hum_130_appendix_g - breaking the cycle of rebirth...

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Axia College Material Appendix G Eastern Religion Elements Matrix Hinduism Buddhism Confucianism Daoism Countries of origin India India China, Japan, Korea, East Asia China, Japan, Korea, East Asia Historical figures and events THE cow, Vedic age, Vedic scriptures, 3,000 BC Vedas written, Ramakrishna Guatama Buddha, king Asoka spreads Buddhism, 1905 Buddhism carried to U.S., dalai lama Central beliefs Brahman, liberation from the karmic cycle, yoga, Vedic Achieve nirvana, to follow the ways & teachings of Buddha, the 3 beliefs (pearls), the 4 Nobel truths HUM 130
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Nature of God One god, the creator of the universe, god is infinite No god, belief in
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Unformatted text preview: breaking the cycle of rebirth & achieving enlightenment. Texts Rig Veda, sama Veda, Vajur Veda, Artharva Veda Tripitaka, vinaya, 5 precepts, udana, theravada Ritual and practice (sacred elements & their meaning) Yoga, meditate, fire rituals, music, worship to the dieties, 16 rights to purify & sanctify, puja, cows, sacred hymns, gayatrimantra. Healing rituals, meditation, mantras, Mudras, prayer wheels Ethics and morality Central to orderly social life, incentives to more ethical behavior due to karma, all hold that the ultimate cause of suffering is peoples ignorance of the self. HUM 130...
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