• สามารถ ใจเตี้ย Center of Excellence in Public Health Innovation and Community Environment, Faculty of Science and Technology, Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, Chiang Mai 50300


Lanna Spirit, Community Health Promotion


Spiritual  beliefs of  lanna community  is  an ancestor worship heritage  that  guides  of community health promotion. Spiritual on cultural health was support when they face with problems and are in need of support and the alternative to mental health of people under faith and beliefs. Furthermore, in terms of the cultural ecology to conserve for local medicinal plants resource, spiritual beliefs are local wisdom of managing the natural resources base on rules agreed by community members.



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