Miksang is a Tibetan word that translates as ‘Good Eye’. ‘Good’ here doesn’t mean good or bad as in normal usage, but instead refers to a mind that is uncluttered by ingrained concepts and open to pure color, shape, and light. And with clarity we can ‘see’ beyond what we’ve always considered to be just a wall, just a car, just a cup.

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