Indian mind traditions date as far back as the Vedas which contain the earliest expressions of Indian reflective thinking. Paying emphasis on what the Buddha had to say on experiential learning, the Study of Mind takes us through processes of deliberate effort towards ethical practices.
The Study of the Mind series propagates the eastern philosophical mind traditions and makes these unique traditions and sciences accessible to people from all walks of life through Pradñyā Smriti, an 8 session program on ‘Wisdom based Mindfulness’ and by hosting Teachings from Masters in the field of Indian Mind Traditions.
Sangha is the word used for a community of fellow practitioners in Buddhism. But a Sangha does not necessarily have to be Buddhist.
Thich Nhat Hanh wrote in his recent book Good Citizens: Creating Enlightened Society the following text (it has been shorted for an abridged version):