When we practice Kum Nye in this way,
it becomes more than a set of exercises or ideas.

It becomes a mode of inquiry,
a space in which we are free to notice the mounting of the production,
discovering the subtle operations of our senses, the profound effects of language and culture
upon the ways of being we normally take for granted.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
Kum Nye Dancing

 

 

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