Tendai and Shingon different sects of Buddhism

Tendai and Shingon different sects of Buddhism - Tendai and...

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Tendai and Shingon different sects of Buddhism Famine disease, destruction, misfortune. This period in Japan Rise of ghosts and spirits, kame o Occur in conjunction with each other. o Shugendo, people who retreat to the mountains o Hijiri - Tendai, Shingon, Shugendo, all different sects of Buddhism. priest forsakes the world builds a little hut 10x10 to carry out life aesthetics, withdrawal from world/life go from community to community to help others forms a connection with Tendai and Shingon. Known as shugendo (aesthetics) To form shugendo, they combine what’s new, Tendai and Shingon, based upon Buddhist texts in a way of understanding the important knowledge of the world. Important teachings of Buddhism is not a replacement for the kame o Archipelago among the people o Avatars for Buddhist deities o Kami, Shinto spirits, are the avatars for the borisofta A Belief in kame is connected to Buddhist doctrine Buddhism not a new belief system but a system that is connected to the belief system of the common land. Around 10
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