In this lesson, we will be taking a closer look at meditation. What is meditation exactly? Why is it vital for Buddhist practice? Will you get the pun by the end of the lesson? Of course you will!
Unit Overview: Buddhism: practices
In today's lesson, we will be looking at Buddhist practices. How do Buddhists practise their faith at home and in the temple?
In today's lesson, we will be looking at the Sangha. Buddhism has a tradition of monks and nuns. Why might some join a monastery and what might life look like for a monk or nun?
In this lesson, we will focus on what The Buddha taught about a way out of suffering. We will examine the different behaviours that Buddhists adopt in order to overcome suffering.
In this lesson, we will look at some important moments in the life of the Buddha and how they are celebrated.
In this lesson, we will recap and practise of the content that was covered between Lesson 1 and Lesson 5 in the unit Buddhism: Practices. We will be recapping key terms and having a go at some exam-style questions.
In this lesson, we will trace some of the history of India and see what happened to the Buddha's teachings after he died.
In this lesson, we will be taking a closer look at where Theravada Buddhism can be found and what its main beliefs and practices are.
In this lesson, we will take a closer look at Mahayana Buddhism. Where can it be found? What are the central beliefs?
In this lesson, we will look at some of the important features of Vajrayana Buddhism. We will explore its main beliefs and the reasons why it is seen as a different denomination. This lesson refers to Buddhist beliefs about death.
In this lesson, we will look at how Buddhism came to Europe and other Western countries. Is the Buddhism that is practiced in the West the same as Asian Buddhism?
In this lesson, we will go over some of the main ideas related to practices and denominations in Buddhism.
In this lesson, we will drill and consolidate key ideas and terms related to Buddhist practices from the unit Buddhism: Practice.