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The torii … female sex symbol

        You may already know that shintō sanctuaries are places dedicated to one or more deities, the kami. In Japanese, one calls them jinja or jingū, or gū. They are easily distinguishable from Buddhist temples, as there are often many objects … Continue reading

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SPIRITUAL JAPAN NIWAKI TOUR 2016 – Day 7

         Autumn is moving in Kyoto … A cooler day today encourages us to get coats and we go to the west of the city, with firstly the visit of one of the oldest temples of Kyoto, Daikaku-ji, a former … Continue reading

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Tsuboniwa – Go to the light – 光に向かって行く – Hikari ni mukatte iku

“Follow our heart and be ready to live by inspiration. This is the only way to get out of our belief systems and to be receptive to new ideas, perspectives, alternatives … So, we give ourselves the chance to become … Continue reading

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New project of chaniwa at SHIZEN NO SEI Garden

        Second project at SHIZEN NO SEI Garden, but this time it is a chaniwa and its roji – Beginning of the working site in this spring … … and for the moment, herre are some of these beautiful granite rocks, … Continue reading

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