Hsc Sor: Buddhist Terms

Topics: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Noble Eightfold Path Pages: 2 (586 words) Published: July 9, 2013

Bodhisattva: is anyone who is motivated by compassion and seeks enlightenment not only for him/herself but also for everyone

Dharma: The Universal Truth; The Teachings and the inner practice of the Teachings of Buddha

Dhammapada: A sutra consisting of two sections and 39 chapters, with 423 short verses of the Buddha, teachings given at various times and places. It is regarded as the "original" teaching of the Buddha, which can be used for reference, moral instruction and inspiration.

Eightfold Path: The path that leads to liberation, consisting of right understanding, right aim, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration. Enlightenment: Complete elimination of all negative aspects of the mind and perfection of all positive qualities. Five Precepts: or Five Training Rules:

(1) Undertaking the precept not to kill; (2) Undertaking the precept not to steal; (3) Undertaking the precept not to be involved in sexual misconduct; (4) Undertaking the precept not to have false speech; (5) Undertaking the precept not to indulge in intoxicants that cloud the mind.

Five Skhandas or Five Aggregates, that is, the five components of an intelligent being, or psychological analysis of the mind: (1) Matter or Form - the physical form responded to the five organs of senses, i.e., eye, ear, nose, tongue and body; (2) Sensation or Feeling - the feeling in reception of physical things by the senses through the mind; (3) Perception and/or cognition - the functioning of mind in distinguishing appearances; (4) Volition or Mental Formation - habitual action, i.e., a conditioned response to the object of experience, whether it is good or evil, you like or dislike; 
(5) Consciousness - the mental faculty in regard to perception, cognition and experience;

Four Noble Truths: (1)There is suffering (Dukkha) (2) Suffering has an origin (3) Suffering can cease (4) Follow the...
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