FAQ’s on Buddhism Religion

3. What is the basic dissimilarity between Buddha and Bodhisattva?

Well! Most of the people are not aware of the basic difference between Buddha and a Bodhisattva. There are some slight differences between them. When a person has an ability to manage and control his psychological activities, the misconstrue of actuality falls down. After that, the Buddhi stands out onward, a factual viewpoint of realismbegins and that personperceivesrealism as it is. Such person whose psychological powers are shaped by ‘Sattvghun’ and in whom the Buddha is working in its complete shine is said to be a Buddha.

While, Boddhisattva is a combination of two different words Boddhi and Sattva. ‘Boddhi’ is a perfect wisdom, which is global, clean and instant wisdom or knowledge. On the other hand, ‘Sattva’ is a condition of the mind where the mind is calm, peaceful and stable. In this practice, all mental activities like actions and speech are synchronized to manage the entire condition of the mind.

In simple words, a Buddha is an awakened human being who understand the truth of realism at the same time Bodhisattva is a human being determined to accomplish the condition of Buddha and turn out to be a Buddha.

2. Is Buddhism a philosophy or a religion?

Buddhism is world’s 4th largest religion at the present time. But, the religion does not follow any commandment or God. It is more than a religion. In fact, it is an ethical-psychological but philosophical system or method of awakening. However, there are both kinds of views available. Few accept this as a religion while few decline it as a philosophy and religion. Those people havedeep faith inBuddhism as a religion considers that each religion has some extreme ideal all around the world. In this religion, it is known as Nibbana. It is the practice that puts the last point to stress and illness. Nirvanaor Nibbana is an extreme achievement in this religion. On the other hand, a large amount of philosophical method relies deeply on assumptions and supremacy of reasons to appear at reasonable ends. Though, in Buddhism religion, there is nothing for the assumptions.

1. What did Buddha and its rituals teach?

The teaching and rituals of Buddha allow us to feel deep cheerfulness. By following appropriate mediation practices, our hypothetical understanding changes inthe straight understanding; supplementary techniques protectedachievedstages of awareness. The ambition of their wisdom is the complete development of the human body, mind and speech. The knowledge of Buddhism stayed anenergizingreward to humankind for the past 2,500 years.Apart from that, in Buddhism people sees the life as a procedure of continuous changes. It teaches us to take the changes in a positive manner as they are for our better life. In Buddhism, there is a very special place of meditation practices. If someone is looking for a positive state of mind, Buddhism can aid them. This religion never forces anyone to adapt, but do search to create its helpful teaching and knowledge available for the people whoever is fascinated.