Buddha PDF

Statue av prins Siddharta fra 100- eller 200-tallet. Som ung levde han et bekymringsløst liv i luksus. Siddharta Gautama regnes i dag for å ha vært en faktisk historisk person. Det oppstod likevel tidlig en mengde legender buddha PDF bemerkelsesverdige fortellinger om Buddhas liv.


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Eigene Leiderfahrung und alte Brahmanenweisheit bringen Siddharta-Buddha das Erkennen der höchsten Gottheit. Er, sein Sohn und sein Enkel führen Indien im Wissen vom "Ewigen" zu seiner schönsten Blütezeit.

Buddha blir av sine tilhengere, og av hele den eldste tradisjonen, ikke betraktet som en gud, men som et enestående vesen som ved egen kraft nådde frem til innsikt. Buddha fremstilles på mange måter i billedkunsten. Buddha-bilder lages ofte med stiliserte håndstillinger, som uttrykker forskjellige gester. Han avbildes også liggende, idet han inntrer i nirvana.

Kinesisk tusjmaleri fra Qing-dynastiet som viser vismennene Lao Tse og Konfucius med den unge Buddha. Denne siden ble sist redigert 28. Innholdet er tilgjengelig under Creative Commons-lisensen Navngivelse-Del på samme vilkår, men ytterligere betingelser kan gjelde. Jump to navigation Jump to search For the historical founder of Buddhism, see Gautama Buddha. Seated Buddha, from the Seokguram, Silla. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks or boxes, misplaced vowels or missing conjuncts instead of Indic text.

The goal of Mahayana’s bodhisattva path is Samyaksambuddhahood, so that one may benefit all sentient beings by teaching them the path of cessation of dukkha. There is a broad spectrum of opinion on the universality and method of attainment of Buddhahood, depending on Gautama Buddha’s teachings that a school of Buddhism emphasizes. The level to which this manifestation requires ascetic practices varies from none at all to an absolute requirement, dependent on doctrine. The Tathagatagarba and Buddha-nature doctrines of Mahayana Buddhism consider Buddhahood to be a universal and innate property of absolute wisdom. This wisdom is revealed in a person’s current lifetime through Buddhist practice, without any specific relinquishment of pleasures or „earthly desires“. Buddhists do not consider Gautama to have been the only Buddha. All Buddhist traditions hold that a Buddha is fully awakened and has completely purified his mind of the three poisons of craving, aversion and ignorance.

Most schools of Buddhism have also held that the Buddha was omniscient. However, the early texts contain explicit repudiations of making this claim of the Buddha. In the Pāli Canon, Gautama Buddha is known as being a „teacher of the gods and humans“, superior to both the gods and humans in the sense of having nirvana or the greatest bliss, whereas the devas, or gods, are still subject to anger, fear and sorrow. Tathagata—the supreme man, the superlative man, attainer of the superlative attainment.