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The Threefold Refuge
Sambutsuge
Jusige
Junari
Shoshinge
Eko

The running order of a Jodo Shinshu Amida Buddha Service

Following the reciting The Threefold Refuge, the central or main part of a Buddha Service usually comes in the form of the chanting of a sutra or gatha. The Sambutsuge, Jusiege, Junari and Shoshinge are the primary gatha's in Jodo Shinshu tradition. The traditional way to conclude a Buddha Service and express ones gratitude is to chant the Eko.


JUNARI

Click/tap on test below to download an mp3 audio file that, aside from the initial Taking the Threefold Refuge features the remainder of a
full service with the chanting of Junari followed by Tan (short) i.e. six Nembutsu's and then finally, chanting of the Eko in its most common or basic form.

 


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