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Buddhism is the path instructed by the Buddha for ordinary people with the consciousness of Ignorance to go from the place of confusion and suffering to a place of pure peace.

Buddhism is the path instructed by the Buddha for ordinary people with the consciousness of Ignorance to go from the place of confusion and suffering to the place of Purity and Peace. When going to the place where ordinary people become awakened people, the Ignorance mind transforms into Enlightened Wisdom, eliminating all confusion and suffering in worldly life. Therefore Buddhism is called the path of liberation.

This name emphasizes the end to achieve, the name ENVIRONMENTAL focuses on the applied means to attain Liberation, the name MEMBERSHIP emphasizes the motivation that motivates the practitioner to move forward on the path of Liberation. .


The Dharma Realm is infinite, the Buddhadharma is boundless, transcending both the categories of space and time, covering everything from phenomena to being, what Buddhism calls dharmata and dharmata. Although covering the immeasurable Dharma Realm, pervading infinite space, throughout time without beginning and end, Buddhism is summed up in three vestiges, three natures of things viewed from the Buddhist perspective. .

These are the three core teachings, known in Sino-Vietnamese as the Three Dharma Seals: impermanence, non-self, and suffering. The Dharma seal of Suffering is also known as the cessation of suffering. The name Suffering emphasizes on the phenomenon or dharma-character of things perceived by people in daily life. The name Nirvana focuses on the substance or the dharmata of things for people to aim at while contemplating and attaining the realization of the Thousand Dharma Stages of Emptiness, all things have their own emptiness.

Although this three Dharma seal is said to be three, it has consistency, though three but one, though one but three. In other words, a thing has all three qualities, if one is missing, regardless of the nature, it is no longer that thing from a Buddhist perspective. This consistent coherence is explained as follows:


In order to proceed to the realization of the dharma, it is usually necessary to thoroughly explain, to practice, and to reach experience. The explanation of the Three Dharma Seals in turn is as follows:


This Dharma seal has the full name of Impermanent Variation, also known as Extraordinary, Intermittent, Opposite of Permanent, Permanent, and Non-Permanent.

In short, Impermanence is sometimes not, sometimes this and that, always moving and changing constantly like human life permeates strong and weak, happy and sad, young and old, living and dying. . In the world, all conditioned dharmas are impermanent, circulating and transforming according to the process of birth, abiding, decay, and death, like a tree that cracks, sprouts roots, grows and bears fruit, withers and dies. In the case of humans, the impermanent process is birth, aging, illness, and death. This is the principle of Impermanence, of course, so it can never be different, whether people consciously realize it or not realize it or intentionally deny it.



There are two ways of classifying Impermanence:

The two types of impermanence include the two types of the Impermanent Shāna, which refers to the rapid passing of images in a moment, and the Impermanent Continuity, which refers to the successive appearances of appearances.

The three strains of impermanence, also known as the three strains of suffering, include three changing scenes that give rise to suffering for sentient beings: The favorable scene changes into suffering, the scene of suffering appears to make fear want to escape and the contemplating the destruction of his body should produce suffering, mourning life.

No one can wash their feet in the same river twice. This sentence is often used as a specific case to demonstrate the principle of Impermanence. To put it more precisely: Anyone can wash their feet many times in a certain position of a river, but no one can wash their feet twice with the same amount of water in the river.

Reason: After the first foot wash, the amount of water has gone to the end of the river, the second time washing the feet is another amount of water coming from the river head. The water that flows in the river is like the passage of time, moment after moment, and never comes back. Foot washing is an event that occurs at one point in time. There is not a single fact that manifests in the world that is not in the category of time and the category of space. Buddhism is called conditioned Dharma. (continue)


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