Buddhist Practice Realizes Purity & Serenity
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Buddhist Practice Realizes Purity & Serenity

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Buddhism teaches the principle of the oneness of life and its environment. This principle signifies that life, the subjective self, and its physical environment are not two, but one. Therefore, every function of our six senses, which signify the subjective self or life, has a great impact on the realm of our environment.

Buddhism’s Core Beliefs & Practice

The six sense organs form the window that allows information to enter one’s body; if this window is clouded, the correct information cannot be taken in. However, if your six sense organs are pure and not clouded, one can correctly recognize and evaluate external phenomena. From this, the correct way of thinking and action are born. (excerpted from The Doctrines and Practice of Nichiren Shoshu, p.252.)

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