Buddhist Fasting practice with Pema Khandro
Buddhist Studies Institute

Buddhist Fasting practice with Pema Khandro

The Fasting practice called “Nyungne” is a deep of the and .

It involves letting go of old patterns and finding inner liberation.

This practice includes fasting, taking , reciting , meditating on , and engaging in silent .

Its purpose is to cleanse and promote of both the body and mind.

This Buddhist fasting custom originates from , a nun from the 11th century, who utilized fasting as a means of liberation during severe illness.

The virtual retreat with will trace Palmo’s journey and involve practicing on , the .

Throughout the weekend, participants will receive guidance on Buddhist fasting , as well as supportive instructions on nutrition and based on and .

This will cater to both beginners to fasting and individuals experienced with fasting.


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