THE CONCEPTIONS OF VOLITIONAL FORMATION AND ITS IMPORTANCE OF THE SANKHARAKHANDHA IN BUDDHISM
The five sections are separate parts that come together to form a human being. Buddha taught that all people are made of these five elements. It is a matter that is tangible (i.e. can be touched); this section is connected to our five senses (smell, touch, taste, sight and hearing). Holistic mental structures include habits, prejudices, and prejudices. Our will, or will, is also part of the fourth section. They are equanimity, pride, lust, karma, virtue and other kinds of thoughts which are not perfect. Finally, the laws of cause and effect, known as kamma, are the area of the fourth section. Therefore, the main objective of this paper is to highlight the conceptions of volitional formation and its importance of the Sankhara-khandha in Buddhism.
Keywords: Buddhism, Conceptions of Volitional Formation, Sankhara-khandha, and Society.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)
Published on : 2022-09-06