Presentation Summary : Title: Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha Author: Sally Created Date: 12/15/2004 11:56:46 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company: North Central College
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Presentation Summary : Buddha is not a name, but a title -- meaning the Enlightened One. The Teachings of the Buddha The Buddha set forth a series of truths in his first sermon.
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Presentation Summary : Based on the teachings of the Buddha Who was the Buddha?
Source : http://www.marshallmiddle.org/ourpages/auto/2012/4/11/46481813/Buddhism.ppt
Presentation Summary : Buddha teachings. Right living could bring release from the cycle of mortality and pain and entry into nirvana, rebirths. Nirvana: blissful nothingness
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Presentation Summary : Buddha By discovering the Four Noble Truths, Gautama attained enlightenment and won salvation. Gautama became the Buddha, the Enlightened/ Awakened One.
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Presentation Summary : Follow the Noble Eightfold Path The Noble Eightfold Path The Buddha encouraged his followers to follow the middle path or to avoid extremes such as eating too much or ...
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Presentation Summary : Where do Buddhas come from.... and go? The Destiny of a Tathagata Buddhist Tradition Fall 2003 What is the Buddha? Diachronic & Synchronic Views of the Buddha ...
Source : http://www.trinity.edu/rnadeau/Presentations/Buddhist%20Tradition/Where%20do%20Buddhas%20come%20from.ppt
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 ...
Source : http://www.uky.edu/~addesa01/documents/Buddhism.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Life of the Buddha Part – 1 The Life of the Buddha Birth Early years Renunciation After Enlightenment The Life of the Buddha Birth Early years ...
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Presentation Summary : Tibetan Art. Feet of Buddha. The Four Noble Truths. Dharma Wheel in Architecture. Buddhist art also includes swastikas.
Source : http://www2.fulton.k12.ga.us/teacher/jolle/Timeline%20Buddhism%20Final.pptx
Presentation Summary : ... of the Brahmanic tradition Meaning of “Buddha” The correct term is “the Buddha” meaning the awakened one. The Buddha is upheld as a teacher and a role ...
Source : http://www.utexas.edu/depts/grg/adams/305/buddhism.ppt
Presentation Summary : He now rejected his rich lifestyle to seek enlightenment & the source of suffering Becoming the Buddha Lived a strict ascetic life for 6 yrs Ascetic: ...
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Presentation Summary : Title: Buddha seated on lion throne Last modified by: campuser Created Date: 11/24/2005 11:38:27 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company
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Presentation Summary : BUDDHISM BUDDHA: • A person who perceives within his own life the essence, or reality of life • This ultimate reality supports and nourishes humanity ...
Source : http://wpb.stanford.edu/oldsites/introbuddhism.ppt
Presentation Summary : Buddhists recognize Gautama as the supreme Buddha of our age Buddhist literature identifies 6 Buddhas prior to Gautama.
Source : http://philosophicaladvisor.com/Argosy/Ethics%20PPPs/buddhism%20and%20buddhist%20ethics%2097-03.ppt
Presentation Summary : Background. Buddhism is describedas a religion and a collection of philosophies, based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, known as Buddha.
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Presentation Summary : Four Noble Truths: Essence of the Buddha’s teachings. 1. Suffering exists. 2. Suffering has a cause . 3. Suffering has an end. 4. A certain path will lead to the ...
Source : http://www2.hoover.k12.al.us/schools/hhs/faculty/jrutsky/Documents/Buddhism-%20Hacksaw.pptx
Presentation Summary : Buddhism "One thing I teach: suffering and the end of suffering. It is just ill and the ceasing of ill that I proclaim." -- The Buddha Origins Buddhism was founded by ...
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Presentation Summary : The way to end desire is to follow Eightfold Path The Noble Eightfold Path Buddha sets right to conduct Stresses understanding of cause of suffering, ...
Source : http://www.ramsey.k12.nj.us/cms/lib3/NJ01000326/Centricity/ModuleInstance/5522/buddhism.ppt
Presentation Summary : Birthplace of Buddha. Karma - your past bad or good actions determine your progress toward Nirvana through reincarnation. You are your own God. Spread of Buddhism.
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