The morning religious services will take place every day from 6:30 am (7 am in the winter).
This ceremony is to show daily appreciation to Buddhist saints and also to hold an ancestral memorial service.
After the morning service, we hold a Goma fire ritual every morning.
The Goma (Homa) Ritual of consecrated fire is unique to Vajrayana and Esoteric Buddhism. It is performed for the benefit of individuals, the state or all sentient beings in general. The consecrated fire is believed to have a powerful cleansing effect spiritually and psychologically. The fire symbolizes the wisdom of the Buddha and the wood sticks symbolize human desires (the root of suffering). the Buddha burns away the root of our suffering as we pray for our wishes to come true. Flames can sometimes reach a few meters high.
You could pray for the well-being of your family, recovery from illness, traffic safety, prosperity to the business and school success.
Name of person who are prayed.
Every person is born with the spirit of the year.
At our temple, we enshrine the star that is derived from the year of birth during the Setsubun Festival in February, and pray to avoid misfortunes and disasters during bad years, and for fortunes to become even better during good years.
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