Buddhism Plain and Simple - The practice of being aware right now every day — by Steve Hagen
This is a book about awareness itself - being awake, alert, in touch with what's actually happening.
Treasures on the Tibetan Middle Way — by Herbert V. Guenther
Originally published in the Netherlands, 1969, under the title Tibetan Buddhism Without Mystification , by E. J. Brill, Leiden.
Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrines - Seven Books of Wisdom of the Great Path - According to the Late Lama Kazi Dawa-Samdup's English Rendering — by W.Y. Evans-Wentz
This volume contains seven distinct yet intimately related treatises translated from the Tibetan.
Moonshadows - Conventional Truth in Buddhist Philosophy — by The Cowherds
This book asks: What is true about conventional truth and what are the implications of an understanding of conventional truth for our lives?
Echoes From an Empty Sky - The Origin of the Buddhist Doctrine of the Two Truths — by John B. Buescher
For the first time, eschews an exclusively Mahayana standpoint for the exploration of the two truths in order to examine the doctrine in the context of the Hinayana.
Gampopa - the Monk and the Yogi · His Life and Teachings — by Trungram Gyaltrul Rinpoche
In addition to a bibliography, appendices include a map and a table of place names related to Gampopa and tables summarizing the events in his life.
Visuddhimagga - The Path of Purification - The Classic Manual of Buddhist Doctrine and Meditation by Buddhaghosa
One of Buddhism's foundational texts, a systematic examination and condensation of Buddhist doctrine and meditation technique.
The Noble Eightfold Path - The Way to the End of Suffering by Bhikkhu Bodhi
The present book aims at contributing towards a proper understanding of the Noble Eightfold Path by investigating its eight factors and their components to determine exactly what they involve.
The Buddha and His Dhamma by Bhikkhu Bodhi
Two lectures on Buddhism. The first part explores the Buddha's mission, the second his doctrine and path.
The Great Perfection (rDzogs Chen) - A Philosophical and Meditative Teaching of Tibetan Buddhism — by Samten Gyaltsen Karmay
Its inception is attributed to Vairotsana, one of the first seven Tibetan Buddhist monks ordained at Samye in the eight century A.D.