Kacho-ga 花鳥画 - 'Yuho' 友畒 - Giappone
Roller ends: risin
About the author.
20th abbot of Koumei-in, the pagoda of Ryuhozan Daitoku-ji Temple, the head temple of the Daitoku-ji School of the Rinzai Sect of Zen Buddhism.
Born in Mukden in 1938
1961 Graduated from Hanazono University, Sangoku Monastery, Pagoda, Otsu Rekido, Kyoto
1956 Attended Zen training at Kyoto Hanazono Myoshinji Specialised Dojo Zen Shugyo.
1975 Appointed abbot of Koumei-in, the pagoda of Daitoku-ji, Kyoto
Enso is said to be a symbolic representation of enlightenment, truth, buddhahood and the entire universe in Zen, but its interpretation is left to the viewer.
It is also meant to show that all human minds are essentially perfect and equal.
Mujinzō means that if you throw everything away and devote yourself to nothingness, everything will spring forth inexhaustibly.
Su Dongpo expressed this as 'Muichimotsuchu Mujinzang, there are flowers, there is the moon, and there is the tower.
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