Baikaryu Eisanka; Japanese Buddhist hymns
The teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha, Dogen Zenji and Keizan Zenji are learned through singing Baikaryu Eisanka and practiced in accordance with vows.
These are hymns sung in praise of Shakyamuni Buddha, Dogen Zenji and Keizan Zenji and with respect for our ancestors. These melodies were born out of the influence of the natural features of and life in Japan. It is a calm and gentle kind of song that is easy to sing and produces a peaceful heart and new inspiration.
We say the pilgrim hymn this. The pilgrim hymn of the the Soto Zen sect is called Baikaryu commemorating plum blossoms that Dogen Zenji loved.
- Practice twice a month.
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