A Lei da Ordem e Objetos Sagrados

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The Law of Order and Sacred Objects A Lei da Ordem e Objetos Sagrados
Question: May I dedicate a Divine Scroll in the cabin of my fishing boat? Interlocutor: Eu posso entronizar uma Imagem Sagrada na cabine do meu barco de pesca?
Answer: No, it’s not necessary. Sometimes people work over the cabin, so it becomes disrespectful to God. The best way is for the captain and other workers to receive their sacred focal points; then you will be protected. Meishu Sama: Não, isso não é necessário. Algumas vezes as pessoas trabalham acima da cabine, então isso seria um desrespeito a Deus. O melhor jeito é o capitão e outros trabalhadores receberem o Ohikari, então você será protegido.
Rev. Ajiki: It seems to me this is case by case. During World War II, some of the officers in the army became Johrei members. They asked Meishu-sama to make special calligraphies to protect their vessels, so he wrote komyo (Bright Light) calligraphiesfor them. They hung them in the captain’s room at the top of the boat. We heard that these vessels never sank even if torpedoes attacked them. I heard a lot of stories like this. At that time the komyo was a calligraphy, not a Divine Scroll. .Meishu-sama never wrote komyo as a Divine Scroll, just as a calligraphy. Rev. Ajiki: It seems to me this is case by case. During World War II, some of the officers in the army became Johrei members. They asked Meishu-sama to make special calligraphies to protect their vessels, so he wrote komyo (Bright Light) calligraphiesfor them. They hung them in the captain’s room at the top of the boat. We heard that these vessels never sank even if torpedoes attacked them. I heard a lot of stories like this. At that time the komyo was a calligraphy, not a Divine Scroll. .Meishu-sama never wrote komyo as a Divine Scroll, just as a calligraphy.
Rev. Ajiki: At the time of Meishu-same’s death, the Divine Scroll was Komyo Nyorai, indicating a rank of Kannon. Rev. Higuchi talked to Nidai Sama, saying Westerners would prefer a more universal type of Divine Scroll to one that was Buddhist. Nidai-sama suggested komyo, or Light. She explained that from ancient times it has been said that God is Light. From then, komyo started being used as a Divine Scroll in the West. I also feel this is the best one for us. While Meishu-sama was alive, he said that the Divine Scroll, Dai Komyo Nyorai, (Great Light Nyorai) would reflect the development of more spiritual power, eventually becoming Miroku Omikami (Great God of Miroku - Saviour). Meishu-sama passed on before he could change Dai Komyo Nyorai to Miroku Oomikami. These changes would take place as a manifestation of the development of the spirit of Karmon in the spiritual realm.

Rev. Ajiki: At the time of Meishu-same’s death, the Divine Scroll was Komyo Nyorai, indicating a rank of Kannon. Rev. Higuchi talked to Nidai Sama, saying Westerners would prefer a more universal type of Divine Scroll to one that was Buddhist. Nidai-sama suggested komyo, or Light. She explained that from ancient times it has been said that God is Light. From then, komyo started being used as a Divine Scroll in the West. I also feel this is the best one for us. While Meishu-sama was alive, he said that the Divine Scroll, Dai Komyo Nyorai, (Great Light Nyorai) would reflect the development of more spiritual power, eventually becoming Miroku Omikami (Great God of Miroku - Saviour). Meishu-sama passed on before he could change Dai Komyo Nyorai to Miroku Oomikami. These changes would take place as a manifestation of the development of the spirit of Karmon in the spiritual realm.