SI-LA-GI calligraphy seals

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SI-LA-GI calligraphy seals

Note: A collection of SI-LA-GI’s calligraphies is available in the portfolio section of the website.

A seal, in an East Asian context, is a general name for printing stamps and impressions thereof are used in lieu of signatures in personal documents, office paperwork, contracts, art, or any item requiring acknowledgment or authorship.

Below is an explanation of SI-LA-GI’s seals:

DHARMA: Buddhist teaching

Confidence (Dignity): Unconditional confidence contains gentleness, because the notion of fear does not arise

HUM: This is the Mandala which is never arranged but is always complete

HRIH: Because things have a self-existing simplicity, they do not need any reference point

Chökyi Gyatso (SI-LA-GI’s Tibetan teaching ‘Dharma’ name): The translated meaning is  “Ocean of the Dharma, Dharma Ocean”