When, day after day you chant Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo as taught by Nichiren Daishonin the founder of this practice, you tap the cosmic level of life within you called your Buddha Nature. As you chant you will grow and develop in every aspect of your life. The end result of daily practice is a full unfolding of […]
Getting Unstuck Have you been looking for a meaningful way to contribute to your community but you believe existing opportunities don’t quite seem to fit your interests or particular abilities? Maybe you want to help eliminate some problem such as homelessness, but have been overwhelmed by the magnitude of what needs to be done, and […]
Wake-Up! Wake Up! Four years ago I found myself unable to stand up after kneeling to weed the garden. For me it was a major wake-up call. I realized with total clarity that at 70 I had allowed myself to slip into aging without even paying attention. Although still healthy, I was overweight. My bone […]
Chanting for goals develops faith in the practitioner
Chanting through major obstacles and running a marathon are similar.
I have said that Nichiren Buddhism is practical and I’d like to give you an example of what I mean. Have you ever gotten up in the morning and dreaded going to work, feeling depressed and anxious? Would you like to be able to pull yourself out of these negative emotional states? Well, you can. […]
Your path to establish unshakeable happiness in your life begins with a chant, Nam-myoho-renge-kyo.
Hi All Members, Your Path to Unshakeable Happiness was written to help with the introduction of new people to Nichiren Buddhism. It is a story of two new people and what happens in their lives when they try the 90-day experiment. Along with the story there are To The Reader sections at the end of […]
Nichiren Buddhism is practical. It exists to allow you to turn your life from negativity and unhappiness to redirect it towards unshakeable happiness or Enlightenment. The Lotus Flower in Buddhism is a symbol of this process. As you can see it is rooted the murky waters of a pond. That water represents the daily life […]