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No Mud, No Lotus The Secret To Happiness Is To Acknowledge And Transform Suffering, Not To Run Away From It In No Mud, No Lotus, Thich Nhat Hanh Offers Practices And Inspiration For Transforming Suffering And Finding True Joy Thich Nhat Hanh Acknowledges That Because Suffering Can Feel So Bad, We Try To Run Away From It Or Cover It Up By Consuming We Find Something To Eat Or Turn On The Television But Unless We Re Able To Face Our Suffering, We Can T Be Present And Available To Life, And Happiness Will Continue To Elude Us Nhat Hanh Shares How The Practices Of Stopping, Mindful Breathing, And Deep Concentration Can Generate The Energy Of Mindfulness Within Our Daily Lives With That Energy, We Can Embrace Pain And Calm It Down, Instantly Bringing A Measure Of Freedom And A Clearer Mind No Mud, No Lotus Introduces Ways To Be In Touch With Suffering Without Being Overwhelmed By It With His Signature Clarity And Sense Of Joy, Thich Nhat Hanh Helps Us Recognize The Wonders Inside Us And Around Us That We Tend To Take For Granted And Teaches Us The Art Of Happiness.


10 thoughts on “No Mud, No Lotus

  1. says:

    Here s the thing, if you have read any of Hanh s books, you have pretty much read them all He teaches the same few lessons in different and new ways This book focuses on suffering and the need to move through suffering, rather than avoiding it How mindfulness, letting go, simplicity, etc Basic Hanh teachings in each of his books This doesn t make it a bad book, in fact it is a very ...


  2. says:

    Such a short book, but it took me forever to read because there is so much to think about I m still trying to wrap my mind around everything I learned I don t feel like writing a huge review for this one, but it was a life ch...


  3. says:

    Thich Nhat Hanh has a very simple writing style, so it makes one feel as though the concepts he conveys are simple too In some ways, they are To paraphrase Be present, now, with your in breath and your out breath Bring your attention to this moment, and acknowledge what you feel If you suffer, recognize it Listen to your own suffering as deeply as you can Whatever the nature of your suffering it, by knowing it and embracing it, you can transform it into greater compassion Is someone you Thich Nhat Hanh has a very simple writing style, so it makes one feel as though the concepts he conveys are simple too In some ways, they are To paraphrase Be present, now, with your in breath and your out breath Bring your attention ...


  4. says:

    His books pretty much say the same thing, same message but in different contexts, and I love to hear it repeated over and over again Some people you like to hear for the spirit with which they communicate, regardless of getting so...


  5. says:

    This slim little book is huge with wisdom and and insight just what my heart needed.


  6. says:

    Dar viena knyga i mano pamiltos drobin s Tyto alba kolekcijos Dar iek tiek budistini tekst sielai ir protui pamaitinti Kur auga lotosai plona knygel , para yta budist vienuolio Thich Nhat Hanh, kuris aktyviai kovoja u taik , veda paskaitas apie tik jim , daug dirba su mon mis ir yra para s daugiau nei 100 knyg B tent i knyga kalba apie kan i Tiksliau apie tai kaip pamilti savo kan i , kaip su ja susigyventi ir galiausiai paversti d iaugsmu.Pagrindin knygos mintis yra ta, Dar viena knyga i mano pamiltos drobin s Tyto alba kolekcijos Dar iek tiek budistini tekst sielai ir protui pamaitinti Kur auga lotosai plona knygel , para yta budist vienuolio Thich Nhat Hanh, kuris aktyviai kovoja u taik , veda paskaitas apie tik jim , daug dirba su mon mis ir yra para s daugiau nei 100 knyg B tent i knyga kalba apie kan i Tiksliau apie tai kaip pamilti savo kan i , kaip su ja susigyventi ir galiausiai paversti d iaugsmu.Pagrindin knygos mintis yra ta, jog d iaugsmas kaip ir kair , de in vienas be kito b ti negali Ne inai kas yra kan ia niekad nepatirsi tikro d iaugsmo Vienuolis moko, jog ir kan ia yra dovan J reikia ne apeiti, vengti ar ignoruoti, o i gyventi ir priimti Ir angli kas knygos pavadinimas tikslesnis No mud, no lotus the art of transforming suffering N ra purvo, nebus ir lots ...


  7. says:

    No Mud, No Lotus The Art of Transforming Suffering is a book written by the Vietnamese monk and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh, which focuses on various aspects surrounding the concept of transforming suffering The meaning behind the title is that without mud, the beautiful lotus flower could not grow This is an analogy to life without suffering, there cannot be happiness The key is to develop a keen ability to transform one s own suffering, for which Hanh lays out a detailed plan with vario No Mud, No Lotus The Art of Transforming Suffering is a book written by the Vietnamese monk and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh, which focuses on various aspects surrounding the concept of transforming suffering The meaning behind the title is that without mud, the beautiful lotus flower could not grow This is an analogy to life without suffering, there cannot be happiness The key is to develop a keen ability to transform one s own suffering, for which Hanh lays out a detailed plan with various helpful techniques.In the very beginning of the book is a quote and approach which resonat...


  8. says:

    Great title Shame the content didn t live up to the promise Perhaps I m being a little harsh here but not everything can be fixed with breathing and mindfulness Or maybe I m just not doing it right.


  9. says:

    This is a distillation of teachings into very direct statements and recommendations As such, it s not all that great for reading but is fine as a reference book Excerpt The most effective way to show compassion to another is to listen, rather than talk You have an opportunity to practice deep, compassionate listening If you can listen to the other person with compassion, your listening is like a salve for her wound In the practice of compassionate listening, you listen with only one purpo This is a distillation of teachings into very direct statements and recommendations As such, it s not all that great for reading but is fine as a reference book Excerpt The mos...


  10. says:

    This is the 2nd book of Thich Nhat Hanh I have read Every time I read him, it s like someone is applying balm on my emotional pain His writing is so soothing.