In Part 4 of my blog, I referred to wakefulness, our common destination, as “∞” and the starting point as “0” (cause). I also said that the “key” (method) for ascending from “0” (cause) to “∞” (effect) is “The Master Key III.”
This route, through which the level of awareness ascends, is called “the Ascension Route.” In order to race up this route, it is necessary to grasp things in the Universe objectively, through Sansho-tetsugaku, “boil up” your inner self with Sanshin-tetsugaku, and put Sanno-tetsugaku into practice each day, to improve and enhance your influence on the world exponentially, in both quality and quantity.
As I have explained in previous blogs, since each of the keys (Sansho-, Sanshin- and Sanno-tetsugaku) is made up of three elements, it follows that they are three-tiered theories, with the Ascension Route as a superordinate concept. This is the philosophy that I have finally mastered, the philosophy with which to grasp the essence of the Universe through the use of “three.”
SPC’s Grand Design
SPC GLOBAL is an entity that puts “The Master Key III Philosophy,” which I have explained in this blog, into practice every day.
SPC GLOBAL is an organization which seven people, including me, established in 1966. Now, it offers a place where more than 1,200 operators of beauty and barber salons hold meetings.
Each of the operators who join SPC GLOBAL has his/her own problems at first. A few are successful, to some extent, from the beginning, but most of them are driven each day by problems about human relations, property or money. They gradually fall into the downward spiral of negative thinking, in which things do not always work out, and lay blame on society and other people. Getting sick and tired of their uselessness, they decide to join SPC GLOBAL, feeling like they are clutching at straws.
Sanno-tetsugaku (san = three, tetsugaku = philosophy) is a way of thinking that interprets the relationship between yourself and the world by drawing it closer, using three aspects: roles, missions and “mandates from Heaven.” It is a practical philosophy with which to reflect on Sansho- and Sanshin-tetsugaku in the actual world, and, through this process, further improve Sansho- and Sanshin-tetsugaku.
Sanshin-tetsugaku (san = three, tetsugaku = philosophy) is a way of thinking that interprets things in this Universe from three aspects. This perspective is defined by the three “shins,” which dwell in every human being: “shin” 身 (body), “shin” 心 (mind), and “shin” 芯 (feelings of determination and preparedness inscribed onto the tanden: a point in the lower abdomen or “energy center,” also called “dantian”). These three mediums make it possible to draw things in the Universe closer to oneself.
Sansho-tetsugaku (san = three, tetsugaku = philosophy) is a way of thinking that interprets things in this Universe from three aspects. Otherwise known as “sho” (象), the three worlds are: “genshokai” 現象界 (the phenomenal, or visible, world), “gushokai” 具象界 (the concrete world, or that which seems visible but is actually hard to see), and chushokai 抽象界 (the abstract, or invisible, world).