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September 6, 2008

Ikebana: Japanese Flower Arranging, a Contemplative Art or Meditation-in-Action.

Growing up in Boulder, I attended a Buddhist-inspired private school. Extracuricular activities included meditation, kyudo and ikebana (the Japanese art of flowering arranging/meditation-in-action). It’s a wonderful, enriching practice that succeeds in informing one’s understanding of decoration and the play between space and form. For more, click here.

 

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