Saññā Khandha: One of the Priorities in Education and Life Development

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พระครูสมุห์เดือน ปุญฺญจาโร
กรรมาธิการ จิตตะมาก

Abstract

Saññā Khandha or perception is one of the five most important components of life and it is included in the Five Aggregates in Buddhism. The Five Aggregates consist of corporeality or the whole parts of the body, sensation or feeling from the contact, perception or memory, mental formation and consciousness. Perception or
memory is useful for living, a life experience for the development and to prevent the repletion of mistakes. It is also beneficial to study as a knowledge store for a base of thought. The disadvantage of perception is to take part in self-harm, but there is a way to fix it and prevent it.

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ปุญฺญจาโรพ., & จิตตะมากก. (2018). Saññā Khandha: One of the Priorities in Education and Life Development. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 4(1), 33-44. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/143786
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Research Article