This worksheet is from a section of spells in the upcoming Monthly Magickal Record that work via repetition of mantra. These pages ask you to practice writing (and thinking) a specific mantra, like "Nam Myoho Renge Kyo," and then note the results you experience from practicing the mantra.
Nichiren Buddhism focuses heavily on the removal of oneself from the roller coaster of life’s ups and downs. Rather, practitioners encourage chanting the words, “Nam Myoho Renge Kyo,” which translate to “Devotion to the Mystic Law of the Lotus Sutra,” or, “Devotion to the Mystic Law of Cause and Effect.” Each thought is a cause that immediately creates an effect. Nichiren Buddhists believe that NMRK is the highest thought one may think, which allows the ideal outcome to manifest. When one chants NMRK, all trust is turned over to the
universe: “I give up! I resign myself to the flow of life!”
Suffering always stems from attachment. It could be attachment to outcomes, people, circumstances, objects, beliefs and so on, but suffering always comes from thinking something should be different from how it is. What if we didn’t need things to be different, or to be a certain way for us to be happy? What if we could be okay with how life is, because we trust the unfolding of things?
Fill the right-hand side of the worksheet with the words “Nam Myoho Renge Kyo.” When your mind starts to wander to that project you need to finish or that conversation you’re dreading, tell your mind, “Nam Myoho Renge Kyo.” As you write the words, feel how good it feels to know that this is your only responsibility now. Your only “job” is to give in.
NMRK is notorious for bringing about miracles. Be on the lookout today for pinhead solutions and major manifestions and record them on your page.