Mushi-dokugo

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Typology

Awakening Experience Types: Glimpse, Initiation

Awakening Experience Outcomes: Awakening, Daigo, Enlightenment, Epiphany, Illumination, Kensho, Mushi-dokugo, Revelation, Satori, Spiritual Emergency

Notes

Mushi-dokugo (無師独悟), sometimes called jigo-jishō (自悟自証, self-enlightened and self-certified), is a Japanese term used in Zen Buddhism which expresses the phenomenon known as "awakening alone, without a master"[1].

See also Jiriki versus Tariki,

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