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Beautiful Song of Marpa the Translator
By: Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche
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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.
Guru Yoga of Marpa, 1991 10-Day Teaching
By: Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche
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1991 10-Day Teaching

Life of Marpa the Translator
Life of Marpa the Translator
By: Tsang Nyon Heruka
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Marpa the Translator, the eleventh-century farmer, scholar, and teacher, is one of the most renowned saints in Tibetan Buddhist history. In the West, Marpa is best known through his teacher, the Indian yogi Naropa, and through his closest disciple, Milarepa. This lucid and moving translation of a text composed by the author of The Life of Milarepa and The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa documents the fascinating life of Marpa, who, unlike many other Tibetan masters, was a layman , a skillful businessman who raised a family while training his disciples.
Spiritual Biography of Marpa, the Translator
By: Thrangu Rinpoche
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In this book Thrangu Rinpoche relates how the fearless Marpa left Tibet three times and traveled the perilous journey to India to receive the authentic Vajrayana teachings. Not only does Rinpoche relate the story of Marpa's interesting life, but he also relates Marpa's relationship with guru Tilopa and his relationship with his own students. Given are also description of the practices and a detailed explanation of the Twelve Instructions of Maitripa on Mahamudra meditation.

Spiritual Biography of Marpa, the Translator
By: Thrangu Rinpoche
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Spiritual biographies are called a "namtar" in Tibetan, which literally means "complete liberation" because they show how lamas were able to achieve enlightenment. The special function of these biographies is to encourage us by showing how these practitioners dealt with their particular circumstances. They describe the conditions in which they began, how within those limitations they were able to practice and accomplish liberation, and through that how they benefited others.