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On Grief and Loss

In Zen, we often say that the moment of death is the moment that reveals how we have been practicing. Indeed, the fear of dying is the base for all other fears. As practitioners, death should be an object of our contemplation. Sister Insight shares her experience of practicing...

Sr Tuệ Nghiêm

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Breathe, Smile and Accept

What do you truly want for your life? Knowing this becomes a source of energy on our path. When we see our path clearly, we are no longer afraid. Mindfulness is the energy of awareness that enables us to apply the practice in our daily life. This allows us...

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Truthful and Loving Speech

Sister Lang Nghiem teaches on the 8th, 9th and 10th Mindfulness Training, True Community and Communication, Truthful and Loving Speech, Protecting and Nourishing the Sangha respectively. Transformation of our speech and speech patterns is possible. Communication, kindness and loving speech are all trainable and we can learn to speak...

Sr Lăng Nghiêm

November 18, 2018

Purification of Speech

Thay’s teachings on Buddhist Psychology in the Nov 2- 9, 1997 Retreat at Key West, Florida, USA Day 1: Nov. 2, 1997: Orientation to practices in the retreat If you are interested in these specific teachings, you might want to read the book Understanding our Mind by Thich Nhat...

Thich Nhat Hanh

November 2, 1997

Listening to the Chant

August 8, 2011. 35-minute talk and chanting with Thich Nhat Hanh from War Memorial Gym at University of British Columbia, Vancouver , Canada. The sangha is on the North American Tour. After a greeting and welcome, Thay introduces how to listen to chanting. We then hear the Namo’valokiteshvaraya chant. The...

Thich Nhat Hanh

August 8, 2011

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What is Mindfulness

Thich Nhat Hanh January 15, 2020

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