本日、ハーブコースをお受けいただいた喋り方から音域まで知っている大手の副社長そっくりの施術も緊張しまくりのリピータ様ｗ ガッツリまどろみへ誘って差し上げましたｗ 何度も落ちて、心地良さそうでしたねｗ そういう訳でこの後は集中力を横浜の方向へ流したいと思いますので、本日も少し早いんですけど、日本一、世界一高い時給セラピストを目指してガラガラガシャーン閉店ですｗｗｗ
さてさて、本日の収穫と云えば、初めて見た社長の喜ぶ姿でしょうかね？空想ですけどｗ 物事がスムーズに動かないときっとストレスフルまであっという間なんでしょうね、知らんけどｗ ガネーシャ、ガネーシャは、困難や障害を取り除き福をもたらすとされる、豊穣や知識、商業の神様です。こんな神話があります。
ganesh: the role of the sacred, informing the origin myth of society
Like all gods in the Hindu pantheon, Ganesh has a mythological origin. He is the son of Shiva and his consort Parvati, both of human form and yet he bears the head of an elephant. The reason for this closely follows his birth or more appropriately his creation. He was not born to Parvati as mere mortal are. It is said that she was lonely. Shiva was away as was often the case. In her loneliness it appears she was given to neglect personal hygiene, or maybe it was an act of pure desperation and determination. She decided to create a child and did this by forming him, Ganesh, through moulding a substantial accumulation of her body dirt. And so Ganesh was born and Parvati was happy and occupied.
The story goes that one day, while Parvati was having a bath, Shiva came home. When he attempted to enter the house though, he was met with resistance in the form of the boy Ganesh. Neither of them knew they were related. Shiva got angry at not being allowed in and dealt with the situation by chopping off Ganesh’s head. It was at this moment that Parvati came out to find what Shiva had done. She was inconsolable but managed to tell Shiva that the boy whose head he had cut off was in fact his son. Angry and upset at the hash he had made of the situation, Shiva decided to fix it. He went out and hunted the first animal he saw, the elephant, and brought back its head to replace the boy’s. That is how Ganesh has an elephant head. He is worshipped as the remover of obstacles.
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Chandra, Bipan. 1976. Modern India. National Council for Education Research and Training: Delhi
Godelier, Maurice. 1999. The Enigma of the Gift. The University of Chicago Press: Chicago.
簡単に翻訳してしまうと、オカンが貯めた垢で作られた子どもガネーシャ君は、オヤジの勘違いで像の頭にされてしまいましたとさ。となる訳ですけど、凄い話ですねｗｗｗ流石インド、Incredible INDIAです。横浜も後は条件だけとなりました。ガネーシャ君が障害を取り除いてくれることでしょうｗ 遥々インドからお越しになった三体のガネーシャ君達は早く横浜に行きたいようで京都原谷で待機しておりますｗ