Love in our Generation

By Jenny Hamp In April 2011 I asked a Brooklyn Sangha friend how to get in touch with New York Wake Up. The next week...

Open Heart – experiencing healing

Dear friends, Recently I had an experience which moved my heart very deeply. I feel I am very lucky. I would like to share this...

Meditating with incarcerated young people, in the Bronx, New York

NBC News did this little news report on our very moving visit to a detention center in New York earlier this month, as part...
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Basic Mindfulness Practice

At Penn University Phap Luu introduced the practice of mindfulness for our daily lives. He talks about freedom and stopping. This talk was given...
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How to continue the practice

Sr True Dedication shares about how to continue the practice in our daily lives; from the day of mindfulness at Georgetown during the Wake...
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Handling Strong Emotions – This is how it’s done!

Sit back and enjoy this amazing talk from Sister True Brightness about handling strong emotions from our day with the School of Ethics and...
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Wake Up Austin

Here are two very cool little films about how Wake Up is manifesting in Austin Texas. Beautiful. May Wake Up houses bloom all around...

Wake Up: The Music of Community

Dear Friends, Last night at the Dharma Nectar Hall of Lower Hamlet in Plum Village, lay and monastic practitioners from around the world gathered to concentrate...

Wake Up Austin

Hi Friends, I was inspired to see this web page for the Wake Up community in Austin Texas -- and to know about this community....

US tour wonder

Hey Folks, Well, I don't really know how to describe retreats on this US tour (I got to go to three so far...) Amazing I guess...:) I...

Wake Up USA retreat 2009 in Stonehill, MA

Wake Up USA retreat at Stonehill College, MA during Thich Nhat Hanh's 2009 US tour.

Love in action

A lotus to everyone, I would like to share about mindfulness, love, and action. Some years ago I was working in hotel as housekeeper. My job...

Going Home

I would like to share a little bit of my practice since I’ve been back from Plum Village and some things from my experience...