Phap Ban is a comic book writer, Disney artist, and author of the book Plum Village.
If you’ve ever wanted more peace in your life, then do we have the Plum Village, an Artist’s Journey, show for you. Today I’ll be talking with Phap Ban, Disney Artist, Plum Village Monk, and the author of a beautiful, peaceful, work of art, Plum Village, an Artist’s Journey. And that’s just what I want to talk with him about today, about Finding Inner Peace at Thich Nhat Hanh’s Buddhist Monastery. Plum Village Self-Improvement & Self-Help Topics Include:  What was Phap Ban’s relationship to spirituality growing up? How did he begin drawing? When did he begin working with Disney? What was the importance of the book “Introduction to Zen”? What drew Phap to meditation at 24? How did he find himself at Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum village? What was the allure? How did he end up leaving his life behind? How’d he end up becoming a monk? What was the peace he began to find? What is a beginner’s mind and how do we return to one? What does it mean it takes a lot of courage to be happy? How do we first begin to experience the silence? How do we let go of the mind? What’s the importance of gratitude??? How can nature help us find the stillness within??? What is Phap Ban’s practice now? What is the importance of daily repetitive actions??? How can artwork or drawing help us tap back into the silence? What is the illusion of separation? To find out more visit: https://www.facebook.com/phap.ban.claudio.panarese/
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Episode Count
1
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
1 hour, 13 minutes