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.
Philosophy and Psychology in the Abhidharma — by Herbert V. Guenther
A synoptic view of the significance of the Abhidharma as presented by the Theravadins and brought to its climax by the Vaibhasikas and Yogacara-Vijnanavadins.
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 Inner Science of Buddhist Practice - Vasubandhu's Summary of the Five Heaps With Commentary by Sthiramati — by Artemus B. Engle
These works present the traditional Buddhist analysis of ordinary experience.
A Fearless Heart — by Thupten Jinpa
This book shows us how to train our compassion muscle to relieve stress, fight depression, improve our health, achieve our goals, and change our world.
Seven Works of Vasubandhu - the Buddhist Psychological Doctor - by Stefan Anacker
The seven treatises presented here are complete works with a most varied range of topics and serve at least as an introduction to his thought.
A Comprehensive Manual of Abhidhamma - The Abhidhammattha Sangaha of Acariya Anuruddha — by Bhikkhu Bodhi
This is the classical introduction to the study of Abhidhamma - the Buddhist philosophy of mind and mental processes.
Transcending Ego - Distinguishing Consciousness From Wisdom — by the Third Karmapa Rangjung Dorje
This work presents a translation of Rangjung Dorje's brilliant 36 verse doha spanning this topic and includes a lucid and accessible commentary on these verses by Thrangu Rinpoche.
Twelve Examples of Illusion — by Jan Westerhoff
The author offers an engaging look at a dozen illusions - including magic tricks, dreams, rainbows, and reflections in a mirror - showing how these phenomena can give us insight into reality. Makes both Buddhist philosophical ideas and the latest theories of mind and brain come alive for the general reader.
Buddhism With an Attitude - The Tibetan Seven-Point Mind Training — by B. Alan Wallace
This work explains Lojong - a fundamental type of Buddhist mental training which is designed to shift our attitudes so that our minds become pure wellsprings of joy instead of murky pools of problems, anxieties, fleeting pleasures, hopes, and frustrations.