Kekki and Shioke: Universal Soul Mates

According to ancient Ki Lore, Kekki and Shioke are the basis for all things in the solid world; yet these two different facets of Ki are bound to each other eternally. For without each other, the physical world would merely be potential, lost in the infinite potential of the Divine (Shinki). Kekki is the substance […]

Mizuke, the Flow

Mizuke, the Ki of Water, is the catalyst for communication and enables the combination of Kekki and Shioke to form complex structures. Mizuke is expansion, reproduction and growth, as in this trinity of Ki facets, it continually strives to further itself and produce a greater scale of life and physical being. The tenacity of Mizuke […]

Kuki: the Zephyr, the Hurricane

There are some interesting paradoxes between Denki and Kuki, which start with the idea that Kuki, despite being the Ki of Air, is actually more tangible than Denki, the Ki of Thunder. The second remarkable irony is that the Ki of Thunder is more like electricity and the Ki of Air is comparable to waves […]

Tsuki: the Ki of the Moon

The underlying dynamics of the physical world are experienced at varying degrees of consciousness. From the perspective of Ki philosophy; if each aspect of Ishiki exists in potential, the Tsuki equivalent would be the complete understanding of this aspect as it exists in the physical world. For example, if the potential for an entire ocean […]

An Introduction to Synaesthesia

Synaesthesia is often defined as a mixing or cross-mapping of sensory experience. The phenomena results in a person experiencing one sense, based on the information of another. For example, some people see sounds as flashes of colour, others may experience a taste on hearing certain words. There are many different forms of synaesthesia, which range […]