The Introduction To The Commentary On The Great Perfection · The Nature of Mind, The Easer of Weariness Called The Great Chariot — by Longchenpa
Dzogchen or ati is the tradition that this teaching is part of, and also its fruition.
A Lamp to Illuminate the Five Stages · Teachings on Guhyasamaja Tantra — by Tsongkhapa - translated by Gavin Kilty (Library of Tibetan Classics - Volume 15)
Covers the subtle human physiology of channels and winds along with the process of dying, bardo and rebirth.
The Book of Kadam — Attributed to Atisa and Dromtonpa · Library of Tibetan Classic - volume 2
This work is a landmark in the study of Tibetan culture in general and Tibetan Buddhism in particular. Undisputedly one of the greatest works.
Mind Training - The Great Collection — compiled by Shonu Gyalchok and Konchok Gyaltsen, translated by Thupten Jinpa (Library of Tibetan Classic - volume 1)
The volume contains forty-four individual texts, including the most important works of the Lojong cycle, together with the earliest commentaries on these seminal texts.
Original Perfection - Vairotsana's Five Early Transmissions — by Keith Dowman
The root of Dzogchen - main practice of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. Sparkling translation and commentary provide insight and historical background.
Flight of the Garuda - A Complete Explanation of Thorough Cut by Zhabkar — translated by PKTC
A series of 23 songs sung by the Dzogchen master for the sake of his students. The songs explain Trekcho - one of the two innermost practices of Dzogchen.
The Lankavatara Sutra
The holy grail of Zen, it covers all the major teachings of Mahayana Buddhism. This is the only Zen sutra ever spoken by the Buddha.
The Platform Sutra - The Zen Teaching of Hui-Neng — translated by Red Pine
Autobiography of the controversial 6th Patriarch of Zen, and his understanding of the fundamentals of a spiritual and practical life.
The Diamond Sutra - Perfection of Wisdom — by Red Pine
This is the Buddhist teaching on the perfection of wisdom and cuts through all obstacles on the path of practice.