The 5 Precepts for Developing Human Behavior

Sanguan Laphontan, Kanchanapong Suwan, Siraphop Suandong, Kaseam TaKhampom

Abstract


Abstract

          The 5 Precepts are the practice for development of the human behavior. That is to be loved in all living being with the good mind in kind action to all of them absolutely. Therefore, it is necessary to be cultured in the minds in order to keep peace and happiness in the lives as the Buddha teaches. Those who consist of the 5 Precepts can be taken the result of the practical mind as five kinds 1) long life, 2) Property and Sustainable 3) Do not be scared of anyone. 4) Far-Spoken 5) conscious- ness of steady. However, those who always practice the 5 Precepts is to be loved of the human beings and deities (devas). It is along with the teaching of Lord Buddha that “No doing all evils, consisting the merit and also purifying mind.”

            The three actions belonging to the human being are of three kinds named the body action, the word action and the mind. These are human being action and behavior for them in daily lives. The principle of Dharma for controlling such the action is Yonisomanasikāra (making in mind with wisdom). It can be changed the hard behavior to become the good behavior as well. The persons with good character must always practice and take care of their mind for the way of right seeing (right vision). They also must be in the 5 Precepts and the five Dharma for supporting the practice in order to get the result of the good action as said.

Keywords: The 5 Precepts, Development of behavior, Human

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