Although this may not be the ordinary Buddhist way, Kum Nye practices clearly reveal dimensions of experience concealed within the ordinary and routine.

Even physical postures and movements can heal and energize at a very deep level, and this energy can manifest as qualities that begin to transform our way of being.

The sharp edges that separate us begin to soften; we become more appreciative of our embodiment and respect the embodiment of others in a new light.

Frustration melts into forbearance, and forbearance into patience.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
The Joy of Being

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