Bodhi

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Bodhi

knowledge by which one attains Nirvana. [Buddhism: Parrinder, 48]
See: Wisdom
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In this view, a Buddha's salvific efficacy is manifest in continuously supplying all teachings necessary for buddhahood, not in those teachings necessarily resulting in the attainment of buddhahood.
The adherents of the Prajnaparamita literature in China distilled its fundamentals to understand the immediacy of the possibility of Buddhahood in one's lifetime.
will provide the karmic conditions for living beings to obtain immediate happiness, leave the sufferings and hardships of samsara forever, and attain the ultimate state of Buddhahood.
The fear of it is what comes with reflectivity, and the progression of the Bodhisattva towards Buddhahood is precisely the discarding, life by life, of that fear.
It is this Buddhahood that was an essential discovery, and this Buddhahood was real for the Buddha and equally real for us.
Right Meditation means to concentrate on the Oneness of all life and the Buddhahood that exists in all beings.
This was at this historical and critical juncture when the determined Buddha invoked the earth goddess to be the witness of his entering Buddhahood.
29) "A Bodhisattva is a "person who follows the Mahayana path" toward Enlightenment or Buddhahood (Traleg Kyabgon, 2001:43)
Mahayana texts articulated the path of "Bodhisattvas," those resolved to attain the most complete form of enlightenment, Buddhahood, in order to guide all beings to liberation from suffering.
Aspiring to Buddhahood solely to assist others, bodhisattvas choose to remain in the cycle of birth and rebirth until all sentient beings have achieved enlightenment.
Equanimity prepares the ground for love and compassion which in turn induce this altruistic aspiration, the precious source of the qualities of buddhahood.