Thich Nhat Hanh- Mindful Movements


Author: Thich Nhat Hanh When you calm your body and your emotions, teaches Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, you restore yourself, and you restore peace to the world around you. On mindful movements, this renowned teacher of mindfulness meditation guides you through a series of gentle exercises created specifically to cultivate a joyful awareness of the body and breath. Learn More: www.soundstrue.com

25 thoughts on “Thich Nhat Hanh- Mindful Movements

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  2. Tai Chi Chuan is similar except that Tai Chi movements are more complex.

    Qi gong variations are also similar.

  3. This is wonderful for my daughter and mother who complain about exercise.
    This is art!

  4. watched a doc about him in a class recently…everyone watched and listened quietly, and, we all departed quite content. thanks for posting this…ever mindful.

  5. Thich nhat Hanh is just a propaganda tool for the communist regime in Vietnam. A leader of anti-war movement in Vietnam war, he turned a blind eye to Hue massacre of 5,000 civilians by Vietcong in 1968 and Vietnam invasion and occupation of Cambodia in 1978. In 2005 and 2007 he returned to Vietnam to help the communist regime to improve its bad image for human rights violations and religious oppression so that Vietnam could gain permanent normal trade status with the US.

  6. Thich nhat Hanh is just a propaganda tool for the communist regime in Vietnam. A leader of anti-war movement in Vietnam war, he turned a blind eye to Hue massacre of 5,000 civilians by Vietcong in 1968 and Vietnam invasion and occupation of Cambodia in 1978. In 2005 and 2007 he returned to Vietnam to help the communist regime to improve its bad image for human rights violations and religious oppression so that Vietnam could gain permanent normal trade status with the US.

  7. The secret is to concentrate on the present.
    The very moment you think about what you have to do or how much money you need to buy that new car you’ve lost contact with the present.

  8. Thich Nhat Hanh be fooled by communist Vietnam!!!

    In 2005 and 2007 Thich Nhat Hanh returned to Vietnam to help the communist regime to improve its bad image for religious oppression. In exchange, the communists promised to allow him to practice religion in Vietnam and establish Bat Nha monastery. But in September 2009, Vietnamese authorities launched a violent crackdown on his followers at the monastery, fearing his popularity among the youth could pose a threat to the communist leadership.

  9. HELP BAT NHA MONASTERY!!!

    (Vietnam) Dec 17, 2009

    About 380 young monks and nuns who are followers of Buddhist leader Thich Nhat Hanh, have called on the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, to grant them temporary asylum, after they were forced to flee Bat Nha monastery and repeatedly attacked by vigilantes allegedly hired by the Vietnamese authorities. They say the government regards their leader as a threat to its authority due to his fast-growing popularity among the youth.

  10. Thich nhat Hanh is just a propaganda tool for the communist regime in Vietnam. A leader of anti-war movement in Vietnam war, he turned a blind eye to Hue massacre of 5,000 civilians by Vietcong in 1968 and Vietnam invasion and occupation of Cambodia in 1978. In 2005 and 2007, he returned to Vietnam to help the communist regime to improve its bad image for human rights violations and religious oppression so that Vietnam could gain permanent normal trade status with the US and enter WTO.

  11. mindfulness is the energy of awareness… and is guided by appreciation of each moment’s offerings to us.

  12. If you want to meditate you can be in what is the easiest position for you. It deesn’t meen you always need to be sit and folded your legs together, but you can meditate while you are walking. Meditation means taking and keeping your mind in one and only cause. I believe this will help. The cause may be your breath, you can concentrate on your breating, for constructive ideas and understanding the facts governing yourself and world, etc, etc. There is lot behind, I hope this will help you.

  13. You are most welcome. Please look forward to “boring” parts. Those usually indicate you are approaching a doorway, which you’ll only know after each time you’ve passed thru. Savor the boredom parts as yet another phenomenon to really take a “look” at: just what is this “mind” that gets “bored”? Or is it something else getting bored?

    Just what IS the mind DOING, anyway??? 8^P

  14. Thank-you, I have bought the DVD and will try these as an exercise. I hope to get some peace from it. I don’t expect it to untie my emotional knots.

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