Ninzuwu is a state of consciousness that is best described as existing “in love,” or being in the state of divine love. The Art of Ninzuwu is the spiritual practice of cultivating this state of being and how it is exercised in the world. There is no English equivalent of the term. In the Vasuh […]

The Art of Ninzuwu is an ethno-spiritual tradition of Nyarzirian origin that emphasizes the cultivation of a state of consciousness known as Ninzuwu (pronounced nen-zoo-woo). Although it is closely associated with Shinto spirituality, due to certain rites involving the invocation of the kami, Ninzuwu is a Vasuh word with no English equivalent. In the Vasuh language, […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome you to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time here, please take this opportunity to review some of our previous articles. We look forward to hearing some of your experiences and insights as well, so do not hesitate in posting a comment. We wish […]

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Art of Ninzuwu blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, please take this opportunity to review some of our previous articles and do not hesitate in sharing some of your insights by posting a comment. We wish you the best in all your spiritual endeavors. […]

The Eighteenth Letter of Genghis Khan to the Magicians of the Yi Jing: It is the work of the Fool, like the baby that feeds from its mother’s breast. It is the work of the Fool. And the Fool will reach the Mountain of all that he has sacrificed to reach the Path of Knowing. When […]

Today, I had a strong epiphany concerning the rite of Johuta the Mirror. This epiphany gave me a deeper understanding of the Ivory Tablets of the Crow and its meaning in conjunction with the Yi Jing Apocrypha of Genghis Khan, two defining texts in the Art of Ninzuwu. Interestingly, the rite of Johuta the Mirror, […]