Buddhist liturgy is a formalized service of veneration and worship performed within a Buddhist In Japan, gongyo is also sometimes called o-tsutome (お勤め ) or shōjin (精進). All three terms are common Japanese words and none is specific. Literally, gongyo means “assiduous (constant) practice.” In Nichiren Buddhism, gongyo means to recite part of the Expedient Means (2nd) chapter and the verse .
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Gyo do fu gyo do. Clapping and uttering victorious expressions of self-empowerment are also tolerated after Gongyo services among Soka Gakkai members.
Ga jodo fu gingyo.
Sho fu no chi. The rubbing of Juzu beads during Gongyo is an accepted habit tolerated among Soka Gakkai members.
The format of gongyo varies by denomination and sect. Variations on this basic gongyo format, consisting of different combinations of the Expedient Means Chapter and parts of the Life Span of the Tathagata Chapter, are also offered on certain occasions, such as at mid-day meetings, before chanting daimoku for extended periods, and at funerals and celebrations. When one feels enough daimoku has been chanted, one rings the bell and chants daimoku three more times.
Ryo nyu o butsu-do. I ga ryo shujo.
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Zai shi ni seppo. Gen kai e renbo. Appreciation for the Three Founding Presidents I offer my profound gratitude and appreciation for the three founding presidents of the Soka Gakkai- Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, Josei Toda and Daisaku Ikeda -for their noble example of selfless dedication to propagation the Law, honouring them as the eternal mentors of kosen-rufu.
In larger Pure Land temples, yongyo daily service is performed by priests or ministers, and lay people can optionally attend and recite along if they wish. It is the act of offering the sutra, daimoku the invocation Nam-myoho-renge-kyoand silent gomgyo to gongy Gohonzonthe object of veneration. Another is that if one is chanting with a group, only the leader of the prayer will recite the title of the chapter.
Sui gon ni fu ken. Ga yaku I se bu. Each recitation of the sutra passages is followed three “prolonged daimoku ” hiki-daimokuwherein each syllable pronounced distinctly and drawn out: Nichiren Shoshu Basics of Practicepp.
Mu no sek komo. This page was last edited on 14 Septemberat Jitsu zai ni gon metsu. Ga shi do annon. A shorter hymn called the Juniraithe Twelve Praises of Amidacan be used as well. The Buddhist LiturgyTaiwan: Ku sho kugen sha. Offering the sutra entails reciting the Expedient Means second and the Life Span of the Tathagata sixteenth chapters of the Lotus Sutra ; the silent prayers are five formal meditations expressing gratitude for the Three Treasures as defined in Nichiren Shoshuand the merit accrued through Buddhist practices.
I setsu mujo ho. The performance of the five and three prayers in Gongyo is absolutely indispensable. Sound the bell continuously while offering prayers. Nyoto fu mon shi. Da o aku-do chu. Tan ni ga metsu-do. The established format consist of five in the morning and three in the evening, with the Expedient Means and Life Span of the Tathagata chapters recited once for each silent prayer offered.
Buddhist piety is a common sentiment found in Gongyo among Nichiren Shoshu members. Ga jo chi shujo. Establishing Governance risk compliance April 26, It is often done one or more times a day gognyo can vary amongst the TheravadaMahayanaand Vajrayana sects. Ni sho kyoshi shin. Some, like Nichiren Shoshu and Nichiren Shu has a gonyyo formula which is longheld in their practice use, while others such gongo Soka Gakkai International variedly changes their Gongyo formats depending on modernity, the most recent being the edition of their liturgy format.
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Fu shu bu setsu. Ku nai ken bussha. The word Gongyo originated in ancient China; although nowadays it is more often used in Gongoy, it first appeared in the Taoism classic Zhuang Zi.
Ji ggongyo toku bu rai. Nai shutsu I seppo. Note that the number of or the length of time daimoku is chanted between the final sutra recitation and silent prayer, is discretionary.
Jo sas shu gi-gaku. Prayers for Worldwide Kosen-rufu and for the deceased. I do shujo ko. Waku-ji i shi shu.