Jetsun Milarepa

This page is dedicated to translations and research on the songs and teachings of one of the most revered Tibetan yogis and mahasiddhas, and founding masters of the Kagyu lineages, Jetsun Milarepa (1040-1123).

Je Milarepa, (Source HAR).

A YOGI’S ‘INTENTIONS FULFILLED’: ‘CANDYMAN’ MILAREPA’S SECRET STASH OF ‘GOLD’ CANDY AND MIRACULOUS PARTING GIFTS AND FINAL ADVICE ‘TO EAT SH*T!’ Milarepa’s last testament and miraculous gifts and new translation of his song ‘Intentions Fulfilled’ from ‘The Black Treasury’

‘THE BLACK TREASURY’ (DZO NAG): 3RD KARMAPA’S COMPENDIUM OF MILAREPA’S LIFE AND SONGS. Origin, editions and contents.

‘JOYFULLY JOYOUS’ SIDDHA’S ROAR : PADAMPA SANGYE’S ‘DHARMA THAT PACIFIES SUFFERING (ZHIJE)’ SONG TO MILAREPA

NEW TRANSLATION: Milarepa’s Song on the Ten Pāramitās , ‘Empty words are of trivial value’

Hermit-Yogi Caves and Fortresses (Part I): Jetsun Milarepa’s Twenty Sacred Places

Milarepa’s Song on the Suffering of Animals in the Evil ‘Tradition’ of Meat-eating

Milarepa’s Female Disciples: Rechungma’s Song of ‘Fifteen Realisations

NEW PUBLICATION: Milarepa’s Songs to the Hunter and Animals, the Khyira Kagyu lineage

Milarepa’s ‘Song to the Hunter’; and the living ‘ear-whispered’ lineage of Khyira Kagyu in Nepal

A Girl’s Lament: Songs of Saley O to Milarepa

Statue of Milarepa at the pilgrimage site where he was said to have meditated and met the Hunter who became on of his main disciples.