Bhutan & India Wake Up Tour Report

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Wake Up family! A reflection on the October 2012 Wake Up Tour in Bhutan & India Stop, breathe, smile.     That’s what we learn in Plum Village...

Eat mindfully and discover a new world!

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TTT Sangha (Vietnamese Youth Sangha) would like to share with you their experience with mindful eating last summer in Plum Village...If you got the same experience,...

Three Months after EIAB: My First Triathlon

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By Will Chua In June, I squeezed two weeks off from work and put myself on a plane from Singapore to Waldbrol for the Dutch...

10 Days @ Thai Plum Village

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By Will Chua Going as a River What brings a Vietnamese engineer, a Singaporean social worker and a Malaysian public servant, 20 years apart in age,...

Tokyo Flash Mob Meditation

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By Kanako Nishida Tokyo Flash Mob Meditation on 11 May 2014. It was a sunny day and around 40 participants came to sit on the bridge...

Wake Up Singapore

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For this month's Sangha of the Month, we travel to Asia and get to know Wake Up Singapore. Find out how they got started and why...

Wake Up and Rejoice Together

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By Le A Day of Mindfulness with Wake Up Singapore Sitting quietly in the bamboo forest, the Sangha’s presence was embraced by the gentle breeze and...

Blooming Like a Flower

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"I’m blooming like a flower. I’ve never felt so happy and at peace. I’m truly grateful for the blessing from everyone in my practice....

“Now I Can Feel the Joy of Simplicity” – Reflections on Wake Up Singapore

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The members of last month's Sangha of the Month, Wake Up Singapore, share about their practice and how their Sangha changes their life... Rofan: My extended family is...

Day of Mindfulness with Wake Up Bangkok

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By Pusanisa K. It was a cherished moment to meet with Wake Up friends in July. We enjoyed sitting meditation together, singing Plum Village songs....

Wake Up Sydney

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For this month's Sangha of the month, we travel across the ocean and get to know one of the Wake Up Sanghas in Australia,...

You See, Life No Longer Means Anything Anymore

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Question: I am 20 years old and currently a student. My family is not happy. My dad is an alcoholic and has several affairs...

Wake Up Asia: Tears of Joy

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By TS Nguyễn Mạnh Hùng Men normally don’t cry. But I did cry before the end of the Wake Up Asia 2014 retreat. And I...

I Have Seen Your Continuation, Thay!

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Dear Thay, I’m writing this letter for you from Central Vietnam. I just returned to my hometown several days ago after six weeks of enjoying,...