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2710 Sat 11 Aug 2018 LESSON (51) Sat 11 Aug 2007 Do Good Be Mindful - Awakened One with Awareness (AOA) In Wisdom From World Religions Spiritual wisdom from around the globe for Welfare, Happiness and Peace for All Societies. Helps you enrich your life with the religious and spiritual wisdom of the world’s great faith traditions to attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal. WHAT YOU’LL LEARN This course seeks to give clear and inspiring answers to many of life’s big questions: • What clues do science and the world’s religions give about the meaning and purpose of life? • Is science the ultimate guide to the deepest truth of life? • Why do the many world religions offer such different pictures of the meaning of life? • What practices can bring God, or a divine reality, into your own experience? • Is death the end of life?
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2710 Sat 11 Aug 2018 LESSON (51) Sat 11 Aug 2007  

Do Good Be Mindful  -  Awakened One with Awareness (AOA)

In Wisdom From
World Religions

Spiritual wisdom from around the globe for Welfare, Happiness and Peace for All Societies.

Helps you enrich your life with the
religious and spiritual wisdom of the world’s great faith traditions to attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal.



WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

This course seeks to give clear and inspiring answers to many of life’s big questions:

• What clues do science and the world’s religions give about the meaning and purpose of life?



• Is science the ultimate guide to the deepest truth of life?


• Why do the many world religions offer such different pictures of the meaning of life?


• What practices can bring God, or a divine reality, into your own experience?


• Is death the end of life?

Sign up by August 12 to begin this spiritual journey.


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August 13, 2018

Do Good Be Mindful - Awakened One with Awareness (AOA)


WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

This course seeks to give clear and inspiring answers to many of life’s big questions:

• What clues do science and the world’s religions give about the meaning and purpose of life?

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what is Buddhism?must watch only religion that goes with modern science.part 1
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s it god who all controls or it;s up to you…….you will understand
What is Buddhism?


Buddhism is a religion to about 300 million people around the world.
The word comes from ‘budhi’, ‘to awaken’. It has its origins about 2,500
years ago when Siddhartha Gotama, known as the Buddha, was himself
awakened (enlightened) at the age of 35.

• Is Buddhism a Religion?


To many, Buddhism goes beyond religion and is more of a philosophy or
‘way of life’. It is a philosophy because philosophy ‘means love of
wisdom’ and the Buddhist path can be summed up as:

(1) to lead a moral life,
(2) to be mindful and aware of thoughts and actions, and
(3) to develop wisdom and understanding.

• How Can Buddhism Help Me?


Buddhism explains a purpose to life, it explains apparent injustice and
inequality around the world, and it provides a code of practice or way
of life that leads to true happiness.

• Why is Buddhism Becoming Popular?


Buddhism is becoming popular in western countries for a number of
reasons, The first good reason is Buddhism has answers to many of the
problems in modern materialistic societies. It also includes (for those
who are interested) a deep understanding of the human mind (and natural
therapies) which prominent psychologists around the world are now
discovering to be both very advanced and effective.

• Who Was the Buddha?


Siddhartha Gotama was born into a royal family in Lumbini, now located
in Nepal, in 563 BC. At 29, he realised that wealth and luxury did not
guarantee happiness, so he explored the different teachings religions
and philosophies of the day, to find the key to human happiness. After
six years of study and meditation he finally found ‘the middle path’ and
was enlightened. After enlightenment, the Buddha spent the rest of his
life teaching the principles of Buddhism — called the Dhamma, or Truth —
until his death at the age of 80.

• Was the Buddha a God?

He was not, nor did he claim to be. He was a man who taught a path to enlightenment from his own experience.

• Do Buddhists Worship Idols?


Buddhists sometimes pay respect to images of the Buddha, not in
worship, nor to ask for favours. A statue of the Buddha with hands
rested gently in its lap and a compassionate smile reminds us to strive
to develop peace and love within ourselves. Bowing to the statue is an
expression of gratitude for the teaching.
• Is Buddhism Scientific?


Science is knowledge which can be made into a system, which depends
upon seeing and testing facts and stating general natural laws. The core
of Buddhism fit into this definition, because the Four Noble truths
(see below) can be tested and proven by anyone in fact the Buddha
himself asked his followers to test the teaching rather than accept his
word as true. depends more on understanding than faith
what is Buddhism part 2 [science discovered ]real truth,only religion that goes with science,http://youtu.be/dku88rM73zE
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nly religion that goes with science must watch you will understand ,what is real truth,
is it god who all controls or it;s up to you…….you will understand
What is Buddhism?


Buddhism is a religion to about 300 million people around the world.
The word comes from ‘budhi’, ‘to awaken’. It has its origins about 2,500
years ago when Siddhartha Gotama, known as the Buddha, was himself
awakened (enlightened) at the age of 35.

• Is Buddhism a Religion?


To many, Buddhism goes beyond religion and is more of a philosophy or
‘way of life’. It is a philosophy because philosophy ‘means love of
wisdom’ and the Buddhist path can be summed up as:

(1) to lead a moral life,
(2) to be mindful and aware of thoughts and actions, and
(3) to develop wisdom and understanding.

• How Can Buddhism Help Me?


Buddhism explains a purpose to life, it explains apparent injustice and
inequality around the world, and it provides a code of practice or way
of life that leads to true happiness.

• Why is Buddhism Becoming Popular?


Buddhism is becoming popular in western countries for a number of
reasons, The first good reason is Buddhism has answers to many of the
problems in modern materialistic societies. It also includes (for those
who are interested) a deep understanding of the human mind (and natural
therapies) which prominent psychologists around the world are now
discovering to be both very advanced and effective.

• Who Was the Buddha?


Siddhartha Gotama was born into a royal family in Lumbini, now located
in Nepal, in 563 BC. At 29, he realised that wealth and luxury did not
guarantee happiness, so he explored the different teachings religions
and philosophies of the day, to find the key to human happiness. After
six years of study and meditation he finally found ‘the middle path’ and
was enlightened. After enlightenment, the Buddha spent the rest of his
life teaching the principles of Buddhism — called the Dhamma, or Truth —
until his death at the age of 80.

• Was the Buddha a God?

He was not, nor did he claim to be. He was a man who taught a path to enlightenment from his own experience.

• Do Buddhists Worship Idols?


Buddhists sometimes pay respect to images of the Buddha, not in
worship, nor to ask for favours. A statue of the Buddha with hands
rested gently in its lap and a compassionate smile reminds us to strive
to develop peace and love within ourselves. Bowing to the statue is an
expression of gratitude for the teaching.
• Is Buddhism Scientific?


Science is knowledge which can be made into a system, which depends
upon seeing and testing facts and stating general natural laws. The core
of Buddhism fit into this definition, because the Four Noble truths
(see below) can be tested and proven by anyone in fact the Buddha
himself asked his followers to test the teaching rather than accept his
word as true. Buddhism depends more on understanding than faith
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The Scientific Power of Meditation
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Colzato, L.S., A. Ozturk, and B. Hommel, Meditate to create: the impact
of focused-attention and open-monitoring training on convergent and
divergent thinking. Frontiers in Psychology, 2012. 3(116): p. 1-5.


Davidson, R.J., et al., Alterations in brain and immune function
produced by mindfulness meditation. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2003. 65: p.
564-570.

Goyal, M., et al., Meditation programs for
psychological stress and well-being a systematic review and
meta-analysis. JAMA Internal Medicine, 2011. 174(3): p. 357-368.


Farb, N.A.S., et al., Minding one’s emotions: mindfulness training
alters the neural expression of sadness. Emotion, 2010. 10(1): p. 25-33.
9. Kerr, C.E., et al., Effects of mindfulness meditation
training on anticipatory alpha modulation in primary somatosensory
cortex. Brain Research Bulletin, 2011. 85: p. 96-103.

Ditto, B.,
M. Eclache, and N. Goldman, Short-term autonomic and cardiovascular
effects of mindfulness body scan meditation. Annals of Behavioral
Medicine, 2006. 32: p. 228-234.

Epel, E., et al., Can meditation
slow rate of cellular aging, cognitive stress, mindfulness, and
telomeres. Longevity, regeneration, and optimal health, 2009. 1172: p.
34-53.

Kilpatrick, L.A., et al., Impact of mindfulness-based
stress reduction training on intrinsic brain connectivity. NeuroImage,
2011. 56: p. 290–298.

Ospina, M.B., et al., Clinical trials of
meditation practices in health care:characteristics and quality. The
Journal of Alternative And Complementary Medicine, 2008. 14(10): p.
1199–1213.

Yu, X., et al., Activation of the anterior prefrontal
cortex and serotonergic system is associated with improvements in mood
and EEG changes induced by Zen meditation practice in novices.
International Journal of Psychophysiology, 2011. 80: p. 103-111.


Hölzel, B.K., et al., Mindfulness practice leads to increases in
regional brain gray matter density. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging,
2011. 191: p. 36-43.

Luders, E., et al., The unique brain anatomy
of meditation practitioners: alterations in cortical gyrification.
frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2012. 6(34): p. 1-9.

Hasenkamp,
W. and L.W. Barsalou, Effects of meditation experience on functional
connectivity of distributed brain networks. frontiers in Human
Neuroscience, 2012. 6(38): p. 1-14.

Carlson, L.E., et al.,
Mindfulness-based cancer recovery and supportive-expressive therapy
maintain telomere length relative to controls in distressed breast
cancer survivors.
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Zen Monks - Advice to improve human lifestyle.
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10 Signs of Highly Intelligent People | Tamil
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Published on Jun 24, 2018
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The Life of the Buddha animation.divx
lathrios
Published on Oct 17, 2011
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddhist_texts

Buddhist texts were initially passed on orally by monks, but were later written down and composed as manuscripts in various Indo-Aryan languages
which were then translated into other local languages as Buddhism
spread. They can be categorized in a number of ways. The Western terms
“scripture” and “canonical” are applied to Buddhism in inconsistent ways by Western scholars: for example, one authority[1] refers to “scriptures and other canonical texts”, while another[2]
says that scriptures can be categorized into canonical, commentarial
and pseudo-canonical. Buddhist traditions have generally divided these
texts with their own categories and divisions, such as that between Buddhavacana “word of the Buddha,” many of which are known as “Sutras,” and other texts, such as Shastras (treatises) or Abhidharma.

These religious texts were written in many different languages
and scripts but memorizing, reciting and copying the texts were of high
value. Even after the development of printing, Buddhists preferred to
keep to their original practices with these texts.[3]

Buddhavacana

Traditional criteria

According
to Donald Lopez, criteria for determining what should be considered
buddhavacana were developed at an early stage, and that the early
formulations do not suggest that Dharma is limited to what was spoken by the historical Buddha.[4] The Mahāsāṃghika and the Mūlasarvāstivāda considered both the Buddha’s discourses, and of his disciples, to be buddhavacana.[5] A number of different beings such as buddhas, disciples of the buddha, ṛṣis, and devas were considered capable to transmitting buddhavacana.[6] The content of such a discourse was then to be collated with the sūtras, compared with the Vinaya, and evaluated against the nature of the Dharma.[7][8] These texts may then be certified as true buddhavacana by a buddha, a saṃgha, a small group of elders, or one knowledgeable elder.[9][10]

In Theravada Buddhism

In Theravada Buddhism, the standard collection of buddhavacana is the Pāli Canon.

Some scholars believe that some portions of the Pali Canon and Agamas could contain the actual substance of the historical teachings (and possibly even the words) of the Buddha.[note 1][note 2]


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Guru Nanak - Religions of the World (Sikhism)

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One part about Guru Nanak from an old animated TV series “Religions of the World: Our World Faiths Animated (1998)”.


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around the world, this highly acclaimed animated series from the BBC
captures the essence and basic tenets of eight religions—Christianity,
Judaism, Islam, Sufism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Confucianism.
Each 15-minute segment (Buddhism and Hinduism are 30 minutes each)
offers easy-to-grasp stories through soothing characters, pleasant and
culturally significant music, and a mixture of cel animation, paintings,
and Claymation. Though appropriate for all ages, this artistically
valid series is a great way to capture the interest and enthusiasm of
younger students.”

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The Life of Christ animation.divx

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Published on Oct 17, 2011
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