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BUDDHATA
AJAHN
AMARAVATI BUDDHIST MONASTERY
AMRIT DESAI
APALALA
BAJRACHARYA
BHIKKHU
BUDDHA FOOTPRINT
BUDDHISM IN THAILAND
DAOJI
DHARMAKIRTI
DHARMA TRANSMISSION
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Buddhata

  1. The Buddhata is an intrinsic 'Buddhahood' common to all life, and it is this that allows people to reach enlightenment.
  2. The Buddhata is the fundamental nature of all reality, an eternal essence that all beings possess, and in virtue of which they can all become buddhas.

Ajahn

  1. Ajahn is a romanisation of the Thai rendition of the Pali word 'acariya', meaning teacher or guide. (Web site)
  2. Ajahn: The Thai word for ‘teacher’ often used as the title of the senior monk or monks at a monastery. (Web site)

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

  1. Amaravati Buddhist Monastery is a centre of teaching and practice. (Web site)
  2. Amaravati Buddhist Monastery is a monastery in the Thai Forest Tradition of the Theravada lineage of Buddhism.

Amrit Desai

  1. Amrit Desai is a guru and yoga master.

Apalala

  1. APALALA is a water dragon from Buddhist legend. (Web site)
  2. Apalala was converted to Buddhism and found contentment. (Web site)
  3. Apalala was de water-draak (naga) van de Swat rivier in India. (Web site)

Bajracharya

  1. A Bajracharya is a Buddist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal.
  2. Bajracharya is a researcher with the Lotus Research Center dedicated to Newar Buddhism and situated in Patan. (Web site)

Bhikkhu

  1. BHIKKHU: A fact is just a fact. (Web site)
  2. BHIKKHU: The Buddha didn't create it. (Web site)
  3. BHIKKHU: The Buddha discovered and made known the path to deliverance. (Web site)
  4. BHIKKHU: The Buddha spoke about sorrow, pain, and insecurity not because he liked them but because he saw them as the key to an understanding of life. (Web site)
  5. BHIKKHU: The Buddha teaches that for our own well-being and the well-being of others we should avoid these classes of occupations. (Web site)

Buddha Footprint

  1. The Buddha footprint is an early representation of the Buddha.
  2. The Buddha footprint is the equivalent to the Christian Churches stained glass window.

Buddhism In Thailand

  1. Buddhism in Thailand is called 'Lanka wong or Lanka sect' aswell.

Daoji

  1. Daoji was arrogant and estranged, upright and honest, and had wild traveling.

Dharmakirti

  1. Dharmakirti is a central figure in the history of Buddhist philosophy. (Web site)
  2. Dharmakirti was undefeated in debate, and in fact defeated many people who held extreme spiritual views and brought them to the teachings of Buddhism. (Web site)

Dharma Transmission

  1. Dharma Transmission: the transmission of Truth or the One Mind from master to disciple heart to heart (i.e. (Web site)
  2. Dharma transmission is the act of passing the Zen or Chan Buddhist doctrine from a master to student. (Web site)

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