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Buddhism

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  • 1. Buddhism China Hawaii Utah
  • 2. Background
    • Developed in India
    • Spread through trade to China, Japan and Southeast Asia
    • Founder: Siddhartha Gautama in the 500’s BCE
  • 3. Origin Flow Map Siddhartha Guatama is born as a Hindu prince. He leaves home to find reason for suffering in life. He meditated under a Bodi tree He found the answer He became the Buddha, which means “Enlightened One”
  • 4. Tree Map Main Ideas Four Noble Truths
    • All life is suffering.
    • Suffering is caused by desire.
    • To eliminate suffering, eliminate desire
    • To overcome desire, follow the Eightfold Path.
    Eightfold Path
    • Right Views
    • “ “ Speech
    • “ “ Livelihood
    • “ “ Mindfulness
    • “ “ Intentions
    • “ “ Conduct
    • “ “ Effort
    • “ “ Meditation
    Believe in: Reincarnation Karma Dharma Nirvana - Perfection -Happiness by following the 8 fold Path -An escape reincarnation - Enlightenment
  • 5. What’s the difference?
    • Buddhism rejects:
      • A single god
      • Many Hindu gods and goddesses
      • The Caste System
        • Any social class
        • can reach nirvana
    Caste System
  • 6. Important Info
    • Sacred Text
      • Tripitaka or Three Baskets of Wisdom
      • Buddha’s teachings
    • Religious Leader
      • The Dalai Lama
    • Meditation
      • A practice used to free the body and mind to achieve enlightenment

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