Kensho – seeing one's nature - or true self
Mushin – Mind not fixed or occupied by thought or emotion is open to everything
Gnosis – Know This (Greek) direct experiential knowledge of the divine – knowledge as in revelation or intuitive
Shoshin – beginner's mind. It refers to having an attitude of openness, eagerness, and lack of preconceptions when studying a subject, even when studying at an advanced level, just as a beginner in that subject would.
Samadhi – Acquire integration or wholeness, truth – state induced by complete meditation
Mushi Dokugo - awakening alone, without a master
Koan – question containing aspects that are inaccessible to rational understanding, yet may be accessible to intuition. (Sound of one hand clapping)
Satori – Understanding (Kensho)
Bodhi – awakening – all minds, all cultures, all music waking up to Oneness.
Sunyata – Void - impermanent nature of form means that nothing possesses essential, enduring identity this insight leads to wisdom and inner peace.
Zazen – seated meditation - the eyes being neither fully open nor shut so that the practitioner is not distracted by outside objects but at the same time is kept awake.
Mu – in answer that the question is wrong. (No thing, start over – you can't get there from here you have to go home and start over again)
Kenshō enlightenment experiences - seeing one's nature - or true self