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Buddhist Concepts​

In each moment of life there is profound potential. The teachings of Nichiren Buddhism awaken us to these transformative possibilities and enable us to harness them. The concepts here form the framework of this view of life and the practice of Nichiren Buddhism.

The Oneness of Mentor and Disciple
The mentor’s life is focused on the empowerment of others, modeling the fact that our own highest potential and happiness are realized through taking action for others.
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Who is a Buddha?
The literal meaning of Buddha is “enlightened one.” Enlightenment is a fully awakened state of vast wisdom through which reality in all its complexity can be fully understood and enjoyed. Any human being who is awakened to the fundamental truth about life can be called a Buddha.
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The Ten Worlds
This concept of the “Ten Worlds” offers a useful framework for understanding both the changeable nature of our moods and the basic nature or tendencies of our character. More significantly, it provides us with a sense of the great possibility inherent in life at each moment.
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Three Thousand Realms in a Single Moment of Life
The philosophical system of the three thousand realms in a single moment of life provides a basis for hope, for it posits that our reality at each moment is a function of our life state, that when our life state changes, the world itself appears in a new light.
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