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Transitioning Between Different Cultures

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

Wake Up Graz

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This month, we get to know Wake Up Graz from Austria, how they practice mindfulness together, and what makes them special! Happy reading :)

Monastics Visit Wake Up New York

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Recollections and Reflections – March 4, 2016 by Rachel Rampil, Sangha member and occasional facilitator, Wake Up New York Dear Community, On the first Friday of March, Wake...

Wake Up in London & Hong Kong

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Gareth Siu shares about practicing with two different active Sanghas in different continents: Wake Up London and Wake Up Hong Kong. I was originally practicing...

Love Between Us – Thich Nhat Hanh’s Sharing

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Maison de l'Inspir interviewed Monastic Brother Phap Linh after he received the lamp transmission as a Dharma Teacher during the Great Ordination Ceremony last month...

Mindfulness when a Relative is Dying

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By Phil Bluckert My Dad received a terminal diagnosis of pancreatic cancer on the 19th November 2015. He deteriorated rapidly and passed away on the...

Wake Up Edinburgh

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This month as Sangha of the month, we travel to Scotland! Enjoy getting to know Wake Up Edinburgh, their diverse Sangha, and their practice :D

Dating in the Sangha – Roses and Compost to be Aware...

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by David Viafora As a facilitator in Wake Up groups and retreats, I consistently cut myself some slack and recognize that we are all young...

Five Years of Wake Up London

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By Joe Holtaway Wake Up London is now five years old :) In the Quaker meeting house surrounded by friends and heaps of nice food on...

Wake Up Indonesia

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As Sangha of the Month this month, we get to know Wake Up Indonesia and how they get involved with the monastics in forming a...

Being Here Now for 13 Years!

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

The Middle Way Sangha

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Addressing “Aging Out” of the Wake Up New York Sangha Dear Sangha, I am writing to share happy news from New York. The young adult...

My One Year Residency at Blue Cliff Monastery

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How one year at Blue Cliff Monastery opened Thien Kim's heart ten-fold I could not possibly put one-year of experience living at Blue Cliff Monastery...

Trust in the Sangha

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Anneke has been a regular in Wake Up Nijmegen, her hometown in the Netherlands for two years. She got into the practice through a...

Learning to Let Go in Community Life

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By Barry Wright For many years an aspiration has been growing among young people to live in or build a lay community in the Plum...