Sakyamuni


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Sakyamuni

(ˌsɑːkjəˈmuːnɪ)
n
(Buddhism) one of the titles of the Buddha, deriving from the name of Sakya where he was born
[Sanskrit, literally: hermit of the Sākya tribe]
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Thou didst return, I saw even now, a follower of Sakyamuni, the Physician, whose altars are many in Bhotiyal.
Located in Malate, this Chinese temple has a main shrine, which houses a white jade statue of the Sakyamuni Buddha.
Genshi bukkyo seiten shiryo niyoru shakuson den no kenkyu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [A Study of the Biography of Sakyamuni Based on the Early Buddhist Scriptural Sources], pt.
The early works of Sakyamuni Buddha, for instance, speak of the nondualistic relationship between the consciousness and the objects of its perception, rejecting the notion of a permanent subject of experience that is distinct from the material world with which it comes in contact.
Specifically, spirit texts emphasise the following eight 'problems': a mistaken understanding of the origins of the Vietnamese people and an inadequate recognition of the primary ancestors; the overuse of votive paper and objects; incorrect performance of traditional rituals to the Mother Goddess; a mistake in dating the death anniversary of Ho Chi Minh; the invalidity of rituals of spirit possession; the pervasive worship of foreign spirits and gods (such as Sakyamuni of Indian Buddhism, Jesus, or Chinese religious figures); inappropriate behaviour towards heroic soldiers who died in war; and the wrong diagnosis and treatment of illnesses caused by spirit entities.
Sakyamuni and Amitabha are themselves Great Fools, are they not?
Una recomendacion universal para el zazen sugiere que se debe prestar atencion al hecho de que incluso el Buda Sakyamuni (17) tuvo que practicar el %a%en (meditacion sentado) durante seis anos.
The broader objective of the symposium was to commemorate and comprehend the life of Sakyamuni Buddha, and through Dhamma to "transcend faiths and cultures," in keeping with the principles articulated in the UNESCO Constitution of promoting peace and security.
The Buddha in turn gave her a prediction, saying to Muni: "In the future, after two incalculable eons and ninety-one [regular] eons you will become a Buddha, called Sakyamuni, endowed with the ten epithets.
A dhammic rationalisation of this inconclusive attitude rests on the claim that Sakyamuni Buddha taught a path that releases from restricting labels.
The Vimalakirti Sutra opens with a large number of laity, bodhisattvas, and various devas and other nonhumans who are gathered in the Amra Gardens to hear Sakyamuni Buddha discuss the dharma.
En esta fase se incluye en Nidanakatha, que sirve de introduccion a las jataka pali y el comentario al Buddhavamsa de Buddhadatta, que recoge los hechos de los veinte primeros anos de ministerio de Sakyamuni.