Kensho

Kensho, 見性, in Japanese and in the Zen tradition, means initial insight or awakening, but not yet full Buddhahood or satori. It literally means “seeing” (ken) “nature” or “essence” (sho).

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1 Response to Kensho

  1. Jerome Bloom says:

    NEED
    TO
    WAKE UP

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