The word "Miksang" is Tibetan for "Good Eye". Miksang is less a "photographic technique" than a "contemplative practice" first taught by Buddhist teacher Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, along with other contemplative arts. It really has nothing to do with photographic technique and everything to do with "flash of perception" and awakening a sense of experience in simply seeing. In most cases, a Miksang image should challenge your everyday perceptions of ordinary things.
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