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Seek not to walk in the footsteps of the Masters...'

Feb 18, 2022

Seek not to walk in the footsteps of the Masters, seek what they sought.

In a world of instant gratification where almost everyone claims to be an ‘expert’, it is rare, like gold dust, to find yourself in the presence of an authentic Master.

My guest in this episode is Akemi Lucas, better known by her artist name Koshu.

Koshu is a Japanese calligraphy Master and sumi painter. Born in Japan, she embarked on her journey in calligraphy at eight under the tutelage of Master Seizan Fujimoto. You can trace her lineage back to the well-known calligrapher of the Meiji period, Meikaku Kusakabe.

When in the presence of Koshu and her work, you are as close to the most pristine example of Buddhist Millionairship as it is possible to be. As with all bona fide Masters, their work helps one understand the truth of transcendence; to see life, almost literally, through the eyes of God.

This is a very special episode with a very special guest.

As ever, we hope you enjoy it. 

Please take the time to share it with someone you think might benefit and help us spread the 'Buddhist Millionaire' word.

Until next time.

Lots of love.

Matt and the team x 😊🙏🏻🙏🏻

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