hearts toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert. Once one reaches this level and becomes able to feel the world of Tomekichi Taike, he/she will come to believe in this study. The stronger one's belief in this study becomes, the more the strength of one's faith in this study and love begins to flow outward. Love will flow its course and do its work. Then, others will also come to truly understand that turning their hearts toward Tomekichi Taike/Albert really is what love is about. This is our lifework. It is what life is about and is the greatest gift life has to offer.
Will you pursue this study or not? Have you made up your mind? If you have and chosen to do so, all you need to do now is practice reflection and meditation. Your heart knows whether this study tells the truth or not. Believe in yourself. Take better care of yourself. I know that you too will become one of us who come to appreciate the fact that we chose to pursue this study. I look forward to seeing you become one of us.
I want to see the smile on the faces of those who come to remember they were warmth and consciousnesses. That is all I hope to see. So please help me do so. Thank you very much.