Nyēin chān yēi | Unchangeable serenity

Nyēin chān yēi recalls the image of a “peaceful, calm and untroubled” situation which was first used in the golden settings of Myanmar. It’s composed by the word nyēin, meaning ‘to die out or be extinguished (as of fire)’, or ‘to come to an end (as of troubles, worries or disturbances)’. We can easily imagine a situation where all the negative influences disappear and the result would be the complete and unchangeable serenity.