A more open way of life…

The best route to a more open way of life is the practice of stillness.

Stillness comes as a result of loosening up long-standing tensions.

We slowly smooth out, and the oscillations of our senses and emotions, bit by bit, subside.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
Kum Nye Dancing

The wonder of getting to know yourself

Think of Kum Nye practice as a form of knowledge gathering, in a spirit of open inquiry. You are acquiring knowledge you didn’t have before.

The body is not the object of study;
instead it is an active parter with which to experience the wonder of really getting to know yourself from the inside out.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
Kum Nye Dancing

the wondrous beauty of being

We can engage experience in transformative ways;
our practice can lead to a heightened appreciation
of the wondrous beauty of being.

Kum Nye practice allows is an approach that allows us to discover that
significance fills every experience;

each can become a work of art.

As we practice Kum Nye, we can develop creativity as a way of being.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche
Kum Nye Dancing

Fostering positive interactions…

The qualities of our experience are emerging
from constant relationships with one another
and with space;
an intricate dance is taking place within us,
an animated conversation.

Awareness itself is not separate from these interactions,
but part of the conversation,
emerging from and contributing to its endless unfolding.

Consciousness trained by Kum Nye practice can engage directly
with regimes of thoughts, senses, and emotions,
fostering positive interactions.