Kum Nye: Tibetan Yoga

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Dharma Publishing, Jan 15, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 425 pages
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Based on a traditional healing system, Kum Nye yoga helps to release stress, transform negative patterns and promote balance and health. The practice of Kum Nye increases our enjoyment and appreciation for life.The unique value of this Tibetan healing system is that it integrates the physical and psychological approaches to wellbeing, teaching us to integrate body and mind in all our activities. Kum Nye leads to a sense of vitality and wellness beyond what can be experienced in other physical systems of exercise. Its postures and movements, as well as its self-massage and breathing practices relax the body, calm the breath and still the mind, making this type of yoga an effective practice for deepening meditation. Kum Nye Yoga introduces us to the power and beauty of the spiritual path. Based on Tibetan teachings for living in harmony with physical and universal laws, this practice develops our ability to heal and energize our entire being. Kum Nye Yoga teaches us what it means to just be.

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Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche is originally from Eastern Tibet. Also known as Rinpoche (meaning 'precious teacher'), he received traditional training from the great masters of his time in the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. Tarthang Tulku left Tibet in 1959 after the disruption of his culture. From 1959 to 1967, he taught Buddhism at Sanskrit University in India. In 1968, Rinpoche came to the United States where he has lived and worked continuously. To support Tibetan refugees, preserve Tibetan culture and make the teaching of Buddhism accessible to Western students, Rinpoche initiated many projects and established over 20 organizations including the Nyingma Institute, Tibetan Aid Project, Dharma Publishing, the Yeshe De text preservation project, and the international Nyingma Centers.Rinpoche is a visionary thinker who has authored over a dozen books that expand understanding of the human heart and mind.

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