Buddha is often described as a doctor, and his teachings are called good medicine. Our three Buddhist teachers for this half of the semester sharpened their insights around experiences of crisis. For Thich Nhat Hanh it was the Vietnam War and exile from his country, for Pema Chodron it was a marital crisis which led her to study with Chogyam Trungpa who had experienced the Chinese invasion of Tibet and escape into exile, and similarly for Tulku Thondup, it was exile from Tibet. From a Buddhist point of view, problems are our best teachers. In our present medical, economic, environmental, educational and social crises, these teachings can be particularly useful to us. For “Breath you are alive,” book by Thich Nhat Hanh, please develop a 3 page report on the practices and ideas that you found most helpful as you engage with our present situation.
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