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10.jpg10. Ten Oxherding Picture1047 viewsRETURNING TO HELP SENTIENT BEINGSFeb 13, 2014
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9.jpg9. Ten Oxherding Picture738 viewsRETURNING TO THE SOURCEFeb 13, 2014
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8.jpg8. Ten Oxherding Picture854 viewsBOTH OX AND SELF FORGOTTENFeb 13, 2014
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7.jpg7. Ten Oxherding Picture876 viewsOX FORGOTTEN, SELF ALONEFeb 13, 2014
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6.jpg6. Ten Oxherding Picture965 viewsRIDING THE OX HOMEFeb 13, 2014
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5.jpg5. Ten Oxherding Picture829 viewsTAMING THE OXFeb 13, 2014
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4.jpg4. Ten Oxherding Picture928 viewsCATCHING THE OXFeb 13, 2014
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3.jpg3. Ten Oxherding Picture892 viewsFIRST GLIMPS OF THE OXFeb 13, 2014
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2.jpg2. The Ten Oxherding Picture908 viewsFINDING THE TRACKSFeb 13, 2014
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0.jpg0. The Ten Oxherding Pictures 1206 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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