Red Tara Commentary - Instructions for the Concise Practice Known as Red Tara — by Chagdud Khadro
Based on an extensive Red Tara practice that is part of the Apang Terton cycle of revealed treasures.
Vajra Wisdom - Deity Practice in Tibetan Buddhism — by Shechen Gyaltsap IV and Kunkyen Tenpe Nyima
Commentaries of two great 19th-century Nyingma masters that guide practitioners through a series of straightforward instructions.
Vajrayogini - Her Visualizations, Rituals and Forms — by Elizabeth English
Delves into the origins of Vajrayogini, charting her evolution in India and examining her roots in the Chakrasamvara tantra and in Indian tradition.
A Practice of Padmasambhava - Essential Instructions on the Path to Awakening — by Sechen Gyaltsap IV and Rinchen Dargye
Two practical and compelling works related to a visualization and mantra practice of Padmasambhava.
Tara - The Feminine Divine — by Bokar Rinpoche
This work presents the various aspects of Tara and the origin of her tantra, offering instruction for devotional practice.
Tara's Enlightened Activity - An Oral Commentary on the Twenty-One Praises to Tara — by Palden Sherab and Tsewang Dongyal
Includes lots of advice on how to do the Tara practices by two exemplary Nyingma teachers.
Generating the Deity — by Gyatrul Rinpoche
This work offers a detailed presentation of the generation stage practice of tantric deity yoga. These are step-by-step teachings on the genereation stage practices of deity yoga as they were practiced in Tibet.
Pure Appearance - Development and Completion Stages in Vajrayana Practice — by Dilgo Khyentse
This work explains the structure of the tantric path and how its stages are put into practice, in terms that apply generally across the spectrum of deity practices. It offers an overview of Tibetan tantric practice that explains its concepts, clarifies its terminology, and shows how its myriad pieces fit together, including an extensive teaching on the bardos.
The Practice of Green Tara — by Bardor Tulku Rinpoche
This teaching is on the deity called Arya Tara. Often known as the great liberator who rescues beings from the eight great fears. She is one the bodhisattvas that Avalokiteshvara created from a drop of his tear.
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.