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About TNHAUDIO and How To Use – Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks

This webpage presents over 400 dharma talks, mainly given by Thich Nhat Hanh. Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader, poet and peace activist, revered around the world for his powerful teachings and bestselling writings on mindfulness and peace. He is the man Martin Luther King called “an apostle of peace and nonviolence.” His key teaching is that, through mindfulness, we can learn to live happily in the present moment — the only way to truly develop peace in oneself and in the world.

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How Forgiveness Benefits Your Health

Research has shown time and time again that our minds and bodies are linked: stress and depression can breed fatigue, while a positive outlook on life can provide us with an increased amount of energy. Willpower and determination can make us run faster and longer.

A new study expounds upon the link between mind and body; it shows that holding a grudge may not weigh only on your mind but also upon your physical person. Published in Social Psychological & Personality Science, the research states that the act of forgiveness — pardoning someone who has done you wrong — can not only metaphorically lift a burden off your shoulders, but it can do so physically, as well.

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Together we will engage in a healing journey

Many of you who have survived parental alienation wish to simply forget about the experience, hoping that forgetting will be synonymous with overcoming. However, it is not possible to erase pivotal life experiences or to truly forget about them. The human mind and body remember and clamor for healing. Healing from the wounds inflicted by parental alienation takes time, perseverance, and faith.

Hope that one will heal, that life will not always be so painful, and that the trauma that you have or are experiencing will not always define one’s sense of self.

Shock and disbelief – you may have a hard time accepting the reality of what happened

Fear – that life will never be the same again, or that you’ll lose control or break down

Sadness – for the children/grandchildren you have lost

Helplessness – no control over events may leave you feeling vulnerable and helpless

Guilt – that you could have done more.

Anger – you may be angry at the system, relatives, lawyers, social services and others you feel are responsible

Shame – especially over feelings or fears you can’t control

Relief – you may feel relieved that the worst is over, and even hopeful that your life will return to normal

I have decided to introduce this section for those of you who need to move on and and lead a healthier, more balanced, and happier life.

Together we will engage in the healing journey

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Strictly come dancing and health – Dance classes for older people | Age UK

Of all the performing arts, dance is the one that has emerged as the most therapeutic when it comes to staving off the mental and physical ravages of old age.

Luckily, it is also the simplest… and the cheapest. All you need is a clear space, some inspirational music and the ability to move around to it.

Even better than dancing in the privacy of your own home, however, is finding a local dance class to attend, where you could be introduced to different steps and styles, as well as making new friends.

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Inspired by Strictly Come Dancing? Transform your health with a rumba or salsa

Dance is a fantastic way to extend your range of movement, according to Rachel Rogers, project development manager at the Merseyside Dance Initiative (, which runs performance and health projects in the Liverpool area.

These include 50 Moves, a dance and fitness class for people aged 50-plus, and sessions in partnership with the English National Ballet as part of the ENB’s nationwide Dance for Parkinson’s programme ( It uses ballet and Afro-Caribbean dance to improve short-term mobility and body confidence. ‘Some people who walk in with sticks, walk out without them,’ says Rachel. ‘The great thing is, dance is about artistic expression, not about being ill.’

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