Texts by Ju Mipham Rinpoché

“He realize that he is no longer a youth;he was now a man. He realize that something had left him like the old skin that I snake sheds.” (Chapter 4, pg 30) Siddhartha leaves Govinda to find his own path and realizes that he is changing and now becoming a new person.

Here is a list of the translations of texts by Ju Mipham Rinpoché, Namgyël Gyats’o (1846-1912), by Erick Tsiknopoulos published on Tibetan-Translations.com.

  1. Ju Mipham Rinpoché on the Dhāraṇī Called ‘Golden’ from the Sūtra of Golden Light (from las sna shogs kyi be’u bum)
  2. Condensed Smoke Offering, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  3. A Longing Prayer to Mañjuśrī, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  4. Condensed Verses for the Four Immeasurables, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  5. Offering Clouds That Please the Vidyādharas: A Prayer for the Spread of the Early Translation Teachings, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  6. Quick Protection from Fear: A Prayer to Tārā, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  7. Spontaneous Accomplishment of Awakened Activity: An Offering Invocation to the Great Lion, Gésar the Gem, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  8. The Great Repository of Grace-Waves: A Praise to Mañjuśrī, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  9. Prayer for Attracting Auspicious Signs, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  10. Short Smoke Offering for the Cleansing of Impurities, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  11. The Melody of Deathless Accomplishment: A Prayer for the Exalted Feet of the Gurus to Remain Firm, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  12. The Condensed Hindrance-Repelling Ritual, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  13. Shower of Blessings: A Guru Yoga Based on the Seven-Line Prayer, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  14. Profound Instructions on the View of the Middle Way, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  15. Bringing Down the Compassionate Blessings of the Great Lion, King of the World [Gésar], by Ju Mipham Rinpoché
  16. The Magnetizing Practice of King Gésar, by Ju Mipham Rinpoché