The kanji used by Soke for Roku 六 is 禄.
It can be described as Stipend, or salary. For example: The Samurai recieved a fief of 300 koku. However, when it is combined with Kan such as Kanroku 貫禄, it can mean ” Regal Dignity”, or a person of high status,and influence.
Kon 根 is written as Tamashii, or the ” Soul “.
The kanji used by Soke for Shou 清 is written as Warau, or “ Laugh”.
The kanji used for Jou 浄 is written as 淨. This permeates the meaning of “ Pure, Clear,Cleansing or Purity “.
I will include some words from Soke that were captured by a resident friend ( Sleiman ) about Rokkon Shou Jou. I’m sure it will give us a greater appreciation of the Rokkon Shou Jou of the Bujinkan.
” Soke said that his rokkon shou jou has nothing to do with shugendo/ja practice and that it was more to do with living and being able to smile which, incidentally, is a natural consequence of forgetting about budo.”
the purification of the senses through laughter!”