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    Ken, which means “seeing” Sho, which means “nature“, “character“, “quality” “To see one’s nature” is the usual translation for Kensho. It is a … Read More
    Ken, which means “seeing” Sho, which means “nature“, “character“, “quality” “To see one’s nature” is the usual translation for Kensho. It is a blissful realization where a person’s inner nature, the originally pure mind, is directly known as an illuminating emptiness, a thusness which is dynamic and immanent in the world. The visual universe is inspired on the japanese inking technique called “Suminagashi”, using water and ink to transform it into something vibrant and colorful. Read Less
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Kensho
Ken, which means “seeing”
Sho, which means “nature“, “character“, “quality”
“To see one’s nature” is the usual translation for Kensho. It is a blissful realization where a person’s inner nature, the originally pure mind, is  known as an illuminating emptiness, a thusness which is dynamic and immanent in the world.
The visual universe is inspired on the japanese inking technique called “Suminagashi”, using water and ink to transform it into something vibrant and colorful.
 
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