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1) The old man 2) The sick man 3) The dead man 4) The aesthetic
What does the Buddha mean>
The enlighten one.
Father was told that he would be a world ruler or a spiritual leader. Was kept in the palace. Left the palace at 29 and saw the four sights.
The bodhi tree
The tree that the Buddha always meditate under.
Right View/Right Understanding
To clearly understand the Four Noble Truths. Strive to understand the workings of your own mind.
Right emotion/Right Thought/Right Intention
Think kindly of others and avoid dwelling on the past or future.
Speak kindly and truthfully. Do not say something that would hurt other people or lead to negativity.
Act kindly toward all living things. Do not be attached to the results of actions, steal intentionally kill any living thing, don't take anything freely given, and no defrauding or tricking.
Right Livelihood/Right Work
Have a vocation that does not harm others. Do not do any work that has to do with killing, dealing slaves, weapons, poisons, clothing that are made from people who are paid minimum wage, or intoxicants.
Be determined to cleanse the mind. Always have a positive attitude, even if things turn out bad. Approach difficult tasks with enthusiasm.
Right Mindfulness/Right Awareness
Be fully aware of what you are doing, always with concern for others. We should avoid having a distracted mind.
Right Meditation/Right Concentration
Intensely concentrate during meditation to focus on being one with any situation.
Dukkha: The Noble Truth of Suffering
Life is full of suffering, full of sickness and unhappiness. Although there are passing pleasures, they vanish in time.
Samudaya: The Noble Truth of the Cause of Suffering
People suffer for one simple reason: they desire things. It is greed and self-centeredness which bring about suffering. Desire is never satisfied.
Nirodha: The Noble Truth of the End of Suffering
It is possible to end suffering if one is ware of his or her own desires and puts an end to them. This awareness will open the door to lasting peace.
Magga: The Noble Truth of the Path
By changing one's thinking and behavior, anew awakening can be reached. This is called the "Middle Way" and can be followed in the "Eightfold Path"
a "heaven." A perfect happiness.
The wheel of Dharma
The path to Nirvana . Has eight spokes
The idea of the Buddha
A human being and is spiritually perfect.
Fearless, teaching, and calling the earth
Circle bump on the head - Wisdom
Lotus imprint on palm and bottom of feet.
Long Life, nobility, and renunciation.
The dot on the forehead
The third eye
Why are some Buddha statues on their sides?
Buddha died laying on his right side.
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