The work of yoga might be seen as joining up two distinct entities,
‘body’ and ‘mind’.

Yet Kum Nye practice is a process by which intimate relations are revealed.

The closer we look, the harder it is to find a firm separation of body and mind.

Because of our limited concepts and experience of body and mind, we might miss the energy at play within us.

Kum Nye may seem like practices performed by and for the body,
but each posture, each movement reflects this play of subtle energy.

The release of tension frees up this energy and lets it move naturally:
body and mind together dance and play.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
Kum Nye Dancing

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