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The Enlightenment: Buddhism
Transcript of The Enlightenment: Buddhism
Siddhartha Gautama was a significant Buddha during the Enlightenment
He was a significant Buddha by finding the path to Enlightenment
Gautama was led from the pain of suffering and rebirth towards the path of Enlightenment
He became known as the Buddha or as the 'awakened one'.
When did the Buddha for the Enlightenment happen?
According to the Buddhist text, the Buddha took 7 days to be enlightened.
He promised to sit under a tree and meditate until he had reached enlightenment
The Buddha Enlightenment happened during the two time periods 501 AD – 600 AD( the 6th Century ).
Where did the Enlightenment happen? Con't
The Buddha achieved enlightenment at Bodh Gaya
It is a religious site and it's a place of pilgrimage associated with the Mahabodhi Temple Complex in Gaya district in the Indian state of Bihar
The Buddha additionally got enlightened under the tree of Bodhi.
Enlightenment explained in 4 minutes
What is the Buddha Enlightenment ?
The Enlightenment happened on a random day, and the Buddha was seated beneath the Bodhi tree (the tree of awakening) Siddhartha became deeply absorbed in meditation
He reflected on his experience of life, and he determined to penetrate its truth.
He finally achieved Enlightenment and became the Buddha
When Buddhist find the truth about life and stops being reborn it's know as enlightenment.
Buddhists believe a person can become enlightened by following the Middle Way, meaning to Buddhists, the pathway of moderation .
Buddha means someone who has attained Bodhi
By: Grace MacIntosh
Who is the Buddha for the Enlightenment?
How was the Buddha enlightenment significant?
Buddhists believe that on the night of May's full moon the Buddha sat beneath a spreading fig tree and entered a state of deep concentration
In his consciousness in its greatest depths, he saw the difficulty of change, based on instinct responses, such as craving and ill will, that shaped his mind and sowed the seeds of future suffering
Later something had changed and he saw a new vision of existence opened as if he was asleep and just woken
The goal of Buddhism is a state of lasting, unconditional happiness known as enlightenment
They inspire us to take responsibility for our own lives, without moralizing, by understanding cause and effect, karma.
By meditation they believe, we can also remove the negative impressions already accumulated in our mind from former actions.
Compassion and wisdom go as one word.
We all have a mind, and we can all attain liberation and enlightenment by working with our minds.