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Zen and the Essential: Minimalism and Maximalism in Context
For Itoteki Life’s second installment, we will focus on the essence of Zen and the contrast between Minimalism and Maximalism. The concept of "minimalism" in the fields of art, music, fashion, etc. has now spread to lifestyle, meaning "living with fewer things.” Some people who practice this way of life call themselves "minimalists." In recent years, we witnessed an increase in the number of documentaries and publications of self-help books or how-to books on minimalism. In my view, the essence, however, is not just in the act of letting go of material things or in “down-sizing” one's relationships, and living a simple life. Rather, it is about reflecting on oneself, examining one's true nature, and realizing what truly matters. In the process, the act of cutting away the superfluous and the non-essential, is inevitable. Often, this act is similar to the religious view of "Zen (sect)" in Japan and various Japanese cultures that were greatly influenced by it, developed and represented it.

Join us in this year's first ITOTEKI Life Lecture-Workshop Series!

Oct 21, 2022 05:00 PM in Singapore

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