Tag: dharma

Memories from the Root Temple: Washing Dishes

This is the third in a series of memories written by Thay, called Memories from the Root Temple, based on his time at Tu Hieu Temple, Vietnam, to which he has recently returned to live.

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Memories from the Root Temple: Tangerines in Heaven

This is the second in a series of memories written by Thay, called Memories from the Root Temple, based on his time with his teacher, Master Thanh Quy at Tu Hieu Temple, Vietnam, to which he has recently returned to live.

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Memories from the Root Temple: Closing the Door

This is the first in a series of memories written by Thay, based on his time at Tu Hieu Temple, Vietnam (his root temple), to which he has recently returned to live.

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Three Mountain Poems

Br. Phap Bieu reflects on three poems by Master Ham Son (Zh. Hanshan)and shares his own experiences of being in the mountains and of the practice.

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Discourse on the Land of Great Happiness

This translation of Discourse on the Land of Great Happiness has been prepared by Thich Nhat Hanh from Samyukta Agama 1071 (The equivalent in the Pali Canon is Theranamo Sutta, Samyutta Nikaya 21.10 . It appears in Thich Nhat Hanh, Chanting From The Heart (Parallax Press, Rev.Ed., 2006) It is recited regularly at Plum Village

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Discourse on the Lotus of the Wonderful Dharma: Universal Door Chapter

  This translation of the Discourse on the Lotus of the Wonderful Dharma: Universal Door Chapter has been prepared by Thich Nhat Hanh from Saddharmapundarika Sutra,Chapter 25, Taisho Revised Tripitaka 262. It appears in Thich Nhat Hanh, Chanting From The Heart (Parallax Press, Rev.Ed., 2006) It is recited regularly at Plum Village practice centers around

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Discourse on Youth and Happiness

  This translation of the Discourse on Youth and Happiness has been prepared by Thich Nhat Hanh from Samiddhi Sutta, Samyukta Agama 1078, Samyutta Nikaya 1.20, Taisho 99).  It appears in Thich Nhat Hanh, Chanting From The Heart (Parallax Press, Rev.Ed., 2006) It is recited regularly at Plum Village practice centers around the world, as part

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Discourse on the Teachings to Be Given to the Sick

  This translation of the Discourse on The Teachings to Be Given to The Sick has been prepared by Thich Nhat Hanh from Ekottara Agama 51.8, Majjhima Nikaya 143 and Madhyama Agama 26.  It appears in Thich Nhat Hanh, Chanting From The Heart (Parallax Press, Rev.Ed., 2006) It is recited regularly at Plum Village practice

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Anuradha Discourse

  This translation of the Anuradha Discourse has been prepared by Thich Nhat Hanh from the Theranamo Sutta, Samyutta Nikaya 21.10 . It appears in Thich Nhat Hanh, Chanting From The Heart (Parallax Press, Rev.Ed., 2006) It is recited regularly at Plum Village practice centers around the world, as part of our daily sitting and

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Discourse on the White-Clad Disciple

This translation of the Discourse on the White-Clad Disciple has been prepared by Thich Nhat Hanh from the Upasaka Sutra, Madhyama Agama 128. It appears in Thich Nhat Hanh, Chanting From The Heart (Parallax Press, Rev.Ed., 2006) It is recited regularly at Plum Village practice centers around the world, as part of our daily sitting and

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How to make your New Year truly “new”

In this Dharma Talk from 29th December, 2013, Thay teaches us with great power and humour, how to prepare ourselves for the coming of the New Year.

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Discourse on the Dharma Seal

This translation of the Discourse on the Dharma Seal has been prepared by Thich Nhat Hanh from the Chinese: Taisho Revised Tripitaka, No.104 . It appears in Thich Nhat Hanh, Chanting From The Heart (Parallax Press, Rev.Ed., 2006) It is recited regularly at Plum Village practice centers around the world, as part of our daily sitting and chanting sessions. For further

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Unconditional Acceptance

An Interview with Joanne Friday Joanne Friday is a Dharma Teacher in the Order of Interbeing. In 2003, she received authority to teach from Thich Nhat Hanh, her teacher for twenty years. Joanne leads meditation retreats for Sanghas and groups throughout the Northeastern U.S. She lives in Rhode Island, where she is the guiding teacher

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The Three Refuges

I take refuge in the Buddha, the one who shows me the way in this life. I take refuge in the Dharma, the way of understanding and of love. I take refuge in the Sangha, the community that lives in harmony and awareness. [bell] Dwelling in the refuge of Buddha, I clearly see the path

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