The effect of begging to break relationships with bad ties.

Do you know “shrine to beg about breaking relationships with someone or something such like marriage cutting “? It is not a so-called ‘matchmaking ‘but a ‘ breaking relationship’. It has the effects of refusing bad ties, attracting good ties, and grabbing happiness. I’ve heard that there are many shrines in various places.

Now, what do you think if the “wish to cut off bad ties” actually comes true? What do you do when your wish is fulfilled?

Actually, I’m the one who made my wish come true.

I first visited “Kadotainari Shrine” in Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture Japan in November 2018. At that time, I was suffering from bad relationships and bad habits related to money at work.

At that time, I visited this shrine, which I heard from people, hoping that I would like to cut off bad ties and repartition. Shimonokuni-issha Hachimangu is a precinct company located in the precincts of Hachimangu, which is also the birthplace of Ashikaga clan.

(Photo: November 21, 2021)

This Kadota Inari Shrine is famous as one of the “Three Great tie-breaking shrines in Japan”. By the way, the other two are Enoki Inari (Enoki Dairokutenjin or Omanenoki Inari Shrine) in Itabashi, Tokyo-city, and the other is Fushimi Inari in Kyoto-city Japan.

Whenever I visit, I always visit the main shrine, Hachimangu. Next, I bought a votive tablet at the office. Write down the bad ties you want to cut off on the back of the votive tablet.

(Photo: November 21, 2021)

Roughly speaking, I wrote two wishes at that time.

1. Wishes to improve the work environment and human environment

2. A wish to break bad habits related to money

A desk, chair, and magic pen for writing wishes are also installed right next to the office. Be sure to write the date and name. Some people also write their address.

In addition, there are also people who make a hole in the cassotte and dedicate it so that “bad ties flow down like water flows”. You can also buy a cassotte at the office, but you will have to make the holes yourself. There are also tools and space to open.

When you are ready, go through the torii gate and swing at the hall of worship to ring the bell and worship.

(Photo: November 21, 2021)

* Shooting is prohibited near the main shrine and worship hall.

* Currently there are no bells, and when you approach the hall of worship, the sensor will automatically play the sound of the bells.

There is a place to dedicate a votive tablet and a cassotte just beside the hall of worship, and I dedicated the votive tablet that I wrote my wish earlier. I also wanted to change my luck a little, so I remember feeling lightened.

Some time later, there was a change. There was a change in the relationships in the workplace that I actually wrote in my wish. It is a personnel change. It may be a complete coincidence, but when I think about it now, it was the moment when I wondered if my wish had come true.

In addition, there have been changes in the work environment. It’s only recently, but in April of this year I was able to leave my old workplace and change to another work environment in the form of a secondment. This was realized, although the element of offering the wish from myself was added.

And with regard to the second bad habit, in November of last year, a supporter to break this habit appeared, and thanks to that person, we are steadily improving.

Of course, these wishes can recur. I write the same wish on the votive tablet every time I visit this shrine until my wish comes true. By doing so, you may be naturally calling for luck, and by writing those wishes and admitting yourself, you may unknowingly make decisions or take actions to make those wishes come true. It may be awake.

Kadota Inari Shrine was visited to cut off bad ties, but it may have been blessed with good ties with this shrine.

If you want to cut off bad ties, why don’t you get the power at the tie-breaking shrine?

Thank you for reading until the end.

Published by Mr.TOMO(トモさん)

初めまして。トモといいます。日本に住んでいる会社員です。日々の出来事や気になったことを世界の方々に向けて発信していきます。日本語・英語とそれぞれ記事を記していきます。Nice to meet you. My name is Tomo. I am an office worker living in Japan. We will disseminate daily events and concerns to people all over the world. I will write articles in Japanese and English respectively.

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