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 +======= Buddha =======
 +
 +Buddha
 +
 +Who is the Buddha?
 +
 +There are many ways to describe who the Buddha is, according to different ways of understanding. These various interpretations have their sources in the Buddha’s teachings ([[Dharma]]).
 +
 +One way is to see the [[historical Buddha]] who lived 2,500 years ago as a human being who cleansed his [[mind]] of all [[defilements]] and developed all his potential. Any being who does likewise is also considered a Buddha, for there are many [[Buddhas]],​ not just one. 
 +
 +Another way is to understand a particular Buddha or [[Buddhist]] [[deity]] as [[omniscient]] [[mind]] manifesting in a certain physical aspect ([[nirmana kaya]]) in order to communicate with us.
 +
 +Yet another way is to see the Buddha -- or any of the [[enlightened]] [[Buddhist deities]] -- as the appearance of the [[future Buddha]] that we will become once we properly and completely have engaged in the [[path]] ([[marga]]) to cleanse our mind of [[defilements]] and develop all our potentials.
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 +[[Buddha]] ​
 +
 +In the [[heaven]]s above and the [[earth]] below
 +there is no one like the [[Buddha]]. ​
 +No one in the [[world]]s of the [[ten directions]] [[Equal]]s him. 
 +I have seen every[[thing]] in the [[world]],
 +and [[nothing]] compares with the [[Buddha]]. ​
 +([[UW]] 27)
 +
 +[[Buddha]] [[means]] [[awaken]]ed or [[Enlightened One]]. It is a title which is applied to
 +those who have reached [[Perfect Enlightenment]] ([[Anuttara Samyak Sambodhi]]) and
 +who have [[perfect]] [[wisdom]] and [[Universal]] [[compassion]]. The [[Buddha]] of the [[present]]
 +[[historical]] period is [[know]]n as the [[Buddha]] [[Shakyamuni]] (see [[Shakyamuni]]
 +([[Buddha]])*). There were also [[Buddha]]s prior to his [[time]] ; there were and are
 +[[Buddha]]s in [[other]] [[world system]]s ([[See Also]] [[world system]]); and there will be
 +[[Buddha]]s in the [[future]] both in our [[world system]] and in [[other]]s.
 +
 +In the [[present]] [[historical]] period "​[[Small Vehicle]] ([[Lesser Vehicle]]) [[Buddhism]] (see [[Mahayana]] and
 +[[Hinayana]] compared*) only [[recognize]]s one [[Buddha]], [[Shakyamuni]],​ and does not
 +ac[[knowledge]] [[other]] [[Buddha]]s in the [[world system]]s of the [[other]] [[direction]]s... Is
 +it [[true]] that there are no [[other]] [[Buddha]]s since they say that there are no
 +[[other]]s? No. If they [[recognize]] the [[other]] [[Buddha]]s throughout the [[ten]]
 +[[direction]]s,​ then those [[Buddha]]s [[exist]], but if they do not [[recognize]] those
 +[[Buddha]]s,​ those [[Buddha]]s no[[net]]heless still [[exist]]. The [[Buddha]]s of the [[ten]]
 +[[direction]]s are one with [[Shakyamuni]] [[Buddha]], and so it is said, 'The [[Buddha]]s
 +of the [[ten directions]] and the [[Three]] periods of [[time]] share a single [[Dharma]]
 +[[body]].'"​ ([[UW]] Ch40 25-26)
 +
 +"Who is the [[Buddha]]? The [[Buddha]] is the [[Great]]ly [[enlightened]] One. His [[Great]]
 +[[enlightenment]] is an [[Awakening]] concerning all [[thing]]s, without a single bit of
 +[[confusion]]. A [[true]] [[Buddha]] is without [[karmic]] [[obstacle]]s and has [[transcend]]ed
 +[[emotion]]al responses. [[living beings]], on the [[other]] [[hand]], are [[attached]] to
 +[[emotion]]s and [[world]]ly [[love]]."​ ([[AS]] 2)
 +
 +"You still don't [[know]] who the [[Buddha]] is? I will tell you. You are the
 +[[Buddha]]. 'Then why don't I [[know]] it?' you ask. Your not [[know]]ing is just the
 +[[Buddha]]. But this is not to say that you have already [[become]] a [[Buddha]]. You
 +are as yet an un[[realize]]d [[Buddha]]. You should [[understand]] that the [[Buddha]]
 +became a [[Buddha]] from the [[level]] of [[being]] an [[ordinary]] [[person]]. [[living beings]]
 +have the ability to [[cultivate]] and [[become]] [[Buddha]]s. A [[Buddha]] is an [[enlightened]]
 +One; therefore, when a [[human]] [[being]] [[become]]s [[fully enlightened]],​ he's a [[Buddha]]
 +too." ([[AS]] 4-5)
 +
 +"When someone [[hear]]d it said that the [[Buddha]] is [[living beings]] and [[living]]
 +[[beings]] are the [[Buddha]], he became really [[de[[light]]ed. After that, he told
 +everyone to call him '​[[Buddha]]'​. '​Don'​t call me by my [[name]], just call me
 +[[Buddha]], be[[cause]] [[living beings]] are [[Buddha]]s!'​ Then some [[people]] started calling
 +him '​[[Buddha]]',​ but be[[cause]] there were [[other]]s who did not, he became irate and
 +said, 'I told you to call me [[Buddha]]. Why aren't you calling me [[Buddha]]? I'm
 +going to [[give]] you a hard [[time]]!'​ Then someone said to him, 'The [[Buddha]] is
 +[[kind]]. In his [[heart]] there is [[compassion]] for all [[living beings]]; he doesn'​t get
 +[[angry]] or afflicted. If you were a [[Buddha]] , you would not have a temper or
 +any [[affliction]]s. Be[[cause]] you still have a temper and [[affliction]]s,​ you still
 +are an [[ordinary]] [[living]] [[being]].'"​ ([[FAS]] Ch7 33).
 +
 +[[eight]] [[aspect]]s of the [[path]] of [[Buddha]]s*
 +
 +In all [[world system]]s the careers of all [[Buddha]]s share the
 +
 +following [[eight]] [[aspect]]s:​
 +
 +1) Descending from the [[Tushita Heaven]]
 +2) [[enter]]ing the [[Womb]]
 +3) Emerging from the [[Womb]]
 +4) Leaving the home-[[life]]
 +5) [[subduing]] [[Mara]]
 +6) [[becoming]] a [[Buddha]]
 +7) Turning the [[Great]] [[Wheel of Dharma]]
 +8) [[enter]]ing [[Nirvana]].
 +
 +"​[[Shakyamuni]] [[Buddha]]
 +
 +_For [[Three]] [[Asankhyeya]] [[kalpa]]s [[cultivate]]d [[Blessings]] and [[wisdom]],​_
 +_For a [[hundred]] [[kalpa]]s [[perfect]]ed [[mark]]s and [[character]]istic]]s. ​
 +
 +It took him that long in the past so that in this [[life]] he could 'at mid[[night]]
 +see a [[bright]] star and [[awaken]] to the [[way]]'​. If he hadn't [[cultivate]]d before, he
 +wouldn'​t have been able to do it ." ([[FAS-P]]II]](1) 234-5)
 +
 +1) [[Chinese]]:​ fo , fo to , fo to ye ; 2) [[Sanskrit]]:​ [[Buddha]], 3) [[Pali]]: [[Buddha]]; 4) Alternate
 +[[translation]]s:​ [[awaken]]ed One, [[fully enlightened]] One.
 +
 +[[See Also]]: [[enlightenment]],​ [[Bodhi]], [[Shakyamuni]] ([[Buddha]]),​ [[Ten Titles of a Buddha]]
 +
 +[[BTTS References]]:​ [[LY]] I 13, [[DFS]] VI 1124-5, 1131; TD 26-27; [[VS]] 141-142; [[DFS]]
 +Ch2, 8,9; [[UW]] 25-26; [[FAS]] Ch24 20-22ff, 58-60; [[FAS]]-
 +
 +PI 149-150, 155; [[FAS]] Ch7 3-5, 14-15, 33-34; [[SS]] II]] 166-167; [[AS]] 2-5.
 +
 +
 +Fair Use Source: [[Ron Epstein]], [[Buddhism A to Z]], 2003: pp. 31 - 32
 +
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 +
 +**Buddha** ([[Skt.]] //Buddha//; [[Tib.]] [[སངས་རྒྱས་]],​ //​[[Sangyé]] or [[Sangye]] //; [[Wyl.]] //sangs rgyas//), usually refers to [[Shakyamuni Buddha]], the Indian prince [[wp>​Gautama Siddhartha]],​ who reached [[enlightenment]] in the sixth century B.C., and who taught the spiritual path followed by millions all over Asia, known today as [[Buddhism]]. Buddha, however, also has a much deeper meaning. It means anyone who has [[completely awakened]] from [[ignorance]] and opened to his or her vast potential for [[wisdom]]. A Buddha is one who has brought a final end to [[suffering]] and frustration and discovered a lasting and [[deathless]] happiness and peace.
 +
 +===== Etymology =====
 +The Tibetan term for Buddha, སངས་རྒྱས་,​ //​Sangyé//,​ is explained as follows:
 +
 +>​སངས་,​ //Sang// means ‘awakening’ from the sleep of ignorance, and ‘purifying’ the darkness of both [[emotional obscurations]] and [[cognitive obscurations]]. ​
 +>​[[རྒྱས་པ་ རྒྱས་]],​ //Gyé// means ‘opening’,​ like a blossoming lotus flower, to all that is knowable, and ‘developing’ the [[wisdom of omniscience]]—the knowledge of the true nature of things, just as they are, and the knowledge of all things in their multiplicity.
 +
 +The //[[Seventy Verses on Taking Refuge]]// says:
 +
 +>One who sleeps no more in ignorance,
 +>And in whom genuine wisdom is brought forth,
 +>Has truly awoken as an awakened buddha,
 +>Just as one wakes from ordinary sleep.
 +
 +As it says, ‘awakened’ means that ending the slumber of ignorance is like waking from sleep. And:
 +
 +>Their minds have opened to all that is knowable,
 +>And they have overcome the tight seal of delusion,
 +>So the awakened have blossomed like lotus flowers.
 +
 +As it says, they are like ‘blossoming’ lotus petals in the sense that through their genuine wisdom they have overcome the tendency to ‘shut down’ through lack of knowledge, and their minds are open to all that can be known.
 +
 +===== Kayas & Wisdoms =====
 +[[Image:​Samantabhadra.jpg thumb The [[Dharmakaya]] Buddha [[Samantabhadra]]
 +Buddhas are spoken of in terms of the kayas and wisdoms.
 +
 +==== Three Kayas ====
 +  - [[dharmakaya]], ​
 +  - [[sambhogakaya]] and 
 +  - [[nirmanakaya]]. ​
 +
 +The three '​bodies'​ of a [[buddha]]. They relate not only to the truth in us, as three aspects of the true [[nature of mind]], but to the truth in everything. Everything we perceive around us is nirmanakaya;​ its nature, light or energy is sambhogakaya;​ and its inherent truth, the dharmakaya.
 +
 +==== Five Wisdoms ====
 +  - [[wisdom of dharmadhatu]]
 +  - [[mirror-like wisdom]]
 +  - [[wisdom of equality]]
 +  - [[wisdom of discernment]]
 +  - [[all-accomplishing wisdom]]
 +
 +[[Sogyal Rinpoche]] writes:
 +>You can also think of the [[nature of mind]] like a mirror, with five different powers or '​wisdoms.'​ Its openness and vastness is the **wisdom of all-encompassing space** [[or dharmadhatu]],​ the womb of compassion. Its capacity to reflect in precise detail whatever comes before it is the **mirror-like wisdom**. Its fundamental lack of any bias toward any impression is the **equalizing wisdom** [[or wisdom of equality]]. Its ability to distinguish clearly, without confusing in any way the various different phenomena that arise, is the **wisdom of discernment**. And its potential of having everything already accomplished,​ perfected, and spontaneously present is the **all-accomplishing wisdom**. <​ref>//​[[The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying]]//, p. 157</​ref>​
 +
 +These five wisdoms may be condensed into **two**: ​
 +  * ‘the wisdom that knows the nature of all phenomena’ which comprises the wisdom of the dharmadhatu,​ mirror-like wisdom and the wisdom of equality; and 
 +  * ‘the wisdom that knows the multiplicity of phenomena’ which comprises discriminating and all-accomplishing wisdom. ​
 +
 +They can all be condensed into a **single** wisdom: the [[wisdom of omniscience]].
 +
 +===== Twelve Deeds =====
 +[[Image:​Buddha12deeds.jpg thumb The [[Twelve deeds]] of a Buddha]]
 +Supreme nirmanakaya buddhas display the [[twelve deeds]]:
 +
 +  - the descent from [[Tushita]],​ the Joyous pure land (//​dga'​ ldan gyi gnas nas 'pho ba//),
 +  - entering the mother’s womb (//lhums su zhugs pa//),
 +  - taking birth<​ref>​In the case of Buddha Shakyamuni, this was in the [[Lumbini]] garden.</​ref>​ (//sku bltams pa//),
 +  - becoming skilled in various arts (//bzo yi gnas la mkhas pa//),
 +  - delighting in the company of royal consorts (//btsun mo'i 'khor dgyes rol ba//),
 +  - developing renunciation and becoming ordained (//rab tu byung ba//),
 +  - practicing austerities for six years (//​dka'​ ba spyad pa//),
 +  - proceeding to the foot of the [[bodhi tree]] (//byang chub snying por gshegs pa//),
 +  - overcoming [[Mara]]’s hosts (//bdud btul ba//),
 +  - becoming fully [[enlightenment|enlightened]] (//mngon par rdzogs par sangs rgyas pa//),
 +  - turning the wheel of [[Dharma]] (//chos kyi 'khor lo bskor ba//), and
 +  - passing into [[parinirvana|mahaparinirvana]] <​ref>​In the case of Buddha Shakyamuni, this was in the city of [[Kushinagara]].</​ref>​ (//mya ngan las 'das pa//)
 +
 +===== Qualities =====
 +==== Eight Qualities of a Buddha ====
 +[[Image:​Maitreya.jpg|thumb|[[Maitreya]],​ the future Buddha]]
 +The qualities of a Buddha are immeasurable. Yet according to [[Maitreya]]'​s //​[[Uttaratantra Shastra]]//,​ they can be condensed in eight qualities of the [[two-fold benefit]] of self and others:
 +
 +Benefit of self:\\
 +1) Self-arisen wisdom\\
 +2) Unconditioned body\\
 +3) Spontaneously perfect\\
 +
 +Benefit of others:\\
 +4) Knowledge\\
 +5) Love\\
 +6) Power\\
 +
 +And 7) the benefit of self and 8) the benefit of others.
 +
 +===== How a Buddha teaches =====
 +When the teacher is a fully enlightened buddha, he teaches through his [[Three Types of Miraculous Ability | three types of miraculous ability]]. <​ref>​[[Patrul Rinpoche]], //​Preliminary Points To be Explained when Teaching the Buddha'​s Word or the Treatises//,​ translated by Adam Pearcey.</​ref>​
 +
 +===== Notes =====
 +<​small><​references/></​small>​
 +
 +===== Internal Links =====
 +  * [[1002 buddhas of this Fortunate Aeon]]
 +  * [[Buddhas of the five families]]
 +  * [[Three kayas]]
 +
 +===== Further Reading =====
 +  * [[Khenpo Ngawang Palzang]], //[[A Guide to the Words of My Perfect Teacher]]//,​ Shambhala, 2004, pages 101-107.
 +
 +[[Category:​Key Terms]]
 +[[Category:​Buddhas and Deities]]
 +[[Category:​Three Jewels]]
 +
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 +[[Buddhahood]]:​ The state which a Buddha has attained. The ultimate goal of Buddhist practice. The highest of the Ten Worlds. The word [[enlightenment]] is often used as synonymous with Buddhahood. Buddhahood is thought of as a state of perfect freedom, in which one is awakened to the eternal and [[ultimate truth]] that is the [[reality of all things]]. It is characterized by boundless wisdom and infinite compassion. The Lotus Sutra reveals that even this supreme state of Buddhahood inherently resides in the lives of all beings. Nichiren Daishonin writes in the "​Kanjin no Honzon Sho," "That common mortals born in the Latter Day of the Law can believe in the [[Lotus Sutra]] is due to the fact that the world of Buddhahood is present in the world of Humanity." ​
 +See also: [[Attainment of Buddhahood]]. Source: Dictionary of Buddhist Terms and Concepts
 +
 +
 +Buddhahood: (Japanese. [[Butsu]]) The highest of the Ten Worlds. This state is reached when one has the wisdom to realize the essence of his own life, that it breathes in perfect harmony with the rhythm of the universe and continues to exist from the infinite past to the eternal future. Buddhahood is an ideal condition that one experiences in the depths of his life as he continues to act with benevolence in everyday life. Buddhahood appears in daily life as the actions of a bodhisattva.
 +See also: [[Ten Worlds]]. Source: Unknown
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