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To see God, to see the Buddha

Ha Poong Kim

To see God, to see the Buddha

an exploration of "seeing spirituality" with Meister Eckhart, Nagarjuna, and Huang Po

by Ha Poong Kim

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Published by Sussex Academic Press in Brighton, Portland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eckhart, -- Meister, -- d. 1327,
  • Nāgārjuna, -- 12th cent,
  • Huangbo, -- d. 850,
  • Spirituality

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHa Poong Kim.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL624 .K55 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24053347M
    ISBN 109781845194055
    LC Control Number2009054164

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      Home→Forums→Spirituality→Where do you see God's/the Universe's love? New Reply This topic contains 4 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by Alexey Sunly 6 years, 7 months ago. Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total) Author Posts August 6, at am # camfleurParticipant Just food for thought where do you see God and/or the . The question of whether God may be seen in this life by Prophets, saints, and the average laymen, and whether He may be seen in the Hereafter. This website is for people of various faiths who seek to understand Islam and Muslims. It contains a lot of brief, yet informative articles about different aspects of Islam. New articles are added every week.

    Once the fullness of the teachings of Buddha are comprehended, one can understand that Buddha was not an Athiest nor did he become a god. No, he became one with the Eternal Absolute Uncreate. In western terms he became one with God. See also: Understanding God. God (A Modern Perspective) God's Sacred Name; Was Christ God in the Flesh? God. The phrase, “If you meet the Buddha on the road, kill him,” is often used in Zen teachings, but it is a misunderstood adage. At first glance, this koan, a puzzle meant to radically shift one’s consciousness, seems crude, and non-spiritual, even. Why would someone seeking enlightenment ever ‘kill’ anything, especially when the Buddha himself [ ].


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To See God, to See the Buddha: An Exploration of Seeing Spirituality with Meister Eckhart, Nagarjuna, and Huang Bo Hardcover – July 1, by Ha Poong Kim (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ha Poong Kim Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Author: Ha Poong Kim. Get this from a library. To see God, to see the Buddha: an exploration of seeing spirituality with Meister Eckhart, Nāgārjuna, and Huang Po.

[Ha Poong Kim] -- All religions are by nature traditions based on words and ideas. In this respect, spirituality recognized in religion is spirituality mediated by words and concepts.

However, there is also a. 35, likes 4, talking about this. ® A News / Media Website with a mission to provide daily inspiration, motivation and tools to live a happier life/5(90).

Sheldon B. Kopp. Similar authors to follow. See more recommendations. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later.

If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him. The Pilgrimage of Psychotherapy Patients Mass Market Paperback – May 1, #N#Sheldon B. Kopp (Author) › Visit Amazon's Sheldon B. Kopp Page/5(). To see God is not a "heavy" book to read, just interesting to see quotes from both Jesus and Buddha side by side.

It also gave me more insight into just how big the universe is and how important the message of love - love of others and yourself I never knew 4/5. If you see water, you cannot imagine that it will form ice. One person will like ice, another person will like water. In the Buddha’s case, he liked the impersonal.

He did not care for the personal. In my case, I see both, but I prefer the personal. I am one hundred per cent for the personal. Once in Woodstock I was seeing the impersonal God. The material in this book may be reprinted without the author’s permission.

It is recommended that, Knowing and Seeing Foreword. Editorial Note not for one who does not know and see.’ The Buddha,File Size: 2MB. In Going Home, he focuses on fundamental concepts that still drive a wedge between the two religions--such as rebirth vs.

eternal life, God vs. nirvana, and so on. After praising the differences between Christianity and Buddhism, Nhat Hanh proceeds to dissolve them in virtuosic style/5. Analogies have been drawn between Buddhism and Christianity and Buddhism may have influenced early Christianity.

Buddhist missionaries were sent by Emperor Ashoka of India to Syria, Egypt and Greece beginning in BCE and may have helped prepare for the ethics of Christ. Others have noted the significant differences between the two religions beginning with. To See God, To See the Buddha. An Exploration of Seeing Spirituality with Meister Eckhart, Nāgārjuna, and Huang Po.

Ha Poong Kim. The second reason the Buddha did not believe in a god is because there does not seem to be any evidence to support this idea. There are numerous religions, all claiming that they alone have god's words preserved in their holy book, that they alone understand god's nature, that their god exists and that the gods of other religions do not.

People who don't truly understand this statement think that it means to resist charlatans who claim they are enlightened.

Crucify the teacher Here's the trick: In order to see the Buddha, you have to BE the Buddha. If you aren't the Buddha, you. Kill the Buddha if the Buddha exists somewhere else. If you meet the Buddha, kill the Buddha.

In other words, if you encounter a "Buddha" separate from yourself, you are deluded. So, although Sam Harris wasn't entirely wrong when he said one should "kill" a Buddha that is a "religious fetish," Linji probably would have punched him anyway.

Buddha's wisdom. 13K likes. Look within and discover your higher self.5/5. According to Peter Harvey, Buddhism assumes that the universe has no ultimate beginning to it, and thus sees no need for a creator God. In the early texts of Buddhism, the nearest term to this concept is "Great Brahma" (Maha Brahma) such as in Digha Nikaya However "[w]hile being kind and compassionate, none of the brahmās are world-creators.".

In the Pali canon. To see without judgements and opinions blinding us to what is in front of our very eyes is to see purely. The one who can do this (and everyone can if they wish it) is then able to see the Buddha by seeing the Dhamma. When we see the other being without our gross or even subtle prejudices, we make a space for ourselves and them, to simply be.

About Buddha. With such bestsellers as A History of God and Islam, Karen Armstrong has consistently delivered “penetrating, readable, and prescient” (The New York Times) works that have lucidly engaged a wide range of religions and religious Buddha she turns to a figure whose thought is still reverberating throughout the world 2, years after his death.

Did the Buddha believe in God. These are some of the questions I would like to try and answer today. The Buddha was born years before Christ, in what is now Nepal.

His dad was a king, his mom was a queen, and his dad wanted him to take over the family business (the kingdom) when he got older.

I hope you can see that God is not what. There is no god". Buddha's disciples that were gathered there were very relieved and joyous to finally know the truth that there was no god. They all started muttering between them, sharing what the Buddha had just told. Whenever a disciple had asked that question to Buddha he would become silent.

So they never knew. The Buddha (also known as Siddhattha Gotama or Siddhārtha Gautama) was a philosopher, mendicant, meditator, spiritual teacher, and religious leader who lived in ancient India (c. 5th to 4th century BCE).

He is revered as the founder of the world religion of Buddhism. He taught for around 45 years and built a large following, both monastic and lay.

His teaching is based on Died: c. or c. BCE (aged 80). d.) what the path to God is really all about e.) some guidelines from the Buddha for Christians. I found all those thoughts are neatly summarized in the following great book by Dennis Samuel called “Why Buddha explained Christianity better than Jesus”.

Yes, quite the appropriate title – once you had the chance looking at the the Buddhist.If Buddha claimed there is no ultimate creator God, then either he was wrong or he was lying, thereby identifying himself as not-that-god, since God cannot lie and is never wrong.

Since Buddha was not-that-god, he was, like everything that is not-that-god, created by the only creator God (John ; Colossians ). "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God" (Matthew ).

"This verse means people that go all out, not halfway, will see God," says Matthew, age 9.