THE BENEFIT OF DOING NYUNG NAY By keeping the eight vows which are: l. No killing 2. No stealing 3. No sex 4. No telling lies 5. No drinking alcohol 6. No singing or dancing, makeup or ornaments 7. No evening meals 8. No sitting in high seats for a period of twenty-four hours, along with The Chenrezig Practise and reciting The Mani Mantra, by doing these things brings a real benefit to the practioner and to the place where he or she practices. By keeping the eight vows thoroughly for twenty-four hours purifies the bad karma that will cause an individual to fall into The Hell Realm and by fasting one purifies the bad karma to be reborn in The Hungry Ghost Realm. By keeping silent one purifies the bad karma to be reborn in The Animal Realm. All suffering and misfortune comes front negative powers, so The Nyung Nay practice is to increase the positive powers so that it can bring happiness and harmony. It is one of the most effective practices to purify our defilements, and to purify environmental pollution. By doing group practice one creates a very efficient method for extending our lives, and stopping disease, drought, and also war. The Nyung Nay practice was founded by Bhikshuni Phalmo who was a serious leprosy patient. By doing this practice for a period of twelve years along with The Chenrezig practice, she became a great Siddhi. By reciting The Mani Mantra it purifies the six seeds of the six realms and it pacifies the suffering of all beings and brings peace to the world, so in this degenerate time it is the best practice for the cause of World Peace. Finally, it brings enlightenment, Bhikshuni Phalmo attained The Celestial Body, she sees Chenrezig anytime.