Buddhism, The Practical, Theatrical, And Its Social Aspects Of Buddhism

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There are three main ideas behind any religion, the practical, theatrical, and its social aspects. Practitioners of Buddhism practice in many varying ways based off their geographical and social conditions.The real practice of any Buddhist is to concern themselves with their spiritual attitude that affects themselves and their community. Meditation is used to refocus the mind to develop a greater mental state. Buddhism can be defined as:the path, and livelihood to practice the spiritual development that leads to the true nature of oneself and reality. The basics of Buddhism: there are no fixed symbols in the religion. Any action has consequences and affects. Buddhism can be attracted to anyone, of any sexuality, race, nationality, wealth, or lifestyle; we know its followers varrie correspondingly. Its main purpose is to teach people to understand its own teachings and to alter their perspectives into something more responsible and truthful, yet positive and overlooking. Though, Buddhism has a code of conduct called the Vinaya; it is the “teachings of the Buddhas on how [people] should conduct themselves”; to provide oneself with more structure and balance on an individual level. The founder of Buddhism is Shakyamuni, who founded it around 1,500 years ago. Over thousands of years Buddhists have developed many ways to practice their religion, this accumulated into the Enlightenment or becoming a Buddha. As a Buddha one can see the world’s true nature, yet understand and

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