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3 Buddhism
Mahāyāna
Prajñāpāramitā
6 Perfections (pāramitās) of bodhisatt…
śūnyatā
Great Vehicle; goal: bodhisattva; rise during Kusana empire;…
The Perfection of Wisdom
giving, morality, patient endurance, vigor + energy, meditati…
emptiness
Mahāyāna
Great Vehicle; goal: bodhisattva; rise during Kusana empire;…
Prajñāpāramitā
The Perfection of Wisdom
Buddhism 3
Tian
Qin (Ch'in) Dynasty
Han Dynasty
White Horse Temple
An earthly representative of Heaven.
The First Emperor of the Qin (Ch'in) Dynasty followed legalis…
(c. 200BCE-220CE): The Han Dynasty: Confucianism dominant.... -…
Arrival of Buddhism in China... 1st CE: Buddhism entered China v…
Tian
An earthly representative of Heaven.
Qin (Ch'in) Dynasty
The First Emperor of the Qin (Ch'in) Dynasty followed legalis…
16 terms
Buddhism 3
Incorporate Nature
Religious rituals
Location symbolic/geometric
Sacred images
1. Toranas oriented towards cardinal directions ... 2.stupa-worl…
1. Processions move on base around dome ... 2. Pilgrims circumam…
1. Stupa flor plan is mandala ... 2.toranas- cardinal directions…
1. Buddhas ashes buried in central of stupa ... 2. Symbols/ imag…
Incorporate Nature
1. Toranas oriented towards cardinal directions ... 2.stupa-worl…
Religious rituals
1. Processions move on base around dome ... 2. Pilgrims circumam…
62 terms
Buddhism 3
axes of analyxix
Theravadin Solution-- bhavanga
Post event
Theravada mind and time
temporal; understanding how things work
mind at rest-- a baseline for thought/mind used to display ba…
mind returns to its natural resting state
previous karma= good or bad experiences, bavangha will color…
axes of analyxix
temporal; understanding how things work
Theravadin Solution-- bhavanga
mind at rest-- a baseline for thought/mind used to display ba…
3 Buddhism
bodhisattva
enlightenment
lama
Mahayana
one who has achieved enlightenment but delays entering nirvan…
the state of being aware of , or awakened to, the true nature…
in Tibetan Buddhism, a religious teacher
"Great Vehicle," the northern and eastern form of Buddhism
bodhisattva
one who has achieved enlightenment but delays entering nirvan…
enlightenment
the state of being aware of , or awakened to, the true nature…
39 terms
3. Buddhism
Differences from Hinduism
Siddhartha Gautama Sakya
Dhammapada
3 Meanings of Buddha
...
the historical Buddha
...
Historical Buddha... Teachings... Your Mind
Differences from Hinduism
...
Siddhartha Gautama Sakya
the historical Buddha
5 terms
Buddhism 3
Vajrayana Buddhism
lama:
prayer wheel
mandalas:
(Tibetan Buddhism) "the diamond vehicle" name suggests clarit…
Tibetan spiritual teacher ("guru")
cylinder that revolves around a central pole, inside cylinder…
geometrical art form, monks create in sand and then destroy i…
Vajrayana Buddhism
(Tibetan Buddhism) "the diamond vehicle" name suggests clarit…
lama:
Tibetan spiritual teacher ("guru")
Buddhism (3)
Gyōki
Hachiman
The Great Buddha
influenced by the three stages school, remedy is to rely on a…
new form of social organization, a group of people coming tog…
a kami, promises Emperor Shomu that he will have enough gold…
Emperor Shomu is becoming unpopular, so he decided to build t…
Gyōki
influenced by the three stages school, remedy is to rely on a…
new form of social organization, a group of people coming tog…
Buddhism 3
Samsara
Karma
Anatma
Nirvana
Endless cycle of suffering through death and rebirth
Cause of samsara
No soul, no self, permenant independent self does not exist
"Extinction" of suffering through endless cycles of rebirth
Samsara
Endless cycle of suffering through death and rebirth
Karma
Cause of samsara
Buddhism 3
bodhicitta
klesa
guan
chan
Developing of the awakening mind... -exchanging oneself for oth…
eradication of mental defilment
means "seeing"... contemplation of the other side and looking i…
transliteration of sanskrit term dhyana... -early uses of this…
bodhicitta
Developing of the awakening mind... -exchanging oneself for oth…
klesa
eradication of mental defilment
25 terms
Buddhism #3
Bodhisattva Dizang (Jizo)
Ghost Festival
Hungry Ghosts
king yama
• Name translates to "womb of the Earth". ... • A bodhisattva co…
• A festival that celebrates the spirits of the dead who rise…
• A spirit who undergoes suffering greater than that of a hum…
• The king of hell (the wrathful god) who judges the dead and…
Bodhisattva Dizang (Jizo)
• Name translates to "womb of the Earth". ... • A bodhisattva co…
Ghost Festival
• A festival that celebrates the spirits of the dead who rise…
5 terms
Buddhism 3
Upaya "Skillful Means"
Soyen Suzuki
D.T Suzuki
Thich Nhat Hanh
encouraged individuals to thoughtfully apply knowledge and in…
Zen monk from Japan who explains Buddhism to westerners
Was and interpreter who was asked to come back to U.S. to tea…
Vietnamese Monk
Upaya "Skillful Means"
encouraged individuals to thoughtfully apply knowledge and in…
Soyen Suzuki
Zen monk from Japan who explains Buddhism to westerners
Buddhism #3
Theravada
Mahayana
Bodhisattvas
Vajrayana
"The way of elders"
The great vehicle
"Buddhas in the making"
Tibetan Buddhism
Theravada
"The way of elders"
Mahayana
The great vehicle
48 terms
3- Buddhism
Buddhism
SIDDHARTA GAUTAMA
SAKYAMUNI
BHAGAVAT
is considered as another reform movement or reaction against…
was born of the royal family of the SAKYAS clan of Shalyas. T…
the sage of KAYA tribe
blessed one
Buddhism
is considered as another reform movement or reaction against…
SIDDHARTA GAUTAMA
was born of the royal family of the SAKYAS clan of Shalyas. T…
10 terms
Buddhism 3
vijnana
Asoka
shraddha
dharmas
"consciousness"; the six types of consciousness are visual, o…
an Indian ruler of the Magadhan empire; after conquering vast…
"faith", trust or confidence; traditionally expressed by goin…
phenomena, constituents or fundamental elements of reality; o…
vijnana
"consciousness"; the six types of consciousness are visual, o…
Asoka
an Indian ruler of the Magadhan empire; after conquering vast…
30 terms
Buddhism3
What are the four noble truths?
What is the middle path?
What are the three vehicles in Buddhism?
What is the goal of Theravada Buddhism?
Dukha, Trishna, The Truth of Cessation, and The Eightfold Path
The path between the two extremes of hedonism and asceticism.
Theravada ("Elder Vehicle"), Mahayana ("Great Vehicle"), and…
Arhat ("conqueror").
What are the four noble truths?
Dukha, Trishna, The Truth of Cessation, and The Eightfold Path
What is the middle path?
The path between the two extremes of hedonism and asceticism.
7 terms
Buddhism pt. 3
stupa
sutra
tathagatha
Tathagatha-garba
Reliquary mounds in which the remains or personal objects of…
verses of text or scripture
"the thus gone" The buddha
The womb matric of the buddhas i.e the inner buddha or the th…
stupa
Reliquary mounds in which the remains or personal objects of…
sutra
verses of text or scripture
13 terms
Buddhism-3
The son of a king of Kapilavastu(moder…
That he would be either a great king o…
He kept him isolated to protect him fr…
He snuck out of the palace and sees an…
Who was Siddhartha Gautama?
What did the prophet state about Siddhartha?
What did his father do to him and why?
What did Sidd do and what happened?
The son of a king of Kapilavastu(moder…
Who was Siddhartha Gautama?
That he would be either a great king o…
What did the prophet state about Siddhartha?
10 terms
buddhism terms 3
vidya
trishna
bhikshu
vitam
right knowledge/ calirty
thirst
literally one who seeks alms; fully ordained Buddhist monk
all persuasive order
vidya
right knowledge/ calirty
trishna
thirst
9 terms
6.3 Origins of Buddhism
fasting
meditation
the Buddha
Buddhism
going without food
the focusing of the mind on spiritual ideas
Siddhartha Gautama new name after he found enlightenment unde…
a religion based on the teachings of Buddha
fasting
going without food
meditation
the focusing of the mind on spiritual ideas
22 terms
5.3 Origins of Buddhism
to find answers to his questions abut…
Siddhartha gained insight to human suf…
finding ways to eliminate human suffer…
Contentment springs from gaining what…
Why did Siddhartha Gautama leave home at age 30?
Which of the following events happened last?
Which of the following concerns was of greatest importance to…
With which of the following statements would the Buddha likel…
to find answers to his questions abut…
Why did Siddhartha Gautama leave home at age 30?
Siddhartha gained insight to human suf…
Which of the following events happened last?
20 terms
Buddhism Ch. 3
What are the two orders of Tibetan Bud…
What is the bardothodol?
When was the bardothodol written?
What does the bardothodol teach?
Red Hat School & Yellow Hat School
"the book of the dead"; the scriptural book written by the re…
Eighth century C.E.
After death, the human soul abides for 49 days in a dreamlike…
What are the two orders of Tibetan Bud…
Red Hat School & Yellow Hat School
What is the bardothodol?
"the book of the dead"; the scriptural book written by the re…
Buddhism Quiz #3
vijñana
Asoka
shraddha
dharmas
"consciousness"; the six types of consciousness are the visua…
an Indian ruler (268-239 BCE) of the Magadhan empire; after c…
"faith," trust, or confidence; traditionally expressed by goi…
phenomena, constituents or fundamental elements of reality; o…
vijñana
"consciousness"; the six types of consciousness are the visua…
Asoka
an Indian ruler (268-239 BCE) of the Magadhan empire; after c…
25 terms
Buddhism Week 3 Vocab
Bodhidharma
Chan/Zen
Dalai Lama
dhāraṇī
Semi-legendary 6th century Indian monk who taught meditation…
Movement emphasizing meditation, teacher-student interaction,…
A tulku 1st recognized in 16th century Tibetan Buddhism as th…
Sanskrit for tantric incantations/spells. There were sūtras t…
Bodhidharma
Semi-legendary 6th century Indian monk who taught meditation…
Chan/Zen
Movement emphasizing meditation, teacher-student interaction,…
Buddhism Section 3
Name the First Noble Truth.
Name the Second Noble Truth.
Name the Third Noble Truth.
Name the Fourth Noble Truth.
Life is filled with suffering.
The cause of suffering is desire.
To cease suffering, one must cease desiring.
The path to the end of suffering is the Noble Eightfold Path.
Name the First Noble Truth.
Life is filled with suffering.
Name the Second Noble Truth.
The cause of suffering is desire.
Buddhism (India task 3)
Buddhism
Siddhartha Guatama
Four Noble Truths
Nirvana
A religion founded by Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha ... *it ta…
*Hindu prince that left his family and to discover why people…
* 1.Life is filled with suffering.... 2.Suffering is caused by p…
*In Buddhism, the ultimate state of wisdom and peace.
Buddhism
A religion founded by Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha ... *it ta…
Siddhartha Guatama
*Hindu prince that left his family and to discover why people…
79 terms
Buddhism midterm 3
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
Confucianism
Laozi (Lao-tzu)
Daoism (Taoism)
• Emperor would have the blessing of heaven if he acted in ac…
• Dominant Politico - Religious system in China ... • Emphasizes…
most important figure in Daoism
• The Dao = The Way ... • Most important figure is Laozi... • Most…
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
• Emperor would have the blessing of heaven if he acted in ac…
Confucianism
• Dominant Politico - Religious system in China ... • Emphasizes…
Buddhism Quiz 3
Vajrayana Buddhism
Indigenous tradition in Tibet
When did Buddhism develop in Tibet
Songtsen Gampo
(Diamond Buddhism) (Tantric Buddhism)... Buddhism came to Tibet…
later known as Bon... had its own magical practices, divination,…
DEVELOPED IN TWO STAGES ... 1. 7th century: during the time of k…
King of Tibet during 7th century; had a Chinese and Nepalese…
Vajrayana Buddhism
(Diamond Buddhism) (Tantric Buddhism)... Buddhism came to Tibet…
Indigenous tradition in Tibet
later known as Bon... had its own magical practices, divination,…
Section 3 Origins of Buddhism
fasting
meditation
the Buddha
Buddhism
going without food
the focusing of the mind on spiritual ideas
"Enlightened One", traveled northern India and teaching peopl…
a religion based on the teachings of the Buddha
fasting
going without food
meditation
the focusing of the mind on spiritual ideas
12 terms
3.2 Hinduism and Buddhism
atman
moksha
reincarnation
karma
a person's essential self
union with brahman; in Hinduism, the ultimate goal of existence
the rebirth of the soul in another bodily form
all the actions of a person's life that affect his or her fat…
atman
a person's essential self
moksha
union with brahman; in Hinduism, the ultimate goal of existence
56 terms
Buddhism Quiz 3
ālayavijñāna
amala-vijñāna
Amitābha
āśraya-parāvṛtti
"storehouse-consciousness"... Yogacara concept of a depth of con…
pure consciousness; innate pure consciousness that is identif…
Celestial buddha of the western paradise or pure land; buddha…
Yogacara notion of the reversion or conversion of the basis o…
ālayavijñāna
"storehouse-consciousness"... Yogacara concept of a depth of con…
amala-vijñāna
pure consciousness; innate pure consciousness that is identif…
15 terms
3.2 Hinduism and Buddhism
Hinduism
Upanishads
Moksha
Brahman
A collection of religious beliefs that developed slowly, resu…
Written dialog between teacher and student.
In Hinduism, a state of perfect understanding of all things.…
The world soul that contains and unites all atmans - the indi…
Hinduism
A collection of religious beliefs that developed slowly, resu…
Upanishads
Written dialog between teacher and student.
C6S3: Buddhism
Buddha
nirvana
reincarnation
Siddhartha Gautama
An Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama, who renounced his…
A state perfect peace, free from suffering.
(Hinduism and Buddhism) the endless cycle of birth and suffer…
founder of Buddhism, ca. 560 BCE
Buddha
An Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama, who renounced his…
nirvana
A state perfect peace, free from suffering.
Buddhism Test 3
Lotus Sutra
Nichiren
Tathagatagarbha
Honji-suijaku
depicted as the last Sutra and the highest teaching of the Bu…
a Tendai monk who developed his conviction and strong teachin…
sanskrit term in Mahayana meaning "the Buddha nature". All li…
"essence-manifestation;" an approach to reconciling Shinto an…
Lotus Sutra
depicted as the last Sutra and the highest teaching of the Bu…
Nichiren
a Tendai monk who developed his conviction and strong teachin…
10 terms
Buddhism Part 3
Koans
Satori
Haiku
Abhaya Mudra
Riddles, completely illogical
Enlightenment (for Zen Buddhists)
Flower arranging, dry gardens, tea ceremony
Fearlessness
Koans
Riddles, completely illogical
Satori
Enlightenment (for Zen Buddhists)
5.3 Origins of Buddhism
Fasting
Meditation
the Buddha
Buddhism
Going without food
Focusing the minding on spiritual ideas
Founder of Buddhism, born an Indian prince named Siddharta
Religion based on the teachings of the Buddha
Fasting
Going without food
Meditation
Focusing the minding on spiritual ideas
9 terms
6.3 Origins of Buddhism
The Buddha
Buddhism
Nirvana
Enlightenment
Siddhartha Gautama new name after he found enlightenment unde…
a religion based on the teachings of Buddha
a state of perfect peace
the action or state of attaining or having attained spiritual…
The Buddha
Siddhartha Gautama new name after he found enlightenment unde…
Buddhism
a religion based on the teachings of Buddha
Hinduism and Buddhism P3
Brahman
Polytheistic religion
7% of the world
8-Spoked Wheel/Eightfold Path
Hinduism supreme being
Hinduism belief in many gods
Buddhism percent
Buddhism symbol
Brahman
Hinduism supreme being
Polytheistic religion
Hinduism belief in many gods
Buddhism quiz 3
theory of mind
theravada buddhism
Slone article
normative vs popular buddhism
we project onto people beliefs and desires --> "mind readers"…
basic form of buddhism, stripped down to essentials ... -denies…
2 forms of definition ... 1. classical definition: find in scien…
normative: "ought", the ideal, what buddhism ought to be ... -ho…
theory of mind
we project onto people beliefs and desires --> "mind readers"…
theravada buddhism
basic form of buddhism, stripped down to essentials ... -denies…
Origins of Buddhism Sec 3
Siddhartha Gautama
The Buddha
Tree of Wisdom
The First Sermon
The Buddha, was a Prince, born 563 BC, dissatisfies with Hind…
Enlightened One
Where Siddartha meditated for weeks and came up idea for Budd…
When Siddhartha told 5 of his friends his ideas about thr mea…
Siddhartha Gautama
The Buddha, was a Prince, born 563 BC, dissatisfies with Hind…
The Buddha
Enlightened One
13 terms
3.3 Hinduism and Buddhism
Brahman
Vedas
Mahabharata
Ramayana
Believed by hindus to be the creative force of the universe;…
The holiest writings of Hinduism; transmitted orally until 1,…
Hindu epic poem that contains the BHAGAVAD Gita and discussio…
Hindu epic poem containing an illustration of marital love an…
Brahman
Believed by hindus to be the creative force of the universe;…
Vedas
The holiest writings of Hinduism; transmitted orally until 1,…
Buddhism Review 3
Jokang
Diety Yoga
Sudden Awakening
Gradual Awakening
temple
creative visualizations, purify body through mudras/mantras/m…
one is already pure, sudden realization
importance of great effort, purify
Jokang
temple
Diety Yoga
creative visualizations, purify body through mudras/mantras/m…
5 terms
Buddhism Ch.3-3
Siddhartha Gautama
What is the first sermon after reachin…
What are the four noble truths
Eightfold path
young prince who later becomes Buddha
the four noble truths
1. All life is full of suffering , pain and sorrow... 2. the cau…
1. right views ... 2. right aspirations... 3. right speech... 4. right…
Siddhartha Gautama
young prince who later becomes Buddha
What is the first sermon after reachin…
the four noble truths
12 terms
3.3 HINDUISM AND BUDDHISM
Brahman
Vedas
Mahabarata
Ramayana
believed by Hindus to be the creative force of the universe;…
the holiest writings of Hinduism; transmitted orally until 1,…
Hindu epic poem that contains the Bhagavad Gita and discussio…
Hindu epic poem containing an illustration of martial love an…
Brahman
believed by Hindus to be the creative force of the universe;…
Vedas
the holiest writings of Hinduism; transmitted orally until 1,…
Buddhism Terms 3
Abhidharma
bhavanga
samtana
(a)prapti(prapti)
"higher" dharma or doctrine that deals with the understanding…
the subliminal mode of consciousness that is like the "baseli…
a term used to designate an uninterrupted sequence of cause a…
Prapti: the conditioned force that attaches a specific afflic…
Abhidharma
"higher" dharma or doctrine that deals with the understanding…
bhavanga
the subliminal mode of consciousness that is like the "baseli…
Chapter 5-3 Buddhism
Fasting
Meditation
Buddhism
Buddha
Going with out food for a long period of time.
Focusing of the mind on spiritual ideas.
A religion based on the teachings of the Buddha.
Enlightened one.
Fasting
Going with out food for a long period of time.
Meditation
Focusing of the mind on spiritual ideas.
Unit 3: Hinduism & Buddhism
Started in India
Siddhartha Guatama
Ahimsa (non-violence)
Caste system
All (Hinduism and Buddhism)
Buddhism
All
Hinduism
Started in India
All (Hinduism and Buddhism)
Siddhartha Guatama
Buddhism
10 terms
Buddhism Quiz 3
vijnana
Asoka
shraddha
dharmas
"consciousness" the 6 types of consciousness ... 1. visual... 2. au…
an Indian ruler (268-239BCE) of the Magadhan empire; after co…
"faith," trust, or confidence; traditionally expressed by goi…
phenomena, constituents or fundamental elements of reality; o…
vijnana
"consciousness" the 6 types of consciousness ... 1. visual... 2. au…
Asoka
an Indian ruler (268-239BCE) of the Magadhan empire; after co…
12 terms
Buddhism Review 3
first noble
second noble
third noble
fourth noble
existence involves suffering
suffering is caused by desire
suffering ends when desire ends
to end desire, follow the elightfold path
first noble
existence involves suffering
second noble
suffering is caused by desire
15 terms
KS3 Buddhism keyword/definitions
Anatta
Anicca
Dukkha
Karma
the denial of a permanent personal self or soul
impermanence, the instability of things
suffering, which is the nature of human existence in ... the fir…
actions which affect this and future lives
Anatta
the denial of a permanent personal self or soul
Anicca
impermanence, the instability of things
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