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Understanding of the fundamental convictions of Buddhism
Buddhism arises from Hinduism from Hinduism when Siddharta Gautam. This through his effort reached a state of wisdom and complete sensitivity towards everything that exists.
You are not a Buddhist by birth, or for nationality, for race, nor through a consecration, a baptism or other celebration; is Buddhist for free determination. It was created in 2500 to. C. After Hinduism when the son of Suddhodana leader of a caste of Hinduism that is located in India and Nepal.
Siddharta Gautama, also known as Buddha was born as a human being and aroused his potential. He is the awake, the enlightened one who awakens towards a superior reality and can perceive the true nature of the world. To become a Buddha, Siddharta Gautama left his comfort state, that bubble in which his father had him locked up to see the reality of the world, he realized that in the world there is illness, people in need and death. Gautama underwent a ritual which consists in stopping by feeding and would be dedicated to meditating under a tree until reaching lighting and making other people join him.
Buddhism is a non -theistic philosophical and spiritual doctrine that derives from Brahmanism with ethical behaviors, a worldview and ascetic practices. The worldview is the set of practices and techniques that provide the possibility of knowing and penetrating the ability to transcend.
Theism is a spiritual current, also considered a doctrine that affirms the existence of a creative God of the universe that intervenes in his evolution being independent of all religion. (RAE) Nirvana is the goal of all human efforts, it is the supreme state of happiness and it is to be at peace with suffering.
Fundamental convictions of Buddhism
In addition to the main currents Theravada and Mahaya there are several sects and the dhammcakka ppavattana surrta, the sermon of Benares, which is not only the first Buddha speech is the ideological foundation of all the slopes of the Buddhist doctrine, beyond its different Methodologies There is a center for everything what is sultra, mutual tolerance and the existence of holy wars are the characteristics of Buddhism, a drop of blood has never been spilled to spread the Buddhist principles were imposed only by the force of their structure rational and the conduction of their votes.
In 1891 there was a meeting of Buddhist countries, among which were India, Japan Ceilán, Burma, where a document called ‘fundamental beliefs of Buddhism’ was made, known as containing the fourteen points of Buddhism.
The founder of Buddhism was Siddharta Gautama, also known as Sakyamuni, he lived north of India between the eighth centuries and V before Christ, after leading a life of luxuries and ascetic, it came to have a state of supreme meditation what Makes the Buddha, the enlightened with his sermons, founded a different path of Hinduism to a Buddhist teaching.
Ancient Scriptures are divided into three Vinaya baskets, what are rules of monastic life, which would be sutras or sermons of Buddha and Abhydharma ,, causing each Buddhist school to have its own compilation of Sutra in Pali, Sanskrit, Chinese and Tibetan.
There were three different schools or Buddhist currents that differed in their acute understanding, their philosophy and their discipline.
Theravada in the doctrine of the ancients and was practiced in Siri Lanka, and even in Vietnam, the Mahayana Sri or great vehicle.
It was the historical aspect of Buddhism. Buddhism begins in the seventh century BC, with the birth of Buddha and continues to this day is one of the oldest religions that continue to be practiced in several countries and cultures, their culture of origin was India. Siddartha Gautama was the historical founder of Buddhism, it is believed that he was born in the small republic.
It is celebrated in the Himalayas valleys, it is carried out at the time the full moon enters Tauro. This party is related to the evocation of the spirit of demand throughout humanity, you must have an open channel for the demand to arrive in Shamballa, what is the representative of Buddha this means that it is a blessing for everyone.
The Puja Magha
It is a celebration what is done in February and is a tribute to Buddha and ends with a candle celebration. It serves to eliminate the negative energies of a place so that it among the positive between the initial ascent harmony in the Himalayas.
It is in April and it is the new year lunar the houses are cleaned deeply and people wear new clothes and the Buddha images are washed with water. People get wet for 3 days as a sign of purification and forgiveness of their sins.
It is Buddha’s birthday is the fifteenth day of the sixth lunar month
It is celebrated in July and the entrance of the monkeys of the monastery
The monks contain 3 months to study and meditate.
The monks are authorized to leave the monastery and travel around. The Dalay authorizes them to be in permanent meditation with other people
A full moon day in May the birth and death of Buddhas are commemorated. The houses and the streets illuminate with paper lamps.
The presence of Buddhism in Mexico
During the 21st century, the first arrival of Buddhism was given in Mexico from the migration of Chinese and Koreans merchants who arrived in the country.
Before such current it is believed that Francisco I. Madero is one of the prominent characters of Mexican society that had knowledge and practice of Buddhism.
At that time Buddhism was linked to esotericism and with a series of historical practices so there was a confusion and it was until 1950 that it can be affirmed that Buddhism entered Mexico as a spiritual practice to Mexico. One of the main figures of this time was the great teacher Zen Takataun Master who comes from Japan to teach peasants the cultivation of soybeans and came to have a great impact on the young people’s society of the 60s Mexicans thanks to classes of meditation in the university city.
Today all Mexican Buddhists circulate on the sidewalk that opened at that time later came important figures that contributed to Buddhism in Mexico such as the Suzuki teachers, psychoanalyst Erick Fromm. The arrival of Buddhism in Mexico can be divided into four phases the first when the translations of Buddhist texts in different languages came the second that occurred from the exotic Buddhism that the theosophical society taught and its followers later with the migration of Buddhist people from East and finally that tide of Buddhism in Mexico is introduced.
He found the creation of human communities of Mexican practitioners in the country are a group of people who are assumed as a Buddhist being Mexican and not only practice traditional methods if they do not live with the principles that communicate this path within their daily lives.
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