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Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and 
homework in your agendas. Will the person responsible for retrieving 
the journals for your row please do so. . TIPS ON NOTE TAKING:.

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Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and 
homework in your agendas.

Will the person responsible for retrieving 
the journals for your row please do so.

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TIPS ON NOTE TAKING:

GREEN - Don't write it down if you don't want. It is there 
for to read and make a mental note.

BLUE - You should write this information down, but put it in 
your own words. Don't worry about coping it exactly. Put 
it in a way that you'll remember.

BLACK - You need to write this down. It is important. If 
you can find a way to write it using less words that okay, but 
make sure you are getting this information in your notes.

RED - This is very important and needs to be written in your 
notes EXACTLY as it is on the board.

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Vocab Word Search (pgs. 358 - 363)

sutra -

mantra -

meditation -

predict -

focus -

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Vocab Word Search (pgs. 358 - 363)

scripture.

sutra -

mantra -

meditation -

predict -

focus -

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Vocab Word Search (pgs. 358 - 363)

scripture.

sutra -

A sacred word, chant, or sound that is repeated over and over to increase one's spiritual power.

mantra -

meditation -

predict -

focus -

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Vocab Word Search (pgs. 358 - 363)

scripture.

sutra -

A sacred word, chant, or sound that is repeated over and over to increase one's spiritual power.

mantra -

meditation -

The emptying of the mind of thoughts in order to achieve spiritual development.

predict -

focus -

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Vocab Word Search (pgs. 358 - 363)

scripture.

sutra -

A sacred word, chant, or sound that is repeated over and over to increase one's spiritual power.

mantra -

meditation -

The emptying of the mind of thoughts in order to achieve spiritual development.

predict -

to state what one thinks will happen in the future.

focus -

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Vocab Word Search (pgs. 358 - 363)

scripture.

sutra -

A sacred word, chant, or sound that is repeated over and over to increase one's spiritual power.

mantra -

meditation -

The emptying of the mind of thoughts in order to achieve spiritual development.

predict -

to state what one thinks will happen in the future.

special attention that is given to one particular subject or situation.

focus -

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The Development of Japanese Buddhism

How did distinctive forms of Buddhism develop in Japan?

Who remembers what some of the characteristics of Buddhism are?

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A Mixed Reception

Who remembers what religion existed in Japan before Buddhism?

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A Mixed Reception

* Buddhism was received two ways in Japan.

1) Some feared it would offend Shinto gods.

2) Others embraced it.

* Unlike Shinto,Buddhism dealt with questions about life and death. It taught that humans undergo an endless cycle of rebirth.

Shintoist

Buddhist

* Buddhists believed that if they devoted their lives to achieving enlightenment they enter nirvana.

Nirvana - A blissful state of existence.

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The Spread of Buddhism

Why do you think a religion is spread through a civilization?

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The Spread of Buddhism

* Buddhism was introduced to Japan by Korean priests.

* It was supported by Prince Shotoku and the noble class.

* Cities like Horyuji and Nara became centers of Buddhist teaching and culture.

* Some people did not give up their Shinto beliefs even though they started to follow Buddhist teachings.

Nara

Horyuji

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Shinto Rituals

The Shinto ritual of Kannushimeiji (ceremonial ritual 
of priests leaving the Shinto temple)

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The Tendai & Shingon Sect

Buddhism is broken up into different belief systems. Can you think of other religions that are also broken up into different belief systems?

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The Tendai & Shingon Sect

* The Tendai sect of Buddhism was founded by a monk named Saicho.

* They believe in the Mahayana - Everyone is part of the universal Buddha. (No one is too bad/lowly to achieve enlightenment).

* The sutra of the Tendai was the Lotus Sutra.

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The Tendai & Shingon Sect

* The Shingon Sect was founded by Kukai and he taught the "Three Mysteries" of speech, body and mind.

* The most important was of these mysteries was speech.

* The followers would recite mantras or "true words" of Buddhism.

* Shingon Buddhism appealed to the nobles and wealthy.

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Pure Land Buddhism

What do remember about Pure Land Buddhism?

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Pure Land Buddhism

* Pure Land Buddhism was in contrast to the Shingon sect and it appealed to all classes.

* Followers believed in bodhisattva (who was a merciful being who has achieved enlightenment but chooses to remain on Earth to help others).

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Pure Land Buddhism

* Japanese Buddhists believed in a bodhisattva named Amida who ruled over a paradise called the Pure Land.

* A person could enter the Pure Land after death by placing total trust in Amida and repeating his name.

Amida

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The Nichiren Form

Do you believe that a religion can help someone predict the future?

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The Nichiren Form

* Nichiren form originated in Japan in the 1200's.

* Nichiren taught that enlightenment could come only from absolute faith in the Lotus Sutra.

* He claimed that could predicted that disasters such as earthquakes and invasions would occur.

* He stated that these events would happen to punish Japan for following the wrong beliefs.

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Zen Buddhism

Do you meditate? If so how do you feel it helps you?

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Zen Buddhism

* Meditation was central to Zen Buddhism.

* Only through meditation could a person achieve enlightenment.

* It also had a strong emphasis on physical and mental discipline.

* Zen Buddhism appealed to the samurai because it drove away all fear of danger and death from their minds.

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Important things to remember:

* Zen Buddhism appealed to the samurai because of it's emphasis on physical and mental discipline.

* Buddhism was brought to Japan by Korean priests.