A moment of insight or reflection that emerges in a Haiku poem (usually around the cutting or pivot word)
Enlightenment and insight into the existential truth. Awakening and awakened life based on it.
(sah- TOH-ree) Japanese: enlightenment (the goal of all Buddhist discipline)
sudden realization. Ch'an and Zen traditions focus strongly on this. experience. "...the universality of the unique event [satori] and the eternity of the moment come to be seen as the straining of the mind is released and the present event, whatever it may be, regarded without the slightest attempt to get anything from it. However, this attempt is so habitual that it can hardly be stopped, so that whenever anyone tries to accept the moment just as it is, he becomes aware only of the frustration of himself trying to do so. This seems to present an unbreakable vicious cycle . . ." Alan Watts more
Awakening. A term used in Zen Buddhism.
Enlightenment or awakening. The experience of sudden enlightenment at the heart of the Zen tradition within Buddhism.
(Zen Buddhism) a state of sudden spiritual enlightenment
an experience which has become established and there is no way to lose it
( æ‚Ÿã‚Š ) Comprehension, Understanding, Buddhist enlightenment
An experience of enlightenment
(Japanese) A state of consciousness in Zen Buddhism beyond the plane of discrimination and differentiation.
The Zen experience of sudden awakening.
(Japanese): the experience of awakening, enlightenment.
Zen Buddhism's term for enlightenment.
Japanese for "flower moment;" in Zazen or Zen Buddhism, it refers to the immediate experience of enlightenment.
Satori (æ‚Ÿ Japanese satori; Chinese: wÃ¹ - from the verb Satoru) is a Japanese Buddhist term for enlightenment. The word literally means "to understand". It is sometimes loosely used interchangeably with Kensho, but Kensho refers to the first perception of the Buddha-Nature or True-Nature, sometimes referred to as "awakening".
Satori started in 2005 as a side project for Steve Borth, former saxophonist for Rx Bandits. The band released Savor Every Moment in 2005 on Asian Man Records. Other musicians on the album included other Rx Bandits members Matt Embree (guitar, backup vocals), Chris Tsagakis (drums), Chris Sheets (trombone), and Steve Choi (keyboards) with Borth taking saxophone and lead vocal duties.