Victor’s Way

 

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Ganesh

 

 

Shiva

 

 

Awakening

 

 

Separation

 

 

Ganesh

 

 

Split Man

 

 

Siddartha, the future Buddha, practicing austerities

The FASTNG BUFDDHA @ Victoria's WayFasting Buddha

 

 

 

 

Closed for winter

Will re-open mid April 2017

 

 

Victor’s Way is a contemplative garden for adults who want to take some quality time-and-space out to reflect upon life in general, their own lives in particular and the future they wish to create for themselves in order to live a happy life.

 

 

Admission:  €5.- per adult

 

 

Bring outdoor clothes!!!!!

 

The garden is not suitable for children

 

 

Taking the ‘easy’ contemplation position

 

 

 

 

Why not contemplate (more)  the following ‘minim’

for pleasure & profit

 

 

 

What if my parents lied?           Victor  (2016)             

 

<  previous minims

 

 

 

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 Singing bowls

 

Dream Boxes

 

 

 

 

‘Making my dream come true’

Eve

 

 

 

Ganesh group

 

 

 

Victoria’s Gate

 

 

 

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The Cobra Throne

 

 

 

ferryman

Ferryman

 

 

Stupas

 

 

 

 

Shiva lingam

 

 

Nirvana man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A flavour of some ancient Indian and some modern Irish wisdom

 

 

 

 

“Of a million who are born

  One seeks the Way.

  Of a million who seek the Way

  One finds.”

 

“Same as the master

  Half the master,

  More than the master

  Equal to the master.”

 

 

 

“Arise, awake, find the great ones

  and learn from them:

 For, sharp as a Razor’s Edge, hard to traverse, difficult of going is the Way, say the sages.”

 

“The master appears

When the pupil is ready.”

 

“The right Way

  Is the untrodden.

  It becomes the wrong Way,

  When you’ve stepped on it.”

 

“To fill a niche,

You must leave the       Way.”