Kum Nye can have a powerful impact on our being human.

We can allow freedom of movement to ourselves, to our experience of being ‘I’.

Obstacles and blockages that seem carved in stone,
just the way things have to be,
begin to disclose their developmental paths,
in the process losing their hardness.

The more closely we look at these phenomena,
the more apparent it becomes that
all these seemingly permanent structures –
even the ‘I’ itself,
are expressions of energy.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
Kum Nye Dancing
Gesture 66
part of the Kum Nye Dance
Freedom of Being I

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