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Nyung-Ne Adventures

Nyung-Ne Adventures

For those of you who haven't had the excruciating pleasure of the 16-day Nyung-Ne retreat, here are some stories from our members on just what it was like for them.

Mandy McNulty, July 2003 I first heard about the sixteen day Nyung-Ne retreat way back in January. People said it was ‘an amazing purification practice',…
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Janet Whitlow, June 2003 To be honest, I had no idea what a Nyung-Ne was. I just had a vague notion that it was a…
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Wayne Chapman, March 1999 When Miffi asked if I wanted to do a Nyung-Ne I said "sure". Having never done one before I thought it…
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Miffi Maxmillion, March 1998 Sixteen people completed the eight Nyung-Nes over the Saka Dawa period leading up to the Buddha's enlightenment and passing into nirvana.…
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