Zen Gardens: The Elegance of simplicity
Seven stacked sotne totems/ clear your spirit, peace to your home
People think zen gardens represent a beautiful space well-stocked of amazing things. Nevertheless, it is not always like this
Zen garden, the Japanese garden are made of dry elements, like stones and gravel, scarce decoration, and located vegetation to create a minimalist environment of relaxing. These gardens have existed for 500 years. The Garden design wants to show the beauty of empty and the elegance of simplicity, trying to look for getting a relaxing mind.
The symbolic meaning of sand we usually see in these gardens is the ocean, while the rocks that are on the surface represent a mother lioness and her cubs. So the sand around the stones must be drawn in a wavy way, this being a relaxing activity that helps to clear your mind.