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Joy of Being: Advanced Kum Nye Practices for Relaxation, Integration and Concentration (Tibetan Yoga)

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"In mastering Kum Nye, we learn how to benefit from all manner of experience; we gain confidence that is grounded in self-knowledge and establish a foundation of joy that can sustain us throughout our lives. We learn what it means to be complete in ourselves: We discover what means to BE." The Joy of Being goes beyond the purely physical aspects of relaxation to directly c ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published December 1st 2005 by Dharma Publishing (first published August 25th 2005)
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