top of page

Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism.

Buddhism came to Japan in 538 and 552, and it seems that controversy continues among researchers.

However, considering that the Buddhist teachings that Buddhism preached about 2500 years ago were transmitted to Japan via China, it is doubtful that the original teachings of Buddhism arrived in Japan correctly. Isn't it natural to think that?

You are free to argue with the 538 or 552 theory, but I don't think it makes sense.

It is hard for me to believe that the teachings of a single human being have been passed down to the present day for 2500 years unless it is a miracle.

It does not mean that the book was initially written by Shaka-sama himself and was transmitted, but that the disciple wrote it of Mr Shaka. There is a possibility that the translation is repeated in the transmission process and transmitted accurately by itself. I don't get it.

Initially, the essence of Buddhism is "luck" and "sky". It is necessary to doubt whether the teachings of Shaka-sama have been transmitted correctly. (This subject will be next time)

It seems to be a custom that has spread to all denominations of Japan since the Meiji era, but some Japanese monks are married, and some prefer alcohol.

A monk is a person who keeps the commandments of the Buddhist priest.

I don't think you should put up a "Buddhist" sign that says, "I'm telling you the teachings of Buddhism!" Just by looking at the fact that you aren't keeping the commandments of Buddhism.

I am not denying Buddhism in Japan today.

If Buddhism is the religion that keeps the teachings of Buddhism, I'm just saying that it would be strange to use the name Buddhism in Japanese "Buddhism."

The essence of Buddhism is auspiciousness and the Ku.

We have not inherited the essence of Buddhism in Japan since Buddhism was introduced to Japan,

I think it is clear that it was introduced to Japan after being replaced by Chinese Confucian and Taoist ideas on the way.

As soon as I became a "Kei" via China, Shaka-sama's teachings changed to "The Book of the Road."

It's still the same today.

There is a lot of history about how the superpowers of Sinocentrism treated foreign cultural objects in this way.

As is often the case in his country, this is a severe problem for us understanding Buddhism and Buddhism.

We should study what was introduced and how it was introduced, rather than studying when it was introduced to Japan.

Buddhism, which came to Japan from China, was a mixture of Taoism and Confucianism.

Through the influence of Taoism and Confucianism, the concept of mortuary tablets is still inherited.

Initially, there was no mortuary tablet in Buddhism, unique to Confucianism and Taoism.

Shaka-Sama says, "There is nothing a priori."

"A priori" (<Latin> a priori) is a recognition method that begins with the cause or principle of the causal series in medieval educational philosophy, and in modern epistemology after Kant, it depends on experience. It means that it precedes it. "From Digital Daijisen

Before Buddhism was introduced to Japan, its essence was entirely replaced by the Chinese religion "There is a priori". It was

Looking at it so far, it taught me that the history I learned at school was after Buddhism was introduced to Japan, so in 804, Saicho and Kukai learned Chinese Buddhism over Tang. It turns out that was already Taoist Buddhism.

I have believed that Japanese "Buddhism" is Buddhism of Buddhism, so I feel that the ladder has been removed again. I find myself happy while I am alive.

I understood Mahayana Buddhism, which was introduced to Japan as orthodox Buddhism.

It was a great misunderstanding. It was not Buddhism that was introduced to Japan, but Taoist Buddhism.

It's better to call it Taoism or Confucianism than Buddhism. Or it should be called Brahmanism.

The road is "the only truth in the world that is nothing but that", Kant's concept of "a priori".

It refers to the concept of being correct forever in the future.

I've been poisoned by this idea so far, so maybe something I'm doing is wrong? Nevertheless, I continued to feel uneasy.

However, Shaka-sama denies the way.

"There is no single truth in this world.

It doesn't matter what it is; there is nothing in the world that is just that. "

That is the idea.

Therefore, I can't ask the way, and I die because of it.

Although Buddhism was destroyed in India by the Islamic invasion, all the great monks who lived in North and East India at that time fled to Nepal and Tibet and survived.

And they introduced Buddhism there.

Worldwide, "Tibetan Buddhism conveys the original orthodox Buddhism to this day. The original Buddhism introduced to the south from the time of Buddhism has been transmitted to Sri Lanka and other countries in Pali to the present day." It seems that it has become a recognition.

This year is the 13th anniversary of his late father, but he has become a little complicated.

However, I cannot stop the custom of visiting Buddhist altars and graves immediately so I will continue for a while. I will continue until my brainwashing is removed from my head (heart).

(I think it's only a matter of time since it's starting to come out)

It will be compatible if you don't think about connecting Buddhism with Buddhism.

About 2500 years ago, Shaka chanted, "There is no a priori."

In an era when people all believed in God and lived under that authority, they directly denied its a priori nature.

When Buddha says, "There is no perfect information in this world," the longing for God of those who believe in God disappears.

Also, for those afraid of death, Shaka-sama ends with a single word, "If you die, there is no one afraid of it."

When that happens, humans will be utterly free from illusions. Shaka-sama taught that "the future is an illusion, the past is an illusion."

An episode is written in the early scripture "Agama Sutra".

When asked by his disciples, "Is there a world after death?" Buddha replies:

When a poisoned arrow flies and stabs you,

"Where did this arrow fly from?"

"What kind of poison is this?"

"Who shot it?"

There is something to do before thinking about it. That is to pull out the arrow immediately.

However, Shaka-sama did not directly assert that "there is no world after death."

When he answered metaphysical questions such as the spirit and the world, he said, "I will not answer it." Instead, he says "blank".

Because it is impossible to prove them in life, and it makes no sense to think.

In Christendom, the teachings of Buddha have long been called the "devil's religion."

The Buddhism created by Buddhism, which denies God, seems to be very evil in the eyes of Christians.

The Buddha's cult must have become more antisocial, but many of his disciples were also assassinated.

Shaka-sama denied the mantra in the first place. In a nutshell, a mantra is a spell. Shaka teaches that casting an incomprehensible spell doesn't do anything.

Those who believed in Buddha seemed to have been cured of their illness.

Even if he doesn't believe much, he will cure the illness if the Buddha can rewrite the person's internal expression.

This area is about the unconscious and homeostasis. See also the blog post below.

Effective use of homeostasis function

The story of the most potent combination of unconsciousness and homeostasis feedback.

It was the time of Brahmanism, so people worshipped one of the Brahmin, Shaka-sama, as a superhuman, but, probably, they did not sympathise with that radical idea. It always feels radical.

However, no essential contradiction is inherent in any religion in Shaka-sama's teachings.

It is a question of why human beings, who are partial information, can understand perfect information.

In that respect, due to denying God, Shaka has solved why people need God.

Misunderstandings related to "Buddhism."

  • In the oldest Buddhist scripture, "Sutta Nipata," the Buddhist priest's words clearly state that "priests should not perform magic or fortune-telling."

  • Mahayana Buddhism has adopted the concept of God, "Nyorai," even though Shaka-sama said, "there is no god."

  • Not only are new gods such as Yakushi Nyorai, who grants the benefits of this world, and Dainichi Nyorai, who worshipped the universe, but also the Buddha himself is made a god named Shaka-sama Nyorai.

  • When there is a world after death, the destination changes depending on the ritual of the religion. Religion becomes the power of the "world". Buddha thought that the practitioner should leave power. So Buddha banned funerals from monks.

  • Shaka-sama's teaching is to know that there is no difference between you and yourself. That is the state of enlightenment. Because I have no ego, I and others are the same. There is neither self-power nor other power. Unfortunately, it just sounds like the sect's words are inconsistent, and Shaka-sama is consistently inconsistent from beginning to end.

  • It is a fact that only in the Showa era that the Japanese first learn about the teachings of Shaka-sama's "sky." "Etc. + Etc.

The idea of an absolute God has already been denied by "Gödel's incompleteness theorem". Therefore, there is nothing absolute in this world.

Recently, physicists who study quantum theory have begun to discuss the teachings of Shaka and quantum theory.

This time, I tried to organise "(Japanese) Buddhism" and (Shaka-sama's) Buddhism.

Next, I would like to sort out the essence of Shaka-sama's teachings, "luck" and "sky."

This article is a compilation of the contents of many books by Dr Tomabechi. Please note that I did not study with primary materials such as Buddhist texts.

2 views0 comments


bottom of page