Kensho

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Kenshō is the Japanese Buddhist syncretic with Realization of Self. Kensho means "seeing" while shō means"nature/essence".[1] Thus, Kenshō is seeing one's essential self or Spiritual Ego. The term is generally used equivalent to Satori, but used to refer to a minor glimpse of self, or minor apprehension of truth, at the beginning of an aspirants journey.

Related and Syncretic Terms

Zen Buddhism > Ansho no zen, Ashi, Daigo, Dharma, Kensho, Mushi-dokugo, Original Face, Satori, Shogo, Shukkejin, Yako Zen, Zaikejin, Zanmai, Zazen

LP > Connection > Connection Experience > Awakening Experience > (Glimpse, Initiation)

List of Connection Outcomes

Connection Outcomes > Absolute Sensation, Activation, Alignment, Ascension, Awakening, Beatific Vision, Bodhisattva, Breakthrough, Breakthrough Experience, Buddha Mind, Christ Consciousness, Clarity, Consciousness of Presence, Cosmic Consciousness, Cosmic Religious Feeling, Daigo, Dark Night of the Soul, Dissonance, Déjà vu, ESP, Ecstasy, Egoic Explosion, Emotional Cleansing, Emotional Satisfaction, Enhanced Intellectual Power, Enlightenment, Epiphany, Existential Terrors, Expansion of Meaning, Experience of Admixture, Feeling of Immortality, Flooding, Gifts of the Spirit, Glimpse, Gnosis, Healing, Improved Relationships, Insight, Intramonadic Communication, Kensho, Liberation, Love, MEPF, Meanification, Moksha, Moral Quickening, Mushi-dokugo, Noesis, Perfect Contemplation, Perfection... further results

Notes

Kensho typically refers to an initial or early Awakening experience, and not perfected Connection. Satori refers to a deeper, more significant, more permanent realization of Self

The poem I Am/We Are is an expression of Kensho, the initial realization that one's true identity arises from the Spiritual Ego.


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