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Re: [DharmaBudista] Visiting Koyasan: There are 18 temples located in South America.

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  • Oscar Ermenegildo
    Westerly view from the front of the Kondo (Golden Hall), Koyasan, Japan. The tower to the left is the Six-Sided Sutra Repository. The main headquarters of
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      Westerly view from the front of the Kondo (Golden Hall), Koyasan,
      Japan. The tower to the left is the Six-Sided Sutra Repository.
      The main headquarters of Koyasan Shingon-shu is located at Koyasan
      (Mount Koya) in Wakayama prefecture, Japan on a mountain that is 900
      meters (2500 feet) high. The mountain is called the "Eight Petalled
      Peak" as well as our "Parent Mountain." In an environment filled with
      spiritual feeling, the main pagoda towers among the great cryptomeria
      and cypress trees. This is a sacred place unparalleled in the world,
      and is filled with the power and grace of Kobo Daishi whom we look
      upon as the founder of our religion. Kongobu-ji, the name of the main
      headquaters temple, was given by Kobo Daishi as the general name for
      the mountain temple. The three characters for "Kon-go-bu" (Vajra
      Peak) are taken from the title of the Kongoburokakuyugi- kyo,
      the "Sutra of the Spiritual Practitioners of the Tower on Vajra
      Peak," to form the name of the temple. The peak is the "Eight
      Petalled Peak," and it is a place for engaging in the practices
      explained in the Kongocho-kyo, a basic scripture for Shingon
      Buddhism. Kobo Daishi also had the idea of establishing on this
      mountain the pure land described in this sutra. It was from this idea
      that Koyasan became the basic place of practice for Shingon Esoteric
      Buddhism and it has continued to this day for the sake of spreading
      the faith that forms the foundation on which the hearts and minds of
      people may rely.

      Visiting Koyasan
      http://www.koyasan. org/visit. html

      There are 18 temples located in South America. For more information
      on their locations please contact:

      Temple Budista Koyasan Shingonshu da America do Sul
      Divisao Brasil Rua Coronel Joad de Oliveira Melo 741
      Vila Antonieta, Sao Paulo, Brasil 03474
      Phone: 55-11-271-5622

      H O M E
      http://www.koyasan. org/index. html

      Please send your comments and questions to: Rev. Eijun Bill Eidson
      mailto: beidson@shingon. org

      ©1999 Shingon Buddhist International Institute

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