“The Phone of the Wind” and the presence of the soul

Through my experience of living in the mountains for a long time and communicating with animals and plants that do not speak human language, I thought that it would be possible to communicate and exchange feelings with those who have passed away by changing the way we view “death.

The life and death of a living being are connected on a single line, and death is considered to be an extension of life. We can think that just because a person dies and his/her body disappears, it does not mean that the person is gone, but that he/she still exists as a dead person. We humans not only have a physical body, but also a body of consciousness, including the senses, intellect, and mind, and we believe that the mind is the life force (energy) that controls all of these.

Without this idea, “The Phone of the Wind” could not have been created. Even after the death of a loved one, we can still use the “wind phone” to convey our thoughts and feelings. The ability to communicate with the dead is not an act of the five senses, which allows us to “see, hear, and touch” using the sense organs on the body before death, but rather an object of the mind, which allows us to “feel,” and we believe that this will be possible even after death. This is difficult to describe in words and has something in common with prayer and faith.

Life force (energy) is not only the power to live and vitality, but also the mind itself. Only when the mind has power can the power to think and the power to live be created. But where is that mind located in the human body and what form does it take? Is it the mind in the living, or is it the soul when it comes to the dead? I don’t even know if “soul = mind. It is precisely because no one knows, that we are able to communicate and exchange thoughts and feelings through the “Wind Telephone.

Then, does the “soul” of the deceased exist forever? I believe that the soul exists as long as there are people who knew the deceased, and that the soul also disappears when there are no more people who knew the deceased.

For more information, please read with my book “The Phone of the Wind”.