Most Buddhism teachers would agree that we know this as the word for the ultimate goal of all buddha activity- Buddhahood (Namo) — when our minds are pure (Nirodha) and we have attained the ultimate wisdom.
In Buddhism, it’s not all or nothing. The Buddha is also the ultimate Master of all buddhas in the universe, and the Lotus represents his “body”. His ultimate wisdom is our ultimate wisdom. In other words, all wisdom can be found in the Lotus — if we are prepared to cultivate the path correctly. This makes sense to some. Buddhists are all about “getting things done”. We are “one mind” at the end. The ultimate teaching of the Lotus — the Lotus Sutras, is about “perfecting practice” and “getting results”. What would you say the ultimate goal in your life is? There are many things we might like to do. Are there any particular things we need to improve on? What are some practices that would really work? Maybe we want to spend more time with our mother, maybe not. Who are some other people in your life who might be a better match for us than ourselves? The Lotus is a great guide in this direction and a great motivator. There are also lots of people who would like to be more like the Buddha but do not yet have the “right background”, especially those in “modern” society who are struggling with all kinds of emotional struggles such as depression, anger, etc. The Buddha didn’t look for anyone’s spiritual development. He wanted the ultimate practice and the ultimate result. So how can we develop these desires for the ultimate goal? How can we develop the desire for the ultimate result by improving the practice and by cultivating the wisdom and compassion of the dharma? That’s the reason for the Lotus. In Buddhism, we are all the same, whether we are male or female, young or old, rich or poor, spiritual man or spiritual woman, or even someone with no religious training whatsoever. For the Lotus, we are all the same; we come from a similar perspective and are all equal in terms the practice and the results we can achieve. That’s why the Lotus is such a great tool for creating a world view for the world. We can’t be the same anymore if the world view and the practice are different. The teachings say to “get this right” and to “get results”. Then we get into the Lotus (practice).
The ultimate goal for many
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