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Buddhism. Mrs. Seabolt. Buddhism. Siddhartha Gautama-founder of Buddhism Later called Buddha “Enlightened One” Not a god, but a preacher. The Buddha. Buddhism. Four Noble Truths All life is full of suffering, pain and sorrow.

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buddhism
Buddhism

Mrs. Seabolt

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Buddhism
  • Siddhartha Gautama-founder of Buddhism
  • Later called Buddha “Enlightened One”
  • Not a god, but a preacher.
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Buddhism
  • Four Noble Truths
    • All life is full of suffering, pain and sorrow.
    • The cause of suffering is nonvirtue, or negative deeds and mindsets such as hatred or desire.
    • The only cure for suffering is to overcome nonvirtue.
    • The way to overcome nonvirtue is to follow the Eightfold Path.
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Buddhism
  • Eightfold Path
    • Right views
    • Right aspirations
    • Right speech
    • Right conduct
    • Right livelihood
    • Right effort
    • Right mindfulness
    • Right contemplation
  • Nirvana-Union with the universe and release from the cycle of rebirth
religion
Religion
  • Buddhism Spread and is known as Zen in Japan
  • Emphasizes
    • self reliance
    • Meditation
    • Devotion to duty
buddhism symbols
Buddhism Symbols
  • Wheel of Life-Reincarnation
  • Lions-Strength and power
  • Buddha's eyes
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Hinduism

Buddhism

Non-violence

Karma

Dharma

Cycle of rebirth

Focus on priests and the many gods and goddesses

Non-violence

Karma

Dharma

Cycle of rebirth

Meditation

Rejected caste system giving hope to all for the hope of Nirvana regardless of birth.

buddhism spreads
Buddhism Spreads
  • Buddhist Monks or Missionaries left India and spread Buddhism.
  • King Asoka of India became Buddhist and aided the spread.
  • Buddhism splits
    • Theravada-Sri Lanka, SE Asia
    • Mahayana- China, Tibet, Korea, and Japan.
  • Buddhism Declines in India