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Khenpo Tsultrim gives a clear explanation of the clear light nature of mind in connection with the buddha nature inherent in all beings. He also explains how to meditate on the clear light, how to develop compassion, the practice of tonglen (giving and taking) and some very poignant advice on taking adverse conditions to the path. Teachings on four songs sung by the LordKhenpo Tsultrim gives a clear explanation of the clear light nature of mind in connection with the buddha nature inherent in all beings. He also explains how to meditate on the clear light, how to develop compassion, the practice of tonglen (giving and taking) and some very poignant advice on taking adverse conditions to the path. Teachings on four songs sung by the Lord of the yogis Jetsun Milarepa are given. The meaning of Milarepa's own expression of the view, meditation, conduct, and fruition is explained, as well as how to apply the teachings to all aspects of your practice and life. A glossary helps with unfamiliar terms and a bibliography offers titles of other works of a similar nature....

Title : The Beautiful Song of Marpa the Translator
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ISBN : 9781877294020
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 120 Pages
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The Beautiful Song of Marpa the Translator Reviews

  • Will
    2018-12-04 10:45

    Edition 9-781877-29402014Whatever faults sentient beings may appear to have ... such imperfections are circumstantial, comparable to the circumstantial error of failing to recognize a dream for what it is.18So there is no reason for getting depressed because of illness, nor are there any grounds for losing heart in the face of difficulties or getting fed up or developing an attitude of giving up, since it is through these very hardships that the slate of wrongdoing is wiped clean.37Nirvana does not exist as a place outside our own mind. It is the very nature of mind.38Samsara is just like the mistaken appearances in a dream.51Buddha is translated (Tib.) as sang-gye with sang meaning purified and gye meaning expanded.69We cannot find one single cause or condition that actually exists, that is not merely a name given to a collection of smaller things.

  • Stephen Blache
    2018-12-16 10:12

    A collection of teachings that introduce the reader to Milarepa and his teacher Marpa. Includes special teachings on Buddha Nature and a Milarepa visualization practice.