AQA GCSE 9-1 BUDDHISM: PRACTISES PART 2

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State how buddhists worship
Chanting: Memorise- share sacred texts
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Mantra recitation: Sequence of sacred syllables, chanted over and over
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Meditation: calms body and mind, chant before hand, mindfulness of body and breath
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State a type of meditation
Samantha- deeper concentration. Mindfulness of breathing feeling all sensations
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State a type of meditation
Vispassana- "insight meditation". True nature of reality- reflect on body and how they are attatched
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State how buddhists worship
Visualisation- tibetan-imagine- deity (medicine Buddha)
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State what Mahayana Buddhists may visualise
Bodhisattvas
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What do Theravada funerals not involve?
does not involve lots of money being spent
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What happens in Theravada funerals instead of lots of money being spent?
instead the family and friends may donate to a worthy cause and transfer the merit to the deceased (transfer karma)
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How is good karma created in Theravada funerals?
good karma is created by donating to a worthy cause is transferred to the dead person to help them have have a good rebirth
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Tibetan tradition is that of what?
"sky burials", in which the body is left in a high place as a gift to the vultures
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In Pure land traditions, the coffin may what?
be placed with the head pointing west, while those assembled chant "Namo Amida Bu" as they process around it
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What is Karma?
is the idea that if you perform skilful actions (helping others) then you will have a more favourable rebirth and if you perform unskilful actions you will not
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What is Karuna?
is one of the 4 sublime states- compassion
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What is Metta?
is one of the 4 sublime states- loving/kindness
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Dalia Lama quote Karma/compassion and loving kindness
"I believe that at every level of society, the ky to a happier and more successful world is the growth of compassion"
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What are Buddhist festivals usually a time for?
joy and celebration
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Buddhist festivals gives Buddhists an opportunity to what?
remember the Buddha's life and his teachings, and an opportunity to meet and practise together
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State a Buddhist festival
Parinivarna- Also known as Buddha day, celebrates the life of the Buddha
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What are the 3 events that is celebrated in Parinvarna?
birth, enlightenment and passing into the final stage of nibbana
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State a Buddhist festival
Wesak: is a Mahayana festival that is celebrated during February to remember the Buddha's passing into parinirvana
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For Buddhists what is the festival Wesak?
it is a chance to reflect on their own future death and to remember friends or relatives who have recently passed away- the idea of impermanence is a real focus of this day
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State one of the five moral precepts
Do not harm life (ahimsa)
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Do not take what is not freely given
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To abstain from the misuse of the senses or sexual conduct
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State one of the five moral precepts
To abstain from wrong speech (gossip)
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State one of the five moral precepts
To abstain from intoxicants that cloud the mind (drugs/alcohol)
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What are the six perfections?
The six perfections are six qualities that express how a Bodhisattva lives, according to Mahayana Buddhists
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State one of the six perfections
wisdom
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meditation
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generosity
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morality
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patience
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energy
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