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The Ultimate Principle

Nam Myoho Renge Kyo

By chanting Nam Myoho Renge Kyo we plum the very depths of the unconscious reaching through the vast interiors of our souls and our contnuum of life until we break through to the very causal nexus of existence itself.It is a vast journey of exploration expanding the light of consciousness into the immense realms of our patterning, the matrix of delusion imprinted on us from birth, the core of our body`s feelings and appetites, to the truth and dignity of our very beingness.




The Buddha of limitless joy from eternal time without beginning,


Nichikan Shonin stated:

"The primary practice is none other than Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo, which encompasses the true purpose of the advent of all the Buddhas in the three periods of past present and future, the core of the twenty-eight chapters of the Lotus Sutra, the heart of the Juryo chapter of the essential teachings, the great Law that is hidden in the depths of the Juryo chapter, the true essence that is difficult to comprehend, the fusion of reality and wisdom, the very existence of the Buddha of limitless joy from eternal time without beginning, three thousand worlds in a momentary state of existence and the Buddha's endowment of the three properties." (Nichiren Shoshu Seiten, p. 922)


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