"Awakened one". 1. Siddartha Gautama, chief personage of historic Buddhism, also known as Sakyamuni or sage of the Sakya tribe, c.-623-543 2. Principle of enlightment. 3. An enlightened being, in any realm.
enlightened one. One who has awakened to the ultimate reality, the eternal truth of all things.
One of the names associated with the Ascended Masters. Not to be confused with the incarnational Buddha. Divine Theme is "Compassion." Source for all Reiki Ray energies; inspiration and source for the Lightarian Healing RayÔ and Lightarian ReikiÔ. See Ascended Masters.
One who is above buddhi (intellect). Generally used to refer to Gautama the Buddha.
an awakened or enlightened being. Usually it refers to Gaudama Siddhartah (563-483 B.C.), the historical Buddha born near Kapilavastu in India and the founder of Buddhism .
(BOO dah) "Buddha" is a title of honor, meaning "Enlightened One." The historical Buddha, Prince Siddhartha Gautama, is said to have been born in India in 635 BCE (before the common era).
(Skt P) butsu Awakened One.
the historical Buddha Siddhartha Gotama; any fully enlightened being; mythical enlightened beings; the state of being awake/enlightened.
an incarnation of the Supreme Lord who, by bewildering the atheists stopped them from misusing the [Vedas].
"The Awake Lord". The historic of the Buddha is Siddharta Gautama. He was an Indian prince, belonging to the Sâkhya clan, who was born circa 550 B.C. in Kapilavastu, in northern India. People think usually that this location was in southern Nepal, in a place called nowadays Lumbini; but some specialists state that Kapilavastu was in reality near Pripawa (Uttar Pradesh). Buddha teached one of the most important religions of the world; but buddhism disappeared from India after year 1000, under the pressure of hinduism and muslim invasions
(The) The name given to Gautama. Born in India about B.C. 621, be became a full buddha in B.C. 592. The Buddha is one who is the "Enlightened", and has attained the highest degree of knowledge possible for man in this solar system.
from the Sanskrit root ' budh' 'to wake up', hence, The Awakened or Enlightened One. Hence Buddha is not a proper name but a title.
(1) The Buddha is Siddartha who was the founder of Buddhism. He was the first to attain enlightenment, and then taught others how to attain it. His first name is Siddartha, his family name was Gautama. He was a member of the Shakya clan, and hence is called Shakyamuni, "the wise one of the Shakyas." He is also known as Tathagata, "the Enlightened One." (2) Mahayana Buddhism holds that there are five Buddhas who have/will manifest themselves in the earthly realm. The fifth Buddha, who will come in the future, is known as Maitreya. (3) In Mahayana, a buddha is someone who has attained enlightenment.
Means "an enlightened being." Title of Siddhartha Gautama after his enlightenment.
In general, 'Buddha' means 'Awakened One', someone who has awakened from the sleep of ignorance and sees things as they really are. A Buddha is a person who is completely free from all faults and mental obstructions. Every living being has the potential to become a Buddha.
Founder of Buddhism, known as Shakyamuni or Siddhartha Gautama. Any person awakened or enlightened to the essential truth of the universe.
buddha]: The name given to one who rediscovers for himself the liberating path of Dhamma, after a long period of its having been forgotten by the world. According to tradition, there is a long line of Buddhas stretching into the distant past. The most recent Buddha was born Siddhattha Gotama in India in the sixth century BCE. A well-educated and wealthy young man, he relinquished his family and his princely inheritance in the prime of his life to search for true freedom and an end to suffering ( dukkha). After seven years of austerities in the forest, he rediscovered the "middle way" and achieved his goal, becoming Buddha. [ MORE
A being who has completely abandoned all delusions and their imprints. Every living being has the potential to become a Buddha. See also Buddha Shakyamuni. See Joyful Path of Good Fortune.
founder of Buddhism; worshipped as a god (c 563-483 BC)
one who has achieved a state of perfect enlightenment
a being who has achieved enlightenment
a human being who has awakened to the true nature of things, whose insight into the nature of reality has totally tranformed him
a human being who has awakened to the truth that his or her own life is the Mystic Law, while a common mortal is one who has not
a human that has become enlightened to the realities of life, not the fat happy guy everybody thinks of
an "Awakened One" not one who has transcended to some other realm or reality
an enlightened person, Buddhism is atheistic and believes in spiritual life and reincarnation without the help of Gods
a person who has achieved the enlightenment that leads to the release from the cycle of existence and has thereby attained complete liberation
a person who has awakened from the dream of life, and has come to the understanding of unlimited awareness
a person who is enlightened to Universal Truth
(Skt. = Tib. sangyÈ). Awakened one; person who has achieved enlightenment (Skt. bodhi, Tib. changchíub). For the Mahayana, the concept of Buddhahood is extended from the historical Buddha Shakyamuni, he is seen as an emanation of a Buddha-nature ( dharmakaya) underlying all phenomena. BUDDHA, HISTORICAL = SHAKYAMUNI, teacher who was the historical origin of Buddhism, c.6th cent. BCE.
(Sanskrit) An awakened one; refers usually to Siddharta Gautama (sixth century BC), historic founder of Buddhism.
Means "the Enlightened." The Prince Siddhartha of the Guatama clan (ca. 563-483 BC) in northern India. According to tradition, he tried and rejected first the life of luxury and then a life of poverty and in 528 BC achieved enlightenment and began to teach.
Siddhartha Gotama, Indian mystic, founder of Buddhism, achieved supreme enlightment
Prince Siddhartha, Indian philosopher and founder of Buddhism.
lit. `The Awakened One`. Refers to someone who has become self-realised or enlightened.Most commonly refers to the Shakya clan prince, Siddhartha Gautama, who renounced the world and attained enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree.
1. Honorific title, meaning "Awakened One";2. The historical teacher Gautama; 3. The principle, or nature, ofPure Presence, which itself is the cosmic teacher, orSat-guru.
Awakened One [Sanskrit]; specifically the historical Buddha, Sakyamuni, who lived and taught in India 2,500 years ago. A perfectly enlightened being, believed to have attained complete wisdom and universal compassion.
Prince Siddhartha became enlightened under the banyan tree and became this. Buddha literally means "awakened one"; a person who has been released from the world of cyclic existence and attained liberation from desire, craving and attachment in nirvana.
The Enlightened (or Awakened) One. The First Refuge of the Triple Gem.
Prince Siddhartha or Shakyamuni---the founder of Buddhism. Lit. one who is enlightened.
The Lord: The Enlightened One. Title of Gautama Siddharta (563-483 B.C), the founder of Buddhism.
More correctly 'The Buddha'—'the awakened' or 'the enlightened'; title of prince Siddhartha, often called Gautama; the founder of Buddhism.
(Sanskrit, Pali, "Awakened One") A fully enlightened being.
Enlightened being, mostly referring to the historical Prince Siddhartha, who is later called Buddha Sakyamuni.
One Who is "enlightened" and has attained the highest degree of knowledge possible for humanity in this solar system. Last Avatar of the age of Aries. Previous World Teacher who historically manifested through the Prince Gautama around 500 BC. The Embodiment of Wisdom, he currently acts as the "Divine Intermediary" between Shamballa and Hierarchy.
Enlightened one; deity of the Buddhist religion.
The enlightened form of Siddhartha Gautama, the Bodhisattva. founder of Buddhism as a spiritual practice. A very auspicious symbol for wisdom, compassion, serenity and transcendence.
(Sanskrit "awake") Although often used to specifically refer to the historical Buddha Shakyamuni who lived and taught in India and Nepal at about 500 BCE, buddha also refers to any being who has completely and finally awoken from illusion. Thus Buddha Shakyamuni is regarded as neither the first nor the last buddha. In fact, all beings are regarded as having the innate potential of attaining buddhahood.
the enlightened one; full of knowledge
's names: Sumedha: early life of Buddha as an ascetic Siddhartha: name of Buddha as prince before he acheives enlightenment Gautama: Siddhartha's family name Buddha Shakyamuni: Enlightened Buddha ( see Shakya) Tathagata("thus come") a term for the Buddha
an enlightened being. There were buddha's before and after the Buddha (such as Dipamkara).
a great sage, sometimes considered to be one of the avataras of Visnu]; the awakened spirit.
An enlightened being--someone who has realized his or her full spiritual potential and now possesses perfect wisdom, compassion, and skill. There are countless Buddhas. Normally when we talk about "the Buddha" we are referring to Buddha Shakyamuni, who appeared in this world over two and a half thousand years ago and revealed how to attain enlightenment.
Last Avatar of the age of Aries. Previous World Teacher who manifested through the Prince Gautama around 500 BC. The Embodiment of Wisdom, He currently acts as the `Divine Intermediary' between Shamballa and Hierarchy. Buddhists expect their next great teacher under the name Maitreya Buddha.
A title meaning Awakened or Enlightened One.
means "the Enlightened One" or "the Awakened One".
lit. "the Enlightened One." The founder of Buddhism.
boo-dah "Enlightened One"; The Buddha refers to an Indian sage by the name of Siddhartha Gautama who lived from 560-480 BC. (see Buddhism)
Sanskrit; literally, "awakened one"; a person who has been released from the world of cyclic existence ( samsara) and attained liberation from desire, craving, and attachment in nirvana; according to Theravadins, Shakyamuni, the historical Buddha, is considered to be the first Buddha of this age who was preceded by many others and will be followed by Maitreya; Mahayanists believe that there are countless Buddhas for every age.
Buddha is a Sanskrit word, meaning "wisdom and enlightenment." A Buddha is one who has reached supreme perfection both in self-realization and in helping others to attain realization. The innumerable Buddhas are not gods to be worshipped but compassionate and wise beings to be respected and emulated. causality, or cause and effect. Everything that happens to us is the result of what we have thought, said, or done. In this lifetime, we are undergoing the consequences of what we had done primarily in our previous lifetimes and sometimes earlier in our current lifetime. What we do now will determine what we will undergo in our future lifetimes.
(Sanskrit): an awakened one; refers usually to Siddhartha Gautama (sixth century BCE), historic founder of Buddhism.
also, Butsudo or hondo; Guatarma Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism
One who perceives the true nature of all life, and who leads others to attain the same enlightenment.
(1) A buddha is someone who has attained enlightenment. (2) The Buddha is Siddartha who was the founder of Buddhism. He was the first to attain enlightenment, and then taught others how to attain it.
(Skt.): Enlightened/Awakened/Omniscient One. One who has purified all DEFILEMENTS and developed all good qualities. "The Buddha" usually means SHAKYAMUNI BUDDHA. BUDDHADHARMA (Skt.): 1. BUDDHA's teachings. 2. The inner REALISATIONS achieved by practising Buddha's teachings.
A fully enlightened being. One who has removed all obscurations veiling the mind and has developed all good qualities to perfection. The first of the Three Jewels of Refuge. See also enlightenment.
"The Enlightened One." An avatar or messenger.
(Pronunciation: "BOO-dah") A being who has attained complete enlightenment (nirvana), the highest level of perfection within the Buddhist spectrum of existence.
( Skt.): Literally, “awakened one." 1. The historical Buddha Shakyamuni. 2. Any being that has achieved the complete, perfect enlightened state. 3. The potential for awakened mind present in all beings. 4. Also, the first of the "three jewels" – the buddha, the dharma and the sangha.
(Skt) "Enlightened"; one who is spiritually awakened.
A fully enlightened person who has achieved perfect knowledge of the truth and thereby is liberated from all existence.
literally, "the one who has awakened." The enlightened form of Siddhartha Gautama, the original founder/creator of Buddhism as a spiritual practice.
Siddhartha Gautama, an Indian mystic and founder of Buddhism. He began preaching after achieving supreme enlightenment at the age of 35.
("awakened"): a designation of the person who has attained enlightenment (bodhi) and therefore inner freedom; honorific title of Gautama, the founder of Buddhism, who lived in the sixth century B.C.E.
Sanskrit meaning Enlightened One. There are many who have attained Buddhahood, or supreme enlightenment. The best known is Siddhartha Gautama Buddha (586-511 BC). He was born in northeastern India and received spiritual enlightment through meditation. During his lifetime, his spiritual insights and teachings became a major alternative to Hinduism throughout India.
The manga Buddha was drawn by Osamu Tezuka and is Tezuka's unique interpretation of the life of Gautama Buddha. The critically acclaimed series is often referred to as a gritty, even sexy, portrayal of the holy man's life.