Longchen Nyingthig Chod Practice "Sound of Dakini Laughter" — by Tony Duff
A text for Chod practice, which Jigmey Lingpa received as mind treasure from Longchenpa, consisting of an explanation of the practice and liturgy for it.
Chöd Practice in the Bon Tradition — by Alejandro Chaoul
This book is the first to trace the history of Chöd practice in Tibet's indigenous Bön tradition.
Longchen Nyingtig - A set of Dzogchen practices and prayers by Jigme Lingpa
These works looks at a seminal figure of this lineage, Jigme Lingpa - an eighteenth-century Buddhist scholar and meditation master whose cycle of teachings - the Longchen Nyingtig - has been handed down through generations as a complete path to enlightenment.
Chod Practice Manual and Commentary — by the 14th Karmapa Thekchok Dorje and Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Taye
Classic and essential manual for students, theologians, and practitioners of Chod with many helpful illustrations of specific visualizations employed during practice.
Machik's Complete Explanation - Clarifying the Meaning of Chod — with commentary by the 3rd Karmapa - Rangjung Dorje
This book is the most famous book of teachings of Machik Labdron - the great female saint and yogini of 11 and 12th century Tibet.
Machig Labdron and the Foundations of Chod — by Jerome Edou
This translation of the most famous biography of Machig Labdron is presented together with a comprehensive overview of Chöd's historical and doctrinal origins in Indian Buddhism and its subsequent transmission to Tibet.
Secret Buddhism - Vajrayana Practices — by Kalu Rinpoche
Essentials of Vajrayana, mantras, empowerments, the Six Yogas of Naropa, Chod, Pure Land, and the six bardos. A history of the Kagyupa and Shangpa Lineages and some explanation of the principles of Tibetan medicine complete this survey of Tibetan Buddhism.