Free People Book Club: Making Space by Thich Nhat Hanh

by Rachel Baker on March 10, 2015

Below is the start of discussion of Making Space by Thich Nhat Hanh. I wish there were links the subsequent chapters, but you can find them here.

So, I posted this because I think the whole of the book club discussion on this book is very well-written and incredibly thoughtful. I read books like this all the time, but never review them and rarely discuss them. Most of the time, I just have a wonderful bout of introspection and move on to the next. I really liked htough how Brigette at Free People breaks down each of the chapters in this little book and talks about what ideas in the chapter touched her.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.

Here’s the Article: New Book Club Read: Making Space by Thich Nhat Hanh

I recently received this magical little book called Making Space: Creating a Home Meditation Practice. It’s written by Thich Nhat Hanh – zen master, poet, activist – a man who is considered to be one of the most influential teachers of Buddhism. The book is all about how to bring peace and harmony into your home by creating thoughtful spaces for meditation, and using simple tools, like your very own breath.

The book was a gift from my dad, and it seemed like one of those things that was brought to me by the energy of the universe. As soon as I opened the first page, I knew this was a special book. The words are simple and relatable, yet incredibly powerful and instantly calming.

It’s a small book with just about 90 little pages, but the content within it is so wonderful that I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to bring back the book club.

This article was written by: Rachel Baker – Click to follow on Twitter; or you can follow her at The Crafty Veteran on Bloglovin

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