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By Robert E. Svoboda, Robert Beer

The Aghora trilogy were embraced world-wide for his or her frankness in broaching matters mostly kept away from and their facility for making the 'unseen' actual. We input the realm of Vimalananda who teaches by means of tale and residing instance.

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Gōhan is also read kowameshi and means rice cooked with red beans. Go-hei A wooden stick or staff with sacred paper strips (also termed gohei or nusa) attached. It is held by the priest to indicate the presence of the kami. See heihaku. A kinpei is a ‘golden’ gohei. Goi, Masahisa See Byakkō Shinkōkai. Gōkaku Educational success. One of the riyaku (benefits) most likely to be offered by temples and shrines and petitioned for by pre-university students in contemporary Japan, where employability and life prospects are, and are firmly believed to be, closely linked to academic achievement at school.

One of about 25 new shrines constructed since the Meiji restoration to revere figures of national or patriotic significance. 781–806) who founded Kyōto by moving the capital there 1100 years earlier. It was extensively rebuilt in 1940 to accommodate also the spirit of the last pre-Meiji emperor based in Kyōto, Emperor Kōmei (1844–1865). The shrine building is a replica of the Daigoku-den, the Council Hall in the Heian period Imperial Palace. See Jidai-matsuri. Heiden Hall of offerings. A shrine building or equivalent space, normally part of the hongū, where rites of offerings and prayers are carried out by priests rather than ordinary devotees.

Early in the Heian period the Iwashimizu Hachimangū was established to the south-west of Kyōto as a bunsha of Usa for the imperial family to revere its ancestral kami. The Minamoto clan regarded Hachiman as their clan deity and the first shōgun Minamoto, Yoritomo, founded the Tsurugaoka Hachiman shrine when he moved the capital to Kamakura. Hachiman is linked with Kasuga and Amaterasu in the sanja takusen oracles. Hachiman can be found iconographically represented both as a male deity of war and as a Buddhist priest.

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