Traditionally Japanese, the act of exploring unritualistic Zen through isolationistic nature. In this instance, with a miniature frame, sand, rocks, and a tiny wooden rake. Light-hearted enlightenment is achieved as your rake becomes an extension of your mind, your garden of rock and sand your personal pool of thought, reflection, and self-expression. Derived from rock gardens (called kare-sansui), which are typically found in Zen Monasteries.

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