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by Thich Nhat Hanh,Jack Kornfield,Maxine Hong Kingston,Annabel Laity,Christopher Reed,Patricia Marx Ellsberg;,Joan Halifax,Stephen Batchelor,David Steindl-Rast


by Thich Nhat Hanh (Author), Jack Kornfield (Author), Maxine Hong Kingston (Author) . Great book for people interested in learning more about the 5 Mindfulness Trainings of the Plum Village, Thich Nhat Hanh tradition

by Thich Nhat Hanh (Author), Jack Kornfield (Author), Maxine Hong Kingston (Author), Annabel Laity (Author), Christopher Reed (Author), Patricia Marx Ellsberg; (Author), Joan Halifax (Author), Stephen Batchelor (Author), David Steindl-Rast (Author) & 6 more. Great book for people interested in learning more about the 5 Mindfulness Trainings of the Plum Village, Thich Nhat Hanh tradition. I purchased the book used and it arrived very quickly and is in like new condition.

Another Thich Nhat Hanh book that touches the soul and makes you think

Another Thich Nhat Hanh book that touches the soul and makes you think. This book highlights The Five Mindfulness trainings, stressing the benefits of abstaining from things that can cause us to be reckless, voicing our concerns, controlling anger, respecting life, respecting our bodies, and respecting all of creation from the complex to microorganisms. This book has trainings that no known man, even the Buddha, could follow perfectly. The parallels to Christianity and teachings of Christ are Another Thich Nhat Hanh book that touches the soul and makes you think.

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The five mindfulness trainings have traditionally been known as the layman’s Buddhist precepts: do not kill, steal, sexually abuse, lie, or take drugs or alcohol. In 1993, they were reformulated by Thich Nhat Hanh and his community to better reflect our times. His insight is always inspiring and, at times, breathtaking. If you read nothing else, read this section.

He coined the term "Engaged Buddhism" in his book Vietnam: Lotus in a Sea of Fire. After a long term of exile, he was given permission to make his first return trip to Vietnam in 2005. Nhất Hạnh has published more than 100 books, including more than 40 in English.

By Thich Nhat Hanh, Jack Kornfield, Maxine Hong Kingston, Annabel Laity, Christopher Reed, Patricia .

David Steindl-Rast OSB (born July 12, 1926) is . .

David Steindl-Rast OSB (born July 12, 1926) is a Catholic Benedictine monk, notable for his active participation in interfaith dialogue and his work on the interaction between spirituality and science. YouTube Encyclopedic. Who is Awakening ♡ What Does it Mean to be Awake? ♡ Brother David Steindl Rast ♡ Gratefulness. org ♡. ✪ Teachings on Mindfulness & Gratefulness ♡ Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh & Brother David Steindl-Rast ♡. Transcription.

THE FIVE MINDFULNESS TRAININGS are the basic statement of ethics and morality in Buddhism. In For a Future to Be Possible, Zen Master and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh discusses these Five Mindfulness Trainings and offers insights and challenges for how they might play an important role in our personal lives and in society.

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The Five Mindfulness Trainingsprotecting life, acting with generosity, behaving responsibly in sexual relationships, speaking and listening deeply and mindfully, and avoiding substance abuseare the basic statement of ethics and morality in Buddhism. In For a Future to be Possible, Zen master and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh and fourteen prominent co-authors discuss these Five Mindfulness Trainings and offer insights and challenges for how they might play an important role in our personal lives and in society.
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There are few well-informed observers of world events that would deny that in the present we are faced with many challenges, some of which go as far as calling into question the future capacity of the Earth to sustain human habitation. What can we do to address these issues and give way to a more just, satisfying, peaceful world? The answers are many: technological advance, spiritual enlightenment, scientific endeavour, political action, and radical revolution, among many others. In "For a Future to be Possible", published by Parallax Press, Thich Nhat Hanh (1998), the renowned Zen master and creator of the term `engaged Buddhism', aims to address some of the foundations of the most pressing problems in the world today. By employing the Buddha's teaching of pañcashi''la, which he translates as The Five Mindfulness Trainings, Thich Nhat Hanh aims to provide a positive framework to transform individuals, families, and societies.

The Buddha, through Thich Nhat Hanh, may be seen as having provided a blueprint for engaging with the root causes of all ecological and social problems through these trainings. Following the author's guidelines on the practice of the Five Mindfulness Trainings does not denote the abandonment of action aimed at social and environmental justice, but rather reinforces the foundations upon which such action can be based, namely compassion and a broad view, rather than a narrow dichotomy placing ideas and issues in categories of `right' and `wrong', `good' and `bad.' In fact, all of the trainings have an outward looking perspective that entails the empowerment of the individual. Importantly, the author focuses on an often-neglected aspect of debate on social and environmental issues: the mind. In some ways, the author can be seen to outline the pathology of ignorant action causing destruction and suffering, and can be seen as providing an insight into a potential remedy for such ignorance. Thich Nhat Hanh does not claim to provide an image of an alternative reality to the present situation, but simply provides an alternative path to make the journey more compassionate and kind. Most importantly, Thich Nhat Hanh highlights that our tendency to reduce systems and problems to their parts has not helped to stem the decline of life systems: we are not just human beings, but humans interbeing.
Cheber
The book arrived in excellent condition; was really a new one. This is one of my favorite teachers.
Jark
Excellent book!! GREAT service!!
Khiceog
Great book for people interested in learning more about the 5 Mindfulness Trainings of the Plum Village / Thich Nhat Hanh tradition. I purchased the book used and it arrived very quickly and is in like new condition.
Uscavel
The Five Mindfulness Trainings are a wonderful path for aligning your mind and life to create a world that you want to inhabit.
LeXXXuS
Thich Nhat Hanh has updated the traditional Buddhist precepts in this book. His version goes beyond "do not kill," for example, to be mindful of that we might be killing inadvertently. He makes us aware of the broadness of the precepts and thus encourages us to be more mindful. If we are not mindful, we break the precepts. Therefore, he calls them Mindfulness Trainings. Thay's approach frames the precepts in a way that is helpful in our daily life. He makes them relevant.
Manazar
I liked the responses to Thich Nhat Hanh's rephrasing of the mindfulness trainings better than his own writing.
Fair price and fast delivery.
For a Future To Be Possible: Commentaries on the Five Mindfulness Trainings ebook
Author:
Thich Nhat Hanh,Jack Kornfield,Maxine Hong Kingston,Annabel Laity,Christopher Reed,Patricia Marx Ellsberg;,Joan Halifax,Stephen Batchelor,David Steindl-Rast
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