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Video: Rebuilding our Health

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November 17, 2013. 82-minute dharma talk given by Thich Nhat Hanh from Stillwater Meditation Hall, Upper Hamlet of Plum Village. This is the first talk of the 2013-2014 Winter Retreat. We begin with two chants from the monastics. Rebuilding our health – mental and physical. Our society seems to be not very healthy. Some come

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51 Mental Formations

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Download 51 Mental Formation.PDF 漢 Tiếng Việt Sanskrit English Français   徧行五 5 tâm sở biến hành sarvatraga 5 Universals 5 Universelles 觸 xúc sparśa contact le contact 作意 tác ý mānaskāra attention l’attention 受 thọ vedanā feeling la sensation 想 tưởng saṃjñā perception la perception 思 tư cetanā volition la volition 別境五 5 tâm

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