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Nature of bondage and liberation in Buddhist systems

Nature of bondage and liberation in Buddhist systems

proceedings of seminar held in 1984

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Published by Nagarjuna Buddhist Foundation, Distributors, Viveka Publications in Gorakhpur, Aligarh, U.P .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nirvana -- Congresses.,
  • Mokṣa -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Karunesh Shukla ; foreword by Biswanarayan Shastri.
    ContributionsŚukla, Karuṇeśa, 1940-, Nāgārjuna Bauddha Pratisṭḥanam., University of Gorakhpur., National Seminar on "Nature of Bondage and Liberation in Buddhist Systems" (1984 : Gorakhpur, India)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBQ4263 .N37 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 152 p. ;
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1834419M
    LC Control Number89906358

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The profound teachings in this book provide the under- standing and instruction necessary to turn every phase of life into an opportunity for uncontrived, natural liberation. Like the Tibetan Book of the Dead, Natural Liberation is a terma, a "hidden treasure" attributed to the eighth-century master Padmasambhava.

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Moksha (/ ˈ m oʊ k ʃ ə /; Sanskrit: मोक्ष, mokṣa), also called vimoksha, vimukti and mukti, is a term in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism for various forms of emancipation, enlightenment, liberation, and release.

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Buddhism developed rigorous methods for refining the attention, and applying that attention to exploring the origins, nature, and role of consciousness in the natural world.

The earliest Buddhist texts viewed consciousness as an important factor in determining the course of human happiness and suffering; liberation and bondage.

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Buddhist Tantra begins where Sutrayana ends: at emptiness. Tantra concerns the realms beyond emptiness, about which mainstream Buddhism (Sutrayana) has nothing to say.

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Book Cover Image (jpg): Abhidhamma Studies. eBook Released on: Novem   Cognition in Samkhya-Yoga. Although occasionally objections can be found to such a view (e.g., Ranganathan, ), the two systems of Samkhya and Yoga are usually seen as strongly related and therefore often treated together, which we also will do system of Samkhya is ascribed to one mythical Kapila, but the earliest works that date back to the second century BCE Cited by: 8.

It is a gradual process of ever-increasing awareness and into the inner workings of reality itself. It takes years, but one day the meditator chisels through that wall and tumbles into the presence of light.

The transformation is complete. It's called liberation, and it's permanent. Liberation is the goal of all buddhist systems of practice. monk, and ended up as a secular Buddhist. This book is a very useful critique of the shortcomings of institutional and religious Buddhism. It, and his “Buddhism Without Beliefs,” enunciate an agnostic alternative to Buddhist religiosity that is well worth adopting.

The author’s re-interpretation of the. Inner liberation. It means that your heart is no longer bound by the uncontrolled, unsubdued, dissatisfied mind, not tied by attachment.

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Moreover, this move has intuitive counterexamples. Numerous normative systems around the world do not put special value on being human, but at least on the surface seem quite noble. According to some Buddhist and Hindu systems, humans can be reincarnated as animals and vice versa. Life is valued, not the particular species it is incarnated in.This banner text can have markup.

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