Public Mind Developing In Buddhist Integrated

Phirot Aksonsua



    Integrated Public Mind represents the awareness of public benefit by avoiding damaging the public property, taking part in looking after the public property, respecting other people’s right on making use of property together focusing on the giving concept and avoiding taking advantage of other people, as well as targeting the joint benefit. To take an action, these awareness are integrated by Buddhist Dharma: the four principles of kindly treatment (Sangahavatthu), the four principles virtuous existence (Brahmavihara), the threefold training (Trisikkha), and the principle of synthesis based on Buddhist concept. There are six phases of systematic development including preparation, pre-assessment, treatment, practice, post-evaluation, and feedback.


Keywords: Developing ,Integrated ,Buddhist



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