Remembering Thich Nhat Hanh

With Gratitude to our Beloved Teacher

When conditions are sufficient, a cloud transforms into rain, snow, or hail. The cloud has never been born and it will never die. This insight of signlessness and interbeing helps us recognize that all lives continue in different forms.” – Thich Nhat Hanh

On 22nd January 2022 our much loved and respected teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh (Thay), passed away. He was 95 years old, and was with his monastic brothers and sisters at his root temple near Hue, in central Vietnam, where he has lived for the past three years.

Honouring Thay and continuing his work in the world, over the next weeks there will be a number of opportunities to come together online as a global practice community.  There will be  live ceremonies broadcast from Plum Village, France, and the UK lay dharma teachers and senior practitioners will be offering opportunities for practice and support during this time of saying goodbye and expressing our gratitude and love.

Gratitude to our Teacher

On this Plum Village page you can read gratitude messages from all over the world and share your memories of hearing Thay’s teachings or reflections how his teachings impacted you. 

Highlights from the week of Memorial Events

Selected videos and eulogies that highlight the special events during the memorial week for Thich Nhat Hanh, visit here:

Letter from UK Dharma teachers

UK Lay Dharma Teachers share words of support to practitioners, local and broader community.

Coming together to practice

Our normal programme of events has now resumed with lots of opportunities to come together and continue Thay’s teachings.

You can also join one of the local Sanghas who are practicing regularly, both in person and online, cultivating energy of gratitude, peace and love.

Plum Village UK Membership and Support

Click on this link if you would like to become a member of the Community of Interbeing UK Charity and help us make mindfulness practice available to more people. 

We rely solely on the generosity of donors to be able to continue our work promoting the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh in the UK.  Please consider supporting us financially if you feel moved to do so.