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Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Zen master, spiritual leader, poet, peace activist, and founder of Plum Village. In this short video he introduces deep listening, also called compassionate listening.

 

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  1. I have begun to listen more compassionately to my family and friends and it has helped so much – there have been big improvements I our relationships.

     

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