Zen Buddha's Life

Zen Buddha's Life - Zen Buddhism Professor Todd Lewis...

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Zen Buddhism Professor Todd Lewis College of the Holy Cross
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Session 1 TOPICS: The Buddha f f Basic Buddhist Doctrines
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Zen Buddhism Japanese “Zen” 1200 CE Chinese: Ch’an CREATED 600 CE Sanskrit: Dhyāna “Meditation” “Buddhism” Tradition associated with Buddha, sage of ancient India [560 BCE - 480 BCE ] “Buddhist School of Meditation”
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Buddhists define themselves: Three Jewels/Refuges= Buddha THE SAGE Dharma HIS TEACHINGS Sangha HIS COMMUNITY
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Buddha “one who has awakened”
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Four Passing Sights: Old, Sick, Dead, Shramana
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Studying with Shramana Teachers Wanderers Dwelling in Forests Yoga and Trance Meditation
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Extreme Asceticism
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Temptations of Mara
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Parinirvana
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Stupa: Buddhist Reliquary
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Refuge II: Sangha
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2009 for the course RELS 311 taught by Professor Lewis during the Spring '09 term at Holy Cross (MA).

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