Presentation Summary : THE LIFE OF BUDDHA The founder of Buddhism is known by a number of names. He is often referred to as Sakyamuni or "the sage (muni) of the Sakya tribe".
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Presentation Summary : The Life of the Buddha The Shakya clansmen dwelt along the Rohini River which flows among the southern foothills of the Himalayas. Making a Vow to Attain to the Truth ...
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Presentation Summary : Buddhism Story of the Buddha What kind of story is this? Is it about a hero, or an “everyman”? Does it remind you of any other stories? Discuss your favorite ...
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Presentation Summary : What Did Buddha Teach? He taught the 4 Noble truths which sum up Buddhism religion He also taught the noble eight fold path He taught to lead a moral life, ...
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Presentation Summary : ... Other people before and after the Buddha are believed to have achieved nirvana The Buddha advocated the “middle way” between comfort and austerity, ...
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Presentation Summary : Arial Default Design Buddhism Introduction Slide 3 Buddha’s Life Buddha’s Life The Four Noble Truths The Spread of Buddhism in USA Some Important Concepts ...
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Presentation Summary : Spodek 286 Buddha and Caste Siddhartha Gautama (563-483 BCE) Father: Kshatria warrior of a republican tribe, the Shakyas Hence: “Shakyamuni Buddha” ...
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Presentation Summary : Buddha By discovering the Four Noble Truths, Gautama attained enlightenment and won salvation. Now, Siddhartha Gautama had become the Buddha, the Awakened One.
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Presentation Summary : The Life of the Buddha Part – 2 Renunciation One of the first people the Bodhisattva met after leaving his home was King Bimbisara, ruler of the Kingdom of Magadha.
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Presentation Summary : Buddha was considered a manifestation of divine reality, “the cosmic Buddha nature.” This is known as “Dharmakaya” variously known as “law body”, ...
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Presentation Summary : What did the Buddha look like? What did the Buddha look like? No representations of the Buddha were made for about four or five centuries after the death of the Buddha.
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Presentation Summary : No Self Ultimately, the Buddha is asking us to question our normal assumptions and not take basic concepts for granted. What do we mean when we say “myself?”
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Presentation Summary : Chronology. 563 BCE: Siddhartha Guatama, Buddha, is born. 528 BCE: Buddha’s enlightenment. 543-479 BCE: 1st Buddhist Council gathers to recite all of Buddha’s ...
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Presentation Summary : Buddhism What shall we find out about first? Life of the Buddha Enlightenment Buddha as a teacher What do Buddhists believe? Symbolism Death of Buddha
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Presentation Summary : Buddhist Scriptures Dhamma Teachings of the Buddha Originally passed on orally Meetings of Buddhists at special places during rainy seasons = passing on of recent ...
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Presentation Summary : The Buddha developed a systematic approach to bring people to liberation called Dhammapada. Four Noble Truths. the Eightfold Path of Liberation. Three Gems.
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Presentation Summary : Buddhism Religions of the World Part one of a series The Historical Buddha Originated in the 6th century BCE with Siddhartha Gautama (also referred to as Skyamuni ...
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