"The exercises in this book are new. These are not traditional Kum Nye postures, but instead are based on temple practices I had learned as a young man in Tibet. I drew upon my recollections of exercises that prepare lamas for the sacred ritual movement colloquially known as lama dancing. Traditional lama dancing uses physical choreography to open up the self and liberate energy for Dharma activity; these exercises, intensifying feeling in similar ways, can tame resistance, resentment, and lack of cooperation. The practices in this book are invigorating rather than soothing, designed to energize the body and to wake up consciousness." - Kum Nye Dancing, Introduction
Kum Nye Dancing was introduced earlier this year during retreats in South America, Europe, and the United States. The body of knowledge has gained momentum due to its profound and quick results.
**During the book launch, Dharma Publishing and Ratna Ling Retreat Center will be raffling off one scholarship for the Kum Nye Dancing Retreat Weekend!!
Arnaud Maitland, JD and MA Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy & Psychology, is a senior student of Tarthang Tulku since 1976. Arnaud is the author of two books MasterWork (published in three languages) and Living without Regret (published in six languages) and is currently director of Dharma Publishing/Press and Center for Skillful Means.
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