Children Who Went to the Spiritual World, Book One

Children Who Went to the Spiritual World, Book One

by Masao Murata


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The four chapters of Children Who Went to the Spiritual World tell the stories of four unique souls whose physical lifetimes on earth ended at a very young age. Masao Murata ascertained these stories after receiving letters from parents asking why their children had lived such brief lives.In recounting these stories, Mr. Murata discusses past lifetimes as well as present, and spiritual existence as well as physical. He regards earthly human life from the broad and lofty perspective of our long-term spiritual development and evolution, always with an eye to the world peace prayer movement founded by his mentor, Masahisa Goi.While there may be no pain greater than that of a parent who has lost a child, perhaps the stories in this book can help to shed light on the journey of the human soul-a journey that can sometimes lead to a child passing on to the spiritual world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781724667700
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2018
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.39(d)

About the Author

Masao Murata was born in 1906 in Shiga prefecture, Japan. While serving as president of a small electric company, he spent his spare hours in support of the world peace prayer movement founded by his mentor and advisor, Masahisa Goi.

When asked to describe Mr. Murata, Mr. Goi wrote:
"During our association, Mr. Murata came to believe deeply in the love and protection of his guardian spirits and divinity. This lent much radiance to his prominent psychic abilities, and it deepened his experiences in the divine, spiritual, and subconscious realms which transcend the five senses... One of the wonderful things about Mr. Murata is that, despite his many mystical qualities, he never lets any trace of the mystical show through in his bearing and personality. At all times he is never anything but a delightfully natural, ordinary person."

Masao Murata died peacefully at the age of eighty-nine and is affectionately remembered by relatives, colleagues, and friends.

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