3 edition of brilliant life of Munetada Kurozumi found in the catalog.
brilliant life of Munetada Kurozumi
Translation of: Tetsujin Munetada.
|Statement||Taisen Nobuhara ; [translator, Tsukasa Sakai, Kazuko Sasage].|
|LC Classifications||BL2222.K892 K87613 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||82231059|
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The Opening Way: Kurozumi Munetada, Founder of KurozumikyoAuthor: Kurozumi Tadaaki. In Kurozumi-kyō Japan, named for its founder, Kurozumi Munetada (–), a Shintō priest of the area that is now Okayama prefecture. The believers venerate the Shintō sun goddess Amaterasu as the supreme god and creator of the universe and consider the other traditional 8, Shintō kami (gods, or sacred powers) to be.
Kurozumi Munetada By cultivating the "Nothingness" (Mu) that is the root of the heart/mind, Munetada became one with the heart/mind of God (the living reality of the heavens and the earth), and reached the state of "pervading life" (ikito^shi) which transcends life and death.
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The Living Way: Stories of Kurozumi Munetada, a Shinto Founder (The Sacret Literature Series of the International Sacred Literature Trust) by Willis Stoesz avg rating — 3 ratings. 大川プロフィールにもどります. 大川著作入門にリンクしています. 著作紹介2(年度分) 国会図書館で大川著作を検索. Kurozumi was the featured speaker at a conference on Kurozumi Shinto held in Dayton, Ohio, in The conference had a distinct dialogical component that carried over into the resulting book, which in part used conference materials.
More recently, the Kurozumi organization, along with the Global Forum, co-sponsored a Shinto. The opening way: Kurozumi Munetada, founder of Kurozumikyō Kurozumi Tadaaki ; translated by Julie Iezzi and Harold Wright with assistance from Kamiya Sumio ; edited by Willis Stoesz University Press of America, c pbk.
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Muneharu Kurozumi, the Sixth Chief Patriarch of Kurozumikyō, is affiliated to .Munetada Kurozumi of the Shinto faith said, ““The heart of the person before you is a mirror.
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