This course explores the question, if we are not our thoughts, nor our feelings, nor our body, then what are we?
Kensho is translated as ‘seeing your true nature’, who you really are, and can also be thought of as waking up. The course uses two key zen meditation techniques, working with a question (koan) and sitting in pure awareness with no focus (shikantaza/fusho), to drop deeper into exploring our true nature. It also covers grounding techniques to avoid the ‘Glastonbury effect’ - where we might feel so utterly at one with the universe that we find it quite tricky to, for example, turn up to work on time.
Previous meditation experience useful but not necessary, if in doubt please get in touch.