Distinguishing Phenomena From Their Intrinsic Nature - Maitreya's Dharmadharmatavibhanga — with commentaries by Khenpo Shenga and Ju Mipham
Outlining the difference between appearance and reality, this work shows that the path to awakening involves leaving behind the inaccurate and limiting beliefs we have about ourselves and the world around us and opening ourselves to the limitless potential of our true nature.
The Guhyagarbha Tantra - Secret Essence Definitive Nature Just As It Is — by Longchenpa
This Secret Essence Tantra is the most advanced and extensively studied tantra within the Nyingma lineage. The author includes complete explanations of the peaceful and wrathful mandalas as well as practical instructions needed to attain the four states of vidyadharahood.
The Heart Treasure of the Enlightened Ones - The Practice of View, Meditation, and Action — by Dilgo Khyentse & Patrul Rinpoche
In this book, two great Tibetan Buddhist masters of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries challenge us to critically examine our materialistic preoccupations and think carefully about how we want to spend the rest of our lives.
The Excellent Path to Enlightenment - Oral Teachings on the Root Text of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo — by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
This book explains a key practice text composed by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo (1820–1892) on the Vajrayana preliminaries.
Eye of the Storm - Radical Dzogchen - Vairotsana's Five Original Transmissions
Translated by Keith Dowman, Foreword by Bhakha Tulku Pema Rigdzin. The five texts translated from Tibetan into English in this book are considered the first transmission of Dzogchen Ati to Tibet.
The Uttara Tantra - A Treatise on Buddha Nature — A Commentary on The Uttara Tantra Shastra of Maitreya and Asanga
A translation of the root text and a commentary of Maitreya's and Asanga's classic text, explaining Buddha nature. The Uttara Tantra is one of the main texts of the Mahayana path. It establishes that there is Buddha-nature in all sentient beings.
Nagarjuna's Letter to a Friend — with commentary by Kyabje Kangyur Rinpoche
Master Nagarjuna wrote this celebrated poem as a gift of advice to a South Indian king, and it has since become a monument in the Indian shastra tradition. It covers the entire Mahayana path, combining a practical approach to daily conduct with a theoretical exposition of the different stages leading to enlightenment.