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Sister Chan Khong

Sister Chân Không (birth name Cao Ngoc Phuong) was born in a village on the Mekong River Delta in 1938. She has devoted her life to the development and practice of nonviolence grounded in the Buddhist precepts of non-killing and compassionate action. She is part of the community of Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and lives in Plum Village, France.

  • Beginning Anew

    Four Steps to Restoring Communication

    In Beginning Anew, Sister Chân Không shares a concrete, four-part process that can help anyone clear up misunderstandings, communicate more honestly and openly with the people around them, and heal...

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  • Learning True Love

    Practicing Buddhism in a Time of War

    In January of 2005, after nearly 40 years in exile, Sister Chân Không was able to return on a 3-month visit to Vietnam. In this fully revised edition of Learning...

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  • Deep Relaxation

    Coming Home to Your Body

    For nearly 30 years Sister Chan Khong’s Deep Relaxation practice has been a highlight for thousands of people who have attended Order of Interbeing Buddhist retreats. With Deep Relaxation the...

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Articles in The Mindfulness Bell

From Sister Chan Khong

Editor's Note: In the following two letters, Sister Chan Khong shares some ideas about implementing Thay's vision of a unified Sangha and invites the input of the larger Sangha to help…

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What is Mindfulness

Thich Nhat Hanh January 15, 2020

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