Tahanan Is Home

Distribution of relief goods in Leyte, Philippines 2013 (photo by the author) Reflections from a Social Worker in...

Raising a Daughter

By Tan I’m lucky to live in a multicultural community with a Vietnamese culture...

Be Our Own Soulmate

Written by Brother Pháp Nguyện (Br. Aspiration) Translated by: Chúc Mai This year, An Bang retreat was held...

How to Practice After Leaving Plum Village

Written by a Plum Village monastic Part I I wanted to connect...

Mindful Parenting

By Adrien Lecomte Adrien (right) and the Sangha in Upper Hamlet, Plum Village I was...

Bringing Music to Your Community

Wake Up retreat at Blue Cliff Monastery, June 2018 In a simple but beautiful way, music has the...

Learning to Love Myself in Plum Village

Mick at the Happy Farm, Plum Village Click here to read Mick’s reflection on serving the Happy Farm...

Burnout to Dharma Bum

Insights from a year living in Plum Village By Doran from Wake Up Brighton

Crossing the Mexican-US Border

By Jane from Wake Up San Francisco Jane (right) with Pancho (left) & friends on a journey to...

Community and Voice Therapy

Tere from Wake Up Manchester shares about her Sangha experiences and how the practice helps her write music...

Serving Happy Farm and Plum Village

December 6, 2018 in New Hamlet The Happy Farm from Lower Hamlet, New Hamlet, and Upper Hamlet in...

Food and Cooking in Plum Village

Wake Upper Marek from Poland is a passionate cook and currently serves the Sangha in Plum Village as the kitchen coordinator in Son Ha, one of the monks’ residences. In this interview, he shares practices to bring mindfulness into the kitchen and a diet that serves ourselves as well as our planet.

Building a Community in Jerusalem

4th April 2019   Chen (left) and Nitzan (right) Chen from Wake Up Jerusalem attended the...

Lessons Learned from Living with Monastics

Floating meditation practice: Me in the middle and a few friends, as well as Brother Harmony (Phap Man) to my right

Building a Unified Community

Connecting Wake Up and All-Ages Sanghas By Bryan Hindert A fellow Wake Upper shared an insight during a recent retreat closing circle. He was surprised to...