Miksang is a Tibetan word that translates as ‘Good Eye’, and is based on the Shambhala and Dharma Art teachings of the late meditation master, artist, and scholar Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche.

Miksang is a Tibetan word that translates as ‘Good Eye’, and is based on the Shambhala and Dharma Art teachings of the late meditation master, artist, and scholar Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche.

Maître qu'avait eu Dilgo Khyentse Rimpoché au Tibet, avant de fuir les chinois en partant en Inde.

Maître qu'avait eu Dilgo Khyentse Rimpoché au Tibet, avant de fuir les chinois en partant en Inde.

Sort of a poetry.

Sort of a poetry.

Japanese poem by Lady Izumi Shikibu (978~unknown), Japan “Last year’s fragile, / vanished snow is falling again / I feel like I’m seeing you, / I want to rush outside, / have nothing between us.”

Japanese poem by Lady Izumi Shikibu (978~unknown), Japan “Last year’s fragile, / vanished snow is falling again / I feel like I’m seeing you, / I want to rush outside, / have nothing between us.”

Stupa

Stupa

// minimal photography

// minimal photography

Dharma - Cho

Dharma - Cho

Levitation at it's best!

Levitation at it's best!

Chogyam Trungpa ~ "Awareness practice is not just sitting meditation or meditation in action alone. It is a unique training practice in how to behave as an inspired human being. That is what is meant by being an artist."

Chogyam Trungpa ~ "Awareness practice is not just sitting meditation or meditation in action alone. It is a unique training practice in how to behave as an inspired human being. That is what is meant by being an artist."

Japanese terraced rice paddy

Japanese terraced rice paddy

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