Changing Minds - Contributions to the Study of Buddhism and Tibet in Honor of Jeffrey Hopkins
A book offered in tribute to Jeffrey Hopkins by colleagues and former students.
Meditation Differently - Phenomenological-psychological Aspects of Tibetan Buddhist (Mahamudra and sNying-thig) Practices from Original Tibetan Sources — by Herbert V. Guenther
Supplemented by a detailed commentary based on original Tibetan sources.
The Crystal Mirror - Clearly Showing All The Steps By Which The Path Of Liberation Is Traversed In This Fortunate Kalpa — by Kalu Rinpoche
Teaching on the Kagyu Mahamudra preliminary practices, given by Rinpoche during the Kalachakra initiation in the early eighties in New York.
Gampopa`s Mahamudra - The Five-Part Mahamudra of the Kagyus — by Lotsawa Tony Duff
A compendium of Kagyu teachings that accurately transmits the whole 'Five-Part Mahamudra' system.
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.
Tilopa's Mahamudra Upadesha - The Gangama Instructions With Commentary — by Sangyes Nyenpa
This book offers the reader a window into the oral transmission of these instructions, given in a traditional Tibetan context by one of the Kagyu lineage's most learned and accomplished contemporary masters.
Clarifying the Natural State - A Principal Guidance Manual for Mahamudra — by Dakpo Tashi Namgyal
A Buddhist Classic. Presenting the profound and ultimate instructions of Mahamudra, it embodies the realization of India and Tibet's greatest masters.
Dusum Khyenpa's Songs and Teachings - A Variety of Songs and Teachings from the First Karmapa's Collected Works by Tony Duff
Gampopa Teaches Essence Mahamudra - Interviews with his heart disciples, Dusum Khyenpa and others
The two volumes collectively contain all of the "Interviews" section of Gampopa's Collected Works. These are amongst the most interesting writings to be found in Tibetan literature because of the very personal quality found in them.