The Role of the Parents in Personality Development in Positive and Negative Perspectives

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Personality in Buddhism meant the characteristics that were specific to an individual. These characteristics were manifested by his/her good and bad behaviors through body, speech, and mind. In another word good and bad behaviors were the manifestations of the mental motivation. Personality was here divided into two categories: they were: 1. Implicit Personality 2. Explicit Personality

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With Reference Relevant Sources Discussthe Buddhist Analysis of Personality DevelopmentPersonality in Buddhism meant the characteristics that were specific to an individual. These characteristics were manifested by his/her good and bad behaviors through body, speech, and mind. In another word good and bad behaviors were the manifestations of the mental motivation. Personality was here divided into two categories: they were: 1. Implicit Personality 2. Explicit Personality Implicit Personality was described as the characteristics of an individual who had wholesome and unwholesome mental conducts. His conducts were based on the 6 mental trends. Explicit Personality was described as the characteristics of an individual who had wholesome and unwholesome behaviors through body and speech that shown in outward appearances. It was shown in this studies that Buddhist personality was in accordance with the concept of personality in modern psychology. Modern psychology classified personality into two categories: they were External Personality the personality that could be observed through positive and negative behaviors of body and speech, and Internal Personality the personality that was mental and was individually observable.Personality development in Buddhism was the improvement of internal and external characteristics. The improvement of internal characteristics was emphasized in Buddhism as it led to the enlightenment of the ultimate goal of Buddhism, Nibbana.

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