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Applying meditation to people's lives

The Method of the Clinical Meditation

The clinical meditation method is a meditation method developed at a university institution by adding modern medical care and practical theory to the traditional Buddhist meditation that Elder Toyama learned in Sri Lanka and Mt. Koya. It is characterized by a method-based method that allows you to acquire meditation skills. It is expected to be applied to clinical end-of-life care, psychological care in disaster-stricken areas, and stress care for corporate employees and nursing care workers.

Clinical meditation training provides a peaceful and safe environment. Especially during post-meditation sharing, the approach of groupwork is caring rather than challenging, based on mutual compassion rather than confrontation. Through the process of the training, you will gradually gain proficiency with each of the four main meditation techniques: relaxing, observing, energizing, and unifying.

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Explanation of “Olympic Bell”


These five rings are specially created by making sounds from the Five Ring Tower, which represents the five energies (earth, water, fire, wind, and sky) in Esoteric Buddhism.

The five tones are based on the Chinese scales of "Ichietsu, Heicho, Soucho, Huangcho, Banwata" and the five tones of Shomyo music "Gong, Sho, Kaku, Zhi, and Fei" that Kukai brought to Japan. Masu. The five tones are reproduced as sounds similar to "re, mi, so, a, and shi" in the Western musical scale.

The sound of a chime has a calm and clear tone that is useful for healing and mental adjustment in music therapy. In the clinical meditation method, we practice by ringing this bell during meditation. This bell is an original product developed and manufactured at Senkoji Temple. If you are interested, we can also make a special product and share it with you, so please contact us.