Path to Satori

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2014-01-01
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Reiss, Breanne
Trout, Barbra
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“Path to Satori” acts as an exploration of the traditional Japanese aesthetic movement known as Wabi-sabi. Although gaps in culture and language as well as the inherent nuances of the term make it impossible to provide a thoroughly unambiguous translation, the crux of the concept can be simply defined as a search for beauty in the incomplete, imperfect and ephemeral - stemming from the Buddhist “three marks of existence”: suffering, impermanence, and lack of self-nature.

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