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  • n. Plural form of Buddha.

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Examples

  • I am not a Buddhist, but I am into that whole knowledge thing and I know it's bad Buddhism and that a. the Buddhas in question are not called that and b. the whole point of the two Buddhas is to indicate parts of his life and point out that the middle road is best.

    Fairyland

  • "I used to be upset by the mercantilism, but now I appreciate all of those manifestations as they are ways for people to have portable receptacles to carry the spirit of the work," says the Flemish artist, whose exhibit Portraits & Buddhas is on view from Nov. 11 to Dec. 17 at NOHO Modern in Los Angeles, Calif.

    Menachem Wecker: The Reality of Fake Buddhas: A New Ancient Art Exhibit

  • Your mind has from beginningless time been empty of inherent existence, and now that your mind is purified of all defilements, the same emptiness is called a Buddhas nature body.

    Becoming Enlightened

  • Those who have some experience of these cessations and paths in their mental continua make up the spiritual community, and those who have brought this process of spiritual development to perfection are known as Buddhas.

    Becoming Enlightened

  • From beginningless time your mind has been empty of inherent existence, and now that your mind is also purified of all defilements, your emptiness of mind is called a Buddhas nature body.

    Becoming Enlightened

  • Just across the way, she stopped and peered up to study the two soaring statues, which her mother had called Buddhas, sculpted right into the mountain.

    Lipstick in Afghanistan

  • Gungtangzang then correlates the two truths with the unified pair of the object to whom the offering is made, namely the Buddhas, and the enlightening activities of that object.

    The Gelug-Kagyu Tradition of Mahamudra ��� Session Two

  • A second class of tutelaries is composed of so-called Buddhas, accompanied by Śaktis and terrific in aspect, who are manifestations of the Buddhahood for special purposes.

    Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3

  • We are given to understand that the intelligence of those supermen who are called Buddhas sees that the four Truths are a consequence of the nature of the universe but subsequent instruction bids us attend to the truths themselves and not to their connection with the universal scheme.

    Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 1

  • This is discussed in Chandrakirti’s Supplement to (Nagarjuna’s “Root Stanzas on) the Middle Way” (dBu-ma-la ‘jug-pa, Skt. Madhyamakavatara), where it says that the source of the great attainments of the Buddhas is their compassion.

    A Commentary on Attitude-Training Like the Rays of the Sun - His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama ��� Day Four: Completion of Preliminaries and the Two Types of Bodhichitta

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