Category Archives: Store Consciousness

Anger is like a Blazing Flame

Excerpt from Human Kindness Foundation post “Discovering the True Nature of Your Anger” by Thich Nhat Hanh Anger is like a blazing flame that burns up our self-control and causes us to say and do things that we regret later. … Continue reading

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Consciousness is like a House

Excerpt from “Touching Peace” by Thich Nhat Hanh According to Buddhist psychology, our consciousness is divided into two parts, like a house with two floors.  On the ground floor is the living room, and we call this “mind consciousness.” Below … Continue reading

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Powerful Seeds of Compassion and Wisdom

Excerpt from “Keys to the Kingdom of God” by Thich Nhat Hanh The Territories of the Mind A thought does not arise from nothing. There is a ground from which it arises. In our mind there is fear, anger, worry, … Continue reading

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Dual Consciousness

by Thich Nhat Hanh from SoundsTrue.com interview “Meditation Is not the Business of Monks Alone” There is the collective consciousness and the individual consciousness. Our individual consciousness is made of our collective consciousness, and our collective consciousness is made of … Continue reading

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Retribution is the Fruit of Action

Excerpt from “The Habit of Happiness”, Thich Nhat Hanh Retribution Store consciousness operates in a way that is not known to mind consciousness. It’s difficult for mind consciousness to see clearly how store consciousness operates. Store consciousness has the duty … Continue reading

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