Why does craving always lead to suffering according

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How do they answer the questions driving Siddhartha’s search? Why does “craving” always lead to “suffering” according to the insight of Siddhartha’s awakening? Because they are inter related How did he contrast with or reform, Hindu beliefs and practices? Hinduism says we are real but passively real – waves are real because they are part of the earth Buddhism says that nothing is physically world – waves are not permanently real What are the “Three Jewels”? The Buddha – Siddartha after enlightenment The Dharma – all of his collective teachings The Sangha – the community that follows Buddha What are the “three poisons”? Desire Hatred Ignorance Trikaya doctrine, and “dharmakaya”
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Trikaya – three body doctrine Transformation body Perfect-Bliss-Body Law body Be able to compare/contrast Theravada from Mahayana (& Vajrayana) expressions of Buddhism in geographical location, ideal persons, general religious values, primary goals and primary “ways/paths” to enlightenment. Therevada – way of the elders o Southern (Laos, Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Sri Lanka o Ideal Person is full time religious o Conservative religious values o Goal is to become Wise/Enlightened through the 8 fold path Mahayana – large vehicle o Northern (China, Japan, Korea) o
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  • Fall '09
  • StephenSpina
  • Buddhism, fold path, Great Going Forth, large vehicle, Conservative religious values, fulltime religious person

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