Buddhist Association of Canada     Cham Shan Temple    Introduction to       Buddhism          2012/03/03              Upd...
Buddhist Association of Canada      Cham Shan Templená mó    fó    tuó南 無     佛    陀   Namo Buddhaná mó    dá    mó南 無    ...
Buddhist Association of Canada佛教的教理 – Dharma, Teaching of Buddha  1.  三法印                          3 Dharma Zeal  2.  四依法 ...
Buddhist Association of CanadaBuddhist Belief “Every existent is compounded by causes and  conditions and is void of an in...
Buddhist Association of CanadaDharma in one sentence When this is, that is. From the arising of this, that arises. When th...
Buddhist Association of CanadaNature of things – Causation 因果規律   No free lunch  Cause, condition and consequence  Chan...
Buddhist Association of CanadaNo Self reflected in actions  At a personal level –  Generosity, giving, help others for a ...
Buddhist Association of Canada三法印 – 3 Zeal of the Dharma     諸行無常                            諸法無我     湼槃寂靜   Impermanent  ...
Buddhist Association of CanadaThe Buddhas Teaching: Its Aim    ‘to directly addresses the critical problem at the     hea...
Buddhist Association of CanadaThe Four Noble Truths   1.  Dukkha (suffering)   2.  Samudaya: the arising or origin of dukk...
Buddhist Association of CanadaThe Four Noble Truths   1.  life involves suffering   2.  suffering arises from craving   3....
Buddhist Association of CanadaFour Noble Truth 四諦                苦                    滅                Suffering          ...
Buddhist Association of CanadaFour Noble Truth 四諦十六行相                苦                    滅                Suffering      ...
Buddhist Association of CanadaDukkha   1  ordinary suffering (dukkha-dukkha)   2  dukkha as produced by change (veparinama...
Buddhist Association of CanadaOrdinary suffering  • birth, old age, sickness, death  • association with unpleasant persons...
Buddhist Association of CanadaDukkha as produced by change    A happy feeling, a happy condition in life, is not     perm...
Buddhist Association of CanadaDukkha as conditioned states    Most important philosophical aspect of the First     Noble ...
Buddhist Association of CanadaNature of Life 人生  Five skandhas五蘊:   Form, feeling, conception, impulse, consciousness.色、 ...
Buddhist Association of Canada Questions and Comments 討論www.ChamShanTemple.orgwww.shengguangshi.blogspot.comShengguang Shi...
Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會                          © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
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  1. 1. Buddhist Association of Canada Cham Shan Temple Introduction to Buddhism 2012/03/03 Updated February 2012
  2. 2. Buddhist Association of Canada Cham Shan Templená mó fó tuó南 無 佛 陀 Namo Buddhaná mó dá mó南 無 達 摩 Namo Dharmaná mó sēng qié南 無 僧 伽 Namo Sangha Updated February 2012
  3. 3. Buddhist Association of Canada佛教的教理 – Dharma, Teaching of Buddha 1.  三法印 3 Dharma Zeal 2.  四依法 4 Reliance 3.  十善 10 Good Deeds 4.  四聖諦 4 Noble Truth 5.  八正道 8 Fold Path 6.  十二因緣 12 Causation Link 7.  六度 6 Paramita 8.  八萬四千法門 84,000 Approaches 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  4. 4. Buddhist Association of CanadaBuddhist Belief “Every existent is compounded by causes and conditions and is void of an independent self” THE TEACHINGS OF THE BUDDHA by Dharma Master Fa-Fang 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  5. 5. Buddhist Association of CanadaDharma in one sentence When this is, that is. From the arising of this, that arises. When this is not, that is not. From the ceasing of this, that ceases. Samyutta Nikya 12, 21 Another translation When this is, that is; because this arises, that arises. When this is not, that is not; because this ceases, that ceases. 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  6. 6. Buddhist Association of CanadaNature of things – Causation 因果規律   No free lunch  Cause, condition and consequence  Changing cycles: creation, growth, deterioration, destruction  Impermanence 無常, Voidness 空性  Dependent origination, Conditioned arising, Interdependent genesis: Lack of intrinsic nature (sunyata) 緣起性空  Liberation, Peace, Nirvana  Non-grasping, non-clinging, non-attachment, let it be, let go, suchness 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  7. 7. Buddhist Association of CanadaNo Self reflected in actions  At a personal level –  Generosity, giving, help others for a common good – Transfer of merit  At a social level – From ego/ethnic/nation centric to world-centric, consumer vs. individual, tolerance and forgiveness – Stop cycles of hatred and revenge  At a planet level –  preserve the environment and resources 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  8. 8. Buddhist Association of Canada三法印 – 3 Zeal of the Dharma 諸行無常 諸法無我 湼槃寂靜 Impermanent No self Nirvana 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  9. 9. Buddhist Association of CanadaThe Buddhas Teaching: Its Aim  ‘to directly addresses the critical problem at the heart of human existence: the problem of suffering’  It is a ‘program of deliverance’: makes suffering and release from suffering the focus of his teaching’ Lecture on Vesak Day by Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  10. 10. Buddhist Association of CanadaThe Four Noble Truths 1.  Dukkha (suffering) 2.  Samudaya: the arising or origin of dukkha 3.  Nirodha: the cessation of dukkha 4.  Megga: the way leading to the cessation of dukkha 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  11. 11. Buddhist Association of CanadaThe Four Noble Truths 1.  life involves suffering 2.  suffering arises from craving 3.  suffering ends with the removal of craving 4.  there is a way to the end of suffering 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  12. 12. Buddhist Association of CanadaFour Noble Truth 四諦 苦 滅 Suffering Cessation of the cause of suffering 集 道 Cause/arising the way leading to the of suffering cessation of dukkha or the Eightfold Path 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  13. 13. Buddhist Association of CanadaFour Noble Truth 四諦十六行相 苦 滅 Suffering Cessation of the 果 苦, 無常, 空, 無我 cause of suffering Effect 滅, 靜, 妙, 離 集 道 Cause of suffering Eightfold Path to end 因 集, 因, 生, 緣 suffering Cause 道, 理, 行, 出 世間 出世間 Mundane Supra-mundane 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  14. 14. Buddhist Association of CanadaDukkha 1  ordinary suffering (dukkha-dukkha) 2  dukkha as produced by change (veparinama- dukkha) 3  dukkha as conditioned states (samkhara- dukkha) 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  15. 15. Buddhist Association of CanadaOrdinary suffering • birth, old age, sickness, death • association with unpleasant persons and conditions, • separation from beloved ones and pleasant conditions, • not getting what one desires All such forms of physical and mental suffering, which are universally accepted as suffering or pain 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  16. 16. Buddhist Association of CanadaDukkha as produced by change  A happy feeling, a happy condition in life, is not permanent, not everlasting it changes sooner or later  When it changes, it produces pain, suffering produced by change 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  17. 17. Buddhist Association of CanadaDukkha as conditioned states  Most important philosophical aspect of the First Noble Truth  The Buddha says : –  In short these five aggregates of attachment are dukkha’ –  O bhikkhus, what is dukkha? It should be said that it is the five aggregates of attachment’ 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  18. 18. Buddhist Association of CanadaNature of Life 人生 Five skandhas五蘊:  Form, feeling, conception, impulse, consciousness.色、 受、想、行、識 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  19. 19. Buddhist Association of Canada Questions and Comments 討論www.ChamShanTemple.orgwww.shengguangshi.blogspot.comShengguang Shi 釋聖光Tom Cheung 張湘棠Kam Cheung 張仁勤 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
  20. 20. Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada

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