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  1. The question is similar to the question: what devices will not fit this battery. It's probably easier to tell us what kind of battery it is, so that it becomes clear what it is suitable for, than to list the wrong ones.

    In Buddhism, it is believed that everyone is naturally free. In general, every living being is an unrevealed Buddha. The task of every being is to go from the unfreedom of the mind, from the illusory perception of the world through hatred, greed, stupidity, selfishness, to freedom of the mind and happiness. Therefore, we immediately separate all the teachings about the inequality and exclusivity of any people on any material basis: caste, nationality, wealth, class, profession, gender, age, etc. Inequality in Buddhism can be distinguished only by the development of the mind: there are ordinary people who do not try to work with the mind; there are lay people who have entered the path to happiness, working people; there are monks who live on alms from lay people who spread wisdom and are at high levels of development of the mind; there are Buddhas — people who have completed development,

    An important Buddhist vow is not to cause harm or suffering to sentient beings. Therefore, we immediately separate the teachings that exploit and destroy creatures for the sake of accumulating some material things, as well as for sacrifices, entertainment, etc. The teachings calling for any aggression, incitement to hatred, wars of conquest, genocide, slave trade, etc. are also incompatible.

    In Buddhism, it is believed that dissatisfaction, suffering arises as a result of the inability to perceive reality directly with the mind. Therefore, there is only one way to neutralize dissatisfaction — to bring the mind into a free state that is adequate to reality. Accordingly, we can separate all the theories that it is possible to remove dissatisfaction by accumulating some material goods, values, long-term pleasure practices, illusory temporary distractions of the mind from dissatisfaction, entertainment, games, virtual worlds, etc.

    In Buddhism, it is believed that many worlds unfold and collapse. A world begins to exist when at least one consciousness is embodied in it in some form. This set of worlds exists as long as the consciousness is clouded by egocentrism, an illusory representation of any state of consciousness as something unchangeable, eternal, permanent. This clouded state is samsara, and all samsaric worlds exist until all consciousnesses become free, pass into the state of nirvana. Consciousnesses do not have a creator, a creator. They just are and can't help but be. Accordingly, we can immediately separate all religions that postulate a creator god, some kind of unchangeable soul, the merging of consciousnesses into a deity, etc.

    In Buddhism, it is believed that the unenlightened mind after the death of the material body is reincarnated in a new form, preserving karmic traces. Therefore, we can immediately separate all theories about the cessation of being after the death of the brain and body.

    In Buddhism, attachment to a particular teaching is considered to limit the mind. Therefore, we can separate all the teachings that call to be guided only by some text or set of rules.

    It seems that in the end it turned out that Buddhism is incompatible with anything at all. This is logical, because the goal of Buddhists is to bring the mind to a qualitatively different level of freedom, in which non-free states of mind are illusions.

  2. Buddhism – – – “behavior, view and meditation”, a brief description of this philosophy. Not one of the existing ideologies is incompatible with this. But there is another ideology that is very similar to the philosophy of Buddhism. And this is the philosophy of Taoism. Taoism is a philosophy and belief that presupposes a perfect connection between heaven and man, as well as a deep understanding of the relationship between the power of the ego and the freedom of the mind. With respect.

  3. A stupid question, very stupid, but you can try to answer it: if you take history, then purely Buddhist states have always had theocratic dictatorships (the Dalai Lama in Tibet, Bogdo Khan in Mongolia, the Dragon King in Bhutan), if you take the essence of Buddhism, then the only thing that this religion is compatible with is anarcho-primitivism

  4. What exactly is Buddhism?

    In Buddhism, the currents are up to a fig. From ascetic self-immersion to Tantrism.

    In Japan, in the first half of the 20th century, Buddhism has not disappeared anywhere, and it is perfectly combined with both ancient religious nationalism and quite modern “national militarism”.

  5. Eternal transformation, a cycle of states. This is very close to the dialectic of nature as interpreted by the Marxist theorists.Engels was very interested in Buddhism.

  6. “What ideologies are not compatible with Buddhism and why?”

    Almost all more or less large and well-known, but the most antagonistic to aggressive teachings, usually these are religions of one orientation or another, but Islam, Christianity and Judaism are among the first.

    And for what purpose are you interested ? 🙂

  7. Buddhislam does not exist, but what prevents it from being practiced at least personally. Personally, I don't believe that Allah exists, but I say everything that the Qur'an requires, like ordinary Buddhist mantras. I am attracted to Islam for its cleanliness, and washing my face five times a day is very good for me. in addition, Islam is very inexpensive, except that you have to constantly monitor the time to perform prayers on time. In general, I believe more in the “teaching-discipline described by Carlos Castaneda, it's just not a religion, and therefore we have to look at Buddhism and Islam” through the prism of the teachings of the shamans of ancient Mexico…

  8. The shortest and simplest answer is that ideology is an illusory perception of reality. The philosophy of Buddhism is based on the statement of non-existence, Shunyata-Nothing (dialectical Theology). The statement of Existence is already the basis of an absolutely opposite ideology. Between these two systemic concepts of existence and non-existence, we can give examples of differences from a huge number of parallel philosophical and religious trends. But all these ideologies will be based only on one of the two fundamentally opposite statements of Existence or Non-Existence.

  9. Illustration: if you remove any key point from the mechanism, the mechanism does not work.
    In the Bible, the Bhagavad-Gita, Buddhism, etc. — references to the Living God (Creator) are cut out — with Its replacement by fabulous paganism, useless rituals, intimidation by hell — and such religions are dangerous and lead to mental disorders.
    It is worth warning those who are interested in the topic of Buddhism that not all its branches are correctly oriented, so in Mahayana Buddhism, in the degenerate branches of Buddhism, there is a tendency to displace the Creator, it has reached the point that the Creator (Adibudda) no longer had a place in them at all and He was rejected by her at all.
    It is the aspiration to the Creator (Adibuddha) that is important, and not the cultivation of one's individuality and isolation from Him.
    Example: if you remove any key point from the mechanism, the mechanism does not work.
    For example, in the Bible, the Bhagavad-Gita, Buddhism, etc. — references to the Living God (Creator) are cut out — with Its replacement by fabulous paganism, useless rituals, intimidation by hell, and such religions are dangerous and lead to mental disorders.
    I will answer: why is it so important to focus primarily on the Creator, and not, say, on Jesus Christ, Buddha, or any other Avatar? It turns out that this is really of fundamental importance from the point of view of the methodology of spiritual improvement. For only strict monotheism predisposes mature adepts to actualize the need to study and practice the multidimensional structure of Creation, and that the search for the Creator, the Goal, the Teacher should be directed to its depths, and not along the plane in rough spatial dimensions, which is characteristic of pagans.
    We were incarnated on Earth in order to actively improve ourselves, striving for God-likeness. At the same time, it is necessary, as a result of your spiritual efforts, to directly know God and merge into Him. This is how non-duality, non-duality, advaita is achieved-in relation to God.
    But in the circles of pseudo-Advaitists and adherents of those Buddhist sects that reject the existence of the Original Consciousness (that is, God), they say that our goal is not It, but “Nothing”. This means that each of us must transform ourselves into “nothing” – in order to … disappear forever from the world of samsara…
    Such people are very far from understanding the essence of God, the Evolution of Universal Consciousness, the meaning of our lives on Earth…
    … In fact, God is the Greatest Universal Organism! To this we must add that — in the Aspects of the Creator, the Holy Spirits and the Messiahs-He is also the Subtlest! He also has absolute Wisdom and Omnipotence.
    To get closer to Him in the Aspects just listed, we need to learn to love Him emotionally: after all, love is, among other things, the desire to merge; it is this that brings us closer.
    Part 2.
    In the mass Buddhism of Tibet, firstly, the principle of love-compassion, which was the basis of the Teaching, was abolished. Namely, it is now “allowed” to kill animals. Secondly, black magic was “legalized” in the form of attracting hellish non-incarnate beings, who received the names of” angry deities” .
    The Dalai Lamas should have explained all this to the faithful. But…
    Moreover, it was in Tibet that the concept arose that Perfection is achieved not by developing individual consciousness to the point where direct knowledge of the Original Consciousness and Merging with It becomes possible, but… ” instant enlightenment”, for the sake of which students must, for example, insult, humiliate and beat each other, best of all — unexpectedly.
    In order to make it more clear to the less competent reader what we are talking about, I will explain that the term Enlightenment implies the transformation of the individual consciousness of an embodied person into Light when it has approached the state of the Creator. (Remember: “God is Light!…”). Such a state a person obtains by refinement of consciousness. I emphasize: This is achieved only through the growth of consciousness as a refined and tender love-peace-followed by Merging with the Fiery Manifestation of the Creator (“Clear Light”, in Buddhist terms). True Enlightenment is achieved only through the realization of the possibilities of the spiritual heart (for more information about the development of this multidimensional structure, see the book “Ecopsychology”), and not through the development of aggressive arrogance, arrogance, rudeness.
    Modern preachers, instead of developing refinement, have begun to plug the holes of the body with corks…
    … Thus, in modern Tibet, we have seen the same typical picture of the gradual degeneration-after stages of development and flourishing-of the great and pure Teaching, and its replacement by human ignorance.
    The essence of Taoist spiritual alchemy is the transformation of human rudeness and ignorance — “lead”) into the “gold” of a radiant Divinely Perfect Consciousness.
    But over time, people's ignorance took over here. The teaching of the Path to Tao-the Universal Primordial Consciousness – which is a “Gentle Being” has degenerated into meaningless chatter about dividing everything and everyone into” yin” and “yang”, about what spirits supposedly live in the body of each person by the thousands… The word ” Tao “itself has taken on a different meaning:” the way”” “Path” — where to? And why? God was thus… lost to many esoteric schools. And the ” path” turned into … an increase in rudeness-suitable only for asserting one's primitive self.

  10. Buddhism is very sophisticated, but still paganism, and accordingly, like any paganism, it is incompatible with monotheism. The point is not only in the external forms (statues, offerings, deities), but in the fact that in the center lies the human “I want”, in other words, egoism.

  11. First, let's define that any ideology is a method of controlling the masses. Or, more simply, a crowd. And one of the most effective ways of such management is to create an enemy that embodies everything bad, which is what this or that ideology offers to fight. And any of these ideologies will not be combined with Buddhism.

    Strictly speaking, the moral requirements of Buddhism do not stand out much from the moral requirements of any other religion. Any ideology that is based on the division into friends and strangers, where strangers are subject to some form of extermination, is incompatible with Buddhism. Communism, Nazism, fascism, racism, aggressive liberalism, militarism – in fact, the list of ideologies and phenomena will be quite long, because over the years of its existence, human society has generated a lot of self-justifications for the extermination and plunder of those who are unlucky enough to be weak enough for this.

  12. God is consciousness. And there is no place in Buddhism . To God. Buddhism defines consciousness as a combination of atoms. Judaism is a personal monotheistic form of consciousness – only for the Jewish people. Christianity is a polytheism that prays for the person of the prophet, the father and the spirit-person in the gospel, the Virgin Mary, the relics / cult of the dead/ , etc. Islam is monotheism for all. Shiism is a sect in Islam that promotes intermediaries between God and people from the house of Ali./ On the site *Aryan analytics*

  13. Any religion is the opium of the people. You need to believe only in yourself, and not in gods or, especially, priests and monks. They can't know what's best for everyone. They only want power. There is no sincerity. There is no love. There is no God. These are all fictions to control the masses. Don't be a herd. Think with your head!

  14. At a deep level – with any ideology / religion that puts the material world above the “prison” and recognizes the possibility of salvation for a person while preserving their desires, personal integrity (their “I”).

    However, ordinary people are unlikely to dig so deep and at the “popular-grassroots” level, as any religion in this form is compatible with almost everything.

  15. As an international and interracial religion, Buddhism is not compatible with national religions such as Judaism and racial religions such as Aryan Vedism. Buddhism is not compatible with the religions of physical life and reproduction, like pagan cults of different peoples (shamanism, etc.)

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