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

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RG ST 31: Tibetan Religions Karma- law of moral cause and effect Rebirth- Three Poisons Three Jewels Buddha Dharma Sangha Three Roots Guru Yidam (Dharma) Protector Three Spiritual Capacities 12 Links of Interdependent Origination 6 Realms Three Spiritual Paths Samsara- “cyclic existence(i.e. reincarnation) Nirvana Four 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 ) 13 th Dalai Lama 14 th Dalai Lama Dalai Lama 5 th Dalai Lama- It was not until the fifth Dalai Lama, Lobsang Gyatso, that Dalai Lamas had no significant political role, and were simply theoretical heads of the Tibetan The fifth Dalai Lama turned the position into a significant symbol in Tibet and strengthened its importance in the government as well. He was the first Dalai Lama to hold both spiritual and temporal powers. He is later to be known as the “Great Fifth” for his accomplishments during his reign. 6 th Dalai Lama Karmapa Panchen Lama Lama Marpa Lotsawa Milarepa Naropa Tilopa Songtsen Gampo Bön/Bönpo RG ST 31 1 Final Review Sheet
Lang Darma Relpachen Shantarakshita Tri Songdetsen- He restored Buddhism to its former status; he endorsed Buddhism. The state

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