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Japanese people’s fortunate mindset based on mimetic words and word spirits

It is said that the Japanese language has a large number of onomatopoeic and mimetic words.

For example, “wan wan” in “the dog whines” and “gachan” in “the glass breaks with a clang”.
For example, “wan wan” in “a dog whines” and “gachan” in “a glass breaks with a clang” are onomatopoeic words.

For example, “wan wan” in “dog whining” and “clang” in “glass breaking.
“I slept well today” is an onomatopoeic word.
These are mimetic words.

This can be a problem when translating them into English.

This product has a simple design.
In this case, “plain” means simple, right?

He has an easygoing personality.
In this case, it means that he has an easy-going personality.
Saba-saba” is also a mimetic word, but I think the word “frank” or “straightfoward” would be more appropriate.

If the food is light, the word “light” would be used.

In Japan, we have the idea of “word spirits.
In Japan, there is a concept of “word spirits,” so I feel that people are very sensitive to sounds.
In tanka and haiku, the sense of sound is more important than accurately conveying the content.
It is more important to have a sense of sound.

If you are not into the five and seventy-five syllables, it would be weird, wouldn’t it?
So, rather than expressing what you want to say
I choose words that fit the rhythm.

When it comes to religion in Japan.
It is easy to spread something like chanting incantations.

For example, if you chant “Nam-myoho-renge-kyo,” you will be healed.
For example, if you chant “Nam-myoho-renge-kyo” you will be saved, or if you chant “Namu-amida-butsu” you will go to paradise.
For example, if you chant “Nam-myoho-renge-kyo” you will be saved, or if you chant “Namu-amida-butsu” you will go to paradise, or if you chant “Shingon” (a kind of on-arori-kasowaka) your wish will come true.
These kinds of beliefs continue to be widely handed down.

It’s not enough to chant these things just once.
But if you chant them dozens or hundreds of times, they become effective.
Even at temples, we start chanting during the sutra reading.
No matter how many times you chant, do it at least three times.

Psychologically speaking, chanting the same word
Psychologically, chanting the same words has the effect of making you forget your anxiety and anger.
Anxiety and anger are very bad for your physical and mental health.
Therefore, chanting such spells for a long time is a practical and effective action.
Zen is also a scientifically proven method of meditation.

Zen is also becoming popular around the world as meditation has been scientifically proven to be effective.
Zen has also been scientifically proven to be effective in meditation and is gaining popularity worldwide.

When you think about it this way, it seems like it would be better not to do anything specific towards your goal.
This is a little different, considering the results of current psychology and other studies.
I feel that it is important to use spells and meditation to counter stress and reset the mind.
Many things can cause conflicts and anxiety.
There is always some kind of anxiety.
I think it’s important to be able to act without worrying about these things.

Life is full of peaks and valleys.
However, once you get over the difficulties, they will be nothing but good memories.
The failures and problems that occur in the course of life are replaced by experiences.

So, rather than chanting spells to make you happy
I think it is better to do it as part of your daily routine.
Also, when you have a wish, rather than doing it to slip it into your head
I think it is better to do it in order to forget about it.
Jung also said that wishes are more likely to come true after they have been forgotten and entered the subconscious.