Miksang is a form of contemplative photography based on visual perception of the everyday world as it truly is, rather than as we imagine it to be. Instead of seeing ‘objects’ we see colour, texture and pattern, light and shadow, form and space. The essential nature of simple, ordinary things is revealed, appreciated and expressed. Learn more about Miksang.
Our Miksang Galleries
Galleries from the Miksang Training Courses
We have attended a number of Miksang courses in the Netherlands and Spain run by Hèlen Vink. The courses provide training in Miksang, proceeding through the five standard levels established by Michael Wood, Hèlen’s teacher and one of the founders of Miksang as a dharma art. Each level has a number of assignments within it, and the galleries contain the photos from these training assignments. Some photos do not conform to the assignment but we have included them.
Jenny’s Miksang 1 Gallery – Colour, Pattern, Texture, Light
Jenny’s Miksang 2 Gallery – Fields of Perception – Isness
Jenny’s Miksang 3 Gallery – Moments and Visual Haiku
Jenny’s Miksang 4 Gallery – Simplicity, Space and Moments in Space
Jenny’s Miksang Intensive Gallery – Spain
Jenny’s Miksang Intensive Gallery – Morocco
Jenny’s Miksang Masterclass Gallery
Richard’s Miksang 1 Gallery – Colour, Pattern, Texture, Light
Richard’s Miksang 2 Gallery – Fields of Perception – Isness
Richard’s Miksang 3 Gallery – Moments and Visual Haiku
Richard’s Miksang 4 Gallery – Simplicity, Space and Moments in Space
Richard’s Miksang Intensive Gallery – Spain
Richard’s Miksang Intensive Gallery – Morocco
Richard’s Miksang Masterclass Gallery
We hope that this website will interest you and perhaps inspire you to learn more about Miksang. We will update it as we continue with the training and beyond.
Richard and Jenny Beal