Thich Nhat Hanh Teaching Schedule


Aug 2014

Date Event
Aug 26, 2014 until
Aug 31, 2014

Language:
English with Italian Translation

Italian Retreat
Italian Retreat
This retreat, entitled "The Mind of Love Transforms All Difficulties," is a special opportunity for Italians to receive teachings directly from Thich Nhat Hanh and the entire Plum Village community. Consecutive Italian translation will be provided for all activities. We look forward to welcoming several hundred members of our Italian sangha, as well as new practitioners, for this joyful end-of-summer retreat.

Sep 2014

Date Event
Sep 19, 2014 until
Oct 24, 2014

Language:
English / French / Vietnamese

Autumn Retreat
Autumn Retreat
You are warmly invited to join us at Plum Village to experience mindful community living this Autumn. The schedule is somewhat lighter than the Summer or Winter, with time and space to simply enjoy the monastery atmosphere and the beautiful autumn landscape, some personal quiet time or restful walks. We're very fortunate that Thay will be in residence, offering twice-weekly teachings on Thursdays and Sundays.

Oct 2014

Date Event
Oct 25, 2014 until
Oct 31, 2014

Language:
French (with English translation)

Francophone Educators Retreat
Francophone Educators Retreat
This autumn, from October 25-31, Thich Nhat Hanh and Plum Village monks and nuns will lead Plum Village's first Francophone Educators' Retreat. Thich Nhat Hanh and Plum Village dharma teachers have been training educators in Europe, America and Asia for over thirty years, developing the "Wake Up Schools" training program. This is the first time that Thich Nhat Hanh will offer a full course of these teachings in French.

Nov 2014

Date Event
Nov 14, 2014 until
Feb 13, 2015

Language:
Vietnamese (with English & French translation)

Winter Retreat
Winter Retreat
You're warmly invited to join us this Winter for stays of two weeks or more during our Annual Three-Months Monastic Retreat. The Winter Retreat at Plum Village is a time for us to come to come back to ourselves, to practice looking deeply, and to strengthen our spiritual roots. It's an opportunity for lay practitioners to offer their practice and helping hands to support the retreat. With shorter days and cooler nights, the winter is a cosy time of living, practising and working together as a community.

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