Nice to meet you.
I'm very happy that you came to my website.
I don't speak English very well, so I've translated both the text on Twitter and this page into English at DeepL.
This page is about me and my activities.I hope you will be interested in reading it to the end.
My name is Kensei Arai.
I was born in 1972 in Japan and I have been raised in Japan all my life.I am a single man.
I first heard the voice of God in 2010 when I was going through a major life impacting event and in a time of great sorrow.
I had been living in the business world, but the experience of hearing God's voice inspired me to pursue various studies and practices as a seeker of truth, refining my mind and body.
Now I work hard to improve myself while earning a living as a shaman and fortune teller.
I am not a member of any particular religion or group, but I practice with the help of the Holy Spirit and the spirits in nature, receiving one-on-one guidance from a great being.
Where I live.
I live in the city of Naha, Okinawa, Japan.
Okinawa is the southernmost island in Japan and the distance from Tokyo is about 2 hours and 30 minutes by plane.
Okinawa has a subtropical climate with many islands.
It is a resort area of Japan and is warm throughout the year, and marine recreational activities are popular.
Okinawa has a close relationship with the United States, and there are many American restaurants, and on weekends, many Americans spend their holidays at the beach.There are also many steak restaurants.
History and Culture of Okinawa
As an island nation, Okinawa has developed its own unique culture separate from Japan's. Okinawa is also a sacred place, and its people still have a strong belief in God and nature.
Okinawa is also a sacred place, and people still have a strong faith in the gods and nature, and there are sacred sites called "utaki" and shamans called "yuta" who protect the sacred sites.In recent years, ancient stone tablets and underwater ruins known as the Rosetta Stone have been discovered and the Hopi people visit Okinawa.
The Other Culture of Okinawa
In the past, Okinawa prospered as the Ryukyu Kingdom, and there were many exchanges with the mainland.Perhaps because of this, there are buildings that resemble the Chinese style and the ruins of a castle from the kingdom era.This is a world heritage site.
It is also customary to place a lion-like statue called a "shisa" at the gate of a house to serve as a guardian god for the house.It is said that this Shisa was introduced in the Orient civilization.
I am concerned for the future of the world.
I hope that people will grow to a new understanding and that every living being on this planet will live in peace and happiness.
That is why I have started to share the wisdom that was given to me by a great being to help people evolve and grow throughout the world.
I am not wealthy and I am doing the best I can to survive.Still, I will do my best.
I believe that more and more people who share the same thoughts are going to come to Okinawa.
Please come to Okinawa one day if you have the opportunity.
I look forward to seeing you again as friends and colleagues.
You can contact me here.