Miksang Monday

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

Bathroom glass mosaic

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

Pawprint

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

Red postbox, brick wall

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

Allium, with cap on

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

Flowers in a fountain

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

Tiny purple flowers with tree trunk

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

Ostrich, Port Lymne

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

 

Zebra water reflections, River Trent, Newark

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

 

Roses macro

 

Miksang Monday

miksang:- Tibetan for ‘good eye’, based on the teachings of Chogyam Trungpa, and an approach to photography that relies on fresh perception which is unhampered by pre-conceived ideas

Every Monday I’ll post an image in the spirit of miksang.   I say ‘in the spirit of’ as I haven’t trained with any of the Miksang organisations and I’m interpreting the term quite loosely.  But here it is – a hopefully fresh perception of something quite ordinary, every week.

 

Gerberas on gravestone