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Net als geloven heb je bij het buddhisme ook kapers op de loer. Zogenaamde lama's en substromingen. Naar mijn inzien bestaat er slechts 1 authentieke boedda, de Budai.

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Schijn budda
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De authentieke boedda, Budai

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Budai
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Bố Đại statue at the Vĩnh Trng Temple, Vietnam
Budai
Chinese name
Chinese 布袋
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Alternative Chinese name
Chinese 笑佛
Literal meaning Laughing Buddha
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Second alternative Chinese name
Chinese 胖佛
Literal meaning Fat Buddha
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Vietnamese name
Vietnamese alphabet Bố Đại
Korean name
Hangul 포대
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Japanese name
Kanji 布袋
Hiragana ほてい
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For other uses, see Budai (disambiguation).
"Hotei" redirects here. For the Japanese musician, see Tomoyasu Hotei.
"Putai" redirects here. For the former city of China, see Binzhou. For its former county, see Boxing County.
Budai, Hotei or Pu-Tai[1][2] (Chinese and Japanese: 布袋; pinyin: Bdi; rōmaji: Hotei[3]; Vietnamese: Bố Đại) is a Chinese folkloric deity. His name means "Cloth Sack",[3] and comes from the bag that he is conventionally depicted as carrying. He is usually identified with or seen as an incarnation of Maitreya, the future Buddha, so much so that the Budai image is one of the main forms in which Maitreya is depicted in China.[3] He is almost always shown smiling or laughing, hence his nickname in Chinese, the Laughing Buddha (Chinese: 笑佛; pinyin: Xio F).[1][3][4]

In the West, the image of Budai is often mistaken for that of Gautama Buddha, and is hence called the Fat Buddha (Chinese: 胖佛; pinyin: Png F).[5]

Contents [hide]
1 Description
2 History
3 Traditions that revere Budai
3.1 Buddhism
3.2 Folklore
3.3 Yiguandao
3.4 Chan, Seon and Zen
4 Conflation with other religious figures
4.1 Angida Arhat
4.2 Phra Sangkajai / Phra Sangkachai
5 In popular culture
6 Gallery
7 References
8 External links
Description[edit]
Budai is traditionally depicted as a fat, bald man wearing a robe[1][4][6] and wearing or otherwise carrying prayer beads. He carries his few possessions in a cloth sack,[4] being poor but content. He is often depicted entertaining or being followed by adoring children.[3] His figure appears throughout Chinese culture as a representation of both contentment and abundance.[4]

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Op donderdag 29 mei 2014 14:02 schreef SadPanda het volgende:
Er is een keuze, dat ze kiezen voor Assad staat alleen 100% vast.
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Goed verhaal, van Wiki. Ofzo.
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Boeddha is een staat van zijn. Ziyech, jouw moeder en de paus kunnen allemaal een boeddha worden.
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Dat dacht ik ook, Gautama was alleen de eerste die t uitgevonden had meen ik
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0s.gif Op zaterdag 9 september 2017 22:31 schreef Pizzakoppo het volgende:
Boeddha is een staat van zijn. Ziyech, jouw moeder en de paus kunnen allemaal een boeddha worden.
Dit ja. Wat de eerste persoon is die het "uitgevonden" heeft doet er verder niet toe, dat gaat het "doel" al voorbij.
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