An explanation of the liturgy of the Soka Gakkai International.
Taking the Introductory Exam is the starting point of your lifelong pursuit of Buddhist study.
This Q&A series addresses frequently asked questions by those who are interested in Nichiren Buddhism.
In Nichiren Buddhism, the sangha is the harmonious community of believers based on the spirit of equality.
The Buddhist concept of the “three obstacles and four devils” teaches us how to win over challenges.
In Buddhism, anger is a state of life that can be transformed by learning to win not over others, but ourselves.
The following is study material for the weekly Soka Spirit chanting sessions being held at SGI-USA Buddhist centers across the country.
Awaiting the Time Volume 30, Chapter 2 (1–10)
Faith Equals Daily Life
October 2, 1960
Faith, Practice and Study
Realizing Our Prayers With the Four Powers
“Chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo Even Once Contains Limitless Benefit”
Oneness of Life and Environment
Nam-myoho-renge-kyo Explained, Two Ways
Awaiting the Time Volume 30, Chapter 2 (11–20)