Where is buddism practiced?
Buddhism is mostly practice in china now it is practice all over the world
buddism is a religion that is practiced in china . Buddism is a religion in China practiced by buddist monks. Buddah is a real person, a prince! I'm not trying to be rasict b…ut in America lots of people dont care for Buddism because its in China! -Lon3wo1f Actually, Buddah is the son of a prince. He believed he had found the meaning of life. Buddah is not his real name either. (Although I forgot his real name!) He knew that in life there was much suffering and wanting things created suffering. He believed you should not ask for much and be at peace with yourself and you won't suffer so much in life. And many Americans believe in Buddism. -Mary A More correct answer to your question is this: In the year 534 BCE, a young Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama (age 29) was deeply troubled about the fact that so many people suffer. So he left his wife and child and renounced his throne to find out the answer to why there was suffering. Now it should be noted when Buddhists speak of suffering this includes dissatisfaction (unhappiness) with the way things are. Siddhartha went to study with various gurus to try to find the answer to his question. Theses gurus had him do various types of yoga and meditation to try to help him with his quest. None of them seem to have an answer to his question though. Siddhartha left these various gurus and joined in with a group of ascetics. Asceticism is a path in which you deprive the body in order to conquer and control the mind. He practiced asceticism fiercely, almost to the point of death. At that point he realized that giving in to pleasure, as he did when he was a prince, nor trying to punish the body, was the proper path to finding the answer. So he sat down and meditated under a pi-pal tree. During this meditation he discovered the root of all suffering and the path to how to overcome suffering and became enlightened. After his enlightenment he meets up with his ascetic friends, who by now were critical of him for leaving the path of asceticism. But he explains to them what he had discovered and they were instantly converted. From there The Buddha taught for 45 years until his death at 85 converting many to his teachings and now Buddhism is the 4 th largest religion in the world practiced in all continents.
Buddhism was originally founded in India by,Siddhartha Gautama,known as Buddha.
In Asia and south Korea mostly because of the killing of most practices and the war
Siddhartha Gautama founded Buddhism in the 6th century BC.
it is the complete opposite of what JESUS likes he wants us to praise him and love him he loves you it does not matter who you are ask for forgiveness
I am Buddist and i know we worship Buddha. Answer: Buddhists worship neither deities or people, There is a reverence and respect given to those who have developed Buddh…ist thought and teaching. These beings however have no power to change fate, manumit ins or grant favors.
Buddhism began in India in the 6th century BC. The founder's name is Siddhattha Gotama. He is referred to as Buddha.
Buddhism is a religion, with no deities and people who beleve in it think that "that the notion that one exists as an isolated entity is an illusion" and that nature can teach… you the truth about reality. for more information,(as where I found the information,) visit the following website: http://www.arcworld.org/faiths.asp?pageID=66
With the cosmopolitan nature of the world today it is likely that Buddhism is practiced almost everywhere. The main bloc of adherents continues to be in Asia.
all over the world
Buddhism developed in Nepal / Northern India around 500BCE based upon the teachings of The Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama.
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Sometimes when I'm asked to describe the Buddhist beliefs, I say this: (1) Everything is connected; (2) Nothing lasts; (3) You are not alone. These first three are rea…lly just a restatement of the traditional Three Marks of Existence: non-self, impermanence, and suffering. The fact that we all suffer means we are all in the same boat, and that's what allows us to feel compassion. (4) Life is full of suffering (5) Suffering exists because of our desires and aversions. (6) There is a state of mind in which suffering ends ( enlightenment ). (7) There is a path to attain this state; That path is called the Eight Fold Path. Items 4 - 7 are the Four Noble Truths. (8) Bodichitta (Loving- Kindness / Compassion) is the first step to enlightenment ( and to solving the world's problems ) (9) The 5 Precepts concisely describe a moral life The 5 precepts are: (1) not to take the life of any sentient being, (2) not to take anything not freely given, (3) to abstain from sexual misconduct and sensual overindulgence, (4) to refrain from untrue speech, and gossip, and (5) to avoid intoxication, which leads to losing mindfulness. (10) Mindfulness of thoughts and actions are the key to wisdom and therefore to the path of enlightenment. Lastly, followers of the Buddha are typicality called Buddhists.
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Maybe 376 million up based in BBC :) Hope it helps :)
Buddha was born into a noble family in Lumbini, an area that todaylies in the South of Nepal. He lived and taught across NorthernIndia and Southern Nepal between 560BCE - 480B…CE. Modern historiansare not in agreement over the precise date of his birth but it wasaround the year 500BCE.
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