Monochromatic: The Nature of Japan

Mono does not realize that: Japan's beautiful aesthetic

meaning literally "sensitivity to things", mono does not know is to describe Japan The concept of cultural essence, by the Japanese literature and language scholar scholar Matsumoto in the eighteenth century invention, is still the center of the art of Japan. The word comes from * consciousness *, in peace Japan means sensitive or sad, the word word, meaning the thing, and the beauty described as a transition to all things consciousness, as well as the past gentle sadness.

Mono is not aware of the aesthetic name that already exists in Japanese art, music and poetry, and its source is that it is also translated as "things, life and love" can be traced back directly to the twelfth century The introduction of this spiritual philosophy and practice profoundly influenced all aspects of Japanese culture, especially art and religion.

According to the monophonic do not know, fallen or sluggish people, unwittingly derived from the three states of Buddhism philosophy: dissatisfied, inhuman, and most importantly in this case, Impermanence Autumn flowers are more beautiful than blooming flowers; a faded voice is more beautiful than a clearly heard; the moon is partly more appealing. Cherry or cherry tree is the epitome of the beautiful concept; the most famous variety of flowers, some Yoshino, almost pure white subtle pink, bloom, and then fall within a week. Qianshan poem and the national symbol of the theme, cherry tree reflects the beautiful transient experience.

Mono did not realize that beauty was subjective rather than objective, and ultimately was internal rather than internal. To a large extent based on the classical Greek ideal, the beauty of the West is the pursuit of perfect external objects: noble paintings, perfect sculptures or complex musical works; can be said that only the depths of the skin beautiful. The ideal of Japan is that beauty is a spiritual and spiritual experience, the feeling and appreciation of objects or works of art – the most common nature or depiction – in the original primitive state.

Appreciation of beauty as a non-lasting, can not be grasped country with nihilism can be better understood Zen's earth beyond philosophy: the infinite eternal spiritual desire – from all the secular beauty. "Zenrin Kushū * (Zenrin Temple's poem) wrote:" Zen does not regard emptiness as an absent state, but an empty affirmation after emptiness: "everything is Exist in the emptiness: flowers, the moon in the sky, beautiful scenery. "

Because of its roots in Zen Buddhism, * mono unconscious * has a certain relationship with the non-duality of Indian philosophy, with the following story about Swami Vivekananda about Sri Lanka:

"[Vivekananda] said," not external, but in the heart. " Here we were reminded of his spiritual daughter Nivedita wrote to her master. "When we approached Sicily, it was dark, and in the sunset sky, the Etna flames blew out, and as we entered the Strait of Messina, the moon rose and I walked up and down the deck next to Swami And he lives in his meaning is that beauty is not external, but already in my mind, while wrinkling the dark debris of the Italian coast, the other side is the silver light, Messina must thank me, "He said to her all the beautiful me. (1930-1801), is the founder of the Kokugakushu movement, and is a founding member of the Kokugakushu movement. Kokugakushu has a great influence on art, poetry, music and philosophy and is responsible for the revival of the Shinto Tokugawa period. Contradictory is that the Buddhist concept and practice of art Even the influence of Shinto itself is so great that although Buddhism is technically an external influence, but so far this influence can not be denied.

Meaning From the literal sense, things, "Mono does not know is a concept of the essence of Japanese culture, by the Japanese literature and linguist scholar Fujimoto 18th century invention, is still the center of the Japanese art order. The word comes from the meaning of Italian peace, meaning it is sensitive or sad, the word, meaning the thing, and the beauty described as the transition of all things understanding, as well as the past gentle sadness.

Mono is not aware of the aesthetic name that already exists in Japanese art, music and poetry, and its source is that it is also translated as "things, life and love" can be traced back directly to the twelfth century The introduction of this spiritual philosophy and practice profoundly influenced all aspects of Japanese culture, especially art and religion.

According to the monophonic do not know, fallen or sluggish people, unwittingly derived from the three states of Buddhism philosophy: dissatisfied, inhuman, and most importantly in this case, Impermanence Autumn flowers are more beautiful than blooming flowers; a faded voice is more beautiful than a clearly heard; the moon is partly more appealing. Cherry or cherry tree is the epitome of the beautiful concept; the most famous variety of flowers, some Yoshino, almost pure white subtle pink, bloom, and then fall within a week. Qianshan poem and the national symbol of the theme, cherry tree reflects the beautiful transient experience.

Mono did not realize that beauty was subjective rather than objective, and ultimately was internal rather than internal. To a large extent based on the classical Greek ideal, the beauty of the West is the pursuit of perfect external objects: noble paintings, perfect sculptures or complex musical works; can be said that only the depths of the skin beautiful. The ideal of Japan is that beauty is a spiritual and spiritual experience, the feeling and appreciation of objects or works of art – the most common nature or depiction – in the original primitive state.

Appreciation of beauty as a non-lasting, can not be grasped country with nihilism can be better understood Zen's earth beyond philosophy: the infinite eternal spiritual desire – from all the secular beauty. As Zenrin Kushū (Zenrin Kushū) wrote Zen, Zen did not regard emptiness as absent state, but instead recognized the blank as an invisible: "Everything is in emptiness : Flowers, the moon in the sky, the beautiful scenery. "

Because of its roots in Zen Buddhism, the mono does not know that there is some relationship with the non-dualism of Indian philosophy, with the following on Sri Lanka's Swami Vivekananda The story about:

"Beautiful", [Vivekananda] said, "Not outside, but in the heart. Here we are reminded of his spiritual daughter Nivedita wrote to her master." When we are close Sicily, it was dark, and in the sunset sky, the Etna flames blew out, and as we enter the Messina Strait, the moon rises, and I walk up and down along the deck next to Swami. In his meaning is that beauty is not external, but already in my mind, while wrinkling the dark side of the Italian coast debris, the other side is the silver light, Messina Must thank me, "he said to her all the beautiful me." Really, no appreciation, beauty is not beauty at all.

The founder of the original, the founder of Honda Rongren (1730-1801), is the chief scholar of the Kokugakushu movement, a nationalist movement that attempts to eliminate all the external influences in Japanese culture. Kokugakushu has a great influence on art, poetry, music and philosophy, and is responsible for the revival of the Shinto Tokugawa period. Contradictory is that the influence of Buddhism and practice on art and even Shinto itself is so great that, although Buddhism is technically an external influence, so far this influence can not be denied.