1. Thich Nhat Hanh interview with Jo Confino, an executive editor of the Guardian


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    Moving beyond the idea of ‘environment’ and falling back in love with Mother Earth. Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh explains why mindfulness rather than economics is needed to protect nature and how a spiritual revolution is needed if civilization is to avoid being destroyed by climate change. Filmed on the 22nd of December 2011, in Plum Village, France.

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    • A Collective Awakening for the Future of Our Planet


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      December 6th, 2009 Plum Village, France Thich Nhat Hanh addresses the 2009 Parliament of World Religions in Melbourne, Australia. Celebrated poet, author and meditation teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh speaks on global issues of climate change, terrorism and violence, offering a path of practice and a vision for a collective awakening that can bring transformation and healing to ourselves and our planet.

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      • Thich Nhat Hanh - Steps of Mindful Breathing


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        This talk from Thay was given on Friday, September 10th 2010 on the third day of the Singapore retreat "The Art of Living Happily in the Here and Now"

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        • The Mindful Art of Thich Nhat Hanh


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          september 5, 2013, new york, ny – abc home, in partnership with blue cliff monastery, hosts Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh for the US premiere exhibition of Calligraphic Meditation: The Mindful Art of Thich Nhat Hanh. Watch an exclusive, intimate look at the evening and hear Thich Nhat Hanh's enlightened teachings on mindfulness.

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          • Original IndieGoGo Campaign Trailer - “THE SECRET OF THE 5 POWERS


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            THE SECRET OF THE 5 POWERS - (Our first trailer, All New Teaser trailer completed) 3 Superheroes of Peace use the 5 Powers of Faith, Diligence, Mindfulness, Concentration and Insight to change the course of history and inspire millions around the world. Planting seeds of peace in the deep mud of war. The documentary weaves powerfully illustrated comic book animation with contemporary and historic footage that follows the lives of Alfred Hassler, an American anti-war hero, Vietnamese peace activist Sister Chan Khong and Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, whom Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967. The film also reveals the story of the powerfully groundbreaking, yet mostly forgotten, 1958 Martin Luther King Jr "Montgomery Story" Comic Book.

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            • Wake Up Song - USA East Coast WKUP Tour


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              Footage from the Wake Up Tour USA East Coast (fall 2011) of the "Wake Up Song" by Joe Reily and Melina Bondy being sung at several universities. Produced | Directed by: Elli Weisbaum Cinematography | Editing by: Robert Walsh

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              • Thich Nhat Hanh - "L'oeil de compassion"


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                Thay a offert ce discours sur le Dharma le dimanche, 02 janvier 2011, dans la salle de méditation "l'Eau Tranquille" du Hameau du Haut, le Village des Pruniers, à 09h30 CET. Thay parle en français, avec traduction en anglais. Pour écouter uniquement le français, écouter uniquement à votre écouteur gauche, ou de régler la balance des haut-parleurs sur votre ordinateur à la gauche. "On sait comment embrasser la souffrance. On voit tout de suite que l'autre personne souffre aussi. Vous le comprendre. On regarde l'autre personne avec l'oeil de compassion. L'oeil de compassion existe en nous. On voit que l'autre personne est victime de sa propre souffrance. Il fait souffrir les autres. Et quand on voit cela, on n'a plus de colere." "Ecoutons les uns les autres. Soyons là les uns pour les autres. Cela est le bouddhisme appliqué." ----------------------------------------------------------------- Thich Nhat Hanh - "The Eye of Compassion" Thay offered this Dharma talk on Sunday, January 2nd, 2011, in the Stillwater Meditation Hall of the Upper Hamlet, Plum Village at 9:30 AM CET. In this talk Thay speaks in French. To listen only in English, listen only to your right earphone, or adjust the balance on your speakers to the right. "We know how to embrace suffering. We see immediately that the other person suffers too. You understand him or her. We see the other person with the eye of compassion. The eye of compassion exists within us. We see that the other person is a victim of his own suffering. He or she makes others suffer. And when we see that, we have no more anger. "Let us listen to each other. Let us be there for each other. This is applied Buddhism."

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                • The Goodness of Suffering


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                  This is the second talk from the fourth week of the Summer Opening Retreat, offered in ENglish on Saturday, July 28th, 2012, in the Upper Hamlet of Plum Village. 00:00 Title Screen 02:00 Monastic Chanting: Heart Sutra in French, Praising the Three Jewels 16:10 Three Bells 17:23 Introduction 17:45 Buddha in Stone, Buddha in Flesh 24:15 The Wisdom of Non-Discrimination 38:00 Drinking a Cloud 39:30 The Seed of Corn Transformed into a Plant of Corn 52:00 Mindful movement 01:00:00 The son in the father 01:05:00 No suffering no happiness 01:11:00 The practice is not to run away from suffering 01:19:10 The lotus flower cannot sprout on the marble 01:20:35 This is because that is 01:22:00 Below and upper 01:31:00 Exercises of mindful breathing 01: 47:10 No violence towards your anger 01:51:10 Bring cold air to your room 01:52:00 I take refuge in the sangha is a practice 01:55:20 The goodness of suffering

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                  • Cultivating wisdom, transforming "Mano"


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                    Dharma talk from Stonehill College during the U.S Tour 2009.

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