Mizuko memorial service manners
Mizuko memorial service has two options: in temple, and in home.
In any ways what important is to pray for happiness of Mizuko.
However, when it is the first time of Mizuko memorial service, you must be troubled without knowing what to do.
Here we introduce manners on Mizuko memorial service at the temple.
What to bring
There are no rules on what to bring in Mizuko memorial service, but many people bring offerings of sweets, toys and fruits. Some people write letters thinking of their children. When you bring flowers for offerings, please choose the ones with no thorns and poison. If you wish to burn the echo photos and maternal handbook, please do not forget to bring those. Some people bring donation or rosary.
There is no special dress code in Mizuko memorial service. Because it is not a ceremony that many people go in and out like as funeral and memorial service for ancestors. However, Mizuko memorial is the ritual for my important child. Even though everyday clothes are acceptable, please refrain from wearing jerseys, jeans or flashy, highly exposed clothes. For women, it is recommended that you finish in the conservative impression with dark-colored clothes and suits. In addition, please refrain from flashy makeup and big accessories, because those are not suitable in a place of Mizuko memorial service. For man, a modest design of shirts and slacks, such as chino pants are recommended. Shoes tend to overlook. Let's check in advance whether it is dirty.
When you give Mizuko memorial service, it is important to pray with plenty of affection to your child. With whatever the reason like as: "chose abortion because maternal safety not secure due to pregnancy poisoning”, "miscarriage of my beloved child”, it is a fact that the life had been lodged in the body and lost. Have the Mizuko memorial service with hoping your precious child to go to heaven in peace.
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