is a Tibetan word meaning ‘Good Eye’.
"Miksang, at its most basic level, is concerned with uncovering the truth of pure perception. We see something vivid and penetrating, and in that moment we can express our perception without making anything up—nothing added, nothing missing. Totally honest about what we see—straight shooting.
Le visage sud
Breaking the Stone barrier (Re-entry)
The Japanese martial artists use a phrase "mu shin" meaning empty mind. This relates to the state of concentration needed before battle where the warrior clears his mind of all distraction and focuses on EVERYTHING simultaneously. They endeavor to broaden their field of view, see any movement, anticipate then attack and be prepared for what is to come. In some ways I see this in these images - all is in detail, all is important, all tells a story and leads us to the next inevitability. We see what is in front of us and to the side of us and above and below. We see images in detail and in abstract as well as the wider view.
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