THE QUALITY OF LIFE WITH ZEN

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Phradhepsinghavarajarn (Sophon Yodkumpa)

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This academic article wish to present the way refer to rapid of the world change that be from the progress of information technology and the stress causes ill health which dropped the quality of life in the present. It is an uncomfortable mindset for use the calm between the fast movement in nowadays that believe a high stress, constant anxiety over tasks and work and life, social anxiety are all a part of the modern way of life. Most people just don’t feel a sense of peace, of calm, of serenity, throughout their day. The way some of the time which learned a few things that have helped people create a feeling of calmness much more of the time than ever before. Our lives are filled with all kinds of noise , visual clutter, notifications, social media, news, all the things we need to read. And truthfully, none of it is necessary. Reduce all these things and more, and create some space, some quiet, in human life. Thus Zen meditation practice reminds the person to stay focused. The society is filled with constant distractions and often willfully give in to them. Zen drive the person to focus on the moment and be absorbed by the task at hand and do it well. The person characteristic will become to be habits that are not a one-time change in surroundings or work pattern. The Changing in environment is great, but can’t control the things that happen to them much of the time, and the person certainly can’t control how other people act. The only thing the person can control is their response and this response matters which can respond to the same event with anxiety or anger, or the person can respond with peace and calmness.

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(Sophon Yodkumpa) , P. . . (2018). THE QUALITY OF LIFE WITH ZEN. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 7(2-2), 349–367. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jssr/article/view/245733
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