Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō (南無妙法蓮華經) is the central mantra chanted within all forms of . Dansk · Deutsch · Français · Italiano · Nederlands · 日本語 · Русский · ไทย · Türkçe · Українська; 3 more. Edit links. This page was last edited on This album was designed as an accompaniment to the daily Gongyo performed by practitioners of Nichiren Diashonin’s Buddhism, along with Daimoku.

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El Kempo 4 Desember Nichiren Buddhists perform a form of gongyo that consists of reciting certain passages of the Lotus Sutra and chanting daimoku.

Mai ji sa ze nen.

Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō

Hence the format had changed from time to time through the centuries. Note that the number of or the length of time daimoku is chanted between the final sutra recitation and silent prayer, is discretionary. I acknowledge my debt of gratitude.

I acknowledge my debt of gratitude and. The mantra is an homage to the Lotus Sutra which is widely credited as the “king of scriptures” and “final word on Buddhism”.


Zai shi ni seppo.

Buddhist liturgy

Offer additional prayers here. Nyoto u chi sha. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The full Life Span of the Tathagata Chapter is recited only for the second prayer an expression of appreciation to the Dai-Gohonzon italiao for all others, only the “verse” portion is recited.

The first two presidents, Tsunesaburo Makiguchi and Josei Toda, taught members “not to hire priests to chant, as had long been customary, but to chant for themselves, a change they found both disarming and empowering” [10].

Nichiren gives a detailed interpretation of each character see Ongi kuden Nam-myoho-renge-kyo in this text. Shujo ken ko jin. Depending on what practice gngyo practitioner wishes to undertake, it can be done at a temple or at home. Secret Laws, which was bestowed upon. Chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo three times. It is done between the eponymous hours of the ox ushi Ku nai ken bussha. Chinese Buddhist philosophers borrowed this word from Taoism classics, and it spread to Korea, Gingyo, Vietnam with Buddhism.

Jo zai shi fu-metsu.

Ku shugo sho toku. Buddhist mantras Nichiren Buddhism. I do shujo ko.

Chanting Gongyo of Lotus Sutra – Nichiren Daishonin – Myo Edizioni

The Buddhist LiturgyTaiwan: Yui butsu yo butsu. Ni shu ken sho jin. With Reference to Japanese Script. The established format consist of five in the morning and three in the evening, with the Expedient Gomgyo and Life Span of the Tathagata chapters recited once for each silent prayer offered. Namu is used in Buddhism as a prefix expressing taking refuge in a Buddha or similar object of veneration.


I pray that the great desire for kosen-rufu be fulfilled. This is because chanting as much daimoku as possible is the main practice of the Nichiren Shoshu faithful, whereas the sutra recitations are an auxiliary practice. During the Sui and Tang dynasties, the buddhist philosophy developed dramatically in central China, and was influenced by Taoism.

In larger Pure Land temples, the daily service is performed by priests or ministers, and lay people can optionally attend and recite along if they wish.

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