Japanese for "purify the spirit." Johrei purifies
the spirit of the recipient by intensifying or focusing divine
light or universal energy through the instrument of the human
Japanese for "Enlightened Spiritual Leader;" the title
used for Mokichi Okada (1882-1955), the founder of the Johrei
balanced cross that is the official symbol and registered trademark
of the Johrei Fellowship. The symbol depicts the three energies
of fire, water, and soil which are combined in
It also represents the universal law that the spiritual precedes
the physical, that the physical world and the spiritual world
are one, and that by putting spirit first, we can change the
Japanese-style flower arranging
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the manifestation of the universal principle that states whenever
an accumulation of negativity occurs, a cleansing action takes
place. Purification can take many forms including emotional,
physical, mental, and financial. It is a natural way of restoring
the rhythmic balance we call health and a positive sign that
harmful substances and circumstances are being eliminated.
Spiritual clouds are formed by negative thoughts, words and
deeds, the accumulation of toxins in our bodies, and also they
can be inherited. These toxins include certain medicine or drugs,
impure food and environmental toxins. Most people have spiritual
clouds that they have accumulated consciously or unconsciously.
Johrei enables one to eliminate these clouds more quickly.
A sealed locket containing a replica of Meishu-sama's calligraphy
for "Light." The focal point focuses divine light
or universal energy like a magnifying glass focuses the light
of the sun.
An ancient Japanese chant or prayer that asks God to cleanse
the spiritual realm by dispelling spiritual clouds that have
The scroll that displays the calligraphy (kanji) for "Bright
Light" and serves as a focus of divine energy for the Center
Everything first originates in the spiritual realm and later
manifests on the physical plane in a cause-and-effect relationship.