We are a circle of mindfulness, peaceful living, and meditation,
in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, the Vietnamese Zen Buddhist and Master, internationally known as author, poet and peace activitist.
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Come and share a wonderful time with monks and nuns from Plum Village - a unique opportunity!
Have you heard of Thich Nhat Hanh?
Are you interested in practicing mindfulness?
Are your looking for a mindful community?
Come and join us!
For the first time in decades, we will have a visit from Plum Village France in Denmark.
We are pleased to welcome you to a day in company with monks and nuns as well as members of the Danish sangha.
Thursday 18th of May: Walking tour at Eremitagesletten
OBS: IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO MEET US AT THE PARKING LOT AT EREMITAGE SLETTEN AT 11:00 - YOU CAN ALSOM MEET US THE EREMITAGE SLOTTET WHERE WE WILL BE HAVING LUNCH AT 13:00.
Friday 19th of May: City tour at Tivoli
Saturday 20th of May: Mindfulness day at the temple
SEE PROGRAM HERE
Donation by mobilepay:
Chua lieu Quan 749332 - Write: Plum Village
Every Sunday you can join a sangha meeting, either online or at:
Det åbne rum at Østerbro in Copenhagen.
We welcome and support anyone – irrespective of experience, Buddhist and non-Buddhist alike, who is willing to explore the power of mindfulness and is interested in mindful, wholesome, and peaceful living, as lined out by Thich Nhat Hanh.
Once a moth we welcome you to share a day of mindfulness at the Vietnamese Temple in Clostrup with brother Phap Thru who is a ordained munk from Plum Village.
Follow here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ThichNhatHanhCopenhagenSangha/
We are currently working towards expanding the awareness of Thich Nath Hanh in Denmark and welcome any contributions that may support us on the way.
Make a donation by mobilepay:
Chua lieu Quan 749332
Write: Plum Village
We welcome and support anyone irrespective of experience,
Buddhist and non-Buddhist alike, who is willing to explore the power of mindfulness and is interested in mindful, wholesome, and peaceful living, as lined out byThich Nhat Hanh