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6.jpg6. Ten Oxherding Picture972 viewsRIDING THE OX HOMEFeb 13, 2014
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5.jpg5. Ten Oxherding Picture835 viewsTAMING THE OXFeb 13, 2014
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4.jpg4. Ten Oxherding Picture934 viewsCATCHING THE OXFeb 13, 2014
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3.jpg3. Ten Oxherding Picture900 viewsFIRST GLIMPS OF THE OXFeb 13, 2014
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2.jpg2. The Ten Oxherding Picture915 viewsFINDING THE TRACKSFeb 13, 2014
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0.jpg0. The Ten Oxherding Pictures 1217 viewsThe Ten Oxherding Pictures which relate back to a Ch'an master in the Sung dynasty China (1126-1279 AD), have spiritual roots in the early Buddhist texts. They provide useful imagery of an illusion to be negated before a seeker of truth can experience enlightenment. The ox symbolise the mind and the herder symbolises the seeker.Feb 13, 2014
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1.jpg1. Ten Oxherding Pictures 1137 viewsSEEKING THE OXFeb 13, 2014
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14_Kamma_Aggacitta.mp314. How can I prevent the mind from wandering?651 viewsTo what extent do we believe in kamma? The fine line between fatalism and belief in kamma. An edited Dhamma discourse given by Ven. Ayasama Aggacitta - with Q & ANov 17, 2013
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12_Kamma_Aggacitta.mp312. What is consciousness?565 viewsTo what extent do we believe in kamma? The fine line between fatalism and belief in kamma. An edited Dhamma discourse given by Ven. Ayasama Aggacitta - with Q & ANov 17, 2013
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13_Kamma_Aggacitta.mp313. If something is done unintentionally, whose intention and kamma is it?510 viewsTo what extent do we believe in kamma? The fine line between fatalism and belief in kamma. An edited Dhamma discourse given by Ven. Ayasama Aggacitta - with Q & ANov 17, 2013
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