Daigo

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See Also

Connection, Connection Outcome, Mushi-dokugo

Notes

'Daigo-tettei (大悟徹底 daigo-tettei) is a Japanese term used within Zen Buddhism, which usually denotes a "great realization or enlightenment."[1] Moreover, "traditionally, daigo is final, absolute enlightenment, contrasted to experiences of glimpsing enlightenment, shōgo"[1] or kenshō'[1].

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