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This is one of a series of ten images, generally known in English as the Ox-herding (or Bull-herding) pictures, by the 15th century Japanese Rinzai Zen monk Shubun. They are said to be copies of originals, now lost, traditionally attributed to Kakuan, a 12th century Chinese Zen Master.

This is one of a series of ten images, generally known in English as the Ox-herding (or Bull-herding) pictures, by the 15th century Japanese Rinzai Zen monk Shubun. They are said to be copies of originals, now lost, traditionally attributed to Kakuan, a 12th century Chinese Zen Master.

“How do you go about finding anything? By keeping your mind and heart on it. Interest there must be and steady remembrance. To remember what needs to be remembered is the secret of success. You come to it through earnestness”   — Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. S)

“How do you go about finding anything? By keeping your mind and heart on it. Interest there must be and steady remembrance. To remember what needs to be remembered is the secret of success. You come to it through earnestness” — Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. S)

Sri Siddharameshwar Maharaj (1888–1936) was and Advaita Vedanta master. Teacher of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and Sri Ranjit Maharaj. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siddharameshwar_Maharaj

Sri Siddharameshwar Maharaj (1888–1936) was and Advaita Vedanta master. Teacher of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and Sri Ranjit Maharaj. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siddharameshwar_Maharaj

Shri Ranjit Maharaj

Shri Ranjit Maharaj

Ranjit Maharaj: Forget Everything, and You Are He! Come on! - Berkeley, 1998 - YouTube

Ranjit Maharaj: Forget Everything, and You Are He! Come on! - Berkeley, 1998 - YouTube

Reality is simply the loss of ego.  Destroy the ego by seeking its identity.  Because the ego is no entity it will automatically vanish and reality will shine forth by itself.  This is the direct method - Ramana Maharshi

Reality is simply the loss of ego. Destroy the ego by seeking its identity. Because the ego is no entity it will automatically vanish and reality will shine forth by itself. This is the direct method - Ramana Maharshi

"It is always for something that doesn't exist that you must do something" ~ Sri Ranjit Maharaj

"It is always for something that doesn't exist that you must do something" ~ Sri Ranjit Maharaj

Ranjit Maharaj (1913-2000) was an Advaita Vedanta teacher. At the age of 12, he met his Master, Siddharameshwar Maharaj. http://sadguru.com/indextest.php http://www.riflessioni.it/enciclopedia/maharaj-ranjit.htm

Ranjit Maharaj (1913-2000) was an Advaita Vedanta teacher. At the age of 12, he met his Master, Siddharameshwar Maharaj. http://sadguru.com/indextest.php http://www.riflessioni.it/enciclopedia/maharaj-ranjit.htm

Ranjit Maharaj

Ranjit Maharaj


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