Date: Wednesday, 05-July-2017, 5:17 AM | Message # 1
Nam Myoho Renge Kyo Practiced in Nichiren Buddhism by Nichiren Buddhists. Nam myoho renge kyo, Daimoku is the absolute reality. Nam Myoho Renge Kyo meaning? The meaning of Nam Myoho Renge Kyo in short description means literal Devotion to the mystic law of the Lotus Sutra.
Chanting nam myoho renge kyo is to connect with the eternal Buddha; manifesting the desire to save all beings from suffering without delusion or impediment. This nam myoho renge kyo youtube video helps you to chant Daimoku. The Renge in Nam Myoho Renge Kyo is also suggested by another feature of the lotus flower. Her pure flowers come from a muddy puddle and yet they are not tainted by the mud. In other words, the very essence of our life remains uncontaminated, despite the bad causes that we might have made. Therefore 'Renge' to make the most fundamental nature of reality to reveal of life.
The word NAM comes from the Sanskrit Namah and stands for commitment or devotion. It is a common term in Buddhist traditions and has many variations with the same meaning. Myoho literally means the Mystic Law. "Myo" (mysticism) means 'do not understand' and 'ho' means 'Law'. 'Myoho' is the law that underlies the part of life that is beyond comprehension. This is only an interpretation of Myoho. In another Myo indicates the constant truth and Ho to all phenomena are triggered by Myo. Renge means lotus flower. Kyo indicates the sutras, or the teachings of Buddha. In a broader sense, the activities of all living beings and all phenomena in the universe.