Buddhism Nirvana


I believe that everyone has heard about the word “Nirvana”. But do you know what does this means and how can you achieve Nirvana? In Buddhism, nirvana is the state of ultimate spiritual goal to be released from rebirths in samara. stop the cycle of repeated birth in Buddhism for the believers. It has been believed that karma and next life reincarnation happens to everyone is the endless cycle of repeated birth, mundane existence and dying again. It is considered to be suffering, and in general unsatisfactory and painful, perpetuated by desire and ignorance (avidya), resulting in karma.

Nirvana (Pali: निब्बान Nibbāna; Sanskrit: निर्वाण Nirvāṇa), a Buddhist term, which is also translated as loach, nirvana, nirvana, nirvana, and tyrannical man, which translates as extinction, extinction, extinction, silence Destruction, inaction, liberation, freedom, comfort, immortality, etc., the new translation is Pani Nirvana (Pali: pari-nibbāna, Sanskrit: pari-nirvāṇa), and also translated as Phan Ni, Polly, Into the extinction, into the extinction, and silence.

Buddhism means that Nirvana is a state of annihilation of all the nature of all the laws in the world, so Nirvana will never have all the troubles and pains in life. Six reincarnations of the next life. The term originally originated from the Brahmanism of ancient India, when opinions were divided.

Buddhism believes that the outside world cannot prove what Nirvana is. In the era without Buddhism, only the Buddha and Phi Phi Buddha can testify to Nirvana. After the birth of Shakyamuni Bodhisattva, he became a Buddhist monk and turned to Falun. After the Buddha and Arahant sacrifice their lives, they will obtain evidence without nirvana and enter the state of immortality, also known as nirvana, which is more commonly used as Nirvana (meaning “enter nirvana”, meaning “entrance”), meaning physical death After that, he enters a state of immortality.

To this day, when Buddhist masters, Shamen, Bhikkhu, Bhikkhuni, etc. pass away, many people will respect them as Nirvana. Mahayana view is that the Buddha and Bodhisattva can live in nirvana at the same time.

涅槃(巴利語:निब्बान Nibbāna;梵語:निर्वाण Nirvāṇa),佛教術語,又譯為泥洹、涅槃那、涅槃那、泥盤那、暱縛男,意譯為熄滅、滅、滅度、寂滅、無為、解脫、自在、安樂、不生不滅等,新譯作般涅槃(巴利語:pari-nibbāna,梵語:pari-nirvāṇa),又譯為般泥洹、波利暱縛男、入滅、入滅度、圓寂。