Re: why i ilike this buddhism
- Hey Nina,
Cool story about the scientists and the sound of the universe. Any
idea where that might be in the form of an article or report?
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>>the sound of the
> Further more, back in the 70's I was told a story about a group of
> international scientists who spent 3 years at Prudoe Bay, recording
> Aurora Borealis. Their answer? Namu Myoho Renge Kyo, and they knewnothing about
> buddhism.they were
> upon returning from their research, while walkiing down the street,
> approached by an NSA member, who told them about NMRK saying it wasthe sound
> of the universe, his reply? How did yo know that, we have not evenpublished
> our report yet? Naturally, he became a member right away.cannot
> So, IMHO, you will find everything validates this sound
> also, if you go to Burger King and ask for a fish sandwich, you
> possibly expect to receive a Whopper. So i f you chant the wrongsound, you will not
> get the result you seek.key that
> Ultoimately is it specifically about buddhahood, and NMRK is the
> activates that potential.
> Abracadabra will not.
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- <issendai2003@y...> wrote:>
"... As I recall, there were two groups of mice held in separate
containers. Prerecorded daimoku was played to one group for a
certain amount of time I guess days. And the other group got to
listen to the Nembutsu chant. The end result was that the daimoku
mice stayed very healthy and the Nembutsu mice became sickly...."
A third group of mice was played show tunes only...they seemed quite
pleased, and decorated their cages very tastefully, with the most
FABULOUS window treatments! They did not, however, reproduce...