❄ Silence: The Power of Quiet in a World Full of Noise kindle Epub ❦ Author Thich Nhat Hanh – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Silence: The Power of Quiet in a World Full of Noise

  1. says:

    Powerful Life changing.My favorite of all the Thich Nhat Hanh work I have read.3 mindful breaths truly can change everything.I recommend this highly to anyone who is sick and tired of being sick and tired unfulfilled, stuck, apart from their true nature.


  2. says:

    I adore Thich Nhat Hanh and have read 13 of his books, with The Art of Communicating as my favorite, followed by Fear and Reconciliation One thing to know about his books is that he frequently uses the same material in multiple books, told in slightly different ways These anecdotes and the related bits of wisdom are combined to form a rough narrative around the topic e.g Fidelity has a lot in common with The Art of Communicating and True Love , though The Art of Communicating is a mu I adore Thich Nhat Hanh and have read 13 of his books, with The Art of Communicating as my favorite, followed by Fear and Reconciliation One thing to know about his books is that he frequently uses the same material in multiple books, told in slightly different ways These anecdotes and the related bits of wisdom are combined to form a rough narrative around the topic e.g Fidelity has a lot in common with The Art of Communicating and True Love , though The Art of Communicating is a much better book The same for Fear and Anger a lot of material in common, but Fear is presented with a much better narrative, acohesive flow, and better editing.This book is ok, but I d suggest reading any of his other books on mindfulness instead Peace is Every Step would be a much better choice


  3. says:

    If your dreams aren t coming true, you might think that you need to do , or think and strategizeIn fact, what you might need is less noise coming from inside and outside Silence is a kind of magic formula that helps cultivate deep listening and mindfulness, transforming a situation and our lives on a breath So much to love about this book.


  4. says:

    Thich Nhat Hanh s Silence is subtitled The Power of Quiet in a World Full of Noise Just reading this book reminded me of the importance of taking time to sit in silence and stillness, and so I did.


  5. says:

    This really gets at a lot of what I ve been mulling over and moving my life toward during this pandemic.


  6. says:

    Is it oddly ironic that I opted to listen to an audiobook recording of a book titled Silence The Power of Quiet in a World Full of Noise Regardless, Thich Nhat Hanh confirms what I was already aware of, but too hooked to let go of, and that is the fact that we as individuals and as a society are perpetually inundated by noise Not just sound, but the head traffic of texts, emails, social media, alerts and reminders, andWe re approaching a point when we are incapable of being c Is it oddly ironic that I opted to listen to an audiobook recording of a book titled Silence The Power of Quiet in a World Full of Noise Regardless, Thich Nhat Hanh confirms what I was already aware of, but too hooked to let go of, and that is the fact that we as individuals and as a society are perpetually inundated by noise Not just sound, but the head traffic of texts, emails, social media, alerts and reminders, andWe re approaching a point when we are incapable of being comfortable with the notion of pure silence, nowagitated by the absence of noise than the presence of it This book serves as a gentle and positive reminder that silence is always available to us, and our best opportunity for reconnecting with True North, with a sense of sanity and goodness, is to unplug and be fully present The book is not just for Buddhist practitioners, by any means Like much of Thay s work, it is designed for you to apply to any spiritual journey, or the lack of one It s just a guidebook for embracing the discomfort of silence, so that it no longer remains uncomfortable So that we can clear our minds and liberate ourselves from the distractions and detours that we allow and are imposed upon us.It s a book that will make you want to experience a meal without the distraction of your favorite magazine or Facebook on your phone It ll make you want to take a walk in nature without your iPod, and perhaps devote one full day or at least a few hours each week to Noble Silence, a practice which allows you to drop the shackles of society and social behaviors and just be present with yourself and the natural sounds around you, rather than the veneer of protection that our chosen distractions and noises so often represent This is an invitation to restore a bit of sanity into our 21st century lives I hope to accept that invitation


  7. says:

    Mindfulness but with examples and exercises from a man that exudes peace through the paper


  8. says:

    This is the first book by Thich Nhat Hanh that I have read, although I have followed his teachings for many years It is a lovely read and very thought provoking, I ve learnt a couple of new things regarding my mindfulness practices, which have been very helpful, particularly regarding the island of self Also, to find moments of mindfulness in everyday tasks such as brushing your teeth and making tea I had not thought of this before His thoughts on suffering, have reminded me about the import This is the first book by Thich Nhat Hanh that I have read, although I have followed his teachings for many years It is a lovely read and very thought provoking, I ve learnt a couple of new things regarding my mindfulness practices, which have been very helpful, particularly regarding the island of self Also, to find moments of mindfulness in everyday tasks such as brushing your teeth and making tea I had not thought of this before His thoughts on suffering, have reminded me about the importance that if someone is cruel to you, it is because they are suffering, and I already know that the natural condition of life is suffering through my own life experiences and Buddhist teachings that I have studied, but Thich again brings new insights into suffering, which I have found very interesting I will definitely be reading his other books, my next one will be The art of communicating


  9. says:

    I highly recommend this book for anyone overwhelmed with their busy life and wanting a way to increase mindfulness in a practical manner It s written with such a simple, easy, manner that it s not only a joy to read but gives you ways to incorporate mindful practice into a busy lifestyle Thich Nhat Hanh clearly understands how a lot of us move through life so quickly, always thinking about what happened in the past or what needs to happen in the future that we fail to enjoy the present moment I highly recommend this book for anyone overwhelmed with their busy life and wanting a way to increase mindfulness in a practical manner It s written with such a simple, easy, manner that it s not only a joy to read but gives you ways to incorporate mindful practice into a busy lifestyle Thich Nhat Hanh clearly understands how a lot of us move through life so quickly, always thinking about what happened in the past or what needs to happen in the future that we fail to enjoy the present moment There are great suggestions for practicing mindfulness in small increments which I found wonderful With my busy life, trying to find time to meditate is overwhelming This book gave me great perspective and awareness


  10. says:

    Thank you Thay for continuing to teach me for all these years One day, perhaps, I ll get there Because of you, I keep trying No one has taught meabout love, peace, mindfulnesstrue spirituality.