Dusum Khyenpa's Songs and Teachings - A Variety of Songs and Teachings from the First Karmapa's Collected Works by Tony Duff
The Moon of Wisdom - Chapter Six of Chandrakirti's Entering the Middle Way with commentary from the Eighth Karmapa Mikyo Dorje's Chariot of the Dagpo Kagyu Siddhas.
Wise Teacher, Wise Student - Tibetan Approaches to a Healthy Relationship - by Alexander Berzin
This work examines the teacher-student relationship as it is understood in the Tibetan Buddhist context.
The Cult of Tara - Magic and Ritual in Tibet by Stephan Beyer
This work presents and interprets the living ritual of Tibetan Buddhists.
Introduction to the Kalachakra Initiation by Alexander Berzin
This work explains on a practical level and in everyday language the theory of tantra, the vows, commitments, and their implications.
Atisha and Buddhism in Tibet translated by Doboom Tulku & Glenn H. Mullin
This booklet is on the life and teachings of the eleventh century Indian Buddhist master Atisha.
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.
Tibetan Zen - Discovering a Lost Tradition by Sam van Schaik
The stories told by the Dunhuang cave manuscripts. A groundbreaking study of the lost tradition of Tibetan Zen containing the first translations of key texts from one thousand years ago.
The Life of Shabkar - Autobiography of a Tibetan Yogin by Shabkar Tsogdruk Rangdrol
The King of Wash-granting Jewels That Fulfills the Hopes of All Fortunate Disciples Who Seek Liberation.
The detailed narration of the life and liberation of the great vajra-holder Shabkar Tsogdruk Rangdrol, refuge and protector for all sentient beings of this dark age.
Food of Bodhisattvas - Buddhist Teachings on Abstaining From Meat by Shabkar Tsogdruk Rangdrol
Based on the teachings of the Buddha, this book offers the most compelling and impassioned indictment of meat-eating to be found in Tibetan literature and is pertinent to anyone interested in vegetarianism as a moral or spiritual issue.