This series is a meditative study created by the moving meditation that is painting. The titles and visual interpretations are based on the learnings found in the fundamental texts of The Bhagavad Gita. This scripture forms the foundation of all branches of Hinduism. The Bhagavad Gita is a famous passage in the Mahabharata that teaches us that it is through meditation that we may find our true self. This is an ancient teaching that may still be the salvation for humanity today. 

(Titles: from the Bhagavad Gita. Translations by Sir Edwin Arnold).

"The end of birth is death; The end of death is birth" | Watercolour | 30cm x 40cm
"That which is can never cease to be; that which is not will not exist" | Watercolour | 24cm x 30cm
“The will governed sets the soul at peace” | Watercolour | 24cm x 30cm
"No fruit is at all where no work was" | Watercolour | 30cm x 40cm
“Lives lord not servant, of his lusts; set free” | Watercolour | 30cm x 40cm
“To see one changeless life in all the lives, and in the separate, one inseparable” | watercolour | 30cm x 40cm
"When thy firm soul hath shaken off those tangled oracles" | watercolour | 30cm x 40cm
"In sorrows not dejected and in joys not overjoyed" | watercolour | 24cm x 30cm