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The Miracle of Mindfulness: A Manual on Meditation by Hanh, Thich Nhat (4/5/1996)

July 12, 2017 - Comment

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alaska says:

fantastic intro to meditation and Zen Buddhism With how widespread Thích Nhất Hạnh’s name is in the new age world, I completely misunderstood who he was and what he taught. Hanh’s Miracle of Mindfulness is a series of translated letters from 1968 — written while exiled from Vietnam — instructing young monks overseas on meditation. His ‘mindfulness’ isn’t the confusing buzzword it is today, but simply a way to inch towards the Buddhist idea of enlightenment. 

mrs softee says:

A Book That Will Literally Transform Your Life! This book literally changed my life. As a sufferer of Crohn’s Disease, which is severely aggravated by negative stress, I was in desperate need of an effective form of handling life’s stressors. This book did that and more. I have become more aware of myself, my surroundings, my physical, spiritual, and emotional needs, and have learned how to meet those needs. Simply reading the words even creates a calm psyche. If you’re looking for self-improvement (and who isn’t?), please read this book…

Jeffrey says:

Live in the Present I presently suffer from chronic stress over my financial situation, my career (or lack thereof), my age, etc…..I’m constantly either lamenting the choices I made in the past or fearing the future. Early on in this book, the Thich Nhat Hanh makes the point that when you live in the past and in the future, you lose the present, and therefore, that you’re not really living. From Chapter 1 forward, there are exercises to help you live in a state of mindfulness…to live in the present moment…

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