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Mindfulness (1/6): Intro, Mindfulness of Breathing

Mindfulness is the practice of living each moment with awareness, kindness, curiosity, and acceptance. A mindfulness practice can help you center your mind, relax your body, generate peace and joy, soothe painful emotions, develop emotional intelligence, and cultivate inner freedom.

A cloud never dies

This morning, the 22 of January 2022 Thay, Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, has passed away peacefully at Từ Hiếu Temple in Huế, Vietnam,...

Serving Happy Farm and Plum Village

December 6, 2018 in New Hamlet Q: Why did you stay for three years in Plum Village? Did you know in the beginning you’d stay that...

At the Foot of the Mountain

By Brother Dao Bi At the foot of the mountain, there is a stream. Take the water from the stream and wash yourself, and you will be cured. I...

How Does Thay Calm Down Someone in Rage?

Thay has been able to deal successfully with a number of people who got angry at Thay out of jealousy and wrong perceptions. Sometimes,...

Walk With Me premiere at the SXSW Film Festival

Elli: Nhu-Mai and I went to Austin to support the world premiere of Walk With Me, a 90-minute feature documentary made by Brother Phap...

“Mindfulness: Be Happy Now!” Documentary

Interview with Larry Kasanoff, Producer and Filmmaker About the Documentary-Making Process with Thich Nhat Hanh https://vimeo.com/139513958 How did you get into mindfulness? I read one of...

The 5 Powers and Planting Seeds of Mindfulness Movies

An Interview with Gregory Kennedy-Salemi, the Filmmaker One day, when I was 14 years old, I picked up Thay’s book Peace is Every Step. It...

How to Respond Appropriately to Situations in Our Lives

A Dharma talk by Kaira Jewel at ABC Home, New York City, in September 2016 Dear Thay, dear friends, dear Sangha, On the way to...

Detachment, Non-Caring and When Thay Passes Away

What’s the Difference Between Detachment and Non-Caring? Brother Ngo Khong: I’ve been confronted by detachment and non-caring in my life. Often I’ve been told I...

Mindful Reflections from Wake Up Bangkok

Opening Up to Love by Namsai Thai Plum Village didn’t give me happiness, peace, nor did it give me new life, new identity, nor any...

Thay’s Eyes

I would like to share with you about my moment with Thay during the 21-Day Retreat in Plum Village, France, and my reflection about...

Practicing in Plum Village

On December 1, 2015, the Ordination Ceremony of the Redwood Family occurred in Plum Village; ten people were ordained in France and nine others...

The Sangha Boat

An Interview with Brother Chan Phap Ho Brother Chan Phap Ho was born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden. At the age of twenty-nine, he left...

Peace is Every Step

Continuing in the Footsteps of Thay We walked slowly, along a path surrounded by trees, dappled sunlight spilling through onto our faces and arms. Hundreds...