The Dark Red Amulet - Oral Instructions on the Practice of Vajrakilaya — by Palden Sherab and Tsewang Dongyal
This work presents the Vajrayana practice of Vajrakilaya according to the oral transmission lineage of the great seventeenth-century treasure-revealer Tsasum Lingpa.
Generating the Deity — by Gyatrul Rinpoche
This work offers a detailed presentation of the generation stage practice of tantric deity yoga. These are step-by-step teachings on the genereation stage practices of deity yoga as they were practiced in Tibet.
Daring Steps Toward Fearlessness · The Three Vehicles of Buddhism — by Ringu Tulku
This work draws on several venerable sources, ranging from Buddha's earliest teachings to a Vajayanna texts.
A Lamp to Illuminate the Five Stages · Teachings on Guhyasamaja Tantra — by Tsongkhapa - translated by Gavin Kilty (Library of Tibetan Classics - Volume 15)
Covers the subtle human physiology of channels and winds along with the process of dying, bardo and rebirth.
Mind Training - The Great Collection — compiled by Shonu Gyalchok and Konchok Gyaltsen, translated by Thupten Jinpa (Library of Tibetan Classic - volume 1)
The volume contains forty-four individual texts, including the most important works of the Lojong cycle, together with the earliest commentaries on these seminal texts.
Flight of the Garuda - A Complete Explanation of Thorough Cut by Zhabkar — translated by PKTC
A series of 23 songs sung by the Dzogchen master for the sake of his students. The songs explain Trekcho - one of the two innermost practices of Dzogchen.
The Life of Padmasambhava — by Taranatha
Biography of Padmasambhava - the famed master from Oddiyana who introduced Tantric Buddhism in Tibet in the eighth century.
Recognition of Dharma King - Who is genuine Karmapa — by Winston Lai and Felix Wan
Documents, testimonials etc, concerned to 'Karmapa Controversy'.
Great Accomplishment - Teachings on the Drubchen Ceremony — by Padmasambhava and others Masters
Detailed explanations of Vajrayana practices and the underlying theories from which they derive.