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    The Yogi's Joy: Three Songs of Milarepa

    £10.99
    Known by some as both the Robin Hood and Shakespeare of Tibetan Buddhism, Milarepa and his songs offer a thoughtful way into the wisdom and compassion sought on the Buddhist path. This book draws out themes such as fear, practicing with others, the teacher-student relationship and how we take in teachings and make them our own.
    ISBN: 9781899579662
    AuthorVen Sangharakshita
    Pub Date04/01/2006
    BindingPaperback
    Pages224
    Availability: In Stock

    Milarepa was a yogi and Tibetan Buddhist mystic of great learning and turbulent worldly experience. His "hundred thousand songs" are read and loved by many, but examinations of them are few. Here, three of these songs are explored by Sangharakshita, a well-respected Buddhist teacher and author, in such a way that the wisdom and teachings Milarepa drew out in his songs are made relevant to life for us today.

    Known by some as both the Robin Hood and Shakespeare of Tibetan Buddhism, Milarepa and his songs offer a magical and thoughtful way into the wisdom and compassion sought on the Buddhist path. The Yogi's Joy reveals how these ancient teachings can ring true for us--here and now.

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    Milarepa was a yogi and Tibetan Buddhist mystic of great learning and turbulent worldly experience. His "hundred thousand songs" are read and loved by many, but examinations of them are few. Here, three of these songs are explored by Sangharakshita, a well-respected Buddhist teacher and author, in such a way that the wisdom and teachings Milarepa drew out in his songs are made relevant to life for us today.

    Known by some as both the Robin Hood and Shakespeare of Tibetan Buddhism, Milarepa and his songs offer a magical and thoughtful way into the wisdom and compassion sought on the Buddhist path. The Yogi's Joy reveals how these ancient teachings can ring true for us--here and now.