Daimoku

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Daimoku

(ˈdaɪməʊkuː) or

daimoku

n
(Buddhism)
a. (in Nichiren Buddhism) the words nam myoho renge kyo ('devotion to the Lotus Sutra') chanted to the Gohonzon
b. the act of chanting these words
[from Japanese, literally: title]
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The actress, who admits having to bang her feet and clap her hands each time she gets in a car because she's got a phobia of electric shocks, looks into Dan's eyes as he holds her and she chants: "Nam-myoho-renge-kyo."
"It's a type of Buddhism, where you chant Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo. Chanting is suppose[d] to help you through tough times and bring you inner peace and ultimate happiness," the source added.