Teachings of Tibetan Yoga — translated by Garma C.C. Chang
This is one of those rare books that goes into how to practice the inner yogas, including tummo and the other yogas of Naropa.
Niguma - Lady of Illusion — by Sarah Harding
This book brings to the forefront the life and teachings of a mysterious eleventh-century Kashmiri woman who became the source of a major Tibetan Buddhist practice lineage.
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.
Mahamudra and Related Instructions - Core Teachings of the Kagyu Schools — by Peter Alan Roberts
Seminal meditative traditions of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism are Mahamudra and the Six Yogas of Naropa.
Readings on the Six Yogas of Naropa — by Glenn H. Mullin
In this book are six important commentaries on this popular Tibetan tantric system, including original works by Tilopa and Naropa (the 11th-century Indian masters who first formulated it from various Buddhist tantric legacies) as well as Tibetan writings by Tsongkhapa the Great, Gyalwa Wensapa, the First Panchen Lama, and Lama Jey Sherab Gyatso.
The Six Yogas of Naropa and teachings on Mahamudra — by Garma C. C. Chang
By spiritual exercises and the application of Tantric techniques-such as the Six Yogas - one can soon realize that his body, mind, and the "objective world" are all manifestations of the divine Buddhahood.
The Bliss of Inner Fire - Heart Practice of the Six Yogas of Naropa — by Lama Yeshe
The author follows Je Tsongkhapa's (1357-1419 a.d.) text - Having the Three Convictions - and introduces the renowned Six Yogas of Naropa, focusing mainly on the first of these six - the practice of "inner fire".
The Six Yogas of Naropa - Tsongkhapa's commentary entitled A Book of Three Inspirations - A Treatise on the Stages of Training in the Profound Path of Naro's Six Dharmas commonly referred to as the Three Inspirations — translated by Glenn C. Mullin
These Six Yogas represent one of the most popular Tibetan Buddhist presentations of yogic technology to come from India to Tibet.