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Building a Community in Jerusalem

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

European Wake Up Ambassadors Week

We’re planting seeds of new communities It’s time to wake up! It’s time to wake up together! The European Wake Up Ambassadors had a retreat in...

North American Wake Up Care-Taking Council

Dear friends, On behalf of our current North American Wake Up Care-Taking Council (NAWUCTC), we would like to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves and...

My Aspiration to Build a Fourfold Sangha

Verena from Wake Up Nijmegen and Wake Up Netherlands shares her aspiration letter to ordain as an Order of Interbeing member in the Netherlands. Dear Thây,...

Sanghahood in Colombia

By Gisela and Andrés How did you discover the Plum Village tradition? We found this tradition thanks to Andrés, my husband, about 3 years ago. Both...

Adapting to Culture in Greece

After moving from the Netherlands to Greece, Leonie shares about adapting to a different culture and Sangha-building in Athens. How did you transition between Wake Up Netherlands...

Wake Up Hamburg

As Sangha of the month for this month, we get to know our German friends from Wake Up Hamburg, how they got started, and their...

“Your Presence and Practice is All That Truly Matters”

After moving to Australia from the United States, Adam Victorino shares about practicing with Wake Up Milpitas and Wake Up Sydney. How did you get...

Transitioning Between Different Cultures

Last month, Gareth shared about practicing with Wake Up London and Wake Up Hong Kong. In this article, he writes about transitioning between both...

To Inspire and Get Inspired

Last Fall, we travelled from the Sangha in Groningen, the Netherlands, to an old monastery for the Wake Up Sangha-Building weekend retreat. The monastery...

Connecting with Young, Spiritual People

by Esteban Ruseler I have a good friend and Dharma bro who went to Plum Village and told me, “Wow it was amazing. You’ll love...

Waking Up, Growing Up

Practicing Upeksha in Wake Up By David Viafora The practice of inclusiveness (also known as equanimity or upeksha) may be one of the most challenging edges...

Being Here Now for 13 Years!

I started the Be Here Now Sangha, rooted in the mindfulness tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, in September of 2002, when I was 23...

Growth in Wake Up Nijmegen

by Manon Wetzels and Reinier de Nooij The seed for Wake Up Nijmegen germinated during a retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh in Papendal, the Netherlands,...

Interviews with Sangha-builders – Part 2

During the International Wake Up Retreat in Plum Village in August 2013 – PART II BBT: If somebody asks you how to build a sangha,...