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The Gradual Path of Buddhism

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  1. The Gradual Path of Buddhism We all travel at different paces, and we are all at different stages of progress, at different parts of our lives. There is NO ‘one-size fits all’ philosophy in Buddhism!

  2. The Gradual Path of Buddhism We all travel at different paces, and we are all at different stages of progress, at different parts of our lives. There is NO ‘one-size fits all’ philosophy in Buddhism!

  3. The Gradual Path of Buddhism We all travel at different paces, and we are all at different stages of progress, at different parts of our lives. There is NO ‘one-size fits all’ philosophy in Buddhism!

  4. The Gradual Path of Buddhism Buddhism is a gradual path of progress that recognizes people are all different. One of the great teachings of the Buddha - The Mangala Sutta - guides us along this gradual path.

  5. The Gradual Path of Buddhism Buddhism is a gradual path of progress that recognizes people are all different. One of the great teachings of the Buddha - The Mangala Sutta - guides us along this gradual path.

  6. The Gradual Path Seriously practice the 8 Fold PathBreak the 10 Fetters Take RefugeBe in touch with the Dhamma Develop the 10 Meritorious Deeds Help others Avoid wrongful occupations Follow a code of discipline Get yourself on the right pathCultivate good friendships

  7. The Gradual Path Seriously practice the 8 Fold PathBreaking the 10 Fetters Taking RefugeBe in touch with the Dhamma Help othersDevelop the 10 Meritorious Deeds Follow a code of disciplineAvoid wrongful occupations Get yourself on the right pathCultivate good friendships

  8. Cultivate good friendships Mangala Sutta : 1st Blessing – Associate not with the foolish. 2nd Blessing – Associate with the wise. The Buddha to Ananda : “Not half, but a person's entire life is established on friendship, companionship and association with the good." Choose your friends wisely!

  9. Cultivate good friendships Mangala Sutta : 1st Blessing – Associate not with the foolish. 2nd Blessing – Associate with the wise. The Buddha to Ananda : “Not half, but a person's entire life is established on friendship, companionship and association with the good." Choose your friends wisely!

  10. Cultivate good friendships Mangala Sutta : 1st Blessing – Associate not with the foolish. 2nd Blessing – Associate with the wise. The Buddha to Ananda : “Not half, but a person's entire life is established on friendship, companionship and association with the good." Choose your friends wisely!

  11. Cultivate good friendships Mangala Sutta : 1st Blessing – Associate not with the foolish. 2nd Blessing – Associate with the wise. The Buddha to Ananda : “Not half, but a person's entire life is established on friendship, companionship and association with the good." Choose your friends wisely!

  12. Cultivate good friendships Mangala Sutta : 1st Blessing – Associate not with the foolish. 2nd Blessing – Associate with the wise. The Buddha to Ananda : “Not half, but a person's entire life is established on friendship, companionship and association with the good." Choose your friends wisely!

  13. Cultivate good friendships Mangala Sutta : 1st Blessing – Associate not with the foolish. 2nd Blessing – Associate with the wise. The Buddha to Ananda : “Not half, but a person's entire life is established on friendship, companionship and association with the good." Choose your friends wisely!

  14. The Gradual Path Seriously practice the 8 Fold PathBreaking the 10 Fetters Taking RefugeBe in touch with the Dhamma Help othersDevelop the 10 Meritorious Deeds Follow a code of disciplineAvoid wrongful occupations Get yourself on the right path Cultivate good friendships

  15. The Gradual Path Seriously practice the 8 Fold PathBreaking the 10 Fetters Taking RefugeBe in touch with the Dhamma Help othersDevelop the 10 Meritorious Deeds Avoid wrongful occupationsFollow a code of discipline Get yourself on the right path Cultivate good friendships

  16. The Five Precepts 1. Abstain from harming and killing 2. Abstain from taking what is not given 3. Abstain from sexual misconduct 4. Abstain from lying and false speech 5. Abstain from abuse of intoxicants and drugs

  17. The Five Precepts 1. Abstain from harming and killing 2. Abstain from taking what is not given 3. Abstain from sexual misconduct 4. Abstain from lying and false speech 5. Abstain from abuse of intoxicants and drugs

  18. The Five Precepts 1. Abstain from harming and killing 2. Abstain from taking what is not given 3. Abstain from sexual misconduct 4. Abstain from lying and false speech 5. Abstain from abuse of intoxicants and drugs

  19. The Five Precepts 1. Abstain from harming and killing 2. Abstain from taking what is not given 3. Abstain from sexual misconduct 4. Abstain from lying and false speech 5. Abstain from abuse of intoxicants and drugs

  20. The Five Precepts 1. Abstain from harming and killing 2. Abstain from taking what is not given 3. Abstain from sexual misconduct 4. Abstain from lying and false speech 5. Abstain from abuse of intoxicants and drugs

  21. The Five Precepts 1. Abstain from harming and killing 2. Abstain from taking what is not given 3. Abstain from sexual misconduct 4. Abstain from lying and false speech 5. Abstain from abuse of intoxicants and drugs

  22. The Gradual Path Seriously practice the 8 Fold PathBreaking the 10 Fetters Taking RefugeBe in touch with the Dhamma Help othersDevelop the 10 Meritorious Deeds Avoid wrongful occupations Follow a code of discipline Get yourself on the right pathCultivate good friendships

  23. The Gradual Path Seriously practice the 8 Fold PathBreaking the 10 Fetters Taking RefugeBe in touch with the Dhamma Develop the 10 Meritorious DeedsHelp others Avoid wrongful occupations Follow a code of discipline Get yourself on the right path Cultivate good friendships

  24. The Gradual Path Seriously practice the 8 Fold PathBreaking the 10 Fetters Taking RefugeBe in touch with the Dhamma Develop the 10 Meritorious DeedsHelp others Avoid wrongful occupations Follow a code of discipline Get yourself on the right pathCultivate good friendships

  25. Kamma Throughout our lives, we are continually creating good and bad kamma through 3 types of actions : • Actions of body • Actions of speech • Actions of mind

  26. Kamma Throughout our lives, we are continually creating good and bad kamma through 3 types of actions : • Actions of body • Actions of speech • Actions of mind

  27. Kamma Throughout our lives, we are continually creating good and bad kamma through 3 types of actions : • Actions of body • Actions of speech • Actions of mind

  28. Kamma Throughout our lives, we are continually creating good and bad kamma through 3 types of actions : • Actions of body • Actions of speech • Actions of mind

  29. The 10 Demeritorious Deeds

  30. The 10 Demeritorious Deeds

  31. The 10 Demeritorious Deeds

  32. The 10 Demeritorious Deeds

  33. The 10 Demeritorious Deeds

  34. The 10 Demeritorious Deeds

  35. The 10 Demeritorious Deeds

  36. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  37. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  38. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  39. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  40. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  41. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  42. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  43. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  44. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  45. The 10 Meritorious Deeds

  46. The 10 Meritorious Deeds