Heart of My Heart (Songs to Live By)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

Heart of My Heart

Rose of Light (Songs to Live By / Richard Power Poem)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

Rose of Light

Akshobiya (Songs to Live By / Richard Power Poem)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

Akshobiya

Ignore the Opinions of Others (Songs to Live By / Richard Power Poem)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

Ignore the Opinions of Others

River Meditation of Milarepa (Songs to Live By / Evans-Wentz)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

River Meditation of Milarepa

Joy is the Natural State / Key to Eternity (Songs to Live By)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

Joy is the Natural State, Key to Eternity

Let Us Consider the Christ Within (Songs to Live By)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

Let Us Consider the Christ Within

A New Commandment (Songs to Live By)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

A New Commandment (Songs to Live By)

A New Commandment (Songs to Live By)

“By the Confidence …” (Songs to Live By)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

By The Confidence …

Never the Spirit (Songs to Live By / Bhagavad Gita)

NOTE: Decades ago, Joe and Guin Millers’ friend, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, called their “Songs to Live By,” the “first American mantras.” Here is an audio recording of one of these powerful compositions, along with the sheet music. The entire cycle (in both performance recordings and sheet music) is available from the “Songs to Live By” section of this site’s Miller Archive. The recordings were made by Sarmad Ocampo, the sheet music was created by W. Blake Derby — Blessings, SFTS Lodge

Never the Spirit ( Joe and Guin Miller - Songs to Live By)

Never the Spirit (Joe and Guin Miller – Songs to Live By)