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Celebrating 20 Years of Mindful Publishing Parallax Press • PO Box 7355, Berkeley, CA 94707 • (800) 863-5290 • www.parallax.org Distributed by Publishers Group West • (800) 788-3123 The Energy of Prayer Thich Nhat Hanh The Energy of Prayer re- envisions prayer as an inclu- sive, accessible practice that transcends any particular reli- gious or spiritual tradition. It can help anyone create a healthy life through the power of awareness and intention and is a way to satisfy the basic human need to connec- tion with something larger than our everyday self. Includes visualization and breathing exercises and a rich sampling of prayers, chants, and invocations from the Buddhist tradition. ISBN: 1-888375-55-8 • $8.95 125 pp • Mini-paperback Understanding Our Mind Thich Nhat Hanh Thich Nhat Hanh's poetic commentaries on the nature of consciousness represent his seminal work on Buddhist applied psychology. Understanding Our Mind is a treasury of clear observations showing how the mind functions and offering practical ways to nurture awareness. Includes a new introduction by Reb Anderson, author of Being Upright. ISBN: 1-888375-30-2 • $16.95 250 pp • Paperback The Coconut Monk Thich Nhat Hanh A monk, a cat, and a mouse learn to live together in peace in the midst of war. With full color illustrations by award- winning painter Vo Dinh- Mai. ISBN: 1-888375-53-1 • $14.95 40 pp • Hardcover First Buddhist Women 2nd edition Susan Murcott Lucid commentary and thoughtful collation of hard to find material on the history of Buddhist women. ISBN: 1-888375-54-X • $15.95 230 pp • Paperback “This is a lovely book, a prayer in itself.” —Philip Zaleski, co-author of Prayer: A History of Prayer “The best of Thich Nhat Hanh’s works.” —Sulak Sivaraksa, author of Seeds of Peace “An extraordinary work” —Diana Winston, author of Wide Awake “A heartfelt plea for peace and understanding . . . .Every calm voice speaking of peace is precious indeed.” —Shambhala Sun