Episode 108: Give Yourself Some Breathing Space — Thich Nhat Hanh
Warrior's Way Podcast
Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh suggests we carve out some personal space to breathe and train — what does that mean? How do we do it? Is it actually important to do? Finding a space to meditate and practice martial arts in our own homes. We also look at what it means to be a ‘Zen dude’.
Living, Dying, & Possibilities for Change: The Prophet Ezekiel & Thich Nhat Hanh
DHARMA TALKS from SACRED GROUND
Care to JOIN US LIVE for our NEXT ONLINE SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE? CLICK HERE. Today’s DHARMA TALK includes: Thich Nhat Hanh, Ezekiel 18. Ancestors’ Continuations, our InterBeing Natures. On Melding Buddhism, Christianity, & Earth-centered Spirituality. Impermanence, Dynamism, Changefulness, even G-d Changes His Mind (Jonah 3:10). Non-Linear Theology: Seasons, Lent, Easter, Liturgical Year. Social Justice & the Hebrew Prophets. Mourning, Understanding, Selflessness, and Recognizing Dying & Aliveness in Others. Parson Michael R. Malley’s Dharma Talk from the February 28, 2021 Sunday Morning Service of Sacred Ground Community Church & Sangha. Want to JOIN US LIVE for our NEXT ONLINE SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE? CLICK HERE. You might also enjoy our Podcast Series FRESH GREEN BLESSINGS: READING THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN BIBLE THROUGH A BUDDHIST LENS WITH MOTHER EARTH EYES. Music: Courtesy of Adrian Von Ziegler, “My Black Rose.”
176: Keep It Simple: 4 Mantras For Love by Thich Nhat Hanh
The Remarried Life
Brian Mayer talks about keeping it simple in your remarriage and blended family. Utilizing 4 Mantras from Buddhist Monk Thich Nhat Hanh can help you be happier in the present moments with those you love the most. We hope you are inspired by today’s message. For more information and additional resources please visit our website at http://www.theremarriedlife.com Today's Goodies Often we like to meet complexity with complexity in our blended family. Often with so many things going on and swirling we often try to hard to do too much. But what if we think about the issues in a different way and work to meet complexity with simplicity instead. We often don’t think about doing something like this because we are so emotionally and mentally charged that we let our mind and body run together at an extremely fast clip because we feel like we need to keep up. Thich Nhat Hanh is rather well known Buddhist Monk who was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey a few years back. In the interview he talked about 4 Mantras that when practiced with the ones you love can bring about happiness to us individually and also to us as a couple and to the family unit. Let’s Talk about his 4 Mantras: Darling, I Am Here For You Darling, I Know That You are There, and That Makes Me So Happy Beloved One, I know you are suffering. That is Why I am Here For You Beloved One, I am Suffering. I Am Trying My Best to Practice. Please Help Me. While these are words to be spoken, what is most important through all of these is simply your presence. You are not preoccupied with other things, but are truly and genuinely mentally, emotionally, and physically present with your partner. All too often we want to solve our partner’s problems. It is much too soon for that. All our partner usually wants to know is are we there and do we care? Sometimes we get frustrated at the same complaint over and over again. This takes practice to be what is called long suffering through what you or your partner are going through. Again simply be there and acknowledge that you see the issue and the pain and hurt that are present. If you do these things, most likely you will see your relationships with your partner and family bloom like a flower in the words of Hanh Resources: Thich Nhat Hanh 4 Mantras Thanks For Listening! With so many things that take time in our lives, I more grateful than you know that you took time to listen to this podcast episode. If you liked this episode and believe that it would be beneficial to a friend, family member, or colleague, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. The Remarried Life Facebook Groupis a community of people just like you who get and give support. Please join today! As always remember that marriage is not something you have, it is something you do. Talk to you next week unless you are binge listening in the future in which case I will talk to you in about a minute! Take care.
Tuning In, Reaching Out Virtual Retreat Day 3: Loving-Kindness in the Tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh
Skillful Means Podcast
Jen wraps up our first virtual retreat with a practice very dear to her heart. Loving-kindness, or metta, is at the very heart of spiritual practice. By tuning into our common humanity, we not only touch the essence of our true Self, but we are able to recognize and appreciate the Self of others, even difficult people. Consider this a training in radical acceptance. Jen shares her thoughts on retreating and then guides a gentle mindful movement break followed by a loving-kindness practice in the Plum Village tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, her spiritual teacher. DisclaimerThe information and postures shared in this episode are not a substitute for proper medical care. If you are ill or injured, please consult your physician. Practicing asana comes with inherent risk. It is up to you to assess whether the postures shared in this practice are appropriate for you. Consult your physician before beginning any exercise or movement program. You assume responsibility for any injuries suffered while practicing these techniques.~Skillful Means Podcast is offering this virtual retreat to help you recommit to your yoga and mindfulness practice even - especially - during this difficult time. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments. You can get in touch with Jen directly at https://sati.yoga where she offers weekly classes, workshops, and trainings as well as group and private mentoring sessions.
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#101: Dr. Tho Ha Vinh — Learning from Thich Nhat Hanh, Gross National Happiness, Buddhist Teachings, Special Education Work, and More
The Nishant Garg Show
Dr. Tho Ha Vinh is a Buddhist practitioner since 1970, and was ordained by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh in 2001 as Dharmacharya (Certified Buddhist teacher), he holds a Ph.D. in Psychology and Education from Geneva University. He is the founder of the Eurasia Learning Institute for Happiness and Wellbeing and former Director of the Gross National Happiness Centre in Bhutan, as well as former Director of Learning and Development at the International Committee of the Red Cross. Please enjoy! Please visit https://nishantgarg.me/podcasts for more info. Follow Nishant: Instagram: instagram.com/garg_nishant https://www.facebook.com/NishantMindfulnessMatters/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nishant-garg-b7a20339/ https://twitter.com/nishantgar
Yoga Nidra inspired by a "Life of Miracles" by Thich Nhat Hanh
Spiritually Fit Yoga with Amelia Andaleon
If life feels heavy, whether from a global pandemic or wildfires, we can lose sight of what's right in the world. This meditation offers a shift from experiencing despair to a mindset of hope and possibility. See miracles im the midst of the muck. It begins with me reading "Life of Miracles" by Thich Nhat Hanh followed by a Yoga Nidra to invite you to see the miracles in your life, and to invite deep relaxation and sleep. This ends with "Namaste." 🙏🏽 (Background music credit: "Our Peaceful Ocean” composed by Music Of Wisdom - Licensed from https://meditationmusiclibrary.com/) *************************************** Thank you for tuning in! Your feedback and ratings are much appreciated! Let me know how these episodes are benefitting you and what you’d like to hear in the future! Blessings, Amelia Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spirituallyfityoga/message
Awakening My Heart on Retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh
The Lion’s Roar Podcast
Lions Roar’s Andrea Miller describes a six day retreat with the Vietnamese Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh – one that promised total relaxation and ended up being a healing experience she didn’t know she needed.
Thich Nhat Hanh: How To Fight Nana is so sorry that she went dark for 4 months! I love you! It's been a hell of a summer for all of us and while I took a conscious pause to focus on BLM, it quickly turned into a break where I focused on my family, my move and just trying to get out of bed in the morning. I thought reading Thich Nhat Hanh's How To Fight would be an appropriate episode to start back up with, hopefully you all like it too. I had to listen to this 3-4x while editing and the re-listening helped me, even with my little fucks up along the way.
I am so excited to share wisdom from the great Zen Buddhism monk and master Thich Nhat Hanh (lovingly called Thay, or teacher)! Born in 1926, his life has been a reflection of loving-kindness and mindful living. In preparing for this talk, I watched several YouTube videos he’s shared and used my notes to communicate some of the wisdom I found most potent. I hope you will be inspired to practice an exercise or two, and/or investigate his teachings further—they are transformational! Namasté. //Quick notes: Near the end of the recording, I noticed the time and rushed a little haha About collective consciousness, Thay teaches that an environment or fear or anger are forms of “nutrients” that we take in. So he encourages seeking peaceful places and communities to cultivate more love and peace. Second note: Just after that, I said that “humans don’t die,” and while that was a quote I’d heard from Thay, I meant to say, “The Being does not die” which is more true to me. Though these forms pass away, what we truly are cannot die because it is Unborn. Namasté. // SelenaSage.com // email: email@example.com // Fb+IG: Selena Sage - Author