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  • 461-474 2010 Collections of College Students Thesis Relating to Buddhism Taipei Hua-yen Lotus Society0000-0000

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    Engaged BuddhismThich Nhat Hanh, 1926 ~

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    1 Christopher S. Queen, Sallie B. King Editors, Engaged Buddhism:

    Buddhist Liberation Movements in Asia , State University of New York Press April 1996.Christopher S. Queen, Engaged Buddhism in the West, Wisdom Publications January 15, 2000.

    2 Thich Nhat Hanh-2004 Thich Nhat Hanh, Transformation & Healing, Parallax press, Berkeley, California, 1990, Pg 34-147

    3 Engaged BuddhismApplied BuddhismHUMAN ARCHITECTURE: Journal of the Sociology of Self-KnowledgeHistory of Engaged Buddhism A Dharma Talk by Thich Nhat HanhHanoi, Vietnam, May 6-7, 2008VI, 3, SUMMER 2008, 29-36

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    5 Brian J. Pierce, We Walk The Path Together: Learning From Thich Nhat Hanh And Meister Eckhart, 2005 p15. Thich Nhat Hanhs teachings on mindfulness serves as a wake-up call for the Christian West, which has so overly emphasized the thou shalt nots of moralistic rigidity, that it has failed in many ways to show how leading a mature spiritual life actually leads to a full and joyful life.

    6 Thich Nhat Hanh, Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers, Riverhead Trade 2000 p15.

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    Mindfulness is to become completely alive and live deeply each moment of your daily life. Mindfulness help you to touch the wonders of life or self-nourishment and healing. It also helps you to embrace and transform your afflictions into joy and freedom.

    7 St. Aurelius Augustinus 354-4301997 SAINT AGUSTINE, CONFESSIONS, Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Henry Chadwick, New York, Oxford University Press, 1991

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    30 68 31 224 32 Thich Nhat Hanh, Understanding Our Mind, Parallax press,Berkeley, California,

    2006, Pg 225Transformation at the base. Internal knots samyojana are the blocks of sadness and pain that are tied up in our consciousness. It lies in our consciousness and makes us do things without knowing it.

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    where things change and have a past and future; it is still vain. Present eternity In the eternal, nothing is transient, but the whole is present. Confessions, Book XI, Pg 228,

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    pg153, it was as if a light of relief from all anxiety flooded into my heart. 41 Understanding Our Mind, Transformation at the base, Pg222-228.

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    43 Patricia Hunt-Perry and Lyn Fine, All Buddhism is Engaged: Thich Nhat Hanh and

    the Order of Interbeing, Christopher S. Queen, ed., Engaged Buddhism in the West Boston: Wisdom Publications, 35-66, Pg40, Jan 15 2000. Interbeing Tiep Hien Order, The Vietnamese Tiep means continuing, being in touch with reality, the reality of the mind. Hien means realizing, transforming ourselves, manifesting the presence of understanding and compassion rather than talking about the idea of understanding and compassion. Hien also means maing it here and now, the deep understanding that the means are the ends, that the present moment contains the future.

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    Dialogue: The Encounter of Religions2008p.93

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    2.Christopher S. Queen, Sallie B. King Editors , Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Liberation Movements in Asia , State University of New York Press, 1996.

    3.Christopher S. Queen, Engaged Buddhism in the West, Wisdom Publications, 2000.

    4.Paul Tillich, Dynamics of Faith, HarperOne; 1 edition, 2001. 5.Robert H. King, Thomas Merton and Thich Nhat Hanh: Engaged Spirituality

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    in an Age of Globalization, Continuum, 2001. 6.SAINT AGUSTINE, CONFESSIONS, Translated with an Introduction and

    Notes by Henry Chadwick, New York, Oxford University Press, 1991. 7.Thich Nhat Hanh, Transformation & Healing, Parallax press,