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[Q&A] Did Buddha ever get sick or injured?
« on: December 10, 2017, 01:09:40 AM »
Quote from: Euphorbium on BSE
Did Buddha ever get sick or injured?

Specifically in his last life, both before enlightenment and after.

Venerable members of the Sangha,
walking in front Fellows in leading the holly life.

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In Respect of the Triple Gems, Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha, in Respect of the Elders of the community  _/\_ , my person tries to answer this question. Please, may all knowledgeable Venerables and Dhammika, out of compassion, correct my person, if something is not correct and fill also graps, if something is missing.

Valued Upasaka, Upasika, Aramika(inis),
dear Readers and Visitors,

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(This is a maybe modified and expanded answer of the "original" that can be found here  .)

- Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa -



Euphorbium, it's not sure if you might have the "strong condition causes" to get in touch by this even by form and it's not sure if you might be touched on the ground of conviction or seeing your self. It's not sure of what kind a certain birth, here or there, might offer. It's on dependency of past and current effort of what would be grasped. A birth in a realm or a place where the Dhamma does not florish, where there is no association with admirable friend, that is one condition one has no base to grow in Dhamma torward liberation. As for the question:

Yes, both for both, before and after Awakening, but after Awakening aging, sickness and death didn't touch anybody any more.

Before his Awakening he was terrible touched by aging sickness and death. The circumstances, an awaress that lead him, conviced that if one is able to go beyond, he would be able if it is possible, not willing to be a "normal loser".

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

"Monks, I lived in refinement, utmost refinement, total refinement. My father even had lotus ponds made in our palace: one where red-lotuses bloomed, one where white lotuses bloomed, one where blue lotuses bloomed, all for my sake. I used no sandalwood that was not from Varanasi. My turban was from Varanasi, as were my tunic, my lower garments, & my outer cloak. A white sunshade was held over me day & night to protect me from cold, heat, dust, dirt, & dew.

"I had three palaces: one for the cold season, one for the hot season, one for the rainy season. During the four months of the rainy season I was entertained in the rainy-season palace by minstrels without a single man among them, and I did not once come down from the palace. Whereas the servants, workers, & retainers in other people's homes are fed meals of lentil soup & broken rice, in my father's home the servants, workers, & retainers were fed wheat, rice, and meat.

"Even though I was endowed with such fortune, such total refinement, the thought occurred to me: 'When an untaught, run-of-the-mill person, himself subject to aging, not beyond aging, sees another who is aged, he is horrified, humiliated, & disgusted, oblivious to himself that he too is subject to aging, not beyond aging. If I — who am subject to aging, not beyond aging — were to be horrified, humiliated, & disgusted on seeing another person who is aged, that would not be fitting for me.' As I noticed this, the [typical] young person's intoxication with youth entirely dropped away.

"Even though I was endowed with such fortune, such total refinement, the thought occurred to me: 'When an untaught, run-of-the-mill person, himself subject to illness, not beyond illness, sees another who is ill, he is horrified, humiliated, & disgusted, oblivious to himself that he too is subject to illness, not beyond illness. And if I — who am subject to illness, not beyond illness — were to be horrified, humiliated, & disgusted on seeing another person who is ill, that would not be fitting for me.' As I noticed this, the healthy person's intoxication with health entirely dropped away.

"Even though I was endowed with such fortune, such total refinement, the thought occurred to me: 'When an untaught, run-of-the-mill person, himself subject to death, not beyond death, sees another who is dead, he is horrified, humiliated, & disgusted, oblivious to himself that he too is subject to death, not beyond death. And if I — who am subject to death, not beyond death — were to be horrified, humiliated, & disgusted on seeing another person who is dead, that would not be fitting for me.' As I noticed this, the living person's intoxication with life entirely dropped away."
Quote from: AN 3.38

So being now not perfect, subject to suffering, not content with this situation at all, he actually left house, home, "security" for the quest to go beyond, of which he attained later in finding aside of the truth of suffering, it's origin, it's cessation and the path of practice leading to cessation.

By removing the possibility of touch, being touched, in the way not-knowing was totally destructed, a touch of not-knowing no more possible, the Buddha is beyond what beings are subject to.

to be continued possible later...

Now still an Arahats aggregats might remain in the world and run out their causes. Touched by effects of previous causes, in regard of body, there is still aging, sickness and death of what there is no more identification with it.

The Buddha described it with the skin once removed from a death cow. Althought one might put on the skin on the cow again, it would be no more connected.

There are serval occatiins in which the Buddha (the Awakened) falled into sickness and pain, like for example told in the famous Paritta here, which also shows how an Arahat releases him from suffering when still alive:

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

Factors of Enlightenment

Thus have I heard:

On one occasion the Blessed One was living near Rajagaha in the bamboo grove in the squirrels' feeding ground. At that time, he was afflicted with a disease, was suffering therefrom, and was gravely ill.

Then the Venerable Maha Cunda[2] 'arising from his solitude at eventide'[3] approached the Blessed One, saluted him, and sat down beside him.

To the Venerable Maha Cunda thus seated, the Blessed One said:

"O Cunda, let the factors of enlightenment occur to your mind."

"These seven factors of enlightenment, bhante (Ven. Sir), are well expounded and are cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. They conduce to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana. What are the seven?

i. "Mindfulness, the factor of enlightenment, bhante, is well expounded by the Blessed One, and is cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. It conduces to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana.

ii. "Investigation of the Dhamma, the factor of enlightenment, bhante, is well expounded by the Blessed One and is cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. It conduces to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana.

iii. "Persevering effort, the factor of enlightenment, bhante, is well expounded by the Blessed One and is cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. It conduces to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana.

iv. "Rapture, the factor of enlightenment, bhante, is well expounded by the Blessed One and is cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. It conduces to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana.

v. "Calm, the factor of enlightenment, bhante, is well expounded by the Blessed One and is cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. It conduces to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana.

vi. "Concentration, the factor of enlightenment, bhante, is well expounded by the Blessed One and is cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. It conduces to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana.

vii. "Equanimity, the factor of enlightenment, bhante, is well expounded by the Blessed One, and is cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. It conduces to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana.

These seven factors of enlightenment, bhante, are well expounded and cultivated and fully developed by the Blessed One. They conduce to perfect understanding, to full realization and to Nibbana."

"Most assuredly Cunda, they are factors of enlightenment. Most assuredly, Cunda, they are factors of enlightenment."

Thus said the Venerable Maha Cunda, and the Master approved of it. Then the Blessed One recovered from his affliction, and thus disappeared his affliction.
 

He also got insured on time, by his enemy and cousin Devadatta, who was greedy after his reputation, opposing him and aerial times attempt to kill him:

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

..."Conquered by material gain, his mind overcome, Devadatta is headed for a state of deprivation, headed for hell, there to stay for an eon, incurable.

"Conquered by lack of material gain...

"Conquered by status...

"Conquered by lack of status...

"Conquered by offerings...

"Conquered by lack of offerings...

"Conquered by evil ambition...

"Conquered by evil friendship, his mind overcome, Devadatta is headed for a state of deprivation, headed for hell, there to stay for an eon, incurable. ...

And on the occasion Devadatta insured the Buddha, caused the Buddha to shed blood, Mara tried to win over the Buddha:

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

Translator's note: Cullavagga VII tells of how Devadatta, the Buddha's cousin, tried unsuccessfully in various ways to wrest leadership of the Sangha from the Buddha. In Cv VII.3.9, he tries to kill the Buddha by hurling a rock down a mountainside. The rock is crushed, and so misses the Buddha, but sends out a splinter that pierces the Buddha's foot, drawing blood. According to the Commentary, this discourse together with SN 4.13 describe the Buddha's reaction to this attempt on his life.


I have heard that on one occasion the Blessed One was staying near Rajagaha at the Maddakucchi Deer Reserve. Now at that time his foot had been pierced by a stone sliver.
Excruciating were the bodily feelings that developed within him — painful, fierce, sharp, wracking, repellent, disagreeable — but he endured them mindful, alert, & unperturbed. Having had his outer robe folded in four and laid out, he lay down on his right side in the lion's posture — with one foot placed on top of the other — mindful & alert.

Then Mara the Evil One went to the Blessed One and recited this verse in his presence:


Are you lying there in a stupor,
or drunk on poetry?
Are your goals so very few?
All alone in a secluded lodging,
what is this dreamer, this sleepy-face?

[The Buddha:]
I lie here,
   not in a stupor,
   nor drunk on poetry.
My goal attained,
   I am sorrow-free.
All alone in a secluded lodging,
I lie down with sympathy
   for all beings.

Even those pierced in the chest
with an arrow,
their hearts rapidly,
   rapidly
   beating:
even they with their arrows
are able to sleep.
   So why shouldn't I,
   with my arrow      removed?

I'm not awake with worry,
nor afraid to sleep.
Days & nights
don't oppress me.
I see no threat of decline
in any world at all.
That's why I sleep
   with sympathy
   for all beings.

Then Mara the Evil One — sad & dejected at realizing, "The Blessed One knows me; the One Well-Gone knows me" — vanished right there.

His aggregat subject to aging, such became observed by Ven. Ananda. Much of lamentation was there later, coming to the time of the Buddha Paranibbana.

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

...And the Blessed One recovered from that illness; and soon after his recovery he came out from his dwelling place and sat down in the shade of the building, on a seat prepared for him. Then the Venerable Ananda approached the Blessed One, respectfully greeted him, and sitting down at one side, he spoke to the Blessed One, saying: "Fortunate it is for me, O Lord, to see the Blessed One at ease again! Fortunate it is for me, O Lord, to see the Blessed One recovered! For truly, Lord, when I saw the Blessed One's sickness it was as though my own body became weak as a creeper, every thing around became dim to me, and my senses failed me. Yet, Lord, I still had some little comfort in the thought that the Blessed One would not come to his final passing away until he had given some last instructions respecting the community of bhikkhus."...

..."Now I am frail, Ananda, old, aged, far gone in years. This is my eightieth year, and my life is spent. Even as an old cart, Ananda, is held together with much difficulty, so the body of the Tathagata is kept going only with supports. It is, Ananda, only when the Tathagata, disregarding external objects, with the cessation of certain feelings, attains to and abides in the signless concentration of mind, [19] that his body is more comfortable. ...

...And the Blessed One said: "Whosoever, Ananda, has developed, practiced, employed, strengthened, maintained, scrutinized, and brought to perfection the four constituents of psychic power could, if he so desired, remain throughout a world-period or until the end of it. [21] The Tathagata, Ananda, has done so. Therefore the Tathagata could, if he so desired, remain throughout a world-period or until the end of it."

4. But the Venerable Ananda was unable to grasp the plain suggestion, the significant prompting, given by the Blessed One. As though his mind was influenced by Mara, [22] he did not beseech the Blessed One: "May the Blessed One remain, O Lord!. May the Happy One remain, O Lord, throughout the world-period, for the welfare and happiness of the multitude, out of compassion for the world, for the benefit, well being, and happiness of gods and men!"

Finally "the Buddha" died, or better if saying his aggregates breaked for a last time into parts, decay and lost connection finally:

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

Rising from the first jhana, he entered the second jhana. Rising from the second jhana, he entered the third jhana. Rising from the third jhana, he entered the fourth jhana. And, rising from the fourth jhana, the Blessed One immediately passed away.

So the teaching is not about how to get rid of what has come into being by cause but how to end causes for another coming into being, because what ever is born is subject to decay and so, by ending birth through deriving touch of not-knowing, birth, old age, sickeness, death,... all suffering comes to an end.

Since it is most importand, for one seeking for liberation, to become, be and stay in touch of what leads to end of suffering, one is wise to nurish, invest and maintain even the smallest upanissaya toward the the Juwels and avoid all of which derives, steals and disregard the seldom, still a little continuing of what has come into being by the Buddhas compassion and his rightly following disciples.

One you cut off your self, or being already cut off of the lineages and contact, is very insecure that meeting it at all.

So blessed are those not bound to evil association, bad friend and those misusing the Juwels for just exchange and trade.

The Devas Wielding Power over the Creation of Others, controlling BSE, the moderators of Buddhism-SE are here also given another time to make merits or demerits in the frame of their power and possible conviction or doubt. If thinking to use parts, ideas or the whole or more, it's in the objection of the gift by the origin giver to add something like  "This is a gift of Dhamma, not meant for commercial purpose or other low wordily gains my means of trade and exchange" for once own benefit and out of respect for many at the end.

If seeking for more explaining, if there are still doubt, one might feel given to ask.

My all beings be always be touched by the Juwels, never void of the possibility to nurish contact and investing into the great field of merits, using possibilities to work on there best future conditions as long as such exists in the world and has not finally left, out of given or not given reasons, conditions to continue.

Anumodana!
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Re: [Q&A] Did Buddha ever get sick or injured?
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2017, 08:44:23 AM »
There is btw. the story of a blessed doctor in the Robe-cloth Khandhaka , Jīvaka, who later also become the medical helper of the Buddha. The whole Khandhaka bases on his story.

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

Then, having known with his awareness the train of thought in Jīvaka Komārabhacca’s awareness, the Blessed One addressed Ven. Ānanda, “Ānanda, just now, the thought occurred to Jīvaka Komārabhacca, as he was walking out through the outer gate-house, ‘I have given the Blessed One the thirty-fold purge, and the Tathāgata’s body is over-full with humors. It won’t make him purge thirty times. It will make him purge twenty-nine times. But when the Blessed One has purged, he will bathe. When he has bathed, it will make him purge once. That’s how Blessed One’s thirty-fold purge will come to be.’ In that case, prepare some warm water.”

Responding, “As you say, Lord,” to the Blessed One, Ven. Ānanda prepared some warm water.

(Mv.VIII.1.33) Then Jīvaka Komārabhacca went to the Blessed One and, on arrival, having bowed down to him, sat to one side. As he was sitting there, he said to the Blessed One, “Lord, has the Blessed One purged?”

“I have purged, Jīvaka.”

“Just now, Lord, the thought occurred to me, as I was walking out through the outer gate-house, ‘I have given the Blessed One the thirty-fold purge, and the Tathāgata’s body has an excess of toxins. It won’t make him purge thirty times. It will make him purge twenty-nine times. But when the Blessed One has purged, he will bathe. When he has bathed, it will make him purge once. That’s how Blessed One’s thirty-fold purge will come to be.’ May the Blessed One bathe; may the Well-gone One bathe.”

Then the Blessed One bathed with the warm water. When he had bathed, it made him purge once. That’s how the Blessed One’s thirty-fold purge came to be.

Then Jīvaka Komārabhacca said to the Blessed One, “Until the Blessed One’s body returns to normalcy, vegetable broth should be enough as alms-food.”
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Nyom. (Sideboad ist stets zugeklappt... tech. Probl.) 3:00 ist auch schon guten Tag.
 

Moritz

April 10, 2018, 03:06:49 AM
Good day (night here)
_/\_
 

Moritz

April 10, 2018, 02:54:42 AM
Namasakara, Bhante. _/\_
 

Johann

April 09, 2018, 09:43:17 AM
Take your time Nyom Danilo and watch the breath to stay best calm for best benefit. A lot of chances to get ride of many ols burdens.
 

Danilo

April 08, 2018, 06:24:57 PM
_/\_
 

Johann

April 08, 2018, 05:54:03 PM
Nyom Danilo.
 

Marcel

April 08, 2018, 09:58:59 AM
sadhu!

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