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Old 15th July 2011, 10:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there any differences between Taoism and Buddhist

what is the differences between this 2 reason.


i only know they both cannot eat beef .

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Re: Is there any differences between Taoism and Buddhist

I believe you can find some answers here

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Buddhism and Taoism both began as philosophical ideologies meant to help humans better themselves spiritually and mentally. However because rural/ancient China had lots of local spirits and deities which they prayed to, even after they decided to follow Buddhism/Taoism out of habit they continued to use the same rituals and beings except converted into a Taoist/Buddhist god.

Real Taoism is about finding the Tao (Way), the way to immortality and ultimate wisdom. Which is also echoed in Buddhist philosophies but in a different context. Buddhism focuses on the elimination of karma and the reaching of enlightenment-- thus allowing the student to escape from the Wheel of Reincarnation.

Basically Buddhism and Taoism are Schools of Thought. But because humans find it easier to believe in Spirits and Gods, they were "corrupted" into having such Beings and Rituals when originally, they have nothing like that.


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Re: Is there any differences between Taoism and Buddhist

Basically the easiest way for me to understand the difference is that:

Taoism is about the "way" or otherwise known as 道 in Chinese.
Buddhism is about Buddha and his teachings.

I believe Buddhism is quite clear to most of us, I learnt somewhat about Taoism through an old drama called Chinese Paladin (仙剑奇侠转), if you're interested you can watch.

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Re: Is there any differences between Taoism and Buddhist

In Singapore, for many, they have mixed up Buddhism and Taoism.

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Re: Is there any differences between Taoism and Buddhist

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what is the differences between this 2 reason.


i only know they both cannot eat beef .
I think, I've already explained several times:

Taoist who worshipped Guanyin don't eat beef because they believe Guanyin is a reincarnation of cow. This is a typical Chinese folks religious belief.

Buddhist typically practises vegetarian (i.e. no meat), but it's not compulsory. Vegetarian is encouraged in Buddhism, but not in Taoism.

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佛道同源, but there are many differences, though the roots are the same.

bro zhaoyun have done a good job in explaining

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Re: Is there any differences between Taoism and Buddhist

For those who still cannot tell the difference between Taoism and Buddhism, here are some video clips for you to see.

Taoism typically uses trance, mediumship, spell (for communicating with deities):

A Taoist priest performing a ritual (magic) in Singapore (Taoism)

九皇爺 (also known as 九皇大帝)Ritual - a Taoist deity (Taoism)

Buddhism Zen Meditation (Buddhism)

水陸法會 (Water and Land Dharma Prayer Service) -Buddhism



Taoism usually burn incense paper and stick (joss stick), whereas Buddhism rarely burn incense paper. Buddhism usually just burn incense (joss stick).

Taoism focuses on prayer, trance, mediumship, spell-casting.

Buddhism typically focuses on Chanting and meditation.

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One chants to get rid of evil while the other uses spells or summon evil.
One uses the sword and little bell to perform ritual while the other one uses wooden gong and chantings.
One is able to eat meat while the other is pure vegetarian.

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Really very informative~~

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In warding off evil, Taoism typically uses spell-casting (Talisman 符咒) or prayer service with deities (inviting Deities to fighting off the evil spirit or ghost catching). Talisman are spells written on paper for communicating with deities. Only Taoist trained in talisman are well-versed in spell casting. Talisman are usually burnt away. They can sometimes be drunk with water to treat diseases.

Mediumship in Taoism uses a trance body for inviting a spirit or deity to come onto a body. Mediumship requires training. Mediumship is used for asking spirits, ghosts or deities questions. It's typically used for solving some problem such as surrounded by evil spirits. Taoist priest have many magic instruments for fighting evil spirits.

For buddhism, the way to ward off evil is through chanting sutra or mantra. Chanting the dharma scripts contain buddhist teaching used for changing the mindset of not just oneself, but also sentient beings. When hearing the dharma, the evil mindset can change to become a good mindset and no harm should be done onto a person. That's why buddhism focuses on chanting. Even evil spirits when hearing the sutra or mantra will change the mindset to become a good mindset. This prevents them from doing harm.

Meditation is a way to develop compassion, various good qualities and various forms of Buddha nature. It's a practice for buddhist to realize Buddha nature. Afterall, all buddhist's goal, as said, is to become Buddha. Buddha is not a god, but an enlightened being.

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Well I shouldn't eat 牛肉 and 鳗鱼...But I do still eat 牛肉 every now and then.
鳗鱼 ate before but that was quite long time ago already...

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Taoism usually burn incense paper and stick (joss stick), whereas Buddhism rarely burn incense paper. Buddhism usually just burn incense (joss stick).

Taoism focuses on prayer, trance, mediumship, spell-casting.

Buddhism typically focuses on Chanting and meditation.[/QUOTE]

I believe for Buddhism, a lotus flower is included as well ?

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I believe for Buddhism, a lotus flower is included as well ?
Lotus flower is a symbol in Buddhism to represent "purity" or "pure mind". Lotus flower in a pond surrounded by mud, still remains clean and pure, without being stained by mud (roots of evil such as greed, hatred and ignorance). This remains the true Buddha nature, a pure mind unstained by all forms of evilness, attachment, temptation etc.

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Actually for those who studied history and religious studies, 原始佛教 ancient buddhism did not restrict buddhist or monk to consume meat.

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Actually for those who studied history and religious studies, 原始佛教 ancient buddhism did not restrict buddhist or monk to consume meat.
Yes, that's right..if I'm not wrong, monks of theravada buddhism (which is closer to early buddhism) are still able to consume meat.

Even monks of Tibetan buddhism can also consume meat.

The monastic communities of East Asian buddhism (typically Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese) typically do not consume meat due to Bodhisattva Vows. They practised strict vegetarian.

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Taoism follows the 'way' (tao). The so-called source of things.

Buddism teaches the way towards enlightenment. Enlightenment means putting an end to sufferings.

Both are different yet similar in some ways. If you trace their sources, originally, they were supposed to be philosophical.

Maybe u wanna google to find out more.

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People often still don't understand the difference. Taoism sometimes requires to do rituals. You know those like "The medium kind " , they are associated with Taoism. Taoism , they pray to gods & deities. Eating beef or not is a personal choice. If some household prays to Guan Yin , their parents will forbid eating beef at home and allow their children to eat out with their friends. As for incense papers, it's a personal choice. Most Singaporeans are Taoist, when it comes to 7th month , they will burn alot of hell $ to offer to their ancestors. For praying to Taoist ancestors, they will usually pray with beers/ pig/ Chicken/ Ducks.

Buddhist is abit more different & complicated.It's too difficult to explain in words. Mainly because of the branches for Buddhism. I'm not sure some of you are aware anot. Buddhism are divided into many sects. You have the black, yellow , blue. Other colours I cannot remember. Depends on which country of Buddhism you are referring to plays a part in understanding the culture. They will address their teachers as Gurus.


Theravada Buddhism focused primarily on meditation and concentration, the eighth of the Eightfold Noble Path; as a result, it centered on a monastic life and an extreme expenditure of time in meditating. This left little room for the bulk of humanity to join in, so a new schism erupted within the ranks of Buddhism in the first century AD, one that would attempt to reformulate the teachings of Buddha to accomodate a greater number of people. They called their new Buddhism, the "Greater Vehicle" (literally, "The Greater Ox-Cart") or Mahayana, since it could accomodate more people and more believers from all walks of life. They distinguished themselves from mainstream Theravada Buddhism by contemptuously referring to Theravada as Hinayana, or "The Lesser Vehicle."

The Mahayanists, however, did not see themselves as creating a new start for Buddhism, rather they claimed to be recovering the original teachings of Buddha, in much the same way that the Protestant reformers of sixteenth century Europe claimed that they were not creating a new Christianity but recovering the original form. The Mahayanists claimed that their canon of scriptures represented the final teachings of Buddha; they accounted for the non-presence of these teachings in over five hundred years by claiming that these were secret teachings entrusted only to the most faithful followers. .

In order to clarify the variations between the many different schools and traditions of Buddhism, the schools are often divided into the three Yanas (Skt.), meaning 'Vehicles' or 'Paths'. These three are; the Hinayana, Mahayana and Tantrayana.

Let's say for example we are referring to Singapore's Buddhism - Yes , Singapore does have many sects for Buddhism. Why the different sect you may wonder - Different philosophy they believed in. They do perform rituals too. They also burn incense papers, fold lotus and burn too. They do chanting daily. They read Sutras and recite them. They choose to eat vegetarians because they feel is cleaner to cleanse the souls.

Basically , there's more to it...

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Buddhist is abit more different & complicated.It's too difficult to explain in words. Mainly because of the branches for Buddhism. I'm not sure some of you are aware anot. Buddhism are divided into many sects. You have the black, yellow , blue. Other colours I cannot remember. Depends on which country of Buddhism you are referring to plays a part in understanding the culture. They will address their teachers as Gurus.


Theravada Buddhism focused primarily on meditation and concentration, the eighth of the Eightfold Noble Path; as a result, it centered on a monastic life and an extreme expenditure of time in meditating. This left little room for the bulk of humanity to join in, so a new schism erupted within the ranks of Buddhism in the first century AD, one that would attempt to reformulate the teachings of Buddha to accomodate a greater number of people. They called their new Buddhism, the "Greater Vehicle" (literally, "The Greater Ox-Cart") or Mahayana, since it could accomodate more people and more believers from all walks of life. They distinguished themselves from mainstream Theravada Buddhism by contemptuously referring to Theravada as Hinayana, or "The Lesser Vehicle."

The Mahayanists, however, did not see themselves as creating a new start for Buddhism, rather they claimed to be recovering the original teachings of Buddha, in much the same way that the Protestant reformers of sixteenth century Europe claimed that they were not creating a new Christianity but recovering the original form. The Mahayanists claimed that their canon of scriptures represented the final teachings of Buddha; they accounted for the non-presence of these teachings in over five hundred years by claiming that these were secret teachings entrusted only to the most faithful followers. .

In order to clarify the variations between the many different schools and traditions of Buddhism, the schools are often divided into the three Yanas (Skt.), meaning 'Vehicles' or 'Paths'. These three are; the Hinayana, Mahayana and Tantrayana.

Let's say for example we are referring to Singapore's Buddhism - Yes , Singapore does have many sects for Buddhism. Why the different sect you may wonder - Different philosophy they believed in. They do perform rituals too. They also burn incense papers, fold lotus and burn too. They do chanting daily. They read Sutras and recite them. They choose to eat vegetarians because they feel is cleaner to cleanse the souls.

Basically , there's more to it...
There are only two main branches to Buddhism today:

Theravada Buddhism (also known as Hinayana) - Sri Lanka, Thailand, Burmese (closer to original Buddha's teaching)
Mahayana Buddhism - East Asian (Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese) and Tibetan Buddhism.

The rest are different sects offshoots from these two branches.

Tibetan Buddhism is often known as Vajrayana Buddhism (or Esoteric/Tantric Buddhism), and considered to be a practice on its own.

Singapore Buddhist Communities have all of the above practices.

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