What is the meaning of 'HenKaiPan'?
The term 'HenKaiPan' means the 'universal-one'. This term indicates that all living beings form an interconnected organism and ultimately nothing can really be separated from anything.
The individual is able to profile himself in this universal overall structure, thanks to the phenomenon of self-consciousness. This is a highly valuable privilege, which must be defended both intellectually and emotionally.
The motto 'Omnia mea mecum porto' (“All that is mine I carry with me”)
originates from Bias of Priene (590 to 530 BC), one of the Seven Sages of Greece. It means that ultimately in the cyclic existence, nothing material, which one has acquired mentally and
physically over the course of one's own work, can be taken along.
For this, one must search, recognize and realize his mission in life. This process can be called individuation.