Sunday, March 18, 2012

The Monastic Path

Here is a Polyaesthetic piece titled "The Monastic Path" within it is an Orthogonal Space Poem. The original image was shot at Tongdosa Monastery in South Korea in a room where monks perform the "Kyol Chae" in which they meditate 100 days from 8 to 12 hours per day. The equation describes a full range of concepts but if we were to focus on a near infinite Lucidity then the ego would be near zero. The equation was inspired by the monk in the picture who I found to exhibit extreme confidence with no ego. I have never experienced this from anyone before this time.
The Monastic Path - 2012


5 comments:

pszren said...

nice work and nice description!

Anonymous said...

fine piece. for me up there -- in there -- with The Tao Of Campbell & Salvation.

of course Spectrum of Jewels stands alone at the top of your great pyramid.

karl

Anonymous said...

I like this sequence and mathematical poem!

--Connie

Kaz Maslanka said...

Thanks Everyone!

Márton Koppány said...

Very well done!

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