Meditation Guide of Thich Nhat Hanh The Blooming of a Lotus Revised and Expanded – Buddhistdoor Global

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Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh’s timeless text on mindfulness meditation, The blooming of a lotus, is republished in a new expanded and revised edition that offers additional exercises for practicing mindfulness meditation.

“In this revised edition of The blooming of a lotusone of the world’s leading meditation teachers offers an expanded collection of exercises for practicing mindfulness meditation that will bring new and experienced practitioners closer to their bodies, inner selves, families and the world,” said said the Beacon Press publisher. in an ad.

Blooming a Lotus: Essential Guided Meditations for Mindfulness, Healing and Transformationwill be released on February 15 in ebook format, with a paper version in June.

Thich Nhat Hanh, one of the most revered contemporary Dharma teachers and founder of the Plum Village Committed Buddhism community, is the author of over 130 books, including over 100 titles published in English. Among them: The Miracle of Mindfulness; Be free where you are; The art of living; No mud, no lotus; interbeing; You are the; How to love; and The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching.

The blooming of a lotus includes guided meditation exercises that cover the four foundations of mindfulness: body, feelings, mind, and mental processes. The book represents a collection of exercises that are not meant to be simply read, but to be incorporated into one’s meditation practice to unify breath, body, heart and mind:

• A grounded introduction that provides readers with an immersive understanding of mindfulness and includes tips on how to use this book for mindful meditative practice

• A new chapter of thirty guided meditations from Thich Nhat Hanh’s three-month rains retreat, which guide readers to silent meditation rooted in guided mindfulness

• A new organization that groups the meditations thematically, focusing on our relationship with the body, with feelings and emotions, with the existential commitment to self and to others, and with the environment we share with things living and non-living.

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“Compassionate and wise, Thich Nhat Hanh’s healing words help us recognize and dissolve anger and separation, illuminating the path to the miracle of mindfulness,” the editor noted. (Press Tag)

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Beacon Press is a nonprofit book publisher based in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1854 and a division of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Beacon Press is known for publishing works on religion, philosophy, history, and social activism by thought leaders such as James Baldwin, Viktor FrankMartin Luther King Jr. and Donald S. Lopez:

“Our books often change the way readers think about core issues; they promote values ​​such as freedom of expression and thought; diversity, religious pluralism and anti-racism; and respect for diversity in all areas of life. (Press Tag)

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