What is a satori experience?

What is a satori experience?

Satori, Chinese Wu, in Zen Buddhism of Japan, the inner, intuitive experience of Enlightenment; Satori is said to be unexplainable, indescribable, and unintelligible by reason and logic. It is comparable to the experience undergone by Gautama Buddha when he sat under the Bo tree and, as such, is the central Zen goal.

How do I become a Satori?

Realizing satori After seeing your self-nature, you need to deepen your experience even further and bring it into maturation. You should have enlightenment experiences again and again and support them with continuous practice.

What is after Satori?

After satori, chop wood, carry water. ‘ This is an instruction to let go of your attachment to your previous satori experiences, and to your tendency to see them as ‘special’, since to do so is to see the current moment as ‘not special’.

What is the Zen philosophy?

The essence of Zen Buddhism is achieving enlightenment by seeing one’s original mind (or original nature) directly; without the intervention of the intellect. Zen is simply to be completely alive. Zen is short for Zen Buddhism. It is sometimes called a religion and sometimes called a philosophy.

How is Satori brought about in Zen Buddhism?

Another method is meditation. Satori can be brought about through Zazen meditation. This meditation would create an objective self associated awareness with a feeling of joy that overrides any other feelings of joy or sorrow.

How does the Satori method help with relaxation?

Designed to provide the deepest level of relaxation, in the shortest amount of time, this meditation reminds your mind and body about the difference between tension and relaxation and taps you into flow.

Who are the creators of the Satori method?

Tristan & Sabrina Truscott (Trisbrina) are the creators of the Satori Method™, a revolutionary method that ‘energetically’ maps out how to transform your life, body and business.

Is the concept of Satori really a metaphysical concept?

Liberating us from the logical circle, to be precise, this metaphysical concept of Satori is not really metaphysical at all. Suzuki emphasized that Satori is right there, but society believes in its elusiveness, thereby implanting in our mind, that Satori is difficult or impossible.