How to Practice Compassionate Listening

“Deep listening is the kind of listening that can help relieve the suffering of another person. You can call it compassionate listening. You listen with only one purpose: to help him or her to empty his heart. One hour like that can bring transformation and healing.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Deep and compassionate listening has the power to put the suffering of a person to an end, end wars and change the whole world for the better. And in this inspiring video, the Buddhist monk, Thich Nhat Hanh shares how compassionate listening can change our lives for the better by helping to relieve the suffering in the world and by putting an end to wars and violence so that we can all live in a more peaceful and harmonious world.

Enjoy 🙂

How to Practice Compassionate Listening

~love, Luminita💫

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Luminita D. Saviuc

Luminita, the Founder of PurposeFairy, is an enthusiastic student of the arts, psychology, and spirituality. Her acclaimed blog post, 15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy , was shared by over 1.3 million people on Facebook. Later on, it became the heart of her book, 15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy., book that was published by Penguin Random House. For more details check out the 15 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy Book Page.

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