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Buddhism. Browsing the Buddhism Faith. Originated. 564 to 483 BC In Magadha Ancient Kingdom of India. Leader/Prophet. Buddha A.k.a. Prince Siddhartha Guatama “Enlightened One” (meaning of Buddha). Branches. Theraveda Oldest surviving Buddhist school Conservative Mahayana

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buddhism

Buddhism

Browsing the Buddhism Faith

originated
Originated
  • 564 to 483 BC
  • In Magadha
  • Ancient Kingdom of India
leader prophet
Leader/Prophet
  • Buddha
  • A.k.a. Prince Siddhartha Guatama
  • “Enlightened One” (meaning of Buddha)
branches
Branches
  • Theraveda
    • Oldest surviving Buddhist school
    • Conservative
  • Mahayana
    • Largest Buddhism school currently
    • Path of seeking enlightenment
sacred text
Sacred Text
  • Pali Canon
    • Theravada book
  • Triptaka “ 3 baskets”
    • Taka mean basket
    • Trip = 3
    • Make up Pali Canon
sacred text cont d
Sacred Text cont’d
  • Mahayan Sutras
    • Mahayana Buddhism
    • Broad scriptures
  • Tibetan Book of the Dead
    • Intention is to guide a person through death
    • Afterlife
    • Rebirth
places of worship
Places of Worship
  • Temple
  • Monastery
  • Vihara
    • Knowledgable place
  • Stupa
    • Dirt mound with Buddhist relics
holidays festivals
Holidays/Festivals
  • Budda’s Birthday
    • aka Buddha Day
  • Enlightenment Day
    • aka Teacher Day
  • Floating Bowls
    • Placed in canals
    • Bad luck floats away
of people that worship countries areas of worship
% of People that WorshipCountries/Areas of Worship
  • 376 million or 6 %

Countries/Areas

  • Southeast Asia
  • Korea, Thailand
  • China, India
  • Mongolia, Nepal
places of pilgrimage
Places of Pilgrimage
  • Places/locations where Buddha lived
  • India
  • Nepal
symbols
Symbols
  • Statue of Buddha
    • Hong Kong
    • Harmonious relationship between:
      • Man and nature
      • People and religion
symbols1
Symbols
  • Dharma/Wheel
  • 8 fold Path
    • End suffering and achieve self awakening
  • Wisdom
    • Right view, Right intention
  • Ethical Conduct
    • Right speech, action and livelihood
  • Concentration
    • Right effort, mindfulness, and concentration
rites of passage
Rites of Passage
  • Head Shaving
    • Prepare a person for priesthood
    • Buddhist nuns also
  • Discipline Training
    • Priests must go through it
basic beliefs
Basic Beliefs
  • Enlightenment
    • Experience that transforms a person
    • Full enlightenment = Nirvana
  • Detachment
    • Person overcomes desire/attachment for:
      • Things , people, or concepts
  • Reincarnation
    • Karma
    • Rebirth
basic beliefs cont d
Basic Beliefs Cont’d
  • Ego is illusory
    • What does illusory mean? __________
  • Freedom of self in Nirvana
  • Transcending material needs/wants
  • Want spiritual growth
  • All is seen as essential for ending human suffering
4 noble truths
4 Noble Truths
  • Noble Truth of Suffering
  • Noble Truth of the Accumulation of Suffering
  • Noble Truth of the Elimination of Suffering
  • Noble Truth of the Path that leads away from suffering