STUDY GUIDE - RG ST 31: Tibetan Religions Karma- law of...

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RG ST 31: Tibetan ReligionsKarma- law of moral cause and effectRebirth-Three PoisonsThree JewelsBuddhaDharmaSanghaThree RootsGuruYidam(Dharma) ProtectorThree Spiritual Capacities12 Links of Interdependent Origination6 RealmsThree Spiritual PathsSamsara-“cyclic existence(i.e. reincarnation)NirvanaFour Noble Truths-(1) There is suffering (duhkha)(2) There is a cause (utpanna)(3) There is a cessation (Nirodha)(4) There is a path (Marga)Enlightenment (bodhi)13thDalai Lama14thDalai LamaDalai Lama5thDalai Lama- It was not until the fifth Dalai Lama, Lobsang Gyatso, that Dalai Lamas had nosignificant political role, and were simply theoretical heads of the Tibetan The fifth Dalai Lamaturned the position into a significant symbol in Tibet and strengthened its importance in thegovernment as well. He was the first Dalai Lama to hold both spiritual and temporal powers. Heis later to be known as the “Great Fifth” for his accomplishments during his reign.6thDalai LamaKarmapaPanchen LamaLamaMarpa LotsawaMilarepaNaropaTilopaSongtsen GampoBön/BönpoRG ST 311Final Review Sheet
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Term
Fall
Professor
Hillis
Tags
Buddhism, Mahayana, Dalai Lama, Tibetan Buddhism

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