Dreaming in a japanese garden

There is always music amongst the trees in the garden,
but our hearts must be very quiet to hear it.
Minnie Aumonier

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3 responses to “Dreaming in a japanese garden

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  2. It isn’t a zen tower, it is a Torii- which comes from Shinto and is basically a sacred yoni birth/rebirth/blessing/healing gateway, hence the red. Shinto predates Zen Buddhism. There is some crossover, but you generally see Torii at Shinto shrines and not Buddhist temples.

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