Wednesday, October 26, 2005


"Fudo or 'Immovable' deity who serves practitioners by defeating obstables and devils which hinder buddhist practice. It is said that he enters a flame-emitting meditation (Kasho Zammai) in which he exudes flame and destroys all karmic hinderances. Because he never yeilds to obstacles, he is called Fudo or Immovable. The deity symbolizes the mind that does not move, or the body that is not unsettled even when surrounded by danger."


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