See also: 眞空
|real; true; genuine|
emptied; leisure; air; sky; empty; in vain
|simp. and trad.
- (physics) vacuum
- 信仰真空 ― xìnyǎng zhēnkōng ― belief vacuum
- (Buddhism) any phenomenon without material existence (clarification of this definition is needed)
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- vacuum; a region of space that contains no matter; a void.
- the sky; the heavens
- (Buddhism) one of the 五大 (godai; "great five); also known as 天 (そら, sora) and is of particular importance as the highest of the five elements. It also represents those things that are beyond one's everyday experiences, particularly those things composed of pure energy.
- represents one's spirit, thought, and creative energy. It represents one's ability to think and to communicate, as well one's creativity. It can also be associated with power, creativity, spontaneity, and inventiveness.
- (martial arts) a philosophy; when exercised, the power of the Void allows one to connect to the quintessential creative energy of the world. A martial arts practitioner, who is properly attuned into the 'Void', can sense their surroundings, the presences of others, and to act without thinking and without using their physical senses, via this mindstate of inner peace.
- 虚空 (kokū)
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- Alternative form of
|Hán tự in this term|