Author: Chogyam Trungpa
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834840731
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The story of Milarepa (1040–1123) is a tale of such extreme and powerful transformation that it might be thought not to have much direct application to our own less dramatic lives—but Chögyam Trungpa shows otherwise.

The Life Of Milarepa Tibet S Great Yogi

Author: Gtsaṅ-smyon He-ru-ka
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An attempt, therefore, has been made to reproduce the biography omitting the
songs, some of the teaching, the more difficult designations, the more obscure
references and the oriental discursiveness. I have brought the conversation into
line with modern diction, so that the name of Milarepa may become as much a
household word outside Tibet as it is within that great country, and so that some
of the lessons to be drawn from his life may not be lost to the present generation.
The hero ...

Storytelling Encyclopedia

Author: David Adams Leeming
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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They date back to the early thirteenth century when the Chinese master, Ekai,
also called Mu-mon, recorded forty- eight of the old koans in a collection he
called The Gateless Gate. Tibetan poet-ascetic Milarepa was believed to have
written approximately 1 00,000 songs in his time, and tales about his life also
became part of the storytelling tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. For Further
Reading Evans-Wentz, W.Y., ed. Tibet's Great Yogi Milarepa: A Biography from
the Tibetan. New York: ...

The Maha Bodhi

Author: Anagarika Dharmapala
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The story of Gambopa and his teaching may be found in H. V. Guenther's
translation from the original Tibetan of "The Jewel Ornament of Liberation"
published by Rider & Co., London, 1959, The life of Milarepa which is also
pertinent to an ... the great Snow Mountains and across the borderlines of Tibet
and Nepal, he attracted many disciples — Pandits, Monks, Yogis, and lay
followers, both men and women — teaching all through his inspired words and
songs and accepting those ...