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Rather than the founder of a new religion , Siddhartha Gautama was the founder and leader of a sect of wanderer ascetics Sramanas , one of many sects that existed at that time all over India. The Sramanas movement, which originated in the culture of world renunciation that emerged in India from about the 7th century BCE, was the common origin of many religious and philosophical traditions in India, including the Charvaka school, Buddhism, and its sister religion, Jainism.

The Sramanas were renunciants who rejected the Vedic teachings, which was the traditional religious order in India, and renounced conventional society. Siddhartha Gautama lived during a time of profound social changes in India. The authority of the Vedic religion was being challenged by a number of new religious and philosophical views.

But things were different in the 5th BCE, as society was no longer nomadic: agrarian settlements had replaced the old nomad caravans and evolved into villages, then into towns and finally into cities. Under the new urban context, a considerable sector of Indian society was no longer satisfied with the old Vedic faith.

After Siddhartha Gautama passed away, the community he founded slowly evolved into a religion-like movement and the teachings of Siddhartha became the basis of Buddhism. The historical evidence suggests that Buddhism had a humble beginning. Apparently, it was a relatively minor tradition in India, and some scholars have proposed that the impact of the Buddha in his own day was relatively limited due to the scarcity of written documents, inscriptions, and archaeological evidence from that time.

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By the 3rd century BCE, the picture we have of Buddhism is very different. He provided a favourable social and political climate for the acceptance of Buddhist ideas, encouraged Buddhist missionary activity, and even generated among Buddhist monks certain expectations of patronage and influence on the machinery of political decision making. Archaeological evidence for Buddhism between the death of the Buddha and the time of Ashoka is scarce; after the time of Ashoka it is abundant. After the death of the Buddha, those who followed his teachings had formed settled communities in different locations.

Language differences, doctrinal disagreements, the influence of non-Buddhist schools, loyalties to specific teachers, and the absence of a recognized overall authority or unifying organizational structure are just some examples of factors that contributed to sectarian fragmentation.

About a century after the death of Buddha, during the Second Buddhist Council, we find the first major schism ever recorded in Buddhism: The Mahasanghika school. Many different schools of Buddhism had developed at that time. Buddhist tradition speaks about 18 schools of early Buddhism, although we know that there were more than that, probably around Traditionally, it is held that the Mahasanghika school came into existence as a result of a dispute over monastic practice.

They also seem to have emphasized the supramundane nature of the Buddha, so they were accused of preaching that the Buddha had the attributes of a god.

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During the course of several centuries, both the Sthaviravada and the Mahasanghika schools underwent many transformations, originating different schools. The Theravada school, which still lives in our day, emerged from the Sthaviravada line, and is the dominant form of Buddhism in Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. The Mahasanghika school eventually disappeared as an ordination tradition. This school had a more adaptable approach and was open to doctrinal innovations. Some of the merchants using these roads were Buddhists who took their religion with them.

Buddhist monks also used these roads for missionary activity. Buddhism entered Sri Lanka during this time. After reaching Sri Lanka, Buddhism crossed the sea into Myanmar Burma : Despite the fact that some Burmese accounts say that the Buddha himself converted the inhabitants of Lower and Upper Myanmar, historical evidence suggests otherwise.

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Buddhism co-existed in Myanmar with other traditions such as Brahmanism and various locals animists cults. The presence of Buddhism in Indonesia and the Malay peninsula is supported by archaeological records from about the 5th century CE. While Buddhism was flourishing all over the rest of Asia, its importance in India gradually diminished. Two important factors contributed to this process: a number of Muslim invasions, and the advancement of Hinduism , which incorporated the Buddha as part of the pantheon of endless gods; he came to be regarded as one of the many manifestations of the god Vishnu.

In the end, the Buddha was swallowed up by the realm of Hindu gods, his importance diminished, and in the very land where it was born, Buddhism dwindled to be practiced by very few. The majority of these missionaries belonged to the Mahayana school. The initial stage of Buddhism is China was not very promising. Chinese culture had a long-established intellectual and religious tradition and a strong sense of cultural superiority that did not help the reception of Buddhist ideas.

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The book offers simple, effective, and practical remedies to psychic problems encountered by most people. Why does Lord Ganesha have an elephant head? Was Lord Hanuman really a monkey? Why are Indian deities shown with blue skin? What is the meaning of a peacock feather? If you would like to know the answers to these questions and many more, this book is for you. Drawing upon his vast knowledge of various cultures and religions and with his background as a Master Pranic Healer, Master Choa Kok Sui reveals the true meaning behind many of the symbols and rituals of Hinduism.

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Unknown to the masses, they actually contain the blueprint for rapid spiritual development. Grand Master Choa breathes life into the spiritual dimensions of wealth, sex, war, alchemy and other mundane preoccupations based on the Tree of Life. Set against a multi-cultural backdrop, are the syntheses of various esoteric systems. Within this book are inner secrets of the spiritual anatomy in the form of the Inverted Tree of Life as it relates to the inner constitution of the embodied human soul, practical aspects of the chakras, the incarnated soul and the higher soul as explained through the Hindu, Buddhist, Egyptian, Christian and Jewish Traditions and much more.

Mantras are sacred words or sounds that vibrate to certain divine connections. Grand Master Choa Kok Sui reveals the deeper understanding of this powerful mantra, its numerous benefits and applications. How did he meet his Teacher? Who are his spiritual mentors and what were their contributions to Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga? What are the different levels of Arhatic Yoga? In this latest book, Master Choa Kok Sui reveals for the first time amazing revelations on the roots of Pranic Healing, a major breakthrough of the 21st century, and Arhatic Yoga, which is an advanced form of spiritual practice.

Now for the first time, Grand Master Choa publicly tells the personal story of his Spiritual Unfolding. This comprehensive guide on the 11 major chakras is the first of its kind in the world. Most books only describe the 7 chakras. After many years of extensive experimentation and validation from high level clairvoyants, Grand Master Choa Kok Sui reveals the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual significance of the 11 Major chakras.

It includes never before seen color images of the chakras painted by an advanced clairvoyant artist. Special references on the chakras are made in relation to the Kabbalistic, Chinese Acupuncture and Hindu traditions. Ancient Meditations techniques are now revealed and taught to the public in this rare book. This booklet has 70 sutras and is designed as a practical tool for consistent daily spiritual expansion of your mind.

By the repeated reading of this book, you can achieve illumination and divine oneness within a very short period of time. This union through knowledge and understanding imparts spiritual practical strength and depth to everyone. Learn to gradually improve your memory, increase focus and achieve mental clarity with a simple easy to do exercise.

They were compiled over a period of 9 years and are a tremendous source of guidance and inspiration to many. The books can be purchased and read separately — they do not need to be read in any sequence.

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