Author: Bernard Baudouin-Céline Chadelat

Published: 10.2016

288 pages

Thich Nhat Hanh: The Master Of Full Consciousness

The author of over 50 essays, including The Miracle of Mindfulness, this renowned Zen master also is a poet and a peace activist. This is the first biography of one of the brightest Buddhist minds of our time. Born on 11th October 1926 in Hué (Vietnam), Thich is ordained «thay» (monk) at 23. As of 1963, he fights against Vietnam War, travelling through United States, Europe, Asia.

His peaceful struggle will make him Martin Luther King’s choice for the 1967 Nobel Peace Prize. Thich Nhat Hahn teaches the art of fully-living and emphasizes watchfulness and attention. He lives in Buddhist Center of Plum Village, in Thénac (Dordogne), which he launched in 1982, in order to deliver his teachings to the world. He celebrates his 90th birthday in october 2016.

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