|Written by Toni Dunlap|
|Saturday, 14 November 2009 12:59|
Members of the SGI practice the Buddhism taught by the 13th century Japanese sage Nichiren.
There are three basic elements to the practice of Nichiren Buddhism:
Buddhism teaches that a universal Law (Dharma) underlies everything in the universe.
This, practically, is what it means to manifest Buddhahood, or an enlightened life condition.
Buddhahood in Daily Life
SGI members are encouraged to employ their Buddhist practice to squarely confront and overcome the very real challenges of their daily lives, in order to realize and manifest the profound potential of their life and to fulfill their unique life purpose.
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The SGI members carry out their daily practice at home and meet at regular discussion meetings to study Buddhist principles and how to apply them in everyday life.
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