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Buddha statue in the Seokguram grotto

Buddhism is a religious doctrine and a path of spiritual training based based on the teachings of the historical Buddha Siddhattha Gotama. After Christianity, Islam and Hinduism, it forms the fourth largest religious community on Earth, but unlike the former, it is not a theistic religion, centred on the revelation and worship of one or more deities. The Buddha's teachings aim at the enlightenment (Bodhi) of man, through which he is to recognise the nothingness of existence and the illusory character of the I - or rather of the ego - and free himself forever from the sorrowful cycle of rebirths (samsara) in order to finally expire in Nirvana.


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Index to the Complete Works of Rudolf Steiner - Aelzina Books
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Rudolf Steiner Archive - The largest online collection of Rudolf Steiner's books, lectures and articles in English.
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Rudolf Steiner Handbook - Christian Karl's proven standard work for orientation in Rudolf Steiner's Collected Works for free download as PDF.