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The Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin

Nam myoho renge kyo
Nam myoho renge kyo
Nam myoho renge kyo

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I am a Boddhisatva of the Earth and I am happy. I am a practising member of (Sokka Gakai International - Sokka Gakai is Japanese and means value creating society).

In 1995 I received the Gohonzon from Mark Kamio the leader of the Danish SGI.

In 2002 I was proud to receive the amamori Gonhonzon from Peter Kuhn, leader of the German SGI, to help continue my mission for world peace. Whenever I can I inform individuals and groups about the buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin and of SGI : the only religious organisation that I know of where men and women are genuinely equal.

Nichiren Daishonin is the True Buddha of the 'Latter day of the Law'. He was a monk in the 13th century who re-interpreted the sutras of Shakyamuni Buddha and showed the way to enlightenment in the Lotus sutra by revealing the phrase NAM MYOHO RENGE KYO.

Chanting 'NAM MYOHO RENGE KYO' is a celebration of the mystic law, an energizing liberation, a step towards changing one's karma, a challenge to face the mirror of one's self; is a tool to open one's heart and realise one's own Buddhahood.

I chant for kosenrufu - for universal peace - personal and global healing, for spiritual  growth and love for this planet its peoples and all of its creatures, human or alien. I chant for my son, my lover and all my friends and their children, everybody in fact, friend or foe.....

For more understanding about the principles of Nichiren Daishonin Buddhism, and such concepts as 'karma', 'the ten worlds', 'shoten zenjin' (the Buddhist gods), 'esho funi' (the relation of self to the environment), 'kosenrufu' (one third of the world chanting), 'ichinen sanzen'( the 'three thousand realms in one moment'), the three obstacles and four devils and other beautiful concepts, check out:

Official Soka Gakkai International site

American Soka Gakkai International

Tokyo based international members


and 'controversial' independent sites