The Present Moment Is Available: Enjoy the wonders of life, one slice at a time.

 Dear Savor friends,

I’m happy to share with you a beautiful display of one of Thay’s classic teachings that I saw at the Plum Village 30th anniversary celebration exhibit:

Thay teaches about meditation and being in the present moment so that we can enjoy the wonders of life.

Enacting new year resolutions: stop & look, understand & transform.

Do you find yourself stuck somewhere between making healthful New Year's intentions and implementing them? Mindfulness practice can help bridge this gap. When we are aware, we can change long-ingrained patterns without condemning or depriving ourselves.

Mindful Eating: Seasonal Food Choices

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"when I go shopping, when I cook, and when I eat, I shall give rise to mindfulness and not bring into my body the kind of food which makes me heavy and unwell."

– Thich Nhat Hanh

The Difference Two Teaspoons Makes

Learn more about the health risks of eating too much salt in this ABC Nightline video. Dr. Frank Sacks, a professor of cardiovascular disease prevention at Harvard,  explains that less than 2 teaspoons a day of salt contribute to 150,000 deaths per year.

Curious how much salt is in each slice of bread you eat? I'll explain the surprising reality here...

A meditation for you: Listen deeply

                                                                 Pause...and listen deeply to your body. What is your body telling you?

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Read an exclusive question and answer with Thay:

Take part in an apple meditation:

Or review the 5 contemplations:

Savor: We begin our journey

Today we celebrate the release of Savor and the beginning of a beautiful community of people dedicated to mindful eating and living. Thank you to the many individuals and sanghas that have made this book possible. With great honor and pleasure I look forward to sharing and learning with you.

With a smile,


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