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Participants can engage in displays and item exchanges linked to Buddhism.

  • Ended
  • 300 Canadian dollars
  • 1037 Yuyuan Road, Changning District, Shanghai, China

Service Description

Buddhism is one of the major religions and has a history dating back more than 2,500 years. Buddha, often referred to as the "Tathgata," focuses on enhancing and raising people's inner spirits and conscience. The goal of Buddhist practise is to follow the path that the Gautama Buddha took to understand how to find the truth about life and the cosmos, ultimately finding relief that transcends both life and death and sorrow. The Gautam Buddha was said to have been "born into the world for a great cause" in the Dharma. The "great cause" was the truth of the Buddha's enlightenment, which is today known as the "cause of Dharma." Buddhism promotes the idea that morality is born by karma. There isn't a principle that isn't born from karma, hence the existence of principles is truly nonexistent, according to the Fundamental Verses on the Middle Way. All things are a result of past lives' karmas; they are empty because they are not self-initiated and nonexistent when there is no karma. Buddhists think that everything has a primary and secondary cause. Things occur when karma is present; they vanish when karma is absent. Please Note: - There is a 30 business member cap on attendance for this event. - Participants can converse and share ideas on issues connected to Buddhism during this event. Displays of Buddhist-related items from members' collections will be present. - There is vegetarian meal available - Make a reservation in advance. Following the reservation, you'll receive information on the event and the service provisions. Five days before to the event's date, registration is required. Please inform us in advance if you won't be able to make it. - No certificates will be given out at the event. Please get in touch with the necessary recognised evaluation and appraisal associations if you need qualifications and supporting papers. - Although there will be security on site, relics, gold, statues, and other valuables should be kept in a security safe. - Please get in touch with the buyer following the event if you want to sell anything from your collection. Transactions are not allowed during the event, and OGP is not liable for any that do take place. - Please use caution when speaking and acting if you are not a Buddhist. We will not put up with insulting remarks or behaviour, in which case we will ask you to leave right away.

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