The Communication for Emotional Management in the Buddhist Aspect

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ทัศนีย์ เจนวิถีสุข

Abstract

In the Buddhist perspective, the word “emotion” refers to “āramana” in
the Pali language which means stimuli through one’s eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body
and mind. These āramanas can be managed by intrapersonal communication and
interpersonal communication. The benefits of the communication for emotional
management in the Buddhist perspective are for oneself and others. The first one
was self-control and mental development. The second one was shown in the
positive interaction among one another and in living together with happiness. The
way of communication for emotional management in the Buddhist perspective
combined both the way of thinking and practice together which exhibited in
intrapersonal communication and interpersonal communication? The way of thinking
based on the principle of Kamma and the Three Common Characteristics. The keypractice was based on Sense-Restraint, mindfulness cultivation and Supreme Efforts

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เจนวิถีสุข ท. (2018). The Communication for Emotional Management in the Buddhist Aspect. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 1(1), 14–26. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/142734
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