MINDFULNESS IN BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY WAY MINDFULNESS IN BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY WAY

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suwat tanakornnuwat

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The purpose of this article is to indicate the meaning, scope, and the importance of mindfulness, in the perspective of western psychologist, and perspective of Buddhism. Moreover, presentation of the way to have an effective mindfulness practice that leads to skills in mindfulness practice. Finally, this article aims to indicate the way to integrate principles of brain functions, psychology, and Dharma approach to elucidate mindfulness through Buddhist psychology way

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