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Breath Meditation N° 9By Thoth Adan

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Ink, Sumi ink and Japanese watercolors on Xuan paper

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Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 40cm (W) / 19.7" (H) x 15.7" (W)

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Artist Statement

Contemplative painting created while practicing Gaṇana, a Buddhist breath counting technique that focuses on drawing mental attention to breathing by counting numerically inhalation and exhalation. Counting breaths is a fundamental part of Anapanasati (mindful breathing meditation). In Japanese Zen tradition the technique is called Susoku-Kan (数息観 / number breath viewing).


Artist Profile

Born: 1969
Hometown: Bern
Based in: Salzburg

Thoth Adan is a Swiss-born, Austrian-based artist who gained a BFA in Communication Design from the Art Center College of Design in 1994. He then worked simultaneously as a freelance artist, communication designer, art director and committee member of the association of visual artists Salzburg. In 2013 he withdrew from …


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