Thich Nhat Hanh

  • Ce livre est à la base de l'enseignement divulgué par Thich Nhat Hanh. Il plaide pour la capacité à vivre dans l'instant, en intégrant les aspects de notre personnalité qui nous paraissent les plus inachevés, nos défauts, nos émotions, nos colères, nos frustrations. L'auteur nous propose ici des moyens clairs pour se réconcilier avec soi-même et avec autrui, pour se reconstruire et faire émerger un nouvel esprit communautaire. Bien qu' issus du bouddhisme, ses préceptes s'adaptent à toute autre tradition religieuse comme à des concepts de vie laïcs.

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    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Rider
    • 7 Juillet 2016

    How to Love is part of a charming series of books from Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, exploring the essential foundations of mindful meditation and practise.

    How to Love shows that when we feel closer to our loved ones, we are also more connected to the world as a whole. Nhat Hanh brings his signature clarity, compassion and humour to the thorny question of how to love and distils one of our strongest emotions down to four essentials: you can only love another when you feel true love for yourself; love is understanding; understanding brings compassion; and deep listening and loving speech are key ways of showing our love.

  • L'esprit de l'amour

    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Lattes
    • 14 Mai 1997

    Pour la première fois, un moine, un grand maître zen, raconte, d'une manière merveilleuse et profondément émouvante, l'histoire de l'amour qui l'a lié à une jeune religieuse au viêt-nam.
    Thich nhat hanh en profite pour parler de l'amour infini, des grands soutras du boudhisme mahayana, de la présence sensuelle au monde, du détachement des notions et des dogmes, du vide, du soi et du non-soi, de l'interconnexion profonde qui régit toutes choses.
    Ce texte libre, poétique et inspiré donne une image vibrante du bouddhisme. beaucoup le considèrent comme le plus beau des livres de thich nhat hanh.

    Son action, son courage, l'amour de son peuple ont fait que martin luther king a proposé le véritable thich nhat hanh pour le prix nobel de la paix en 1967. réfugié politique en france depuis 1972, il anime chaque été, au village des pruniers, en dordogne, des séminaires qui réunissent des centaines de participants venus du monde entier. les ouvrages de thich nhat hanh connaissent aujourd'hui un succès mondial.


    ''One of the most influential spiritual leaders of our times'' Oprah Essential life lessons from the world''s most famous monk. Through a beautiful collection of autobiographical stories and teachings, At Home in the World tells the remarkable life of the beloved Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh. With his signature clarity and warmth, he shares tales from his childhood in rural Vietnam through to his travels teaching the world the art of mindfulness. ''Thich Nhat Hanh shows us the connection between personal inner peace and peace on earth'' The Dalai Lama ''Thich Nhat Hanh does not merely teach peace; Thich Nhat Hanh is peace'' Elizabeth Gilbert


    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Paral
    • 6 Octobre 2020

    Being Peace is a timeless and eloquent introduction t Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh and his most important teachings. First published in 1987 and translated into more than thirty languages, this spiritual classic reveals the connection between our own personal happiness and the state of the world around us. Thich Nhat Hanh's key practices are resented in simple and clear language, offering practical suggestions for how to create a more peaceful world "right in the moment we are alive." Being Peace is a must-have for those interested in Buddhist practice and a perfect starting point for anyone concerned about how to create peace in themselves and the world.


    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Harper collins usa
    • 13 Novembre 2012

    In this timeless parable about the first Buddhist nun, renowned teacher Thich Nhat Hanh explores the four key aspects of love: benevolence, compassion, joy, and freedom. Born to an aristocratic family in rural Vietnam, Kinh Tam was drawn to the teachings of Buddha and yearned to lead a monastic life. But Buddhism was a new religion and convents for women did not yet exist. So, disguising herself as a man, she became a monk. Kinh Tam's identity remained hidden until a local girl, not knowing her secret, accused the novice monk of impregnating her and forced Kinh Tam to make a choice that would alter the rest of her life. The Novice combines masterly storytelling with an important lesson about the beauty of true compassion. Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist Zen Master, poet, scholar and peace activist. During the war in Vietnam, he worked for reconciliation between North and South Vietnam. His efforts moved Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967. Thich Nhat Hanh is the author of many books, including Peace is Every Step and Anger. He lives in France. Visit the author at 'Thich Nhat Hanh is a holy man, for he is humble and devout.' - Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • In troubled times, there is an urgency to understand ourselves and our world. We have so many questions, and they tug at us night and day, consciously and unconsciously. In this important volume Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh----one of the most revered spiritual leaders in the world today----reveals an art of living in mindfulness that helps us answer life's deepest questions and experience the happiness and freedom we desire. Thich Nhat Hanh presents, for the first time, seven transformative meditations that open up new perspectives on our lives, our relationships and our interconnectedness with the world around us. Based on the last full talks before his sudden hospitalization, and drawing on intimate examples from his own life, Thich Nhat Hanh shows us how these seven meditations can free us to live a happy, peaceful and active life, and face aging and dying with curiosity and joy and without fear. Containing the essence of the Buddha's teachings and Thich Nhat Hanh's poignant, timeless, and clarifying prose, The Art of Living provides a spiritual dimension to our lives. This is not an effort to escape life or to dwell in a place of bliss outside of this world. Instead, this path will allow us to discover where we come from and where we are going. And most of all, it will generate happiness, understanding, and love, so we can live deeply in each moment of our life, right where we are.


    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Paral
    • 1 Août 2014

    How to Eat is part of the Mindfulness Essentials Series by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, illuminating the basics of mindfulness practice. These short meditations cover everything from eating with others and enjoying our food to connecting with the Earth. Nhat Hanh inspires a joyful and sustainable relationship with all aspects of eating, including gardening, food shopping, preparing, serving, and even cleaning up after a meal. How to Eat is a welcome reminder that the benefits of mindful eating are both personal and global. With sumi ink drawings by Jason DeAntonis.


    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Paral
    • 9 Septembre 2006

    The Diamond Sutra, a mainstay of the Mahayana tradition, has fascinated Buddhists for centuries because of its insights into dualism and illusion: the "diamond" can cut through any obstacle on the road to enlightenment. In the Diamond Sutra, the Buddha responds to a disciple's question about how to become a Buddha. The Diamond that Cuts Through Illusion presents a dialogue between the Buddha and his disciple, Subhuti, which illuminates how our minds construct limited categories of thought. The answer: we must move beyond personal enlightenment to follow the path of the Bodhisattvas, fully enlightened beings who postpone Nirvana in order to alleviate the suffering of others. It offers us alternative ways to look at the world in its wholeness so we can encounter a deeper reality; develop reverence for the environment and more harmonious communities, families, and relationships; and act in the world skillfully and effectively. This revised edition includes Thich Nhat Hanh's translation of the Sutra from the Chinese and, in his commentaries, his own diamond sharp insight, including new work on the environmental implications of the Diamond Sutra. A beautiful edition of one of Buddhism's central texts.

  • "The clear, still mind of this meditation teacher gives rise to piercing images time and time again. Nhat Hanh seems an inherently skilled poet.It is these poetic works,more than his essays or lectures, that show Thich Nhat Hanh clearly to be a Zen mystic". San Francisco Chronicle, "Thich Nhat Hanh's poems have an almost uncanny power to disarm delusion, awaken compassion, and carry the mind into the immediate presence of meditation. Thich Nhat Hanh writes with the voice of the Buddha". - Sogyal Rinpoche .

  • This Plum Village Chanting and Recitation Book is a most valuable resource for anyone interested in liturgy and everyone who just wants to celebrate life and practice the art of mindful living. It contains chants and recitations for daily spiritual practice and for such occasions as blessing a meal, celebrating a wedding, comforting the sick and remembering the deceased. Also included are more than twenty discourses comprising some of the most fundamental teachings of the Buddha and his enlightened students, including the Heart Sutra, The discourse on the Mindfulness of Breathing, the Discourse on Happiness, the Discourse on Taking Refuge in Oneself and the Discourse on Love. Many of the chants include sheet music. An unprecedented collection of traditional and contemporary Buddhist chants, recitations, and ceremonial texts for daily spiritual practice when first published in the Fall of 2000, this new paperback edition was completely revised in Plum Village, Thich Nhat Hanh's practice center in France. Plum Village Chanting and Recitation Book is the quintessential resource and reference book for Buddhist practitioners on any level of experience, and for anyone who wants to celebrate life and practice the art of mindful living.


    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Rider
    • 2 Mai 1996

    Budda and Jesus Christ, perhaps the two most pivotal figures in the history of humankind, each left behind a legacy of teachings and practices that have shaped the lives of billions of people over the course of two millennia. If they were to meet on the road today, what would each think of the other's spiritual views and practices? Thich Nhat Hanh has been part of a decades-long dialogue between the two greatest living contemplative traditions, and brings to Christianity an appreciation of its beauty that could be conveyed only by an outsider. In a lucid, meditative prose, he explores the crossroads of compassion and holiness at which Buddhism and Christianity meet, and reawakens our understanding of both.

  • In this beautiful and lucid guide, Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh offers gentle anecdotes and practical exercise as a means of learning the skills of mindfulness--being awake and fully aware. From washing the dishes to answering the phone to peeling an orange, he reminds us that each moment holds within it an opportunity to work toward greater self-understanding and peacefulness.


    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Paral
    • 30 Avril 1987

    Old Path White Clouds presents the life and teachings of Gautama Buddha. Drawn directly from 24 Pali, Sanskrit, and Chinese sources, and retold by Thich Nhat Hanh in his inimitably beautiful style, this book traces the Buddha's life slowly and gently over the course of 80 years, partly through the eyes of Svasti, the buffalo boy, and partly through the yes of the Buddha himself. Old Path White Clouds is destined to become a classic of religious literature. "I have not avoided including the various difficulties the Buddha encountered, both from his own disciples and in relation to the wider society. If the Buddha appears in this book as a man close to us, it is partly due to recounting such difficulties." - from the author's Afterword.

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    Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Rider
    • 17 Mai 2022

    Born in Hue, Vietnam, Thich Nhat Hanh is a Buddhist Zen Master, poet, scholar and human rights activist. In 1967, he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Martin Luther King. He founded the Van Hanh Buddhist University in Saigon, the School of Youth and Social Service and the Plum Village Buddhist community and meditation centre in France, where he lived for many years. He is the author of many acclaimed books including Peace is Every Step , Old Path White Clouds and Fear , which have sold millions of copies around the world. He lives at the Tu Hieu Temple in Vietnam where he was first ordained when he was sixteen years old.>

  • En rien un essai abstrait, Clés pour le Zen est un texte vibrant, profond, simple qui nous expose tout le mystère du Zen avec la pédagogie, la grâce, le parfum inhérents au grand maître qu'est Thich Nhat Hanh.
    Plutôt que de théoriser, ce livre nous apprend comment vivre le Zen dans la réalité, rejoignant par là l'injonction du Premier Patriarche Bodhidharma : " Une transmission indépendante des écritures, qui ne se fonde ni sur les mots, ni sur les lettres, et qui touche directement au Coeur de la Réalité afin que nous puissions voir dans notre propre nature et nous éveiller." Le point central en est l'accès à la Pleine Conscience qui nous permet de trouver l'absolu au sein de la présence au monde. Nous possédons tous la nature de Bouddha. Il suffit pour la toucher de regarder en soi-même en abandonnant toute recherche extérieure. Libérés des dogmes, des croyances et des notions, le Zen nous propose une communication directe avec notre nature absolue.
    La dernière partie du livre présent cinquante-trois kong-an du maître vietnamien du XIIIe siècle, Tran Thài Tong.
    Le Vénérable Thich Nhat Hanh est un maître bouddhiste vietnamien. Son action, son courage, l'amour de son peuple l'ont fait proposer, par Martin Luther King, pour le prix Nobel de la paix en 1967. Réfugié politique en France depuis 1972, il anime chaque été, au "Village des Pruniers" en Dordogne, des séminaires réunissant des centaines de participants venus du monde entier. Les ouvrages de Thich Nhat Hanh connaissent aujourd'hui un succès mondial.

  • Qui a dit que méditer, c'était rester assis ? Méditer, c'est aussi se lever, explorer ses sensations et se sentir à l'aise dans son corps. Pour cela, il faut bouger !

    Thich Nhat Hanh propose dix exercices, pour tester ses appuis, s'étirer, tenir en équilibre, travailler sa respiration... pour un corps en pleine forme et un esprit curieux, attentif à chaque mouvement. Car, lorsqu'on vit l'instant présent et qu'on fait la paix en soi, il est plus facile d'être en paix avec le monde qui nous entoure.

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  • Le calme au creux de la main... Quatre galets pour apaiser et cultiver la confiance en soi.

    Thich Nhat Hanh propose une initiation intuitive et ludique à la méditation. Quatre petits cailloux représentent quatre qualités humaines : la fraîcheur, la solidité, le calme et la liberté. En les imaginant, en les dessinant, en les tenant dans la main, l'enfant apprend à écouter ses sensations et ses émotions, à se rapprocher de la nature, à nourrir sa gratitude et à renforcer sa présence au monde.

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  • Bouddha et jesus sont des freres

    Nhat Hanh Thich

    • Pocket
    • 3 Octobre 2002

    Ce livre est une invitation spirituelle pour approfondir les traditions chrétiennes et bouddhistes.
    Découvrir qu'elles ne s'opposent pas mais se complètent et s'éclairent, tout en préservant leur originalité. ce texte de sagesse de thich nhat hanh ravive les enseignements originels de jésus et de bouddha et démontre la relation profonde, la convergence de concepts comme l'esprit-saint, ou la compassion. pas de discours théologique chez thich nhat hanh, mais une démonstration simple et vivante qui repère, à travers les enseignements de jésus et de bouddha, le chemin d'une véritable transformation intérieure.
    Ce livre nous fait entrevoir une voie pour un retour sur nous-même afin de raviver notre propre spiritualité.

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  • Chants du coeur

    Hanh Thich Nhat

    • Sully
    • 4 Mai 2009

    Né au Vietnam en 1926, le Maître zen Thich Nhât Hanh rejoignit la voie monastique à l'âge de 16 ans, dans la tradition du Bouddhisme Mahayana. Maîtrisant parfaitement aussi bien les enseignements de la tradition du Bouddhisme du Nord que ceux du Bouddhisme du Sud, ce grand érudit mondialement reconnu a fait une étude comparative des soutras dans le trésor du Canon chinois et du Canon pali pendant de nombreuses années. Empli de compassion pour la souffrance dans notre monde actuel, il a fait une sélection de soutras appartenant aux deux traditions : le Bouddhisme originel et le Mahayana, non pour satisfaire notre connaissance, mais pour nous aider à voir comment transformer notre souffrance dans la vie quotidienne. Dans cette sélection originale, vous trouverez certains soutras qui ne sont ni chantés ni connus dans d'autres monastères.

    Vous tenez entre vos mains un livre très précieux : celui des Trois Joyaux.

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  • Ce monde est tout ce que nous avons

    Hanh Thich-Nhat

    • Courrier du livre
    • 27 Septembre 2010

    À 80 ans, l'infatigable moine bouddhiste Thich Nhat Hanh continue de nous livrer son enseignement, atemporel et universel.

    Respecter la nature et les hommes, entretenir des relations de paix et de sérénité, s'engager sur la voie de l'équilibre et de l'harmonie, se libérer des entraves du mental, tels sont les principaux préceptes qui s'en dégagent. Un livre à la tonalité poétique, vibrant d'humilité, de perspicacité et de sincérité.

    Ce monde est tout ce que nous avons présente la quintessence de l'enseignement de Thich Nhat Hanh Des conseils pratiques pour transformer sa souffrance en paix intérieure.