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  • 1. Understanding OfBuddhism {
  • 2. World Population Of Practicing Buddhists  Approximately: 376 Million & Fourth Largest Religion Largest BuddhistCommunities :•Thailand•Cambodia•Myanmar•Bhutan•Sri Lanki•Tibet•Laos•Vietnam•Japan•Macau•Taiwan
  • 3. Origination1. Developed In India 2500 Years Ago2. Based on many aspects of Hinduism3. Essence of is the attainment of enlightenment4. Points to a way of life that avoids self- indulgence and self-denial5. No supreme god or deity in Buddhism
  • 4. Who is the founder ofBuddhism?Siddhartha Gautama
  • 5. Founder or Buddha• Siddhartha Gautama also known as or Buddha which means “Enlightened One”• Lived in the 5th Century BC• Born in to the Brahmin Caste luxuriously life style• Became troubled by the human misery around him everyday• Not considered a god by his followers Siddhartha Gautama (563- 483) BC1. Born in North East India, In Nepal2. Raised in luxury to become a King3. At 29, he rejected his royalty to seek enlightenment, and the source of suffering.4. Lived a strict form of lifestyle for 6 years5. Rejection to the extreme, sat in meditation, and found nirvana6. Became lightened one at 35
  • 6. Four Noble Truths 1Suffering Exits In the 3 The solution is to eliminateworld (Dukkah) desire and attachments Nirvana= ExtinctionBuddha found this 4 One must follow the Eight-fold pathwhen he was youngand experienced deathin others 2 The cause of death is self-centered desire and attachments(Tanha)
  • 7. Essential Major Beliefs The four noble truths based on Eightfold= Nirvana Siddhartha’s philosophical approach of the nature of suffering which is based on • Following a unit of Spirituality these statements. • Escape from cycle of rebirth1. Life is full of pain and suffering2. Human desires cause this suffering3. With an end to a desire, humans can end suffering4. Humans can end desire by following to eightfold.
  • 8. Eightfold PathWisdom1.Right View- Know the truth2.Right Intention- resist selfcenterdnessEthical Conduct1.Right Speech2.Refrain from negative orinferred negative language3.Right Action-Respect All Life4.Right livelyhood -Work for thegood of othersMental Discipline1.Right Effort-egocentricthrought.2.Right Awareness- do not letemotions, nor mood effect aninteraction3.Right meditation- Practicemeditation-always.
  • 9. Re-Incarnation Karma Aspect that one must go  A law based which from cycles , such as states a cause has an birth ,living and depth. effect. An Inequality If a person releases their has an effect. A short attachment, they can obtain Nirvana- such as lfe lived. A past freedom from suffering behaviors will reflect Nirvana can be achieved your future. If we are thru meditation, by following the principles of handicap or why we buddha, such as Four behave we do. Noble truths and, eight fold.  Our actions have results Santee Dent
  • 10. Re-Incarnation Karma Aspect that one must go  A law based which from cycles , such as states a cause has an birth ,living and depth. effect. An Inequality If a person releases their has an effect. A short attachment, they can obtain Nirvana- such as lfe lived. A past freedom from suffering behaviors will reflect Nirvana can be achieved your future. If we are thru meditation, by following the principles of handicap or why we buddha, such as Four behave we do. Noble truths and, eight fold.  Our actions have results Santee Dent
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