Where is buddism practiced?
Buddhism is mostly practice in china now it is practice all over the world
Prince Siddhartha was born about 500 B.C. and the teachings of Buddhism were created in one lifetime.
Seddartha founded Buddism because he wanted to find the end of all human suffering. He realized that the cause of all human suffering is diseire. Wanting something is the cause of suffering, because if you don't get it or if it doesnt come to you, you suffer yourself. -Hope this is better help to y…ou then the other answers. ( Full Answer )
2500 years ago Historians have differing opinions on the precise date of theBuddha's birth but it was around the year 500BCE. He was born intoa noble family in Lumbini, an area that today lies in the South ofNepal.
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 but 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. ( Full Answer )
Buddhism began in India thousands of years ago. It has now spread to nearly every country on earth.
There is no god of Buddhism. However, there are some Buddhists who believe in a variety of gods or goddesses. There are no requirements, either way, though in general it does not acknowledge a "Creator" god, such as Jehovah/Yahweh/Allah. Buddha himself, or Siddartha Guatama, did not claim to be a g…od, or accept worship. ( Full Answer )
- H.H. the Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, India His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is the spiritual and political leader the Tibetan people. -Jan Chozen Bays, USA Jan Chozen Bays, MD, has studied and practiced Zen Buddhism since 1973. - Ven. Norman Fischer, USA Zoketsu Norman Fischer is a poet…, Zen priest and teacher in the Soto Zen lineage of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi. - Blanche Zenkei Hartman, USA Zenkei Blanche Hartman began sitting in 1969 at the Berkeley Zen Center with Sojun Mel Weitsman and in San Francisco with Suzuki-roshi. - Dharma Master Hsin-Tao, Taiwan Dharma Master Hsin Tao is the founder of the Museum of World Religions, the President of The Global Family for Love and Peace, and the founder of the Ling Jiou Mountain Wu-Sheng Monastery on Taiwan's northeastern coast, which now houses nearly 100 nuns and monks. - Ven. Bhikkhuni Kusuma, Sri Lanka The Venerable Bhikkhuni Kusuma pioneered the re-establishment of the female Bhikkhuni Buddhist order. - Ven. Prof. Jinwol Sunim, Korea The Venerable Jinwol Sunim is the President of United Religions Initiative of Korea, Dean of Gwangmyeong Buddhist College in Cheongju, Korea, an Executive Council Member of the World Fellowship of Buddhists, and Professor of Buddhist Studies at the Seoul Graduate School of Buddhism. - Ven. Sayadaw Ashin Nyanissara, Myanmar The Venerable Ashin Nyanissara is a teacher of Buddhism and a humanitarian. - Ven. Khandro Rinpoche, India Venerable Khandro Rinpoche, the daughter of His Holiness Mindrolling Tichen, was born in Kalimpong, India in 1967. - Ven. Phradharmakosajarn, Thailand The Venerable Phradharmakosajarn is Rector of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University (MCU), Regional Ecclesiastical Governor, and Assistant Abbot of Wat Prayoonrawongsawas, Bangkok. - Ven. Karma Lekshe Tsomo, USA Karma Lekshe Tsomo is an Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of San Diego. this is all i know but i think there's more :) ( Full Answer )
In Asia and south Korea mostly because of the killing of most practices and the war
Gods do not exist in Buddhism wherein God means a 'creator', 'destroyer' or a 'supreme being'. That way, Buddhism is Atheistic. The personified images and statues that are worshiped are those of Buddha and/or the Bodhisattva. Buddha means the perfected human spirit who has attained enlightenme…nt ( Bodh ) and Bodhisattva, the one who qualifies as a Buddha but put this attainment on hold to help the other souls in their journey of self-exploration and enlightenment Buddhism teaches to focus and meditate on oneself and not the imaginary God or the heavens. ( Full Answer )
Buddhism originated from India. Siddhartha Gotarma was a wealthy prince who had never seen the outside world. On his 27th bIRTHDAY he left the house and the first four things he saw were: 1. death - a funeral 2. Begger - a poor person :'( 3. age - an old man. 4. pirest - holy man,, :O he went and s…at under a tree t get rid of all the troubes and reached enlightenminet.... ;) ( Full Answer )
well.... to start with there are the five precepts. the first of which is abstein from the taking of life. there are also the four noble truths. the first of these is that craving is the cause of all suffering. if you google what i have mentioned above you will find out much more.... hope this… helped ( Full Answer )
There is no holy city of buddhism. While there are places that many followers of the Buddha make pilgrimages to (such as the place where he woke up or the place where he died), buddhists do not consider any city as more sacred than any other city.
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Theravada is closest to the original teachinsg of the buddha and uses the Pali language, which is closest to the language the Buddha spoke.. Mahayana came several centuries or so later, and places the bodhisattva vow to deliver all sentient beings to enlightenment before oneself gains enligtenment.… In theravada ones own enligtenment is the primary focus. Both emphasise compassion for and the universal suffering of all beings however. ( Full Answer )
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 Buddhist 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.
to put it simple, they believe in: peace, loving, kindness, and wisdom Answer: Buddhisms asic beliefs are the Four Noble truths: . All experience is unsatisfactory . It is unsatisfactory becaue of desire . Desire can be controlled . The control comes throuh the Eightfol Path
In 2010, it is the year 2553 for Buddhists. To convert the Western calendar to the Buddhist one, simply add 543 years. Answer: Buddhists do not have separate year total like Christian, Jewish or ancient Romans. This is due, in part, to the lack of specific date (year) for the Buddha's birth and …in part as the need to pin down ephemeral matters such as a accurate count of the passage of years is not a high priority. Instead they use the year as used in the location in which they live. As the most common system is the "Common Era" notation most Buddhists would refer to it. This is 2010 CE ( Full Answer )
BC 557 one the Hindu prince started the Buddhism, but he was not the god, he just a man who want to know the truth. but he can't find the truth because he did not know about Jesus Christ. So he was found the wrong way and he taught the wrong theory his disciples , and then his disciples ( who believ…e in Buddhism ) they became a Devil. That's why the Buddhism is the wrong religion. ( Full Answer )
Duhka is everywhere *greed and selfishness causes suffering *greed and selfishness can be overcome *greed and selfishness can be ended by following the eight fold path
There is no such thing as fate or destiny in Buddhism. Fate and destiny is connected with something being predestined by a God or other force. In Buddhism there is nothing to believe in. Buddhism has karma which mean all actions has a cause and an effect. What you have done in the past will give you… a specific result at the present or in the future. Nothing more and nothing less. Sometimes people have forgotten past actions or do not understand the consequences of their actions. Therefore the result can be felt as it was predestined by some outer force. But it is merely a lack of understanding of how things actually are. ( Full Answer )
Buddhism began when a former prince named Siddartha Gautama became enlightened after meditating for many years, and developed knowledge about the universe that he shared with everyone.
If brief they are this: The Four Noble Truths, which are: 1) There is suffering (discontentment, unhappiness) in the world 2) There are specific causes of this suffering. 3) There is a state (a mindset, a way of life) where suffering ceases. 4) There is a path (actions, practices) to atta…in this state of freedom from suffering. The Buddha laid out the Eightfold Path as what he described as "the Middle Way" to reach enlightenment. This method is less severe than the path that The Buddha followed and avoids the extremes that he tried and failed at to reach enlightenment. The eightfold path consists of: 1. Right View 2. Right Intention (thought) 3. Right Speech 4. Right Action 5. Right Livelihood 6. Right Effort 7. Right Mindfulness 8. Right Concentration. ( Full Answer )
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 ( Full Answer )
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.
The traditional starting beliefs are the Four Noble Truths, which are; . Suffering exists . Suffering arises from attachment to desires . Suffering ceases when attachment to desire ceases . Freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the Eightfold Path The Eightfold path connects with th…ree qualities, Wisdom, Morality, and Meditation. Each of these three qualities then have paths connected with their effects. Wisdom has two paths. The first is Right View. Right view is the direct experience, rather than an indirect experience. It is your view and not something you have borrowed from others. The second path of Wisdom is the path of Right Thought. This is the non-dual experience where both sides can win and there will be no losers. The next noble eightfold path is connected with the quality of Morality and it has three more paths. Right Speech, Right Action and Right Livelihood. These three paths integrate understanding into the interconnected web of all life. The last three paths are associated with the quality of Meditation, Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, and Right contemplation. These achieve deep harmony where nothing is left out. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Womans are having equal status in Buddhism like men. Buddha himself allowed woman to become monks or to join sangha. In past several woman have achieved enlightenment.
To love all nature and not harm anyone or anything. A large econominal person, is Bhudda!
ask your mum if you can be a buddist then throw a ceromony and your a buddist by the way i think worshipping there god and doing what they do like being a vegetarian is part of it too Answer: A Buddhist can: . Be born into a Buddhist family and maintain the family tradition . Read and learn o…f Buddhism and follow its principles independently . Approach a Buddhist congregation and join them . Accept that we are all Buddhists at heart ( Full Answer )
They believe in reincarnation. Their religion is quite similar to Hinduism when it come to the afterlife. Buddhists believe that when you do the right things throughout your life after you die you reincarnate to the higher social status. You continue to reincarnate until you finally make it to the h…ighest status and then finally nirvana, aka heaven. They worship Buddha, but surprisingly when Buddha was alive he told his followers he was not a god, simply a teacher. ( Full Answer )
I would suggest that a principal similarity between these three traditions is that they are all non-theistic (i.e., they do not make any assertion one way or another about God, in contrast to atheism, which asserts that there is no God). While each of these traditions has deities (divine figures, ar…chetypes or persons), these deities are not regarded as the Creator. Instead, the entire Cosmos (including the illusion of time) is regarded as beginningless. ( Full Answer )
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese , Burmese, Thai, English, the languages of India, French, German etc.
To explain the true nature of all things , thus enable sentientbeings to follow a path to liberation if they wish.
Buddhism developed in Nepal / Northern India around 500BCE based upon the teachings of The Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama.
Worship is a term used in religion to define the relation of the worshipping people towards their god(s). Buddhism has no god(s) so there is no worshipping going on. Buddhists however to revere and respect Buddha for defining the path to enlightenment. As he was simply a man, not a god, this would n…ot be worship. ( Full Answer )
The principal Buddhist Religious Books are the Tripitaka (three baskets or works ) and the Jatakas.
Buddhism teaches morals such as avoiding killing any creature, stealing, adultery, lying, corrupt speech, freed, anger and ignorance it is rooted in the teaching of a man who never claimed to be God (or a god) nor did he claim to be a prophet of God.
I would have to say the Four Noble Truths, which are: 1) There is suffering (discontentment, unhappiness) in the world 2) There are specific causes of this suffering. 3) There is a state (a mindset, a way of life) where suffering ceases. 4) There is a path (actions, practices) to attain this… state of freedom from suffering. ( Full Answer )
The religion and philosophy of Buddhism originated during the lifetime of Siddhartha Guatama, around 500 BCE. He became known as the Buddha, the Enlightened One.
It depends on which religion you are talking about. Buddism is more of a belief system and does not worship a God.
Buddhism doesn't have ten commandments or any for that matter. Its principles are not based on command and control but on suggestions on how to lead one's life more skillfully to avoid pain and suffering of all types. The Eightfold Path is a numerical list of these suggestions but a Buddhist is not …required to live by them. ( Full Answer )
im not sure but i think is called a dharma. same spelling as the hindu's ones as buddhism was founded in india and giving a specific name to the text was never intended
I answer this question in view of ordinary good Buddhist in Thailand which is Hinayana Buddhism and not as a buddhism expert, the Buddhism does not have rigid class or race like India .In general we respect people in our society by seniority both in our social life and in temple, secondly we respect… people who has higher "seela" or morality for example we respect monks and religious persons than normal people. In the past only men who had passed his monkshood would be granted for marriage or would be regarded as full adult. In the temple the monk will respect each other and even respect seniority in years of monkshood than ages, and in this case there is hierarchy of position of monk same as in Christianity in order to take care all the monks and Buddhism according to the principles of Buddhism and present social life. ( Full Answer )
God Buddha is the creator of the Buddhism religion but he was a Gayman! He spent his days in the forest away from people wanking all day & when any one would try and speak with him he would folds his legs and pretend to meditate to avoid confrontation.
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 really just a restatement of the traditional Three Marks of Existence: non-self, impermanence, and suffering. The fact that we a…ll 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. ( Full Answer )
There is none. Unlike many Christian churches, in which there is a hierarchy of responsibility and control, Buddhism has no overall structure or central church. There are different Buddhist traditions, called lineages, such as Tibetan Buddhism, or Theravada Buddhism, Zen Buddhism, etc, but each lin…eage might or might not have a Lineage Master (like the Dalai Lama, who is the Lineage Master for the Gelug tradition of Tibetan Buddhism). To explain this you need to understand how Buddhism is taught. Buddhist masters are monks who have learned the teachings sufficiently and has the ability to speak authoritatively about the teachings. They have received permission to do this from their master. This permission is called being given transmission . The monk could then go to another area, open a monastery and then teach others. If one of his monks then learns the teachings sufficiently, the new master could give transmission to his student, and the cycle continues. Please note that learning the teachings of the Buddha is not memorization, these masters must completely understand and be able to explain the teachings in their own words. So Buddhism has a very diffuse structure. ( Full Answer )
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 - 480BCE. Modern historiansare not in agreement over the precise date of his birth but it wasaround the year 500BCE.
There is no specific rule against pork. Practicing Buddhists doabstain from killing, however. Some Buddhists see the chain ofcausation between the purchase of meat and the killing of animals,and thus are vegetarian. The Chinese version of the Vinaya , the rules for monks and nuns, forbids the eating…of meat. ( Full Answer )
Prince Siddartha Gautama is the founder of Buddhism. He wanted toteach people how to overcome suffering.