Japan and its spiritual wonders

Japan and its spiritual wonders


Japan and its spiritual wonders

The ambassador of peace, Prem Rawat, advised his followers to go on spiritual retreats to develop spiritually and find their inner strengths. He is the founder of the Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), which has helped prisoners to become more deeply involved in their spiritual journey thanks to the application on peace education on the electronic tablets given to them. Japan is among the cities in the world where it is possible to find a wide range of religious diversity.

In fact, Japan hosts all kinds of religions, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Atheism, and Christianity. The most popular religion in Japan is Shintoism. Japan's tourism is based on its stimulating culture and lively existence. Japan is enriched with sanctified natural wonders as well as renowned heritage sites. Discover the spiritual wonders in Japan.

Japan's spiritual wonders

Takachiho

Takachiho is situated in the Miyazaki Prefecture where a natural monument. The landscape consists of an exquisitely designed deep gorge with steep cliffs. The legend says that Amaterasu descended from heaven and arrived at Takachiho in search of the Yamato Kingdom. The waterfalls are equally beautiful spots for meditation.

Meiji Jingu

Meiji Jingu is found in Tokyo, and this is where the spirits of Emperor Meiji, the 122nd emperor of Japan, and his beloved wife, the Empress Shoken, are secured. The Meiji Jinguforest is home to Kiyomasa's well, which was created by a castle builder, can be visited in the Inner Garden.

NikkoTosho-gu Shrine

NikkoTosho-gu Shrine is a Shinto shrine within Nikko, Japan. The shrine is said to be a source of pure energy, and has been enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visiting the shrine is said to bring material wealth to any visitor. The spot is a real wonder for praying and meditation.

Mount Aso

Mount Aso is the biggest volcano which is active in Japan. This is probable what makes the spot renowned as the place to go for a spiritual journey to fulfill oneself. Mount Aso is described as the most appropriate destination for positive spiritual energy, and as the place to let negativity go. Visitors can enjoy soaking in the thermal springs to unwind. Another spiritual wonder of Mount Aso is Oshitoishi, which consists of a group of stones that can be found on the northern caldera wall.

IseJingu

IseJingu or Ise Grand Shrine, is the most hallowed Shinto shrine in Japan. It is rules by the goddess of the sun, Amaterasu Omikami. It is believed that Amaterasu finally relented from her cave as a sacred mirror was used to lure her out of it. The mirror had a bad effect on Earth, leaving it in darkness for some hours. It is a chosen destination for a spiritual journey to achieve inner peace.

Izumo Taisha

Izumo Taisha or Izumo Grand Shrine is the oldest sacred shrine in Japan. Many locals pray at the mountain. Its ruling power is Okuninushi no Mikoto, a Shinto deity of marriage. Legends tell stories about the giant, sacred rope which was used by Izumo Taisha to attract a spouse. The site is now renowned as a potent spot for matchmaking.