Nursing through Buddhism

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In recent years, natural disasters and emerging infectious diseases have occurred in Japan, and Priest Takuetsu has been working on-site to safeguard people's well-being. The Buddhist term "tomoiki" describes a way of life that places value on continuity from the past to the future. Priest Takuetsu practices Buddhist nursing as a source of psychological and spiritual support in modern society where such problems as anxiety and stress are becoming increasingly evident.

The Noto Hanto Earthquake in 2024

Priest Takuetsu made pilgrimages to the locations of life and death, rested there quietly, composed his breathing, repeatedly chanted sutras, and prayed for the repose of souls and recovery from disaster. I humbly request the priests to face toward these photos and perform incantations and prayers.

The Noto Hanto Earthquake in 2024 #family support #supporting the supporters #mental health care

Warning: This site contains potentially upsetting scenes and material regarding an earthquake disaster. Please view at your own risk. The images were taken in all administrative areas of the Noto Peninsula (Nanao-shi, Wajima-shi, Suzu-shi, Hakui-shi, Kahoku-shi, Tsubata-machi, Uchinada-machi, Shika-machi, Hodatsushimizu-cho, Nakanoto-machi, Anamizu-machi, and Noto-cho) during and after January 2024.


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Updated February 14, 2024

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