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  • Dharma offered by the Venerable Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
    Plum Village Community of Engaged Buddhism
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  • Feb 7 2021
    This 59-minute talk was given on May 13, 2004 in New Hamlet, Plum Village, France. The talk was given between retreats to the monastic community and a small number of lay residents and guests. Thank you to Chân Phúc H?i for writing the summary and providing a time-stamped transcript. Thay begins this talk with a description… Continue reading Live Happily in the Present Moment
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    11 mins
  • Jan 21 2021
    2000-06-03 (77-minutes) – It’s been a long while since posting a dharma talk for you all, and for that I apologize. Today for our Day of Mindfulness at Deer Park Monastery, we heard this talk from June 3, 2000 at New Hamlet, Plum Village. The talk is part of the 21-Day Retreat that year with… Continue reading How do we Practice as a Sangha
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    1 hr and 17 mins
  • Jul 6 2020
    The date is November 25, 2001 at Plum Village, Upper Hamlet. This is the first talk of the 3-month winter retreat. The talk is offered in English. 00:00 Connecting with Green Mountain Dharma Center and Deer Park Monastery09:10 Chanting34:12 Going Home to Ourselves41:08 Drinking our Tea43:22 Mindfulness of our Body46:04 Body52:50 Feelings56:26 Perceptions1:01:38 Mental Formations1:05:14… Continue reading Making Peace with Ourselves
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    1 hr and 56 mins

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Greatest Dharma Teacher

Always enjoy teachings from Thay. His words encourage us to be mindful and compassionate during stressful times

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Simple Common Sense

I love Thich Nhat Hanh's teachings. The examples and teachings he gives in this are just good plain common sense. Everything is very easy to understand and applicable whether you are Buddhist or not. He simplifies things in a way that makes you wonder why you never thought about life, problems, etc. the way he explains them. My favorite moments are when his humor peaks through his teachings.

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