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  • ...However food is necessary but not forget to meditate or concentrate everyday. Without our physical bodies and their five senses,our minds cannot distinguish our individual energy from the energy of a chair. WE are at one with Nature,Earth,SOUL,Universe and Each Other...

    ...Buddha-Dharma-Sangha-science-fiction-MuayThai-History-Astrology-Superstition-religion-Language-math-mind-universe-meditation-Yoga-Music-Art-Agricuture-Herb-Food...this is good health and life. All give us this experience of Oneness. I will try to chat and understand you or everybody around the world. WE ALL ARE FRIENDSHIP...Truth me please...

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  • 1.
    • Please have your notes and a pencil ready before class begins!
    • What did the Buddha teach?
  • 2.
    • Opening clip:
      • Buddhism__A_Way_of_Life
  • 3. Objective
    • The examine the central beliefs of Buddhism.
  • 4. Buddhism
    • A religion founded in India by Siddhartha Gautama.
    • Buddhism teaches that the most important thing in life is to reach peace by ending suffering.
  • 5.
    • Siddhartha Part1
      • Reincarnation__Enlightenment__and_Dharma
  • 6. Siddhartha Gautama
    • Grew up a prince in a royal family.
    • His mother had a dream that told her that her son must avoid any kind of suffering. If he saw suffering he would leave his home and become a monk.
  • 7. Siddhartha Gautama
    • His father wanted him to be the next king and not become a monk.
    • His family protected him from seeing suffering and lavished him with good things.
  • 8. Siddhartha Gautama
    • One that prince was riding in the royal gardens and spotted an elderly man who was suffering.
    • He was overcome with a desire to end suffering.
    • He gave up everything he had and chose to become a monk.
  • 9. Monk
    • A monk is a man who devotes his life to a religious group.
  • 10. Siddhartha Gautama
    • After six years of searching for the truth Buddhist believe that Siddhartha came to an understanding.
    • The wisdom he received that day would later earn him the title the Buddha.
  • 11.
    • Siddhartha Part2
      • The_Creation_of_Buddhism_in_India__Siddhartha_Gautama
  • 12. Hinduism vs. Buddhism
    • Similarities:
      • Founded in India
      • Reincarnation
      • Karma
    • Differences
      • Buddhism does not believe that one powerful force connects all of life.
      • Buddha believed that the most important thing was to reach peace by ending suffering.
  • 13. Karma
    • A force caused by a person’s good and bad acts.
    • Karma is said to affect future lives.
  • 14. Reincarnation
    • A belief that people move in a constant cycle of life, death, and rebirth.
  • 15. Four Noble Truths
    • In Buddhism , the principles that rule life and promise an end to suffering.
  • 16. Four Noble Truths
    • Life is filled with suffering.
    • Suffering is caused by people’s wants. People may want more pleasure, more power, or a longer life.
    • Suffering can be ended if people stop wanting things.
    • To stop wanting things, people must follow eight basic laws.
  • 17. Eightfold Path
    • In Buddhism, the basic rules of behavior and belief leading to an end of suffering.
        • Right view
        • Right intention
        • Right speech
        • Right action
        • Right livelihood
        • Right effort
        • Right mindfulness
        • Right concentration
  • 18.  
  • 19. Middle Way
    • A way of life neither too strict nor too easy, that results from following the Eightfold Path.
  • 20.
    • Video Clip
      • The_Four_Noble_Truths_and_the_Noble_Eightfold_Path
  • 21. Objective
    • The examine the central beliefs of Buddhism.
  • 22.