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Arhat A Buddhist that has become enlightened, with no desires.
4 Noble Truths 1.Dhukka- pain and suffering, 2. Tanha - suffering is caused by desire, 3. End suffering by ending desire, 4. end desire by following 8-fold path
Siddhartha Founder of Buddhism, white elephant at birth
Satori Emptiness of mind, Clearer thought
Bodhisattva Mahayana for potential Buddha, postpones enlightenment, compassion for all
Nirvana Calm, bliss, released from karma
Parinirvana complete extinction
Samsara this world of pain and suffering
8-fold path 1. right belief, 2. right purpose, 3, right speech, 4. right action, 5. right occupation, 6. right effort, 7. right mindfullness 8. right concentration
mahayana newest form of buddhism
conciousness only all is mind human on a micro scale like the universe on macro scale
school of the void emptiness, against uncritical reliance on the senses
Tripitaka 1. Vinaya discipline, 2. sutta/sermon, 3. Abhidhamma/higher teachings
5 precepts 1. no killing, 2. no stealing, 3. no sensuality, 4. no lying, 5. no intoxicants
Theravada Buddha is niether god nor man, traditional buddhist
trikaya 3 body doctrine of the bhudda, 1. dharma, 2. sambhaga, 3. nirmana
sambhaga body of bliss (3 body doctrine)
nirmana transformation body (3 body dotrine)
Dharma Trust body (3 body doctrine)
Karuna compassion for fellow human beings
Created by: chrisandchill
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