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Final Revision part 7
Do we make our own destiny? If we do good will it affect others or if we do nothing is that ok?
Tranquillity of mind body
A Buddhist mandala a picture made for meditation
A Buddhist shrine, Water bowls, incense, a Buddha statue, lamps flowers, pictures and possibly a prayer wheel
A Buddhist shrine used for prayer and meditation
Is there life after death?
The Buddha said that to escape suffering we should take the middle way. This is meditation and calmness of mind
What will happen when we die? Will the being be reincarnated?
Buddhism Revision Part Five. THE NOBLE EIGHTFOLD PATH THIS IS ESSENTIAL.
Buddhism part three. The Third Noble Truth. Greed and selfishness can be stopped. The Fourth Noble Truth The best way was to become enlightened and achieve.
By: Ryan Wood Mrs. Pugh’s English 12. INDIA This is where it all started. India Buddhist monasteries.
Buddhist Revision part one. Buddhism Revision Siddhartha Gutama born a prince. He was born in North-East of INDIA, today the country called NEPAL.
By Rebecca Nash. What is Buddhism Buddhism is the main religion in many Asian countries. It is a religion about suffering and the need to get rid of it.
World Religion: Buddhism Worship. Objects of Worship 1 Bells are used at the beginning of worship to signal when to start. It is also used as a signal.
Buddhism – Quick Facts One of the four largest religions in the world today with over 350 million followers Followers are known as Buddhists Followers.
The Teachings of Buddhism. 1. What are the Four Noble Truth?
Buddhism: Worship. Buddhist Temple Temples (sometimes referred to as a Wat) can be found all over the world. They do not have to be a specific design.
Pictures Caste systemCaste system Divided the rich from the poor.
Buddhists live in all kinds of homes like everyone else, but some Buddhists choose to have a small shrine area in their house. This is a quiet place.
The Temple The outside of the temple looks so simple that it is a surprise to discover all the beauty that can be found in this small sacred space.
Buddhism. Founder Siddhartha Gautama Born into the Brahmin caste Led a life of luxury but was upset by suffering he saw around him.
Wesak By Kali, Isla, Kian and Ruairidh. They pour water over the shoulders of Buddha’s statue and put gifts in front of him to show their respect.
Buddhism. Founder/How was religion created? Siddhartha Gautama, a Hindu prince, left his family to find Enlightenment (Complete understanding), he found.
Vesak - The Buddhist Festival of Light is the Sri Lankan word for the month of May. Vesak is the holiest day in Buddhism. Buddhists believe that it.
Meditation. What leads you to feeling stressed? -Exams? -Parents? -Friends? -Teachers? -Your looks? -Your ability? -Problems in the world?
How do they practice their religion? Meditate at a temple. Going on pilgrimage In temple Have to be silent in front of statue of Buddha. Have.
What happens when we die? Comparing Catholicism and Buddhism.
Basic Information Began in India Sprang from Hinduism Indian prince – Siddhartha Gautama Unhappy with life and the sufferings of the world – gave.
Buddhism- The Search for Nirvana. Origins Began in India in 400 BCE Founded in the teachings of the leader, Buddha or “the enlightened one”- was once.
Buddhism, Confucianism, & Taoism Chinese Religion and Philosophy.
What happens when we die? Revision questions. Quiz on Christian beliefs: select the right answer from the options given for each of the questions below.
Chapter 4: Buddhism World Religions: A Voyage of Discovery DOC ID #: TX
The Teachings of the Buddha. What is Buddhism? Buddhism is a major world religion. It is the 4 th largest religion of the world, and has about 300,000,000.
Buddhism. Buddhism is a religion and philosophy surrounding a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, largely based on teachings attributed to Siddhartha.
Buddhism the open way to Nirvana. Gods? no! Indifferent about the existence of a god. Anyone can attain nirvana through self observation and asceticism.
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Aim: What does it mean to be a Buddhist? Do Now: What do you know about Buddhism? What do you want to know? NY State Standard 2 Common Core RS 1, 2, 4,
BUDDHISM: The Middle Path. Historical Buddha 1. ( BC) A rich Hindu prince lived in North India/Nepal 2. Siddhartha Gautama lived in luxury and.
Buddhism Part Two. The Buddha lived like an ascetic for 6 years. There are people who still live like an ascetic.
BY: KAMSHAN, ARETE, ADAM AND RUOBIN BUDDHISM. BEGINNINGS/ORIGINS Source in India A royal prince called Siddhartha Gautama Protected from the outside world.
Reincarnation: (Samsara) The universe and everyone in it are in a cycle of BIRTH, DEATH, REBIRTH. After death your ATMAN will be released from.
Final Revision Part 6. 2 nd Noble Truth. All suffering is caused by wanting too much.
Buddhism The Means Meditation and Worship. Recap The Means The 5 Precepts.
Role of Bodhisattvas- Bodhisattva is a Buddhist term applicable to someone who has become highly enlightened (via nirvana) and, rather than selfishly.
Mr. McEntarfer Global History. Do Now: What does this picture tell you about Buddhist beliefs? Aim: What are the central beliefs of Buddhism?
Buddhism "One thing I teach: suffering and the end of suffering. It is just ill and the ceasing of ill that I proclaim." -- The Buddha.
Buddhism. Overview of Buddhism Siddhartha Guatama – –Son of a rich warrior prince – –Father isolated him from unhappiness, need on his estate – –Siddhartha.
Students will be able to describe the geographic origins, founders, teachings, traditions, customs and beliefs of each major world religion. World Religions.
Community: Buddhism This religion was founded nearly 2500 years ago by a wealthy Indian prince called Siddhartha Gautama. Today, there are about 350 million.
Buddhism Emily and Zoha. Our Claim Prince Siddhartha was very curious about his community, and the outside world. He looked through to the world with.
Hinduism. Place of Origin India FounderUnknown Sacred Text Shastras", Major Festivals Diwali-festival of lights Holy Place Temples.
E Alston 2005 Hinduism – Beliefs and Practices How do Hindus worship? L.O’s: to know about the aspects of worship and that shrines are special places.
World Religions Hinduism & Buddhism: Religions of India.
BUDDHISM. Who is followed? Buddhists do not worship a god or gods, but instead dedicate their lives to the teaching of the Buddha, which means enlightened.
Buddhism. History -Began about 2,500 years ago Siddhartha Gautama - Raised a Hindu prince & became enlightened - Ran away and saw 4 things: 1) a funeral,
The Many Faces of Buddha. Buddhism, practiced in many different ways…
Buddhism. 300 million + adherents primarily in China and S.E. Asia Originated near modern Nepal around 530 BC by prince Siddhartha Guatama. Indian traders.
BUDDHISM And Siddhartha Gautama. Facts and Stats Buddhism stemmed from Hinduism and was started by a real historical figure – Siddhartha Gautama who.
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