Sanu Mahatthanadull

Sanu Mahatthanadull
Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University · International Buddhist Studies College

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Research Interests: Buddhist Biology, Buddhist Integration, Buddhist Studies, Behavioral Psychology, Biofeedback Process, Holistic Well-beings Promotion. Methods: Buddhist Integration, Multidisciplinary Studies. Recent Works (on process): Bliss (sukha) Access: An Integrated Method between Buddhist Concentration and Biofeedback Training Program to Enhance the Meditation Progress of the Practitioners [2020]; The Development of Thought System Based on Buddhist Approach in 21st Century [2021]
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August 2017 - present
Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University
Position
  • Managing Director
Description
  • - Vice Director, International Buddhist Studies College (IBSC), MCU. - Faculty member, Buddhist Studies Program.
Education
May 2011 - March 2014
Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University
Field of study
  • Buddhist Studies

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This is a qualitative research consisting of two objectives, namely: - (1) to study the holistic well-beings and the balanced way of life according to Buddhist Psychology, and (2) to analyze the balanced way of life with holistic well-beings promotion according to Buddhist Psychology. The in-depth interviews were carried out with five key-informant...
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This qualitative research consists of two objectives, namely:- 1) To examine the concept of balance of family in Buddhism and the theory of family behavior in Psychology, and 2) To suggest human behaviors in promoting balance of Family according to Buddhist Psychology. The data collections together with the in-depth interviews were carried out with...
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This is a qualitative research consisting of three objectives, namely: - (1) to explore the concept of happiness access according to Buddhist principles and the concept of Gross National Happiness (GNH); (2) to examine the theory of biofeedback; and (3) to propose a conceptual model of Bi-Dimensional development for happiness access by biofeedback...
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This research is a mixed method research between qualitative and survey. To conduct the research, In-depth interview, Focus Group Discussion (FGD), and public hearing seminar were applied. Moreover, the 100 questionnaires were employed in the field study to analyze the phenomenon of the seven suitable concept’s applications. The objectives of the s...
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Animal biotechnology is one of the main areas of biotechnology which concerns the application of animals, including transgenic animals, in various fields. Even though these transgenic animals can be useful for improving the welfare of humans and animals, the well-being of animals being used in the studies may be negatively affected. Ethical issues...
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The research entitled “The Development of Systematic Thinking Based on a Buddhist Approach in the 21st Century” has three objectives: 1) To study the problems of systematic thinking in the 21st century 2) To study the Buddhist principle for the development of systematic thinking in the 21st century and 3) To study the development of systematic thin...
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This article aims to explore the conceptual model of the Buddhist Chief Executive Officer (BCEO) for the modern world. The senior executives can apply to use for more benefit and more effective in the new world. The concept of senior management in Theravada Buddhism is another approach that can help senior executives to use it as a guideline for or...
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1. Name-Family Name (Thai) รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร. สานุ มหัทธนาดุลย์ (English) Associate Professor Sanu Mahatthanadull, Ph.D. 2. Position Director of Doctor of Philosophy program in Buddhist Studies (international program), International Buddhist Studies College (IBSC), Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University. 3. Institute International Buddhist St...
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1. Name-Family Name (Thai) รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร. สานุ มหัทธนาดุลย์ (English) Associate Professor Sanu Mahatthanadull, Ph.D. 2. Position Director of Doctor of Philosophy program in Buddhist Studies (international program), International Buddhist Studies College (IBSC), Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University. 3. Institute International Buddhist Studi...
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This article aims to understand the essence of life coaching through the perspective of Buddhism in psychotherapy and counseling. The term “psychotherapy and Buddhist counseling” is a combination between concepts of both Buddhism and the principles of psychotherapy and counseling in Western psychology. The goal is to adjust behaviors, thinking in o...
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This article aims to understand modern Buddhism in Japan with a focus on Buddhist university education as a place that plays an important role in providing higher education to monks and lay people. Historical evidence can be found to underline the principles of establishing numbers of Buddhist educational institutes and building a peaceful coexiste...
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This paper presents the qualitative research originally in English and had three objectives, namely: - (1) to explore the concept of happiness access according to Buddhist principles and the concept of Gross National Happiness (GNH); (2) to examine a theory of biofeedback; and (3) to propose a conceptual model of Bi-Dimensional development of mind...
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This article aims to understand the essence of life coaching through the perspective of Buddhism in psychotherapy and counseling. The term “psychotherapy and Buddhist counseling” is a combination between concepts of both Buddhism and the principles of psychotherapy and counseling in Western psychology. The goal is to adjust behaviors, thinking in o...
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This paper presents the qualitative research consisting of three objectives, namely:-(1) to explore the concept of happiness access according to Buddhist principles and the concept of Gross National Happiness (GNH); (2) to examine the theory of biofeedback; and (3) to propose a conceptual model of bi-dimensional development for happiness access by...
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Due to the need for sufficient supplying teaching materials in various courses offered in the curriculum of the college both in Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy Programs in Buddhist Studies (International Program) of IBSC. This book, “Teaching Document for Major Subject 625 102 Concepts and Principles of Buddhism” (Also used in Ph.D. major s...
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This paper presents the qualitative research which consists of two objectives, namely:-1) To examine the concept of balance of family in Buddhism and the theory of family behavior in Psychology, and 2) To suggest human behaviors in promoting balance of Family according to Buddhist Psychology. The data were collected and analyzed together with the i...
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This article aims to understand the balanced way of life with holistic well-beings promotion according to Buddhist Psychology. The findings show there are four elements of well-being that when combining together, they will arise the holistic well-beings. The Holistic Well-beings characterize the innate body, social moral, calm mind, and the awakeni...
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This article probes the Theravāda Buddhist Practice and the Access of Happiness. Firstly, happiness implies an English word is literally translated from multiple Pali terms such as “sukha” refers to the idea of happiness of the world. Happiness (sukha) has suffering (dukkha) as the opposite state. Therefore the Buddhist practice for the access of h...
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This paper probes Modern Buddhism in Thai society. For Buddhist education, there are two Buddhist universities providing higher education for monks, novices and also laymen, namely: - Mahamakut Buddhist University (MMU) and Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University (MCU) in the late 19th century. It demonstrates underlined historical evidences stat...
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This article aims 1) to examine the holistic well-beings and balanced way of life according to Buddhist Psychology, and 2) to analyze the balanced way of life with the promotion of holistic well-beings according to Buddhist Psychology. This is a qualitative research by collecting and analyzing data from primary and secondary texts based on Buddhism...
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This research consists of objects (1) A study of concept and process for the promotion of holistic health according to Buddhist psychology, (2) A study of the holistic health promotion for balanced living according to Buddhist psychology, (3) A study of process for promote the family stability according to integrated Buddhist psychology, (4) The in...
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This article aims to understand fetters in connection with round of rebirth and its way out. Fetters (saṃyojanas), a form of defilements or latent tendencies are innately ingrained over countless transmigration of all beings. They are regarded as the evil kingpin of the whole mass of round of existence. As chain of causes which result sentient bein...
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This paper aims to understand the science of meditation practice that hidden in Shaolin Kung Fu. The Theravāda insight meditation method named “Body posture practice” (iriyāpatha Satipaṭṭhāna) is closely related to what’s in the Kung Fu implemented by Shaolin monastery. The history of Shaolin Temple spans for fifteen hundred years from the Buddhabh...
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Nowadays, titanium alloy is widely used as biomaterials due to good corrosion resistance and excellent biocompatibility. However, some of these materials would like to be a hydrophobic surface to avoid the platelet adhesion. One of the most effective methods to solve this problem is plasma treatment. Therefore, the aim of this study is to design an...
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This is a qualitative research with two objectives, namely; 1) to study the criteria for the Five Precepts in the Buddhist scriptures and the operating norm for the Five Precepts Village project, 2) to develop and present the pattern of the criteria for the Five Precepts for the promotion of individual and social peace. The findings show the criter...
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This is a qualitative research with two objectives, namely; 1) to study the criteria for the Five Precepts in the Buddhist scriptures and the operating standard for the Five Precepts Villages project, 2) to develop and present the norm of the criteria for the Five Precepts for the promotion of peace of the person and society. The findings show the...
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This is a qualitative research with two objectives, namely; 1) to study the criteria for the Five Precepts in the Buddhist scriptures and the operating standard for the Five Precepts Villages project, 2) to develop and present the norm of the criteria for the Five Precepts for the promotion of peace of the person and society. The findings show that...
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This research employed both quantitative and qualitative approaches in order to achieve the following goals: 1) to study emotional strength in professional nurses, 2) to propose the Buddhist theory and model for enhancing emotional strength in professional nurses, and 3) to improve upon the model of enhancing emotional strength in professional nurs...
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This study aims to examine the art of breathing through the Buddhist principle of breathing equilibration as well as to explore the Buddhist method of breathing equilibration. The findings show the principle of breathing equilibration underlines the concept of "the application of in and out-breaths (assāsa passāsa)" of human beings, both intrinsic...
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This article aims to understand the meaning, the types and the characteristics of Saṃyojana in Theravāda Buddhist Scriptures, and to understand the doctrinal principles in connection with Saṃyojana. From the study, it is found that Saṃyojana means a binding material both of formality and normality. They are usually known as the ten Fetters in which...
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This research is a mixed method research between qualitative and survey. To conduct the research, In-depth interview, Focus Group Discussion (FGD), and academic seminar were applied. Moreover, the questionnaires were employed in the field study to analyze the phenomenon of the seven suitable concept’s applications. The objectives of the study are t...
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This research is a mixed method between qualitative and survey. To conduct the research, In-depth interview, Focus Group Discussion (FGD), and public hearing seminar were applied. The 100 questionnaires were also employed in the field study to analyze the knowledge and application on the seven suitable. The objectives of the study are to study the...
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This article aims to understand fetters in connection with round of rebirth and its way out. Fetters (saṃyojanas), a form of defilements or latent tendencies that are innately ingrained over countless transmigrations of all beings. They are regarded as the evil kingpin of the whole mass of round of existence. In other words, they are truly the root...
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This research article is a qualitative research of 3 objectives, namely:-1. To study the human body systems according to the Buddhist way and the medicine way, 2. To study the equilibrium of the human body systems according to the Buddhist way and the medicine way, 3. To propose the Buddhist integrated approach to the equilibrium of the human body...
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This article aims to understand the responses of Buddhism to environmental degradation by analyzing the conceptual framework of the Five Niyāma, namely:-1. Utu-niyāma 2. Bīja-niyāma; 3. Citta-niyāma; 4. Kamma-niyāma; 5. Dhamma-niyāma. Such framework is a foundation of valuable knowledge found in the commentarial works. The researcher used this fram...
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This article aims to propose the response of Buddhism to environmental degradation by analyzing the conceptual framework of Five Niyāma namely:- 1. Utu-niyāma 2. Bīja-niyāma 3. Citta-niyāma 4. Kamma-niyāma 5. Dhamma-niyāma. Such conceptual framework is foundation of valuable knowledge found in the commentarial works. The researcher rendered as a co...
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This dissertation is a qualitative research of 3 objectives, namely;- 1. to study the human body systems according to the Buddhist way and the medicine way, 2. to study the equilibrium of the human body systems according to the Buddhist way and the medicine way, 3. to propose the Buddhist integrated approach to the equilibrium of the human body sys...
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This research is a qualitative research with 3 objectives, which are (1) to analyze the correspondence of the human body systems according to Buddhism and medical science, (2) to study the equilibrium of the human body systems according to Buddhism and medical science, (3) to propose the Buddhist integrated approach to the equilibrium of the human...
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This thematic paper is a qualitative research work of 2 objectives, namely;- 1. to study the equilibration of the human organ systems according to the Buddhist way and the Medicine way. 2. to propose the principles and the methods of the equilibration of the human organ systems of the Buddhist integration From the research, it is found that the sys...
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This dissertation paper is a qualitative research of two purposes; namely 1. To study development of the concept on the first principle (Pathamadhātu) of the world and life 2. To analyse the Buddhism’s denial of the concept on the first principle. From the research, it is found that the first principle is the viewpoint from Veda Philosophy more tha...
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This dissertation paper is a qualitative research of two purposes ; namely 1. To study the human beings’ bodies in Tipitaka 2. To analytically study the organizations in the human beings’ bodies in Tipitaka. From the research, it is found that the explanations in Tipitaka for the meaning and the characteristics of the human beings’ bodies are of lo...
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Years after years, Thailand has continued to experience severe damages from seasoning flooding. Despite the continuing efforts to improve physical structures to minimize the damage from the flood, the government fails to implement a successful and sustainable water management plan. In this paper, we attempted to re-analyze the causes and problems a...
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This thesis is of the 3 objectives which are 1) to study Sañyojana and Doctrinal principles in connection with Sañyojana 2) to study the Doctrines which extinguish Sañyojana 3) to analytical study of Sañyojana according to the venerable monks in Thai societies. From the research, it is found that according to the Triple Gem, Sañyojana means a small...

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A TRANSLATION OF SIRIMAṄGALA’S MAṄGALATTHADῙPANῙ
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1 To examine the biofeedback process in psychophysiology. 2 To develop a criterion of bliss concentration (samādhi-sukha) access in Buddhism. 3 To integrate the Buddhist method of bliss (sukha) access in concentration with Biofeedback Training Program to enhance the meditation progress of the practitioners.