Buddhism

This is a religion

Buddism

this is a non theistic religion, teachings came from Gautama Buddha, known as the Buddha

What Buddhism teaches

Buddhism sees life as a process of constant change. Buddhism has developed many ways for working on the mind. Mostly Buddhists practice meditation, which is a way of developing more positive states of mind that are calm, concentration, awareness, and emotions and so on

How many people practice Buddhism and what is the most Buddhist country

Buddhism in the world is practiced by an estimated 488 million. 7% to 8% of the world's total population. China has the largest population of Buddhists

Who first thought of Buddhism

The Buddha is the founder of Buddhism, not thought to be a god but a teacher on how to live your life. The Buddha came up with the four noble truths one day while meditating.

1.truth of dukkha-suffering, anxiety, unsatisfactoriness

2.The truth of the origin of dukkha

3.The truth of the cessation of dukkha

4.The truth of the path leading to the cessation of dukkha

Who first thought of Buddhism (continued)

The Buddha also came up with the 8 fold path which are

1. Right View-Viewing reality as it is, not just as it appears to be

2. Right Intention-Intention of renunciation, freedom and harmlessness

3. Right Speech-Speaking in a truthful and non-hurtful way

4. Right Action-Acting in a non-harmful way

5. Right Livelihood-A non-harmful livelihood

6. Right Effort-Making an effort to improve

7. Right Mindfulness-Awareness to see things for what they are with clear consciousness

8. Right Concentration -Correct meditation or concentration

Information

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