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Answer: Nirvana is the state of eternal happiness. Eternal happiness could be achieved by giving up worldly desires for things such as food and clothes and follow the Eigh…tfold Path. Answer: Nirvana is the state (not a place) of being free from both suffering and the cycle of rebirth. It is an important concept to Buddhists and Jains. Nirvana is a Sanskrit word. It means "to cease blowing" or "extinguishing" implying that passions and desires are non-existent or "unbinding" implying that the mind is free. Along with freedom from physical needs, there is an implication that the is no attachment to maintaining a separate existence of self. Answer: Nirvana is recognition of the world as it is, without the bewilderment of the 3 ignorances. 1. When taking a body a person decides to be in that body. 2. There is now a separate self with separate experience and a unique mind. However, we are also part of the unity of awareness without the differentiation of a person. and without the object awareness of a person in a body. This ambivilant condition causes confusion. 3. In a constant attempt to resolve our confusion we assign meaning and importance and create our view of the world around us. We then wrongly assign our creation to others. These three ignorances taken together create bewilderment. It is this bewilderment that produces Samsara. Samsara is just what is from a bewildered view. Without bewilderment Samsara is Nirvana
They were a grunge band from the early 90's.Although they weren't around for more than a few years, because the lead singer/guitarist, Kurt Cobain, commited suicide. Please co…rrect me if I am wrong, but I believe it was about 1994 when he killed himself. April 4th 1994 I believe actually it was April 5th 1994 cause he was discovered by a election on 3 days later on April 8th
In Buddhist philosophy, Nirvana is not actually a place, but a state of being. It is essentially the state of enlightenment in which the individual has found the perfec…t peace of mind and spirit free of desire and suffering. It is a bit more complicated than that, but that is the basic idea.
Kurt Cobain,Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl
Nirvana is two things 1.) It is the state of being free from suffering. It is praised in Indian religions . 2.) A grunge rock band formed in the late 80's and rose to fame in… the early 90's. Formed by the legendary vocalist and guitarist Kurt Cobain.
Everything, Nirvana is not. Anything that can be experienced, Nirvana is not. No object of contemplation, Nirvana is.
Nirvana the band is grunge music. Religious nirvana is wanting freedom from certain emotions.
I think it is Buddhism
the best band of all time. they are a seattle based band, they were big in the early 90s until lead singer Kurt Cobain shot himself in the head in April 1994 he was 27
Nirvana isn't a Jewish concept.
Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic grew up in the same town, and met performing with various acts there. They picked up Dave Grohl later after a few other drummers. Pat Smear, th…eir touring guitarist, found them later and ended up joining Foo Fighters after Kurt died.
Nirvana's influence and legacy has been very eloquently writtenabout by a number of writers. You can read excerpts of this throughthe link provided in related links
Meditation is the path to enlightenment. One begins by choosing a meditation technique, which helps one to become more aware of one's thoughts, feelings, and physical sensatio…ns. Over time, one's awareness grows, and one becomes conscious of deeper and deeper levels of one's being. Finally, the dew drop of the individual "I" drops into the ocean of cosmic consciousness, and enlightenment (or "nirvana") is attained.
Buddhists will definitely attain (not get to, since nirvana is not a realm of existence) Nirvana when they practise the Eightfold Path or the Threefold Training, viz. morality…, concentration, and wisdom. (Nirvana is a state of freedom from all the suffering.)
Nirvana - Nirvana album - was created on 2002-10-29.
Nirvana is defined as a state of no suffering and perfect happiness.