Stopping Troubling Thoughts

Beliefs of Buddhism is the spiritual philosophy to understand his individual life of man, the absolute life, consciousness and subtle problem of human suffering and human suffering that can be controlled based on meditation and conscious experience. It helps understand the metaphysics of the human mind, its thoughts and desires.

Buddhism was founded around 500 BC and is based on the teachings of Buddha, an awakened India. During the period of Ashoka, emperor of India, Buddhism was dominant in northern India and also the center of the education world. It has spread throughout India and became the dominant religion in the world. Today, less than 1% of India’s population is Buddhist. Buddhism has more followers in many countries . Approximately 6% of the world’s population is estimated to have faith in Buddhism. Many Hindus in India, who worship God in various forms, always adore basis of Buddhism. India continues to bear the symbol of Askoka Chakra and the Emperor Asoka of India has been a fervent follower of Buddhism ..

Beliefs of Buddhism does not believe in God, that the perception of God in Hinduism, the God of the Christians, the God of the Jews, the God of Muslims, etc.? Beliefs of Buddhism do not accept or reject or make comments on a creator God absolute. Therefore, Buddhism does not believe in the concept of a Creator God, but have faith in the personal practice of ethics followed by other religions and spiritual wisdom. It carries all not by faith but by meditation in pure consciousness. Buddhism believes that the greatest source of wisdom and energy is consciousness and the subtle nature with which all in the physical world is in eternal life and freshness.

Buddhist beliefs have faith in ethics given in the Four Noble Truths by Buddha to analyze the problem of human suffering, diagnosing the causes of human suffering and prescribe a method to resolve human suffering.

Beliefs of Buddhism are the silence to find not any god or worship any god or pray to God for any spiritual or mitigate their sufferings. Beliefs of Buddhism are the religion that is simply concerned with the human condition: birth, sickness, old age, death and alleviate mental suffering during the physical existence. Beliefs of Buddhism accept the psychological suffering in human life and provide solutions to alleviate their suffering without the participation of any perception of the existence of God.

Beliefs Buddhists believe in God? Many follower of Buddhism believe in God or do not believe in God, but all take the path of Buddhist philosophy to alleviate their sufferings and practice meditation and consciousness to understand the spiritual life of ease.

But if there are no gods how did the universe come here. Beliefs of Buddhism are not the philosophy of God or no God and how to get there and the changing world and to treat other types of life in the universe. Many religions are more concerned about this situation and the perception of an infinite God or no God. Beliefs of Buddhism made its followers free of controversy and people like all confessions and give the causes and practical solutions for their suffering through meditation and following its simple rules of morality.

Like many other religions, Buddhism believes in miracles, but believes it is the subtle nature of meaning that normal humans can not understand. Everything is in the nature of cause and effect and the fundamental nature of the subtle elements in the physical world is eternal. Buddhism Philosophy Meditation, improving the quality of mental life is similar to the philosophy of Patanjali Yoga, which is still practiced by many sages of the Himalayas and Hindu in India, to reach the spiritual life in peace. Although the Buddha was originally in India, many Hindus accept him as one of their high sage, but few of his ardent followers. Any way, the Dalai Lama of Buddhism has chosen his stay in my India, and is most respected by all Hindus in India.

Different perceptions of God under various faiths and pray to God as perceived by the belief are the technique to enter the consciousness that is the door to our understanding of metaphysics, mind and inner beyond this we call God. Various denominations also suggest the purification of mind by adopting a morality. Buddhist art is entering the consciousness is not based on faith, but based on the wisdom and conscious experience and meditation.

For me, someone who follows the moral character of a faith or no faith, and learned the art of removing the sense of thought invoking consciousness through meditation or any other faith, the way forward is the one and beyond the expression of a human language through which we communicate and quote different philosophy of God or no God or or Patanjali Yoga or meditation of Buddhism.

GS Virk

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