Tibetan Buddhism in Western Perspective — by Herbert V. Guenther
10 articles that clarify the distinctive qualities of Tibetan philosophy and religious practice.
Buddhist Philosophy in Theory and Practice — by Herbert V. Guenther
Growth of Buddhist philosophy as an encompassing vision that seeks to discover the Knowable and to reveal the nature of Being.
Dakini Power - Twelve Extraordinary Women Shaping the Transmission of Tibetan Buddhism in the West — by Michaela Haas
Personal reflections and life stories from 12 contemporary female Tibetan Buddhist teachers.
Eminent Nuns - Women Chan Masters of Seventeenth-Century China ― by Beata Grant
An important perspective on female monasticism in China, and the contribution of Buddhist nuns to the history of Chinese women's writing.
Taking the Path of Zen — by Robert Aitken
This work presents the practice, lifestyle, rationale, and ideology of Zen Buddhism with remarkable clarity.
Dangerous Friend - The Teacher-Student Relationship in Vajrayana Buddhism — by Rig'dzin Dorje
This work offers an in-depth exploration of this mysterious and complex bond, a relationship of paramount importance in Tibetan Buddhist practice.
Dharma Paths — by Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche
Buddhist ways of working with anxiety and frustration, the nature and development of love and compassion, and the profound methods of the Vajrayana.
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.
Trainings in Compassion - Manuals on the Meditation of Avalokiteshvara — translated by Tyler Dewer
Includes translations of key Kagyu lineage meditation manuals for the practice of the deity of compassion Avalokiteshvara.