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In April, the leader of Tibetan Buddhism, the Dalai Lama, came to
Toronto, Canada. He came to strengthen the Buddhist community, but
his visit had an effect on another spiritual community in the city.
It rallied the Christian church.

Christians in Toronto believe that God is up to something in their
city.

When the news broke that the Dalai Lama, Tibetan Buddhism¹s spiritual
leader, was planning to visit Toronto, Mission GTA kicked into gear.

Mission GTA is a network of Christian pastors and leaders
representing a variety of denominations and cultures. They saw this
event as serious cause for concern.

"The prime mission of the Dalai Lama¹s visit," recalled Rev. Richard
Long of Together Ministries, "was an 11-day Tibetan Buddhist
initiation ritual."

"This is something," he added, "many Christians feared would have a
negative impact on the spiritual climate of Toronto, as well as the
rest of Canada."

What emerged was an unprecedented 12-day, 24-hour round-the-clock
cross-denominational prayer and worship initiative called The House
of the King.

Alone, or in groups, Christians prayed as they walked the streets,
rode the public transit and visited some of Toronto¹s historic
landmarks.

As the prayer initiative gathered momentum, national as well as
international prayer groups came on board. With the help of modern
technology, literally tens of thousands of Christians around the
world rallied together to pray for Toronto.

Harry Boghossian, pastor of The Church of the Living God, and
spokesperson for The House of the King, was encouraged by the extent
of the prayer support.

He said, "Women Aglow, with 1.3 million, have been mobilized to pray
for Toronto at this time. We¹ve had intercessors in Africa that
number to the tune of about 30,000. We have prisoners in Argentina
that have come to the Lord and the entire population of the prison is
targeting Toronto."

Never in the history of Toronto had there been so much prayer for the
city. Nor had there ever been the opportunity to welcome the presence
of God through 12 days of 24-hour worship.

First Nations [American Indians], Chinese, Korean, and African-
Canadian were some of the many people groups that responded.

Pastor Bill Dyck and his congregation, the Toronto Alliance Church,
saw the visit of the Dalai Lama and his Buddhist followers as a
unique opportunity to extend Christian love and good will. He
said, "If there are Buddhist spiritual seekers who come to this city
wanting to engage spiritually with people, we want to be there."

They transformed their storefront church into a hospitality center,
so Asian as well as Western-Buddhist pedestrians were welcomed to a
Tibetan Tea Room and Art Gallery.


If that wasn¹t enough to keep the city hopping, Todd Bentley¹s
radical Fresh Fire Ministry showed up with over 300 Canadian and
foreign participants-eager to reach the city with practical
demonstrations of God¹s love. Remarkably, Fresh Fire ministry
coordinators had-unknowingly-scheduled their campaign to coincide
with the exact dates of The House of the King prayer thrust!

On the fourth day of the event, Peter Byers, the Toronto Ablaze
campaign coordinator stated: "Not only have people been accepting
 as their Savior, but a lot of people have been getting healed:
backs, necks, hearing. And a blind eye was opened today!"

The campaign reported extraordinary results. Approximately 600 people
made first time decisions to follow Christ. At least 40 miraculous
healings were reported to have taken place right on the streets of
Toronto.

Colin Mills, a resident of the city, eagerly testified about what God
had done for him. He said, "Todd Bentley called out someone who had a
kidney condition, a failing kidney. The fire of the Holy Spirit went
through the right side of my body. This morning when I woke up, I
have not physically felt like this before. I mean like totally
healthy!"

Clearly, as Christians came together to pray, worship and work
together with a common focus, the church in Toronto entered a new
level of empowerment.

Pastor Alvin Nicholson is the Chair of Mission GTA and Agape
Ministries. He suggested, "To the degree [that] our unity is intact,
that is the degree that our authority as a church is in place to do
things within the city, province and the nation."

Many felt, in the end, what initially was cause for great concern may
have been a 'divine set-up.'

According to Rev. Long, "It was an excuse, it was a catalyst - the
Dalai Lama¹s visit -for the church to rise up, to begin to pray for
the city they live in, in a way they never had before."

He added, "There were incredible moments where the worship teams
really felt the delight of the Father. At the end of it - really no
one wanted it to stop. There is a divine destiny for this nation.
We¹re going to see revival on a level we¹ve never seen it before."

Many Christians in Toronto believe that The House of the King prayer
and worship initiative was not only a small sampling of Heaven on
earth, but may be a foretaste of the great move of God that many
believe is about to come.

source: http://www.cbn.com/CBNNews/CWN/061804toronto.asp

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Contoh yang buruk dari segi toleransi beragama =_="

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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #1 on: 12 November 2011, 06:21:09 PM »
Tambahan, Waktu Dalai Lama berkunjung ke Seattle, Amerika thn 2008,  ceramahnya dihadiri kurang lbh 150.000 (Seratus lima puluh ribu org) mayoritas kulit putih.
Facebooknya Dalai Lama sudah ada 2 juta lbh yg 'like', Twitternya lbh dari 3 juta followers.
Saya menghargai beliau sebagai sosok yg membawa pesan perdamaian, bukan politikus, mudah2an beliau konsisten dg keputusannya utk lepas dari urusan politik.....
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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #2 on: 12 November 2011, 06:54:48 PM »
busset paranoid abis ini sih
Satu saat dari pikiran yang dikuasai amarah membakar kebaikan yang telah dikumpulkan selama berkalpa-kalpa.
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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #3 on: 12 November 2011, 07:38:14 PM »
hahaha, lebay abis :)), kaya kemaren baru baca di yahoo juga kurang lebih sama..

Detroit prayer event puts Muslim community on edge
APBy JEFF KAROUB - Associated Press | AP – 11 hrs ago

DETROIT (AP) — A group that counts Islam among the ills facing the nation began a 24-hour prayer rally Friday evening in an area with one of the largest Muslim communities in the United States.

The gathering at Ford Field, the stadium where the Detroit Lions play, is designed to tackle issues such as the economy, racial strife, same-sex relationships and abortion. But the decade-old organization known as TheCall has said Detroit is a "microcosm of our national crisis" in all areas, including "the rising tide of the Islamic movement."

Leaders of TheCall believe a satanic spirit is shaping all parts of U.S. society, and it must be challenged through intensive Christian prayer and fasting. Such a demonic spirit has taken hold of specific areas, Detroit among them, organizers say. In the months ahead of their rallies, teams of local organizers often travel their communities performing a ritual called "divorcing Baal," the name of a demon spirit, to drive out the devil from each location.

"Our concern is that we are literally being demonized by the organizers of this group," said Dawud Walid, executive director of Council on American-Islamic Relations' Michigan chapter, which last week urged local mosques and Islamic schools to increase security. "And given the recent history of other groups that have come into Michigan ... we're concerned about this prayer vigil stoking up the flames of divisiveness in the community."

TheCall is the latest and largest of several groups or individuals to come to the Detroit area with a message that stirred up many of its estimated 150,000 to 200,000 Muslims. Recent visitors have included Florida pastor Terry Jones; members of the Westboro Baptist Church; and the Acts 17 Apologetics, missionaries who were arrested for disorderly conduct last year at Dearborn's Arab International Festival but were later acquitted.

As with many other Christian groups, TheCall and its adherents believe  is the only path to salvation. While they consider all other religions false, they have a specific focus on Islam, largely in response to the Sept. 11 attacks, terrorism overseas and fear that Islam, which is also a proselytizing faith, will spread faster than Christianity.

TheCall is modeled partly on the Promise Keepers, the men's stadium prayer movement that was led in the 1990s by former University of Colorado football coach Bill McCartney. TheCall's first major rally was in September 2000 on the national Mall in Washington, drawing tens of thousands of young people to pray for a Christian revival in America. Co-founder Lou Engle has organized similar rallies in several cities, including a 2008 event at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium two days before Election Day to generate support for Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage in California.

Theologically, Engle is part of a stream of Pentecostalism that is independent of any denomination and is intensely focused on the end times. Within these churches, some leaders are elevated to the position of apostle, or hearing directly from God.

Muslims weren't the only ones concerned about Friday's event. A coalition of Detroit clergy led a march of about 150 people from a city park to the football stadium Friday evening, around the time the rally inside was scheduled to start.

"We chanted 'Stop the hate, spread the love. Stop the hate, spread the jobs,'" the Rev. David Bullock told The Associated Press after their hourlong march and prayer rally.

He described the outdoor prayer rally as "very non-violent, very peaceful," and said there was no trouble with anyone entering Ford Field for TheCall.

Bullock said he and other Detroit area clergy have received calls this week asking about TheCall. He said he has told them to research Engle.

"They didn't know. People are really shocked by the rhetoric in his sermons. We are going to send a different message that the God we serve loves everyone."

Engle declined interview requests from the AP, and one of his representatives referred calls to Apostle Ellis Smith of Detroit's Jubilee City Church. Smith, who appeared with Engle and other Detroit-area clergy in promotional videos filmed at Ford Field, considers himself a point-person for TheCall in Detroit.

Smith told the AP that fears of the event taking on an anti-Muslim tone are overblown. He said attendees won't be "praying against Muslims," but rather "against terrorism that has its roots in Islam."

"We're dealing with extremism," he said. "We're against extremism when it comes to Christians."

Still, in a pre-event sermon he delivered Oct. 9 at a suburban church, Smith called Islam a "false," ''lame" and "perverse" religion. He said it was allowed to take root in Detroit because of the city's strong religious base. That's why TheCall event is "pivotal," he said.

"That's why I believe it's by divine appointment: Detroit is the most religious city in America," Smith said in the sermon, adding later, "What I'm saying to you is Detroit had to happen because we have to break these barriers that have hindered in so many ways."

The sermon was archived on the online sermon library Sermon.net.

Smith on Thursday said he was offering his personal perspective that Islam is "a false religion, as many others are."

He said the main focus of Friday's gathering is "loving God, loving God's people."

Dawn Bethany, 43, said she is attending with about 70 others from Lansing's Epicenter of Worship, where she is the church's administrator. Bethany said she believes the event will be a "monumental spiritual experience," and "the negativity is a distraction from seeing who God is." God, she said, "is love."

___

Associated Press writer Corey Williams in Detroit and AP Religion Writer Rachel Zoll in New York contributed to this report.

___

sumber: http://news.yahoo.com/detroit-prayer-event-puts-muslim-community-edge-080208099.html

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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #4 on: 13 November 2011, 01:41:49 AM »
Hahah.... terbukti doa mereka tidak terwujud...  :))... Dalai Lama malah beberapa kali mengunjungi Toronto... Buddhis dari berbagai aliran juga berkembang di sana.

Ini lagi paranoid mereka sampai bikin Tibetan Tea House (tambahan artikel di atas):

The most accessible events to get involved with are the public events. For example Christians in Toronto in May/June 2004 organised a “Tibetan Tea House” close to the venue where the Dalai Lama was speaking, and attracted many people in to enjoy refreshments. Literature, lectures, art work and the likes all proclaimed the Gospel within a low key, yet effective paradigm. Some conversions occured. My experience to date is that conversations for the Gospel are much more fruitful on “their patch” – that is, when I go to their centre/temple, and drink their tea, or attend their lecture series. Alternatively, many of my conversations occur on “neutral territory” that is, a local cafe. The Tibetan Tea House in Toronto (mentioned above) was decorated in Tibetan motifs, so as to both minimise the cultural jump people in the know would have to make, and also to increase the curiosity factor for those who were seeking. The Tea House not only provided a restful stop, but was also a venue for “friendship evangelism” and several formal lectures on Christianity vis a vis the Dalai Lama’s visit to Toronto.

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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #5 on: 13 November 2011, 08:35:13 AM »
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In April, the leader of Tibetan Buddhism, the Dalai Lama, came to
Toronto, Canada. He came to strengthen the Buddhist community, but
his visit had an effect on another spiritual community in the city.
It rallied the Christian church.

Christians in Toronto believe that God is up to something in their
city.

When the news broke that the Dalai Lama, Tibetan Buddhism¹s spiritual
leader, was planning to visit Toronto, Mission GTA kicked into gear.

Mission GTA is a network of Christian pastors and leaders
representing a variety of denominations and cultures. They saw this
event as serious cause for concern.

"The prime mission of the Dalai Lama¹s visit," recalled Rev. Richard
Long of Together Ministries, "was an 11-day Tibetan Buddhist
initiation ritual."

"This is something," he added, "many Christians feared would have a
negative impact on the spiritual climate of Toronto, as well as the
rest of Canada."

What emerged was an unprecedented 12-day, 24-hour round-the-clock
cross-denominational prayer and worship initiative called The House
of the King.

Alone, or in groups, Christians prayed as they walked the streets,
rode the public transit and visited some of Toronto¹s historic
landmarks.

As the prayer initiative gathered momentum, national as well as
international prayer groups came on board. With the help of modern
technology, literally tens of thousands of Christians around the
world rallied together to pray for Toronto.

Harry Boghossian, pastor of The Church of the Living God, and
spokesperson for The House of the King, was encouraged by the extent
of the prayer support.

He said, "Women Aglow, with 1.3 million, have been mobilized to pray
for Toronto at this time. We¹ve had intercessors in Africa that
number to the tune of about 30,000. We have prisoners in Argentina
that have come to the Lord and the entire population of the prison is
targeting Toronto."

Never in the history of Toronto had there been so much prayer for the
city. Nor had there ever been the opportunity to welcome the presence
of God through 12 days of 24-hour worship.

First Nations [American Indians], Chinese, Korean, and African-
Canadian were some of the many people groups that responded.

Pastor Bill Dyck and his congregation, the Toronto Alliance Church,
saw the visit of the Dalai Lama and his Buddhist followers as a
unique opportunity to extend Christian love and good will. He
said, "If there are Buddhist spiritual seekers who come to this city
wanting to engage spiritually with people, we want to be there."

They transformed their storefront church into a hospitality center,
so Asian as well as Western-Buddhist pedestrians were welcomed to a
Tibetan Tea Room and Art Gallery.


If that wasn¹t enough to keep the city hopping, Todd Bentley¹s
radical Fresh Fire Ministry showed up with over 300 Canadian and
foreign participants-eager to reach the city with practical
demonstrations of God¹s love. Remarkably, Fresh Fire ministry
coordinators had-unknowingly-scheduled their campaign to coincide
with the exact dates of The House of the King prayer thrust!

On the fourth day of the event, Peter Byers, the Toronto Ablaze
campaign coordinator stated: "Not only have people been accepting
 as their Savior, but a lot of people have been getting healed:
backs, necks, hearing. And a blind eye was opened today!"

The campaign reported extraordinary results. Approximately 600 people
made first time decisions to follow Christ. At least 40 miraculous
healings were reported to have taken place right on the streets of
Toronto.

Colin Mills, a resident of the city, eagerly testified about what God
had done for him. He said, "Todd Bentley called out someone who had a
kidney condition, a failing kidney. The fire of the Holy Spirit went
through the right side of my body. This morning when I woke up, I
have not physically felt like this before. I mean like totally
healthy!"

Clearly, as Christians came together to pray, worship and work
together with a common focus, the church in Toronto entered a new
level of empowerment.

Pastor Alvin Nicholson is the Chair of Mission GTA and Agape
Ministries. He suggested, "To the degree [that] our unity is intact,
that is the degree that our authority as a church is in place to do
things within the city, province and the nation."

Many felt, in the end, what initially was cause for great concern may
have been a 'divine set-up.'

According to Rev. Long, "It was an excuse, it was a catalyst - the
Dalai Lama¹s visit -for the church to rise up, to begin to pray for
the city they live in, in a way they never had before."

He added, "There were incredible moments where the worship teams
really felt the delight of the Father. At the end of it - really no
one wanted it to stop. There is a divine destiny for this nation.
We¹re going to see revival on a level we¹ve never seen it before."

Many Christians in Toronto believe that The House of the King prayer
and worship initiative was not only a small sampling of Heaven on
earth, but may be a foretaste of the great move of God that many
believe is about to come.

source: http://www.cbn.com/CBNNews/CWN/061804toronto.asp

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begitulah ciri2 umat penganut ajaran pandangan salah
Seringlah PancaKhanda direnungkan sebagai Ini Bukan MILIKKU, Ini Bukan AKU, Ini Bukan DIRIKU, bermanfaat mengurangi keSERAKAHan, mengurangi keSOMBONGan, Semoga dapat menjauhi Pandangan SALAH.

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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #6 on: 13 November 2011, 02:03:51 PM »
begitulah ciri2 umat penganut ajaran pandangan salah
sudah biasa itu...
umat lain baik=iblis
umat seiman tapi jahat=malaikat

kalau diajarkan ajaran lain dikatakan ajaran sesat, ajaran iblis...
ajaran lain meskipun isinya dongeng dan cerita porno semua, masih dikatakan kebenaran...
haleluy4
« Last Edit: 13 November 2011, 02:06:18 PM by will_i_am »
hiduplah hanya pada hari ini, jangan mengkhawatirkan masa depan ataupun terpuruk dalam masa lalu.
berbahagialah akan apa yang anda miliki, jangan mengejar keinginan akan memiliki
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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #7 on: 13 November 2011, 03:02:29 PM »
sudah biasa itu...
umat lain baik=iblis
umat seiman tapi jahat=malaikat

kalau diajarkan ajaran lain dikatakan ajaran sesat, ajaran iblis...
ajaran lain meskipun isinya dongeng dan cerita porno semua, masih dikatakan kebenaran...
haleluy4


wel-kom tu de kanesten world... ini lah realiti... sekelompok manusia berpikiran sempit nan terbelakang yg merasa paling hebat karena ada brewok yg menyelamatkan dalam imajinasi mereka...

klo ada orang kanesten yg baca tulis dato' diatas mereka pasti katakan dato' kaga bakal diselamatkan, wel-kom tu de hell... =))

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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #8 on: 13 November 2011, 03:41:27 PM »
klo ada orang kanesten yg baca tulis dato' diatas mereka pasti katakan dato' kaga bakal diselamatkan, wel-kom tu de hell... =))
gpp dato' ntar kita sama2 go to hell buat menginjili umat yang ada di neraka... =)) =))
hiduplah hanya pada hari ini, jangan mengkhawatirkan masa depan ataupun terpuruk dalam masa lalu.
berbahagialah akan apa yang anda miliki, jangan mengejar keinginan akan memiliki
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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #9 on: 15 November 2011, 07:57:35 PM »
Ini pendapat negatif dari para misonaris Kristian Pantekostal atau Karismatik ttg Buddhisme:



The Holy Spirit led us into a time of full on, repentance and deliverance from idolatry, Buddhism, witchcraft, temple worship all which are prevalent strongholds in Taiwan. Many hit the floor and were delivered from demons on the spot. We got reports back the next day, I received an immediate email that night, of people young and old being completely set free from tormenting evil spirits that were attacking them daily. That night, we had to corporately repent for these idolatrous sins in order for the generational curses over the land to be broken and for the blessings of healing to flow.
(Jaeson Ma)

http://jaesonma.com/the-power-of-the-cross-part-3/



“Look at the Soka Gakkai (Buddhism). They belong to Satan… and with the evil fourth dimension they carry out dominion over their bodies and circumstances.” Then God told him that Christians should link their fourth-dimensional spiritual power to God the Creator to have even greater control over circumstances than the Soka Gakkai. He concluded:“Soka Gakkai has applied the law of the fourth dimension and has performed miracles; but in Christianity there is only talk about theology and faith!”
(David Yonggi Cho, The Fourth Dimension)

"While Christianity has been in Japan for more than a hundred years, with only half a percent of the population claiming to be Christians, Soka Gakkai has millions of followers... Without seeing miracles, people cannot be satisfied that God is powerful. It is you [Christians] who are responsible to supply miracles for these people."
(David Yonggi Cho, The Fourth Dimension)

"Sokagakkai [Soka Gakkai] has applied the law of the fourth dimension and has performed miracles" (Ibid., 64). Likewise, "many people involved in yoga are healing the sick by yoga meditation...in Buddhism monks also have performed fantastic miracles" (Ibid., 36-37; vol. 2, 36). He states that if non-Christians are able to accomplish incredible feats via the fourth dimension, then Christians, using the same means, ought to be able to do all that and much more (Ibid., vol. 1, 37, 41).
(David Yonggi Cho, The Fourth Dimension)

WOW!

Dan dua orang di atas, sangat berpengaruh pada perkembangan gereja-gereja "mega" Karismatik Pantekosta di Indonesia, seperti gereja B, M (yang terkenal fanatik dengan bahasa-bahasa roh mereka).

NB: Umat Buddhisme aliran Soka Gakkai melafalkan "Nam-myoho renge kyo" atau "Namo Saddharmapundarika Sutra" dan banyak mengalami apa yang orang awam sebut "mukjizat" sehingga di Korea pun jumlah umat Buddhisme Soka Gakkai sangat besar, sebanding dengan umat gereja Yoido Full Gospel Church yang didirikan oleh Yonggi Cho (yang juga gereja terbesar di Asia). Dan mungkin karena itulah Cho sangat cemburu dengan Soka Gakkai dan Buddhisme.

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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #10 on: 15 November 2011, 08:40:50 PM »
Baru tau artinya Namyo-ho renge kyo= Namo Saddharma Pundarika Sutra, kirain = Namo Kwan Se Im Pu Sa..

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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #11 on: 16 November 2011, 10:47:21 AM »
Baru tau artinya Namyo-ho renge kyo= Namo Saddharma Pundarika Sutra, kirain = Namo Kwan Se Im Pu Sa..
Namo Kwan Se Im Pu Sa = Namu Kanzeon Bosatsu (なむ 観世音 菩薩).
Ga tau deh kalau Bahasa Korea-nya gimana.

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Re: 2004: Kedatangan Bhiksu Buddhis yang Menghebohkan umat Kristiani Toronto
« Reply #12 on: 16 November 2011, 01:03:48 PM »
Namo Kwan Se Im Pu Sa = Namu Kanzeon Bosatsu (なむ 観世音 菩薩).
Ga tau deh kalau Bahasa Korea-nya gimana.

Bahasa Koreanya Kwan Se im Pu sa = Gwan seeum bosal. Saya ngak tahu org korea pakai namu atau namo atau yg lainnya........

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« Reply #13 on: 16 November 2011, 03:12:25 PM »
Baru tau artinya Namyo-ho renge kyo= Namo Saddharma Pundarika Sutra, kirain = Namo Kwan Se Im Pu Sa..

Namyo-ho renge kyo = Namo Miao fa lian hua jing (Mandarin).
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« Reply #14 on: 17 November 2011, 09:21:52 PM »
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Baru tau artinya Namyo-ho renge kyo= Namo Saddharma Pundarika Sutra, kirain = Namo Kwan Se Im Pu Sa..

Di Jepang, "Namu Myoho Renge Kyo" kadang dilafalkan untuk menghormati Bodhisattva Kannon (Guanyin) karena beliau disebutkan dalam salah satu bab Saddharmapundarika Sutra.

Tidak cuma aliran Nichiren, aliran Tendai (Tiantai) juga melafalkan mantra tersebut, juga pengikut Soto Zen.

Kalau saya baca" di majalah intern berbagai aliran Nichiren, sangat banyak "mukjizat" terjadi dari pelafalan mantra tersebut mulai dari perubahan sifat dan sikap menjadi lebih baik, perubahan hidup dan kesembuhan. Tentu ini karena karma kebajikan yang dihasilkan.  :)

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