Buddhism Gallery Walk
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- 1. OriginsWhen? 520 BCWhere? Create a short news report claiming of a Northeastern new religion in India. India
2. Origins How?Who?About 2500 years ago, a prince named SiddharthaGautama began to question his sheltered, luxurious life in the palace. He left the palace and saw four sights: a sick man, an old man, a dead manSiddhartha and a monk.These sights are said to have shown him that even aprince cannot escape illness, suffering and death.GautamaThe sight of the monk told Siddhartha to leave his lifeas a prince and become a wandering holy man,seeking the answers to questions like "Why mustpeople suffer?" "What is the cause of suffering?" A dog is not considered a Siddartha spent many years doing many religious practices such as praying, meditating, and fasting good dog because he is a until he finally understood the basic truths of life. This good barker. A man is not realization occurred after sitting under a Poplar-fig considered a good man tree in Bodh Gaya, India for many days, in deep because he is a good talker. meditation. He gained enlightenment, or nirvana, and - Buddha was given the title of Buddha, which means Enlightened One. 3. Beliefs Four Noble Truths1. Human life has a lot of suffering (dukkha). 2. The cause of suffering is greed. 3. There is an end to suffering. 4. The way to end suffering is to follow the Middle Path. Why do people suffer? 4. TheBeliefsThe right belief Eightfold Path The right meditation The right values and attitudes The right mindfulness The right speech The right effort The right action The right work 5. Set in motion the wheel of Dharma- BuddhaWhat does this quote mean? Is Buddhism atheistic, monotheistic, or polytheistic? Justify your answer. 6. The Faces of BuddhaMedicine Buddha - Medicine Buddha, the Supreme Healer (Sangye Menla in Tibetan) is considered a Laughing Buddha - The Buddhist figure named powerful method not only for healing and increasing Hotei or Pu-Tai is better healing powers both for oneself and others, but also known as the jolly for overcoming the inner sickness of attachment, Laughing Buddha. In hatred, and ignorance. It is believed that meditating China, he is known as on the Medicine Buddha can help decrease physical the Loving or Friendly and mental illness and suffering. One. He has become incorporated into Buddhist & Shinto culture and is based on an eccentric Chinese Chan (Zen) monk who lived over 1,000 years ago. 7. The Faces of BuddhaThe Five Dhyani Buddhas are a central feature of Tibetan Buddhist belief and imagery. They are often found in Tibetan mandalas and thangkas. Each Buddha is believed to be capable of overcoming a particular evil with a particular good, and each has a complete system of iconographic symbolism. Gautama Buddha is the key figure in Buddhism, and accounts of his life are believed by Buddhists to have been summarized after his death and memorized by his followers. Various collections of teachings attributed to Gautama were passed down by oral tradition, and first committed to writing about 400 years later. 8. Gods?!?The Buddha is our only Master Buddha said, Dont worship me as a God. Create a 4-line poem explaining why you worship Buddha. 9. Smells like Teen Spirit NirvanaReaching Enlightenment The state of being free from suffering and the cycle of re-birth. Freedom from all worldly concerns such as greed, hate, & ignorance. Create a Diary Entry: Dear Diary, I just reached Nirvana... 10. Three Baskets What the Torah is to Judaism, the New Testament to Christianity, and the Koran to Islam, so are the Three Baskets to Buddhism. They form the foundation of the written word or dharma. Before the teachings were written down, some five hundred years after the time of Siddhartha, the Buddha, the teachings were memorized and taught orally. The earliest writings of the texts were on long, narrow leaves, sewn together on one side and bound in bunches, then stored in baskets; therefore the origin of the name, the Three Baskets. 11. Vinaya Pitaka Three Baskets Sutta Pitaka Abhidhamma Pitaka (Discipline Basket) (Discourse Basket) (Philosophy Basket) The first basket, the Vinaya The second basket, the Sutta The third basket, the Pitaka, explains and analyzes Pitaka, is similar to a Abhidhamma Pitaka, which the rules set forth for the transcription of the means further or special monks and nuns to follow in conversations between the teachings, is a systematic their monastic life. The Buddha and the monks and philosophical and sometimes several hundred regulations nuns, the Buddhas sermons scientific description of the are concerned with basic and verbal discourses and nature of mind, matter and morality, but include details teachings. Additional time. on robe-making, monk and information about the Suttas nun interaction, and other (Pali) or Sutras (Sanskrit) are Do you think the original essentials for successful life discussed under those titles. teachings are the same as in the sangha. Buddhist teachings today?