Friday, March 23, 2007
On this page I will briefly cover Buddhism beliefs and then explain in more details some Buddhist practices that I have experimented with.
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As regards the doctrine of salvation Buddhism is based on 3 precepts:-
a) Impermanence of all phenomena
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Thursday, March 22, 2007
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
These are also the basic Buddhism beliefs. They make up the Buddhist doctrine of salvation. This doctrine of salvation along with the Buddhist beliefs in the 3 Jewels of Buddha, Dharma and Sangha form the accepted Buddhist beliefs common to all traditions at Buddhism.
These important facts are
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Monday, March 19, 2007
In actual fact Buddhism covered almost the whole of Asia - excluding perhaps Russia. But I cannot cover all these details in a short article.
The Shakyamuni Buddha founded Buddhism through his enlightenment and teaching. He livd between 563 BC and 483 BC
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Saturday, March 17, 2007
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Saturday, March 10, 2007
Buddhism differs from Hinduism only in the way the doctrines are presented. Certain points are emphasized in Buddhism, which are mentioned in the Hindu scriptures but not stressed by them. Similarly the Buddhism teaching ignores certain other aspects of the Hindu teaching. So as far as Hinduism and Buddhism a comparison is concerned the difference lies in the emphasis of certain points.
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Buddhism originally arose out of the teaching and enlightenment of Siddharth Gautama. Siddharth Gautama was the first of many Buddhas – or enlightened masters - who have enriched the Buddhist tradition.
The Buddha lived approximately between the years 563-483 BCE.
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Monday, March 05, 2007
In this article I will be focusing on the chief God of early Hinduism Vishnu (the preserver).
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You can go to a tirtha as a tourist to discover the soul of India. For the devout Hindu however a visit to a tirtha is a voyage of personal and spiritual discovery. These places are charged with the power of God and he visits them for that purpose. The Hindu visits a tirtha as a penance for sins committed and also for the promise of moksha or enlightenment.
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The Buddhist doctrine is a vast field for study. Ten fact about Buddhism (in no particular order of importance) are as follows:
1) Be lamps unto yourself – Buddhism stresses experiential understanding and transformation. Hence it stresses self-effort and testing out teachings through personal experience.
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An interesting fact about Buddhism is its history.
Buddhism first developed in India through the teaching of Shakyamuni Buddha about 2500 years ago. His teaching is carried on in the Theravada tradition of Buddhism or the Teaching of the Elders.
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