Thich Nhat Hanh

Reciting these gratitude prayers and mealtime blessings (ideally around a table while surrounded by your nearest and dearest) can help you recognize the beauty in your life.
Lately I've been hearing a lot of complaints from my coaching clients and friends about their partners. The summary? They're
Rumi, a 13th century poet wrote, “The wound is the place where the light enters.” I read this quote over and over again throughout
It involves a lot more than meditating.
Two Buddhist teachers reveal how conquering anger and quiet resistance is key to bringing lasting change to the world
Many of us are looking for ways to create "safe zones," as much inside ourselves as with others, so that we stay "fit for
Buddhist meditation -- and its recent secular incarnation in mindfulness -- is clinically proven to help build resilience to cope with life's stresses. It's inspirational to know that it played a part in ensuring December's historic deal in Paris.
Often I must remind myself that those in spiritual communities are human, bringing with them the same prejudices, injustices
We, humans, have the luxury of free will. What are we choosing? The path of suffering and rejection, or a path of loving and caring? I invite you to let go of the old paradigm to create the breathing space to find the true potential in the highest "I."
Deaf gain, rather than hearing loss, has long been theorized in capital-D-Deaf cultural spaces. Borrowing liberally from this "reframing," I wish to forward a perspective that I call "mad advantage."
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
Thank you, Thay, for helping me find a new way to think about those who have been dear to me but are no longer on this earth. As you said, they are there; maybe not physically, but they are present with us at all times.
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness