Tengenkyoh Religion

""Namu Chuh Koh Miyoh Ho Ten
The word of prayers wishing to be a person who can contribute to the prosperity of the family, the community, and the whole humankind.

Namu is spelled "" is one of the old auxiliary verbs that means supreme desire. It has been used to pray to the gods for favors.

Chuh is spelled "", which is composed of "" that means a center. A center is absolutely indispensable to keep everything balanced.

Koh is spelled "", which composed of "" and "". The former means old, and the latter means young or child, so that Koh shows a figure that the old depend on their children, that is, it means the spirit of co-operation, where true affection comes about.

Miyoh is spelled "", which is composed of "" and "".
"" has a meaning of “a little girl”. Thus this has a meaning of “purity”, and therefore, Miyoh means truth and reason.

Hoh is spelled "", which means laws and rules, and consists of the infinite natural laws laid down by gods, the way of humanity, and the laws of the country.

Ten is spelled "", which means an exemplary person.

Therefore chanting the words "Namu Chuh Koh Miyoh Ho Ten" is praying to gods "May I be an exemplary person with the best of balance in all respects, full of affection and spirit of cooperation, and in accordance with truth, reason and laws".