The Precious Treasury of Philosophical Systems - A Treatise Elucidating the Meaning of the Entire Range of Buddhist Teachings — by Longchenpa
This volume discusses the philosophical tenets of the entire spectrum of Buddhist teachings - Hinayana, Mahayana, Vajrayana, and Dzogchen.
The Precious Treasury of Pith Instructions — by Longchenpa
Distills the principles underlying the entire range of Buddhist practice in more than 400 stanzas, each consisting of six instructions or pieces of advice.
The Great Perfection (rDzogs Chen) - A Philosophical and Meditative Teaching of Tibetan Buddhism — by Samten Gyaltsen Karmay
Its inception is attributed to Vairotsana, one of the first seven Tibetan Buddhist monks ordained at Samye in the eight century A.D.
Treasury of Precious Qualities (Book 1 & 2) — by Jigme Lingpa
Hinayana, Mahayana & Vajrayana paths explained by the great Nyingma master.
The Dzogchen - Innermost Essence Preliminary Practice — by Jigme Lingpa
This is not only a preliminary practice but actually provides a complete means in itself for attaining the fully awakened state.
Vajra Speech - Pith Instructions For The Dzogchen Yogi — by Tulku Urgyen
A Commentary on The Quintessence of Spiritual Practice, The Direct Instructions of the Great Compassionate One. This Tibetan master's advice reduces negative emotions and naturally enables loving kindness, compassion and wisdom to flourish.
Lady of the Lotus-Born - The Life and Enlightenment of Yeshe Tsogyal — by Namkhai Nyingpo & Gyalwa Changchub
Yeshe Tsogyal was in all probability the first Tibetan ever to attain complete enlightenment. She was closest disciple of Padmasambhava, the master who introduced the Buddhist teachings to Tibet in the eighth century.
Myriad Worlds — by Jamgon Kongtrul - The Treasury of Knowledge - Volume 1
Describes four major cosmological systems found in the Tibetan tradition - those associated with the Hinayana, Mahayana, Kalachakra and Dzogchen teachings - each more subtle and profound than the last.
Buddhahood Without Meditation - A Visionary Account Known as Refining Apparent Phenomena (Nang-Jang) - by Dudjom Lingpa
This work presents the view of the Great Perfection (Dzogchen) through the approach known as trek-chöd (cutting through solidity).