Miksang is a form of contemplative photography that asks us to see our world in a new way. In some ways it seems very simple, but it is not always easy.
Contemplative photography, for me has been a simple process of seeing the world with fresh eyes. It has been as simple as seizing the beauty in the present moment as one would hold a lily without shredding its petals. It's been about non attachment, having nothing to lose, nothing to gain, but everything to offer to the eyes of the viewer.
To me, there is nothing like a still photograph to convey emotion and significance of a particular moment. Pictures are often our closest representation of the reality we are trying to come to terms with. A certain essential energy shines through everything where the spiritual far outweighs the material. I am interested in the poetic character of things, in the small seemingly unimportant things. There is hidden beauty in the ordinary, great beauty in the overlooked. Many paradoxes fascinate me. Little things are big. Less is more. Imperfection is beautiful. I wonder in search of imperfection, trying to be open to all of the life's wonderful little quirks.