Kum Nye: Getting Time on Your Side

Kum Nye: Getting Time on Your Side

August 26th – Sept 2, 2018


with Arnaud Maitland


When we are ill at ease, emotional, confused about the direction in life or the next step in a project, it is just because we are ‘out’ of time. Inner dialogues take us off the freeway of time into exiting into a dead end street, freezing the experience of time and creating all kinds of stress. We feel we have no choices.

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche’s teachings including the three Kum Nye books plus his book Dynamics of Time and Space reduce stress patterns, shift dis-ease to being at ease, to being ‘in’ time with its rhythms, frequencies and natural balance. Instead of walking backwards into the future by living under the shadow of habitual projections, the Kum Nye approach restores the wholeness of being, enabling us to turn around, facing an open future.

Coming face to face with our destiny, we cannot but respond positively and creatively. The transformation is a matter of energy and Kum Nye offers this path of energy, calming inner dialogues, opening the senses, and restoring the language of the body as the most reliable counselor in your life. Listening to the voice of the heart we give room to the nature of our being to unfold as it should, unifying the spiritual with the secular. The Kum Nye approach can just do that; no additional strategy or steps are required. You become the joy of being.

By practicing Kum Nye we go from being Out of Time to back In Time…

In Time

  • At ease
  • Intimacy
  • Friendly
  • Faith and confidence
  • Appropriate action
  • Taking opportunities
  • Taking responsibility
  • Freedom
  • Waking up to potential
  • Trusting intuition
  • Participating
  • Positivity
  • Taking troubles upon oneself
  • Bright, light, open
  • Enjoying
  • Appreciation
  • Success
  • Time on my side
  • Caring
  • Satisfaction
  • Having a good time
  • Normal

Out of TIme

  • Dis-ease
  • Isolation
  • Suspicious
  • Fear
  • Doubt
  • Missing opportunities
  • Renouncing responsibility
  • Victim of emotions
  • Wasting potential
  • Lost in thoughts
  • Procrastinating
  • Negativity
  • Blame or guilt
  • Pale, heavy, dark
  • Complaining
  • Depression
  • Failure
  • Victim of Time
  • Resentment
  • Dissatisfaction
  • Wasting time
  • Abnormal


Come and join us for this unique  Kum Nye and Time meditation retreat, with an intensive schedule from 7 am to 9pm. We will start Sunday evening August 26th at 6pm and will conclude on Sunday Sept 2 after lunch.


Arnaud Maitland

Director of Dharma Publishing


Seminar leader

Arnaud Maitland student of Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche since 1978. With degrees in Law and Tibetan Buddhist philosophy and psychology, and author of two books MasterWork and Living without Regret, Arnaud has been an international seminar and retreat leader in Europe, South America, Australia and the USA since 1980. Arnaud has been coming to France annually for five years.


For more information, contact programs@dharmapublishing.com


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