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western religions- buddhism
origin
key person
4 passing sights
Siddhartha Gautama lived an ....
563 BC in North India
Siddhartha Gautama- royal family
decrepitude, disease, death, withdrawl
ascetic life
origin
563 BC in North India
key person
Siddhartha Gautama- royal family
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Non-Western Religions: Exam 2 (Buddhism)
Buddha
Dharma
Trishna
Dukkha
enlightened one
Teachings that are firm and eternal and include the laws of n…
all suffering is caused by craving
suffering
Buddha
enlightened one
Dharma
Teachings that are firm and eternal and include the laws of n…
9 terms
Western Buddhism
The difference between the west and th…
Westerners have to differentiate betwe…
Capitalist society revolves around___,…
Meditation can offer ___
Practice not belief
Usage and craving
Dharmas... An environment perfect for the three fires
an escape from the business of their lives
The difference between the west and th…
Practice not belief
Westerners have to differentiate betwe…
Usage and craving
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World Religions: Hinduism & Buddhism
Alms
Ascetic
Buddha
Buddhism
goods or money given to the poor
a person who gives up worldly pleasure
a Sanskrit word meaning "enlightened"; the name given to the…
the religion founded by Siddhārtha Gautama, which teaches tha…
Alms
goods or money given to the poor
Ascetic
a person who gives up worldly pleasure
17 terms
World Religions: Buddhism
The Three Jewels of Buddhism
Buddha
dharma wheel
sangha
The Three Jewels are central to Buddhists: 1. the founder of…
The Buddha is the first jewel. The Buddha is founder of Buddh…
Dharma is the second jewel. The wheel of Dharma has eight spo…
Sangha is the third jewel. The community of Buddhist monks an…
The Three Jewels of Buddhism
The Three Jewels are central to Buddhists: 1. the founder of…
Buddha
The Buddha is the first jewel. The Buddha is founder of Buddh…
8 terms
Religions (Buddhism)
Symbol
Location
Place of Worship
Figure
Several symbols... Main: Eightfold path
Southeast/East Asia... 500 BC
Shrines
Siddhartha Guatama (Buddah)
Symbol
Several symbols... Main: Eightfold path
Location
Southeast/East Asia... 500 BC
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Religions - Buddhism
Buddhism (Branches)
Buddhism (Universalizing or Ethnic)
Buddhism (Founder)
Buddhism (Origins)
-Theravada... -Mahayana... -Tantryana
Universalizing
Siddhartha Gautama (AKA Buddha, the enlightened one)
563 BC in Nepal and India
Buddhism (Branches)
-Theravada... -Mahayana... -Tantryana
Buddhism (Universalizing or Ethnic)
Universalizing
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Religions Buddhism
Siddhartha Gautma
Lumbini
Shakya
Maya
The founder of buddhism, was prince of Shakyas and born in Lu…
c. 550BCE, the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautma in Nepal
a minor Himalayan nation
Siddhartha's mother who died shortly after giving birth
Siddhartha Gautma
The founder of buddhism, was prince of Shakyas and born in Lu…
Lumbini
c. 550BCE, the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautma in Nepal
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World Religions - Buddhism Full
Three Marks of Existence
anatta
anicca
arhat
In Buddhism, the characteristics that summarize the changing…
(no self) one of the Three Marks of Existence; the Buddhist d…
(impermanence) one of the Three Marks of Existence; the Buddh…
One who has become enlightened; the ideal type of Theravada B…
Three Marks of Existence
In Buddhism, the characteristics that summarize the changing…
anatta
(no self) one of the Three Marks of Existence; the Buddhist d…
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World Religions- Hinduism and Buddhism
Aryans
Brahmin
Caste System
Hinduism
These people become the dominant group of India and their bel…
priests that are the highest of the varna or caste
a system that divided Indian society based on a person's birt…
a religion that originated in India, based upon the Aryan set…
Aryans
These people become the dominant group of India and their bel…
Brahmin
priests that are the highest of the varna or caste
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Religions-Buddhism
Siddhartha... 500 B C E ... Nepal India
enlightenment... suffering
selfish
Mara... truth
The founder of Buddhism is _____?______Who was born in ______…
Siddhartha was searching for ________,and how to accept that…
Siddhartha believed our suffering was because we think of our…
Siddhartha was spoken to in a dream by Lord of the Senses nam…
Siddhartha... 500 B C E ... Nepal India
The founder of Buddhism is _____?______Who was born in ______…
enlightenment... suffering
Siddhartha was searching for ________,and how to accept that…
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Religions (Buddhism)
Siddhartha Gautama
Middle path
bhodi
Buddha
Buddhism is derived from the enlightenment of this man. emula…
neither living comfortably nor denying his basic bodily needs.
awakening, when siddhartha acheived enlightenment
"one who awoke"--siddhartha after his awakening. spent his li…
Siddhartha Gautama
Buddhism is derived from the enlightenment of this man. emula…
Middle path
neither living comfortably nor denying his basic bodily needs.
9 terms
Religions: buddhism
Key beliefs
4 nobles truths
Nirvana
Deity
Three signs of being: Duhkha, anitya, anatman... Reincarnation…
1) Life is full of suffering... 2)The cause of all suffering is…
Enlightenment; release from selfishness and pain
No deity; Buddha is not a god
Key beliefs
Three signs of being: Duhkha, anitya, anatman... Reincarnation…
4 nobles truths
1) Life is full of suffering... 2)The cause of all suffering is…
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Religion-Buddhism
What is Buddhism?
Where did Buddhism originate?
Founder of Buddhism
Gautama Buddha's Journey
An atheistic religion, Buddha wasn't a God and didn't believe…
Nepal, India (Buddhism is state religion, rest of India is Hi…
Siddhartha (Gautama Buddha)- Born in Gautama in 563 BC, son o…
Saw a sick man, an old man, a dead man, and a shramana ("the…
What is Buddhism?
An atheistic religion, Buddha wasn't a God and didn't believe…
Where did Buddhism originate?
Nepal, India (Buddhism is state religion, rest of India is Hi…
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religion- buddhism
location origin
founder
holy book
type of religion
"lumbini" (present day Nepal)
Siddhartha Guatama, Buddha
Tripitaka, dharma
universalizing
location origin
"lumbini" (present day Nepal)
founder
Siddhartha Guatama, Buddha
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World Religions DSST: Buddhism
Bodhisattvas
Nirvana
Buddha
Sangha
Future Buddhas
Literally "blowing out"; Release form the cycle of rebirth
Literally "enlightened one"; One who obtains Nirvana on the b…
Buddhist monastic order (followers)
Bodhisattvas
Future Buddhas
Nirvana
Literally "blowing out"; Release form the cycle of rebirth
8 terms
religions: buddhism
buddha
ascetic
enlightenment
alms
a Sanskrit word meaning"enlightened;" the name given to the m…
a person who gives up worldly pleasures.
the state of gaining spiritual insight and finding universal…
goods or money given to the poor.
buddha
a Sanskrit word meaning"enlightened;" the name given to the m…
ascetic
a person who gives up worldly pleasures.
9 terms
Religions (buddhism)
buddhism
nirvana
3 baskets
monk
the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering…
An ideal state of happiness and peace
teachings of buddhas were preserved in the ____
A male religious living in a cloister and devoting himself to…
buddhism
the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering…
nirvana
An ideal state of happiness and peace
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Religions- Buddhism
Buddhism
The Buddha
Great Enlightenment
Meditation
is a religion based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, t…
a title given to Siddhartha Guatama which means the enlighten…
the moment in which a Buddhist realizes suffering is caused b…
calm and focused thoughts
Buddhism
is a religion based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, t…
The Buddha
a title given to Siddhartha Guatama which means the enlighten…
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Buddhism - Religion
Type of Religion
Followers
Groups/Branches/Followers
Central Figure
Nontheistic
Buddhists
Theravada and Mayahana
Buddha
Type of Religion
Nontheistic
Followers
Buddhists
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Religion Buddhism
Holy book
Founders
Countries of orgin
M4
Tripitaka
Siddhartha
India
4 noble truths
Holy book
Tripitaka
Founders
Siddhartha
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Religions: Buddhism
Buddhism
Sects
Where are most Buddhists located?
How long has Buddhism been around?
Consists of several different sects
A group within a religion that distinguishes itself by its un…
Sri Lanka, Japan, Southeast Asia
More than 2,500 years
Buddhism
Consists of several different sects
Sects
A group within a religion that distinguishes itself by its un…
13 terms
World Religions Project: Buddhism
A religion and dharma that encompasses…
To achieve Nirvana, a transcendent sta…
The Four Noble Truth, The Eightfold Pa…
The Buddha, The Dharma, The Sangha
What is Buddhism?
What do Buddhist believe is the goal of reincarnation?
What are the three main groups of rules that they follow?
What does the Triple Gem include?
A religion and dharma that encompasses…
What is Buddhism?
To achieve Nirvana, a transcendent sta…
What do Buddhist believe is the goal of reincarnation?
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Religions: Buddhism
What are the four Noble truths?
What are the 8 eightfold paths?
Define Buddha
What are Siddhartha's beliefs about th…
1. Life is full of suffering ... 2. People suffer becasue they d…
1. Know and understand the four Noble truths... 2. Give up world…
Enlightened one
1. Only way to find truth about the world was to give up desi…
What are the four Noble truths?
1. Life is full of suffering ... 2. People suffer becasue they d…
What are the 8 eightfold paths?
1. Know and understand the four Noble truths... 2. Give up world…
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Religion : Buddhism
God
Holy Days
Founder
Date
No God
Dhamma Day
Siddhartha Gautama a.k.a Buddha
Late 6th Century BCE
God
No God
Holy Days
Dhamma Day
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Religion - Buddhism
Buddha
Siddhartha Gautama
Dharma
Sangha
Awakened One
A man who became Buddha by finding the Middle Way
He teachings of Buddha
Community of monks and nuns
Buddha
Awakened One
Siddhartha Gautama
A man who became Buddha by finding the Middle Way
63 terms
Religion: Buddhism
Hinduism
Vedic... Caste system
Reincarnation... Yoga, karma, dharma
Awakened... Enlightened
Buddhism has its origins in ____
Buddhism does not accept the ___ literature and rites or the…
It retains the general concepts of ___ (rebirth) as well as _…
"Buddha" means "____" or "___"
Hinduism
Buddhism has its origins in ____
Vedic... Caste system
Buddhism does not accept the ___ literature and rites or the…
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religion buddhism
Arahant
Bodhi
Bodhisattva
Buddha
"worthy one," a Buddhist monk who has attained nirvana throug…
enlightenment or awakening. It is a direct awareness or reali…
one who has dedicated his or her life to the attainment of en…
"awakened one" and specifically refers to Siddhartha Gautama…
Arahant
"worthy one," a Buddhist monk who has attained nirvana throug…
Bodhi
enlightenment or awakening. It is a direct awareness or reali…
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Religion Buddhism
Miracle birth story
"The four sights"
"The middle way"
The four noble truths
The queen had a dream about a elephant giving her a lotus flo…
Age: ... sees old man and realizes that no one stays young forev…
You don't have to starve yourself and beat yourself up to try…
Enlightenment consists of the 4 noble truths:... 1. Life is suff…
Miracle birth story
The queen had a dream about a elephant giving her a lotus flo…
"The four sights"
Age: ... sees old man and realizes that no one stays young forev…
23 terms
religion: buddhism
buddha
nirvana
samgha
four noble truths
an enlightened or awakened one
unconditioned reality, experienced without form or limit when…
the Buddhist monastic order
the truth of suffering; the truth of attachment as the cause…
buddha
an enlightened or awakened one
nirvana
unconditioned reality, experienced without form or limit when…
37 terms
Religion Buddhism
ahimsa
anatman
arhat
avidya
non-violence
no-self
"worthy one," a fully enlightened being who became awakened w…
ignorance
ahimsa
non-violence
anatman
no-self
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Religion- Buddhism
Anichcha
Bodhi
Dharma
Dukkha
Impermanence, constant change
Enlightenment
The totality of Buddhist teaching
Sorrow, misery
Anichcha
Impermanence, constant change
Bodhi
Enlightenment
15 terms
Religion Buddhism
Dukka
Tanha
Gautama
arhat/arhant
Discontent (all of life is unsatisfactory)
Suffering is caused by desire
name of DA buddha
enlighten disciple who will enter nirvana upon death
Dukka
Discontent (all of life is unsatisfactory)
Tanha
Suffering is caused by desire
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Religions of the World: Buddhism
Buddha
nirvana
samsara
budhi
An Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama, who renounced his…
"blowing out" - the ultimate goal of all Buddhists, the extin…
(Hinduism and Buddhism) the endless cycle of birth and suffer…
to awaken
Buddha
An Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama, who renounced his…
nirvana
"blowing out" - the ultimate goal of all Buddhists, the extin…
15 terms
Religion: Buddhism
Siddhartha Gautama
four passing sights
life as forest dweller
five ascetics
* dates: 563 BCE - 483 BCE... * place: Ancient India/ Modern Nep…
1) old man ... 2) sick man... 3) dying man... 4) religious man
* learns reality in suffering... * CALL TO ADVENTURE: palace -->…
* first disciples of Siddhartha in the Forest... * they followed…
Siddhartha Gautama
* dates: 563 BCE - 483 BCE... * place: Ancient India/ Modern Nep…
four passing sights
1) old man ... 2) sick man... 3) dying man... 4) religious man
26 terms
Religion: Buddhism
Buddha
middle way
nirvana
sangha
siddhartha Gautama and others who have by their own insight a…
a basic buddhist teaching that rejects both the sensual pleas…
ultimate goal of buddhists. extinction of desire and any sens…
the buddhist community of monks and nuns; one of the three je…
Buddha
siddhartha Gautama and others who have by their own insight a…
middle way
a basic buddhist teaching that rejects both the sensual pleas…
18 terms
Religion (Buddhism)
Arhat
Bodhisattva
Dharma
dharma
someone who achieves Nirvana & rests in their permanent bliss
someone who gets really close to that stage but renounces tha…
Represents the collected teachings of the Buddha
Why things are the way they are
Arhat
someone who achieves Nirvana & rests in their permanent bliss
Bodhisattva
someone who gets really close to that stage but renounces tha…
14 terms
Religion//Buddhism
Siddhartha Guatama
Buddha
Nirvana
Four Noble Truths
The first Buddha and the founder of Buddhism (prince born int…
Anyone who has reached Nirvana/Enlightenment, 'elected' by fe…
Being fully alive and present, the end of suffering
What Buddha realized and later taught (philosophic)
Siddhartha Guatama
The first Buddha and the founder of Buddhism (prince born int…
Buddha
Anyone who has reached Nirvana/Enlightenment, 'elected' by fe…
World Religions-Buddhism ^.o
What symbolizes purity of heart and mi…
What is known as the tree of enlighten…
What does the Wheel of Life represent?
What is one of the most important ritu…
the lotus flower
The Bodhi tree
The teachings of Buddha
Buddha images
What symbolizes purity of heart and mi…
the lotus flower
What is known as the tree of enlighten…
The Bodhi tree
25 terms
Religion: Buddhism
anatman
anitya
arhant
bhikshu
The principle that there is no eternal self.
Impermanence.
A "worthy one" who has followed the Buddha's path to liberati…
A monk or nun who renounces worldliness for the sake of follo…
anatman
The principle that there is no eternal self.
anitya
Impermanence.
32 terms
World Religions: Buddhism Religion
Dharma
Sangha
Arhats
Buddha
the cosmic truth
monastic orders or communities
perfected disciples; part of Theraveda; opposite of Bodhisattva
founder of Buddhism is Siddhartha Gautama; to wake up, to kno…
Dharma
the cosmic truth
Sangha
monastic orders or communities
20 terms
WORLD RELIGIONS: HINDUISM AND BUDDHISM
Hinduism
caste
dharma
karma
the religion in India; it traces its roots to older tradition…
a class or group in Hindu society
belief that a person has a duty or obligation to live an hono…
belief that the good and evil one does in life determines the…
Hinduism
the religion in India; it traces its roots to older tradition…
caste
a class or group in Hindu society
16 terms
Religion- Buddhism
Three Marks of Reality
The Three Jewels of Buddhism
The Four Noble Truths
The Noble Eightfold Path
*Change: Life is constantly changing.... *No Permanent Identity:…
The Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha
*First: To live is to suffer... *Second: Suffering comes from de…
Right Understanding- Life, Desire and cause of sufferingRig…
Three Marks of Reality
*Change: Life is constantly changing.... *No Permanent Identity:…
The Three Jewels of Buddhism
The Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha
56 terms
Religion - Buddhism
What did Buddhism keep and not keep fr…
The Buddha
Buddha means ?
What caste did Siddharta start?
Kept: reincarnation(rebirth), yoga, karma, dharma ... Not keep:…
Siddharta Gautama
Awakened one, enlightened one
Kshatriyas (warrior)
What did Buddhism keep and not keep fr…
Kept: reincarnation(rebirth), yoga, karma, dharma ... Not keep:…
The Buddha
Siddharta Gautama
21 terms
World Religions DSST: Buddhism
Bodhisattvas
Nirvana
Buddha
Sangha
Future Buddhas
Literally "blowing out"; Release form the cycle of rebirth
Literally "enlightened one"; One who obtains Nirvana on the b…
Buddhist monastic order (followers)
Bodhisattvas
Future Buddhas
Nirvana
Literally "blowing out"; Release form the cycle of rebirth
14 terms
Religion - Buddhism
The Four Passing Sights
What are the Three Marks of Existence
Dukka
Anatta
Old man, diseased man, corpse, peasants/holy man
Dukka, Anatta, Anicca
Suffering, result of Anicca and Anatta
No self, no ultimate reality beyond the present moment
The Four Passing Sights
Old man, diseased man, corpse, peasants/holy man
What are the Three Marks of Existence
Dukka, Anatta, Anicca
9 terms
Buddhism Religion
bodhisattva
Dharma
karma
koan
A person who is dedicated to liberating others from suffering…
The teachings and laws for conduct given by the Buddha
actions; law of cause and effect
a question used by zen teachers to boggle the student's mind…
bodhisattva
A person who is dedicated to liberating others from suffering…
Dharma
The teachings and laws for conduct given by the Buddha
15 terms
Religion Buddhism
Pilgrimage
4 Noble Truths
Nirvana
Theravada
Journey to a holy place
Life is suffering; the middle way is the key
Breaking of the cycle of samsara
Branch of Buddhism; solely the 1st Buddha
Pilgrimage
Journey to a holy place
4 Noble Truths
Life is suffering; the middle way is the key
35 terms
Religion: Buddhism
siddhartha gautama
awakened or enlightened
kshatriva
four passing sights
this man became buddha
what does buddha mean
caste of the man who became buddha
what buddha saw when he left the palace
siddhartha gautama
this man became buddha
awakened or enlightened
what does buddha mean
26 terms
Religion-Buddhism
What is Buddhism?
Founder of Buddhism
Gautama Buddha's Journey
Nirvana
An atheistic religion, Buddha wasn't a God and didn't believe…
Siddhartha (Gautama Buddha)- Born in Gautama in 563 BC, son o…
Saw a sick man, an old man, a dead man, and a shramana ("the…
One who wakes up to the truth, liberation, enlightenment, to…
What is Buddhism?
An atheistic religion, Buddha wasn't a God and didn't believe…
Founder of Buddhism
Siddhartha (Gautama Buddha)- Born in Gautama in 563 BC, son o…
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