Spiritualism

Spiritualism is the belief that the universe is made up of at least two principal substances---spirit and matter. A broad working definition of the term would include the existence of other spiritual entities within living beings, such as a soul, spirits of the dead, the afterlife, mediums, and deities. It may also refer to religion, doctrine, and philosophy on the basis of their spiritual context and psychic reading.

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Japanese Spiritualism


In Japan, spiritualism is deeply entrenched and has been this way for many years. Although the first religion of Japan, Shintoism, is essentially animistic, something to do with Spirit, mediums, or psychic research, a big part of the West influence was introduced to the country by Wasaburou Asano between 1874-1937. In fact, Wasaburou was the first man to build the Society of Spiritual Science Research in Japan and is known by many as the founding father of modern Japanese Spiritualism. His roles were later assumed by his predecessor Takeo Waki. After some years, Hiroyoshi Kuwahara took on the role from Takeo Waki and established Neo Spiritualism which added some British spirit messages to Japanese Spiritualism.


In December 1946, JPSA (Japan Psychic Science Association) was started to spread spiritualism around the country and conduct psychical research as well as decipher difficult psychic reading. Since this time Japanese spiritualism continues to attract the attention of many scholars from all walks of life, including top celebrities who are eager to know about the messages hidden in their "auras" and what life could have in store for them. Ryuho Okawa, a leader of the Japanese new religious movement also dubbed "Kofuku-no-Kagaku", is said to channel the spirits of Buddha, Christ, Muhammed, and Confucius.


I Ching Spiritualism


The I Ching or Yi Jing, also known as Classic of Changes or Book of Changes, serves as a guide to an ethical life and is among the oldest of top Chinese classics. The I Ching is an influential text widely known around the world and has served for thousands of years, providing hope and inspiration to the worlds of literature, philosophy, art, and religion.


The I Ching was first used as a divination manual in the Western Zhou era before it was later converted into a cosmological text in the Warring States and early imperial era. Eventually, the manual became the subject of both scholarly and philosophical commentary---people dubbed it the "Ten Wings". It also became the very basis for divination guidance for many years across the Far East, which in consequence imparted some great Eastern thoughts among many Western scholars.


Summary


Spiritualism is the belief that spirits can establish a link with mankind via a medium. Through this medium people are able to tap into a soul, the afterlife, spirit of the dead, and even easily decipher deities among other complex psychic reading unknown to the world. As such, spiritualism has become both a moral and psychic priority for many celebrities, politicians and other influential leaders around the world. The term is also widely quoted in many psychic practices and has been adopted by a variety of cultures around the world, such as Japan and China as well as in many African countries.