1. Achtsamkeitsmeditation - Atem und Körper


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    Diese ca. 11-minütige Achtsamkeitsmeditation leitet Sie an, Ihre Aufmerksamkeit Ihrem Atem und Körper zu schenken. Die Sangha Würzburg wünscht Ihnen viel Freude und spannende Erfahrungen bei Ihrer Achtsamkeitspraxis. Gerne dürfen Sie dieses Video teilen und anderen Menschen damit ein Geschenk machen. Dieses Video ist ein Dharma-Geschenk und darf deshalb nur nicht-kommerziell genutzt werden. Sprecherin: Ingeborg Burckhardt Verarbeitung: Uwe Waldmann

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    • Q&A(子供たち)2012年、ティク・ナット・ハン


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      タイ(ティク・ナット・ハン/Thich Nhat Hanh)と 子供たちとの質疑応答(2012年イギリス・ノッティンガム) Thich Nhat Hanh retreat in UK 2012. Q&A with Children. Q.「ママが私より弟を可愛がるの」 Q.「人をわざと傷つけたことありますか?」 Q.「瞑想って大変だった?」 Q.「プラムヴィレッジてどんな所?」 Q.「タイも牛を持ってますか?」

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      • Mindfulness Bhutan Campaign


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        www.indiegogo.com/mindfulnessbhutan Short Summary Monastics from Plum Village and Lay practitioners from around the world, in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, have been invited to work with the Gross Natinoal Happiness Center (GNH Centre) in Bhutan to create workshops and programming for educators, youth and nuns during a tour of Bhutan in September of 2012. During the tour, workshops and activities will be offered free of charge, with the monastic and lay friends donating all of their time and energy. This opportunity will allow for a unique relationship to be developed between Plum Village's recent work in the field of mindfulness and education and the Bhutanese initiative of Gross National Happiness. What We Need: In order make it possible for the Plum Village delegation (both monastic and lay) to travel to Bhutan from the 19th-26th of September 2012, we need your financial support to cover the expenses for plane tickets, accommodation, food, transport and workshops space. Please help us make this vision a reality. Thank you for your support and generosity. The Impact: Both Plum Village and the GNH Centre share the common aspiration of creating living and learning communities that result in profound personal and societal innovation and transformation. This tour would provide an opportunity for an exchange of knowledge, supporting the growth and capacity of the GNH centre. There are several important groups that would be addressed on the tour, among them are: 1. Educators In order to implement GNH values (mindfulness, meditation and contemplation) in both formal and non-formal educational settings, professors, teachers and school administrators etc. need to be trained and provided with concrete tools that support the development of their own practice and their ability to bring these tools back to their students. 2. Youth Bhutan is in a phase of transition. Both the younger generation`s shift from the country to the city, and the introduction of international media, television and internet into Bhutan, provide unfavorable conditions for the young people`s cultivation of their spiritual and cultural roots. 3. Bhutanese Nuns In Bhutan, Buddhist nuns are facing a difficult situation. They cannot be fully ordained due to local tradition, have a very low educational level and suffer from gender discrimination, which leads to low self-esteem. They will benefit greatly from the example of educated, ordained nuns in the Plum Village tradition. Plum Village's Approach to Mindfulness & Education: Mindfulness is increasingly recognized as an essential support for students, teachers, school administrators and parents. With increasing interest and research being done by the international medical community that has provided scientific basis for these findings. Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh and the international Plum Village community have recognized the importance of creating sustainable and lasting programs in schools that support teachers, administrators and student’s happiness and harmonious well-being. The Plum Village community’s approach to creating Mindfulness-based Education programs in schools has three main areas of focus: Teacher/Administrator Training: This area focuses on assisting teachers/administrators to develop their own practice through workshops in schools and educators retreats providing them with nourishment and support, which they can bring back to their schools and classrooms. Classroom Content: In addition to teacher/administrator training, Plum Village seeks to provide teachers with activities and techniques to use directly in the classroom based on the core practices of Plum Village. Sangha/Community Building: Along with personal practice and classroom content Plum Village provides support and concrete approaches for building strong inclusive communities within schools with fellow teachers, administrators, parents and students. The History of "Gross National Happiness": The development philosophy, “Gross National Happiness (GNH) is more important than Gross Domestic Product (GDP)” was propounded by His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the Fourth King of the Buddhist Kingdom Bhutan in the early 1970s. GNH proposes a holistic and sustainable approach to development, which balances between material and non-material values, and has the conviction that development of a country must be human centered and manifest the conditions for happiness in all individuals. GNH directly addresses such global, national and mental challenges as climate change, pollution, stress-related diseases, entrenched poverty and insecurity, by pointing to non-material roots of well-being. It does this by integrating equitable and sustainable socio-economic development with environmental conservation, cultural promotion, and good governance In 2011 the Prime Minister of Bhutan initiated the creation of the GNH Centre in order to manifest, in living practice, the philosophic values of GNH. One of the centers mandates is to incorporate values of mindfulness into Bhutan's education system in order to give educators and students concrete tools to cultivate their own happiness. Without this kind of systemic change, the values of GNH will remain a philosophic ideal. Through its work in education, the GNH Centre hopes to permeate the daily lives of ordinary people, positively impacting communities, workplaces and families throughout the country of Bhutan. For more information please visit the following websites: Plum Village: www.plumvillage.org Bhutan Centre for Gross National Happiness: www.gnhcentrebhutan.org Wake Up Movement: www.wkup.org Thich Nhat Hanh Facebook: www.facebook.com/thichnhathanh Bhutan Centre for Gross National Happiness Facebook: www.facebook.com/GNHCentre The Bhutanese Government: "Wellbeing & Happiness, Defining A New Economic Paradigm": www.2apr.gov.bt Blog of Ha Vinh Tho PhD, Program Coordinator GNH Centre: http://havinhtho.blogspot.ca Centre for Bhutan Studies: www.bhutanstudies.org.bt Thanks for viewing our campaign! Please post our link on facebook, twitter, google+, and any other social media sites so that we can reach as many people as possible. With smiles of graditude, The Mindfulness Bhutan Fundraising Team www.indiegogo.com/mindfulnessbhutan

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        • What Love Looks Like To Me


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          With the simple but profound wisdom of Thich Nhat Hanh's narration, visual artist Jason Alan Miller portrays the energetic feeling tone of love and compassion. Jason is the co-founder of a blogging community whose members have each made a commitment to study and write about living compassionately for 40 days. Some days are tougher than others, but each step along the way provides an opportunity for a deeper understanding of highly regarded virtue. New contributors are welcome to join the journey! Visit www.40daysofcompassion.com | the passionate pursuit of unity Created by http://www.peacefulmedia.com and www.millertainment.com

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          • The River of Mind


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            'This is the second Dharma talk offered by Thay in the Together We Are One Retreat at Deer Park Monastery on the North American Tour, given on Thursday, September 8th, 2011. Thay shares with us the about the practice of looking deeply into the river of the mind, using the exercises from the Mindfulness of Breathing Sutra. As a practitioner we know how to practice selective watering of the seeds in our consciousness. Life is impossible without impermanence. Without impermanence a grain of corn can never become a plant of corn, and your little baby can never become a little girl. So impermanence is the nature of things. Your love is also impermanent. If you do not know how to take care of your love, your love will die. Things are impermanent; because we believe things to be impermanent we suffer. We can use impermanence to get out of anger. To get out of your anger, you can close your eyes and visualize the other person in 300 years. What will they become? Ash. And you too. It may take only 3-5 seconds for you to touch impermanence. That way you can see that it is not wise to let anger overwhelm you like that. Thay finishes the talk with the teaching on the Three Doors of Liberation: 1) emptiness, 2) signlessness, 3) aimlessness.'

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            • THE END OF SUFFERING ~ Thich Nhat Hanh (In Honor of Japan)


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              To the Beautiful and Gracious People of Japan, I hope the living are safe. I hope the missing are found. I hope all departed souls are at peace. Stay strong Japan! The Vietnamese Buddhist master Thich Nhat Hahn, invites the bell to sound with these words: "May the sound of the bell penetrate deep into the cosmos. Even in the darkest spots living beings are able to hear it clearly. So that all suffering in them cease. Understanding comes to their heart, and they transcend the path of sorrow and death." "The universal dharma door is already open; the sound of the rising tide is already heard clearly. The miracle happens. A beautiful child appears in the heart of the lotus flower. One single drop of this compassionate water is enough to bring back the refreshing spring to our mountains and rivers." "Listening to the bell I feel the afflictions in me dissolve. My mind is calm, my body relaxed. A smile is born on my lips. Following the sound of the bell, my breath brings me back to the safe island of mindfulness. In the garden of my heart, the flowers of peace bloom beautifully." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh. Graceful Passages is a compilation of music paired with spoken messages about loss and dying from 12 of the world's most profound wisdom keepers-- Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Thich Nhat Hanh, The Rev. Alan Jones, Elisabeth Kubler- Ross, and Ram Dass, among others. You can read more about Graceful Passages at http://www.wisdomoftheworld.com Question: Why does humanity that is surrounded by such beauty create a world of suffering and destruction? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY1HzTZ36cw Video created by: AmbrielCharm

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              • Planting Seeds of Mindfulness / Mixed Media Film Clip / Pebble Meditation


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                Clip from 2015 release of the mixed media version of Planting Seeds of Mindfulness. www.mindfulcloud.com

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                • Anger - Planting Seeds Documentary


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                  • 1997-11-06: Thich Nhat Hanh - Teachings on Buddhist Psychology


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                    Thich Nhat Hanh's Teachings on Buddhist Psychology in the Nov 2- 9, 1997 Retreat at Key West, Florida, USA Day 5 : Nov. 6, 1997

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                    • Thich Nhat Hanh preview


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