One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Sudden enlightenment.‘the road that leads to satori’
hunch, feeling, feeling in one's bones, gut feeling, funny feeling, inkling, sneaking suspicion, suspicion, impressionView synonyms
- ‘Would it require a sort of expanded awareness, like the way you feel after satori?’
- ‘The doctrine of satori calls for the follower to annihilate self to reach the higher state so as to liberate oneself from the habitual way of life.’
- ‘Too often, academic writing seems like a kind of anti-Zen, geared not to promoting any flash of insight-giving satori.’
- ‘It's the usual grab bag of danger that one accepts in exchange for high-alpine solitude, and maybe even satori.’
- ‘The character is, no doubt, experiencing some form of satori.’
Japanese, literally ‘awakening’.
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