The Imagery of Nichiren's Lotus Sutra: The Gohonzon - The Great Mandala of the True Dharm
Kyo in Chinese
Kyo is Ching (pronounced "ying" in Chinese). It means "teaching." It is composed of I (Jp. ichi), ch'uan, t'ing, and mi.
on the right going down:
T'ing observes the surface (ichi) and the movement (ch'uan) under the surface. Flowing water (ch'uan) changes but is singular (ichi). It is the lifeblood (ching2) of all Buddhas.
(fifth Buddha of the Lotus Sutra) is the Buddha of everpresent eternity.
All phenomena are teachings (Ching).
—Major Writings, Vol. I, p. 5, "On Attaining Buddhahood"