Buddhism   Siddhartha   http://buddhist-tour.com/buddhist-tour-package-1
The Four Passing Sights     Prophecy Fulfilled  http://buddhist-tour.com/golden-triangle-buddhist-tour-2
   1. An old man      2. A sick man who was                        diseased ridden
   3. a corpse on the way                    to being cremated   4. a holy man who had    no possessions but was    at p...
The Path to the Buddha   What was his “Pah”         http://buddhist-tour.com/
Four Noble Truths   Embody the idea that craving is the   source of suffering and the cessation   from craving releases su...
Four Noble Truths   1. Duhkha or suffering is    everywhere   2. Tanha or craving or desire is    the source of sufferin...
Eight Fold Path    Like spokes in a wheel
Eight Fold Path             The Way to Inner Peace   Three Main Goals       face life objectively       live kindly    ...
Some Things to Remember   The steps or recommendations are not to be    practiced sequentially but all together   The wo...
Eight Fold Path   1. Right views                      5. Right livelihood   2. Right intention                  6. Rig...
Eightfold Path Enunciated    1. Right views or Right understanding        I recognize the impermanence of life, the     ...
Eightfold Path Enunciated   3. Right speech       I speak honestly and kindly, in positive ways,        avoiding lies, e...
Eightfold Path Enunciated   5. Right work or livelihood       My livelihood (occupation) does no harm.   6. Right effor...
Eightfold Path Enunciated     7. Right mindfulness         I will keep my attention, awareness, and mind          focuss...
The Core of Basic Buddhism   The Three Jewels       The Buddha           Is an ideal whom people should imitate and his...
The Writings   The sacred writings of Buddhism are written    in both Pali and Sankrit as are the writings in    Hinduism...
Bodhisattva   Being who is to become fully    enlightened (possesses    bodhi); especially as applied to    Gautama, the ...
Dhama (Dhamma)   Has many meanings in    Buddhist texts, the    proper one being    determining by context    and use. Ho...
Karma (Kamma)   Act, action, deed    performed by body,    speech, or mind, which,    according to the intention    it em...
Mara   Killing, death,    "Destroyer," "Tempter,"    the personification of    evil or attachment to    transient conditi...
Nirvana   "Blowing out, quenching (as of    a fire)"; the goal of Buddhism,    the extinguishing of passionate    attachm...
Sangha   Buddhist community which consist of four    assemblies; monks, nuns, laymen, and    laywomen.               http...
Relation between Sangha, laysociety and government   The Sangha depends on government    support. However, the government...
The Development ofBuddhism   The Energetic King        Ashoka (India circa 250 B.C.E.)
Inspection after the battle   He becomes so horrified at the carnage that    he decides that he converted to the idea of ...
Three Schools of Buddhist Thought   Theravada Buddhism       The Way of the Elders   Mahayana Buddhism       The Big V...
The Two Great Branches ofBuddhism   Theravada                         Mahayana       Man as an individual             ...
Note about the soul and karma   Although Buddhist do not really believe in a    soul they do maintain that traits and    ...
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  1. 1. Buddhism Siddhartha http://buddhist-tour.com/buddhist-tour-package-1
  2. 2. The Four Passing Sights Prophecy Fulfilled http://buddhist-tour.com/golden-triangle-buddhist-tour-2
  3. 3.  1. An old man  2. A sick man who was diseased ridden
  4. 4.  3. a corpse on the way to being cremated 4. a holy man who had no possessions but was at peace
  5. 5. The Path to the Buddha What was his “Pah” http://buddhist-tour.com/
  6. 6. Four Noble Truths Embody the idea that craving is the source of suffering and the cessation from craving releases suffering .
  7. 7. Four Noble Truths 1. Duhkha or suffering is everywhere 2. Tanha or craving or desire is the source of suffering 3. Relieving craving ceases suffering--when craving ceases entirely through dispassion, renunciation, and nondependence, then suffering ceases 4. The path leading to cessation of suffering is the Eightfold Path
  8. 8. Eight Fold Path Like spokes in a wheel
  9. 9. Eight Fold Path The Way to Inner Peace Three Main Goals  face life objectively  live kindly  cultivate inner peace http://buddhist-tour.com/leh-tour-4
  10. 10. Some Things to Remember The steps or recommendations are not to be practiced sequentially but all together The word “right” might be better translated as “correct” or “complete.”
  11. 11. Eight Fold Path 1. Right views  5. Right livelihood 2. Right intention  6. Right effort 3. Right speech  7. Right mindfulness 4. Right action  8. Right concentration http://buddhist-tour.com/sikkim-tour-6
  12. 12. Eightfold Path Enunciated  1. Right views or Right understanding  I recognize the impermanence of life, the mechanism of desire, and the cause of suffering.  2. Right intention  My thoughts and motives are pure, not tainted by my emotions and selfish desire. http://buddhist-tour.com/sanchi-tour-10
  13. 13. Eightfold Path Enunciated 3. Right speech  I speak honestly and kindly, in positive ways, avoiding lies, exaggeration, harsh words. 4. Right action  My actions do not hurt any other being that can feel hurt, including animals; I avoid stealing and sexual conduct that would bring hurt.
  14. 14. Eightfold Path Enunciated 5. Right work or livelihood  My livelihood (occupation) does no harm. 6. Right effort  With moderation, I consistently strive to improve.
  15. 15. Eightfold Path Enunciated  7. Right mindfulness  I will keep my attention, awareness, and mind focussed on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness: the body is impure, sensations result in suffering, the mind is impermanent and all dharma do not have a substantial self.  8. Right concentration  I use the disciplines of meditation (dyana) and focused awareness to contemplate the nature of reality more deeply. http://buddhist-tour.com/orissa-tour-5
  16. 16. The Core of Basic Buddhism The Three Jewels  The Buddha  Is an ideal whom people should imitate and his image of sitting and meditating with self-control and mindfulness.  “I take refuge in the Buddha.”  The Dharma  is the sum total of Buddhist teachings about how to view the world and how to live properly.  “I take refuge in the Dharma.”  The Sangha  is the community of monks and nuns.  “I take refuge in the Sangha.”
  17. 17. The Writings The sacred writings of Buddhism are written in both Pali and Sankrit as are the writings in Hinduism and the many offshoots. Pali a language related to Sanskrit Sanskrit is called the Latin of India because of its widespread use.  (class references will be using Sanskrit) http://buddhist-tour.com/golden-triangle-buddhist-tour-2
  18. 18. Bodhisattva Being who is to become fully enlightened (possesses bodhi); especially as applied to Gautama, the future Buddha. More generally, in Mahayana Buddhism the term applies to those who have experience enlightenment (bodhi) but who have taken a special vow to continue being reborn into samsara ["the great run- around"] (rather than entering nirvana) so as to deliver others form their suffering by aiding in the attainment of enlightenment. http://buddhist-tour.com/golden-triangle-buddhist-tour-2
  19. 19. Dhama (Dhamma) Has many meanings in Buddhist texts, the proper one being determining by context and use. However, some of the meanings are: the teaching of the Buddha; the Truth; The Real; moral law; the right duty; religion.
  20. 20. Karma (Kamma) Act, action, deed performed by body, speech, or mind, which, according to the intention it embodies, will have a set consequence experienced in this or future rebirth. Good karma are those things that are positive; bad karma is negative. http://buddhist-tour.com/orissa-tour-5
  21. 21. Mara Killing, death, "Destroyer," "Tempter," the personification of evil or attachment to transient conditioned reality (the Wheel of Life) or to this world as an obstacle to attaining of enlightenment; the god of desire and death.
  22. 22. Nirvana "Blowing out, quenching (as of a fire)"; the goal of Buddhism, the extinguishing of passionate attachment or desire (raga) fearful hostility or hatred and anger (dvesa), and confusion of delusion (moha), the primary causes of karma and hence bondage of samsara. It is equal to the Hindu goal of moksa (release).
  23. 23. Sangha Buddhist community which consist of four assemblies; monks, nuns, laymen, and laywomen. http://buddhist-tour.com/leh-tour-4
  24. 24. Relation between Sangha, laysociety and government The Sangha depends on government support. However, the government does not control the Sangha. This community is a mutual relationship between the "bhiku" (male and female), lay person and the government. Through the community one earns merit; the bhiku teaches dharma. http://buddhist-tour.com/sanchi-tour-10
  25. 25. The Development ofBuddhism The Energetic King Ashoka (India circa 250 B.C.E.)
  26. 26. Inspection after the battle He becomes so horrified at the carnage that he decides that he converted to the idea of nonviolence. He spread the the principle of nonviolence throughout India as a way of converting people. He built stones which had the principles carved in them.
  27. 27. Three Schools of Buddhist Thought Theravada Buddhism  The Way of the Elders Mahayana Buddhism  The Big Vehicle Vajrayana Buddhism  The “Diamond Vehicle” Zen Buddhism  Enlightenment through Experience
  28. 28. The Two Great Branches ofBuddhism Theravada  Mahayana  Man as an individual  Man as involved with others  Man on his own in the  Man not alone (salvation by universe – self effort grace)  Key virtue: Wisdom  Key virtue: karuna, compassion  Religion a full time job  Religion relevant to life in the  Ideal: the Arhat world (for the layman as well)  Buddha a saint  Ideal: the Bodhisattva  Avoids metaphysics  Buddha a savior  Confines prayer to  Elaborates metaphysics meditation  Includes ritual  Conservative  Includes petitionary prayer  Liberal  from Huston Smith
  29. 29. Note about the soul and karma Although Buddhist do not really believe in a soul they do maintain that traits and characteristics of a person can recombine in a future life. Therefore, part of the karma process is where a persons personality has recombined in the next life. (note: nevertheless the ideas of karma and rebirth were so much part of the thinking that Buddhism had to accommodate the concepts in their teaching.
  30. 30. buddhist-tour.comMEMORABLE INDIA II Floor,69 Shivaji Enclave Rajouri Garden-110027 Mob.No.+91-9871148514 E-Mail: info@memorableindia.comweb:- http://www.memorableindia.com

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