Who Seeks Me By Form and the Buddhist Trilogy: Bodhi Tree, Thus Shall Ye Think and Six Rules of Tilopa (Songs to Live By, Diamond Sutra & 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

Who Seeks Me By Form … (Songs to Love By)

Who Seeks Me By Form … (Songs to Love By)

Trilogy Part I: Bodhi Tree (Joe and Guin Miller- Songs to Live By)

Trilogy Part I: Bodhi Tree (Joe and Guin Miller- Songs to Live By)

Trilogy Part 2: Six Rules of Tilopa (Joe and Guin - Songs to Live By)

Trilogy Part 2: Six Rules of Tilopa (Joe and Guin – Songs to Live By)

Trilogy Part III: Thus Shall Ye Think … (Songs to Live By)

Trilogy Part III: Thus Shall Ye Think … (Songs to Live By)

5 Dhyani Buddhas (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

5 Dhyani Buddhas: Vairochana, 1

Akshobiya (5 Dhyani Buddhas)

Amitabha (5 Dhyani Buddhas)

Amoga Siddhi (5 Dhyani Buddhas)

Ratna Sambhava (5 Dhyani Buddhas)

Ask and Ye Shall Receive (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

Ask and Ye Shall Receive

23rd Psalm (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

23rd Psalm Page 1

23rd Psalm Page 2

Koan of Dr. Seo (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

Koan of Dr. Seo

So Long As Love Remembers (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

So Long As Love Remembers

Crossing the Bar (Songs to Live By / Tennyson)

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

Crossing the Bar

Joe Miller’s T.S. Founder’s Day Rap

Filmed by Charles Fariduddin Falk, November 17, 1991

Joe Miller on The Yoga of Knowing of the Mind (Lenten Reading)

Filmed by Charles Fariduddin Falk, March 18, 1991

Joe Miller on Time & Timelessness

Filmed Charles Fariduddin Falk, Jan. 1, 1991


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