Nyung Na Practice
Saturday 26 December 4pm – Thursday 31 December 12 noon
Nyung nä practice is an intensive 2-day purification retreat that includes fasting, precepts, prostrations, prayers, mantra recitation, and offerings.
Nyung nä is based on the deity Thousand-Arm Chenrezig, the Buddha of Compassion, and is extremely powerful for healing illness, purifying negative karma, and opening the heart to compassion. Lama Zopa Rinpoche highly praises this practice as a supreme method for transforming the mind. One does four 2.5 hour sessions of well-structured practice that includes meditation, prostrations, and mantra recitation each day. It is a powerfully effective experiential practice that can be done by anyone with respect and faith for the practice.
“Nyung näs are a most powerful, most beneficial and quickest way for you to develop bodhichitta, to collect extensive merit to quickly achieve enlightenment, to become Chenrezig, to liberate sentient beings from the oceans of samsara suffering, and bring to enlightenment. This is an extremely powerful practice, it is an incredible way to develop bodhichitta.” — Lama Zopa Rinpoche
The practice will take place at Jamyang Leeds Buddhist Centre. It will also be possible to join by Zoom.
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