Buddhism
The essence of  Buddhism
The essence of     Buddhism The “middle way of wisdom  and compassion.”
The essence of      Buddhism The “middle way of wisdom  and compassion.” 2,500 year old tradition.
The essence of      Buddhism The “middle way of wisdom  and compassion.” 2,500 year old tradition. The 3 jewels of Budd...
Siddhartha Gautama    (563-483 BCE)
Siddhartha Gautama                (563-483 BCE)   Born in NE India    (Nepal).
Siddhartha Gautama                (563-483 BCE)   Born in NE India    (Nepal).   Raised in great luxury    to be a king.
Siddhartha Gautama                 (563-483 BCE)   Born in NE India    (Nepal).   Raised in great luxury    to be a king...
Siddhartha Gautama                 (563-483 BCE)   Born in NE India    (Nepal).   Raised in great luxury    to be a king...
Siddhartha Gautama                 (563-483 BCE)   Born in NE India    (Nepal).   Raised in great luxury    to be a king...
Siddhartha Gautama                 (563-483 BCE)   Born in NE India    (Nepal).   Raised in great luxury    to be a king...
What is thefundamental cause of    all suffering?
What is thefundamental cause of    all suffering?     Desire!
What is thefundamental cause of    all suffering?          Desire! Therefore, extinguish the self,  don’t obsess about on...
Four Noble Truths
Four Noble Truths1. There is suffering in the  world. To live is to  suffer. (Dukkha)
Four Noble Truths
Four Noble Truths2. The cause of  suffering is self-  centered desire and  attachments. (Tanha)
Four Noble Truths
Four Noble Truths3. The solution is to  eliminate desire and  attachments.  (Nirvana = “extinction”)
Four Noble Truths
Four Noble Truths4. To reach nirvana, one  must follow the Eightfold  Path.
Eightfold Path
Eightfold Path  Nirvana
Eightfold Path      Nirvana The union with the ultimate  spiritual reality.
Eightfold Path      Nirvana The union with the ultimate  spiritual reality. Escape from the cycle of  rebirth.
Types ofBuddhism
Types of     Buddhism   Therevada Buddhism   Mahayana Buddhism   Tibetan Buddhism   Zen Buddhism
Theravada Buddhism
Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism.
Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small  Vehicle.”
Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small  Vehicle.” Found in southern As...
Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small  Vehicle.” Found in southern As...
Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small  Vehicle.” Found in southern As...
Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small  Vehicle.” Found in southern As...
Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small  Vehicle.” Found in southern As...
Theravada Buddhism
MahayanaBuddhism
Mahayana               Buddhism   The “Great Vehicle.”
Mahayana               Buddhism   The “Great Vehicle.”   Founded in northern Asia (China, Japan).
Mahayana               Buddhism   The “Great Vehicle.”   Founded in northern Asia (China, Japan).   Buddhism “for the m...
Mahayana               Buddhism   The “Great Vehicle.”   Founded in northern Asia (China, Japan).   Buddhism “for the m...
Mahayana               Buddhism   The “Great Vehicle.”   Founded in northern Asia (China, Japan).   Buddhism “for the m...
MahayanaBuddhism
Tibetan Buddhism
Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana]
Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana] Developed in Tibet in the  7c CE.
Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana] Developed in Tibet in the  7c CE. A mix of Theravada and Mahayana.
Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana] Developed in Tibet in the  7c CE. A mix of Theravada and Mahayana....
Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana] Developed in Tibet in the  7c CE. A mix of Theravada and Mahayana....
TheDalaiLama
Zen Buddhism
Zen Buddhism The “Meditation School.”
Zen Buddhism The “Meditation School.” Seeks sudden enlightenment [satori] through meditation,  arriving at emptiness [su...
Zen Buddhism The “Meditation School.” Seeks sudden enlightenment [satori] through meditation,  arriving at emptiness [su...
Zen Buddhism The “Meditation School.” Seeks sudden enlightenment [satori] through meditation,  arriving at emptiness [su...
Buddhism in America      (1999)
Buddhism in America      (1999)
Distribution ofBuddhism Centers in   the US, 2001
Relieve Stress &    Meditate: Get a Mantra !
Relieve Stress &    Meditate: Get a Mantra !
Relieve Stress &      Meditate:   Get a Mantra !Ohm...mani...padme...hung...   Hail to the jewel in the lotus!
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  • Buddhism

    1. 1. Buddhism
    2. 2. The essence of Buddhism
    3. 3. The essence of Buddhism The “middle way of wisdom and compassion.”
    4. 4. The essence of Buddhism The “middle way of wisdom and compassion.” 2,500 year old tradition.
    5. 5. The essence of Buddhism The “middle way of wisdom and compassion.” 2,500 year old tradition. The 3 jewels of Buddhism:  Buddha, the teacher.  Dharma, the teachings.  Sangha, the community.
    6. 6. Siddhartha Gautama (563-483 BCE)
    7. 7. Siddhartha Gautama (563-483 BCE) Born in NE India (Nepal).
    8. 8. Siddhartha Gautama (563-483 BCE) Born in NE India (Nepal). Raised in great luxury to be a king.
    9. 9. Siddhartha Gautama (563-483 BCE) Born in NE India (Nepal). Raised in great luxury to be a king. At 29 he rejected his luxurious life to seek enlightenment and the source of suffering.
    10. 10. Siddhartha Gautama (563-483 BCE) Born in NE India (Nepal). Raised in great luxury to be a king. At 29 he rejected his luxurious life to seek enlightenment and the source of suffering. Lived a strict, ascetic life for 6 yrs.
    11. 11. Siddhartha Gautama (563-483 BCE) Born in NE India (Nepal). Raised in great luxury to be a king. At 29 he rejected his luxurious life to seek enlightenment and the source of suffering. Lived a strict, ascetic life for 6 yrs. Rejecting this extreme, sat in meditation, and found nirvana.
    12. 12. Siddhartha Gautama (563-483 BCE) Born in NE India (Nepal). Raised in great luxury to be a king. At 29 he rejected his luxurious life to seek enlightenment and the source of suffering. Lived a strict, ascetic life for 6 yrs. Rejecting this extreme, sat in meditation, and found nirvana. Became “The Enlightened One,” at 35.
    13. 13. What is thefundamental cause of all suffering?
    14. 14. What is thefundamental cause of all suffering? Desire!
    15. 15. What is thefundamental cause of all suffering? Desire! Therefore, extinguish the self, don’t obsess about oneself.
    16. 16. Four Noble Truths
    17. 17. Four Noble Truths1. There is suffering in the world. To live is to suffer. (Dukkha)
    18. 18. Four Noble Truths
    19. 19. Four Noble Truths2. The cause of suffering is self- centered desire and attachments. (Tanha)
    20. 20. Four Noble Truths
    21. 21. Four Noble Truths3. The solution is to eliminate desire and attachments. (Nirvana = “extinction”)
    22. 22. Four Noble Truths
    23. 23. Four Noble Truths4. To reach nirvana, one must follow the Eightfold Path.
    24. 24. Eightfold Path
    25. 25. Eightfold Path Nirvana
    26. 26. Eightfold Path Nirvana The union with the ultimate spiritual reality.
    27. 27. Eightfold Path Nirvana The union with the ultimate spiritual reality. Escape from the cycle of rebirth.
    28. 28. Types ofBuddhism
    29. 29. Types of Buddhism Therevada Buddhism Mahayana Buddhism Tibetan Buddhism Zen Buddhism
    30. 30. Theravada Buddhism
    31. 31. Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism.
    32. 32. Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small Vehicle.”
    33. 33. Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small Vehicle.” Found in southern Asia.
    34. 34. Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small Vehicle.” Found in southern Asia. The monastic life is the best way to achieve nirvana.
    35. 35. Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small Vehicle.” Found in southern Asia. The monastic life is the best way to achieve nirvana. Focus on wisdom and meditation.
    36. 36. Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small Vehicle.” Found in southern Asia. The monastic life is the best way to achieve nirvana. Focus on wisdom and meditation. Goal is to become a “Buddha,” or “Enlightened One.”
    37. 37. Theravada Buddhism The oldest school of Buddhism. The “Way of the Elders” or the “Small Vehicle.” Found in southern Asia. The monastic life is the best way to achieve nirvana. Focus on wisdom and meditation. Goal is to become a “Buddha,” or “Enlightened One.” Over 100,000,000 followers today.
    38. 38. Theravada Buddhism
    39. 39. MahayanaBuddhism
    40. 40. Mahayana Buddhism The “Great Vehicle.”
    41. 41. Mahayana Buddhism The “Great Vehicle.” Founded in northern Asia (China, Japan).
    42. 42. Mahayana Buddhism The “Great Vehicle.” Founded in northern Asia (China, Japan). Buddhism “for the masses.”
    43. 43. Mahayana Buddhism The “Great Vehicle.” Founded in northern Asia (China, Japan). Buddhism “for the masses.” Seek guidance from Boddhisatvas, wise beings.
    44. 44. Mahayana Buddhism The “Great Vehicle.” Founded in northern Asia (China, Japan). Buddhism “for the masses.” Seek guidance from Boddhisatvas, wise beings. Goal: Not just individual escape from the wheel, but the salvation of all humanity through self-sacrifice of those enlightened few.
    45. 45. MahayanaBuddhism
    46. 46. Tibetan Buddhism
    47. 47. Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana]
    48. 48. Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana] Developed in Tibet in the 7c CE.
    49. 49. Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana] Developed in Tibet in the 7c CE. A mix of Theravada and Mahayana.
    50. 50. Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana] Developed in Tibet in the 7c CE. A mix of Theravada and Mahayana. Boddhisatvas include Lamas, like the Dalai Lama.
    51. 51. Tibetan Buddhism The “Diamond Vehicle.” [Vajrayana] Developed in Tibet in the 7c CE. A mix of Theravada and Mahayana. Boddhisatvas include Lamas, like the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan Book of the Dead [Bardo Thodol].
    52. 52. TheDalaiLama
    53. 53. Zen Buddhism
    54. 54. Zen Buddhism The “Meditation School.”
    55. 55. Zen Buddhism The “Meditation School.” Seeks sudden enlightenment [satori] through meditation, arriving at emptiness [sunyata].
    56. 56. Zen Buddhism The “Meditation School.” Seeks sudden enlightenment [satori] through meditation, arriving at emptiness [sunyata]. Use of meditation masters [Roshi].
    57. 57. Zen Buddhism The “Meditation School.” Seeks sudden enlightenment [satori] through meditation, arriving at emptiness [sunyata]. Use of meditation masters [Roshi]. Beauty, art, and aesthetics:  Gardens.  Archery.  Tea ceremony.  Calligraphy.
    58. 58. Buddhism in America (1999)
    59. 59. Buddhism in America (1999)
    60. 60. Distribution ofBuddhism Centers in the US, 2001
    61. 61. Relieve Stress & Meditate: Get a Mantra !
    62. 62. Relieve Stress & Meditate: Get a Mantra !
    63. 63. Relieve Stress & Meditate: Get a Mantra !Ohm...mani...padme...hung... Hail to the jewel in the lotus!
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