Distinguishing Phenomena From Their Intrinsic Nature - Maitreya's Dharmadharmatavibhanga — with commentaries by Khenpo Shenga and Ju Mipham
Outlining the difference between appearance and reality, this work shows that the path to awakening involves leaving behind the inaccurate and limiting beliefs we have about ourselves and the world around us and opening ourselves to the limitless potential of our true nature.
The Hundred Verses of Advice - of Padampa Sangye — by Dilgo Khyentse
Tibetan Buddhist Teachings on What Matters Most. Offers guidance for people trying to lead a dharmic life in the workaday world.
Golden Letters - The Three Statements of Garab Dorje, First Dzogchen Master
The teachings of Dzogchen, which directly introduces the practitioner to the Nature of Mind, first expounded by Garab Dorje in the country of Uddiyana and later went to India and Tibet.
Masters of Meditation and Miracles - Lives of the Great Buddhist Masters of India and Tibet — by Tulku Thondup
The Longchen Nyingthig Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. This book presents colorful biographies of thirty-five realized teachers whose lives were full of peace, enlightenment, and amazing miracles.
Frameworks of Buddhist Philosophy — by Jamgon Kongtrul - The Treasury of Knowledge - Volume 5
This particular book presents the primary doctrinal points of the different schools of Tibetan Buddhism.
Indo-Tibetan Classical Learning and Buddhist Phenomenology — by Jamgon Kongtrul - The Treasury of Knowledge - Volume 4
Concisely summarizing the theoretical fields of knowledge to be studied prior to the cultivation of reflection and discriminative awareness.
Buddhist Ethics — by Jamgon Kongtrul - The Treasury of Knowledge - Volume 3
Provides a clearly structured and lucid exposition of the qualities of spiritual teachers and their students, as well as of the ethical systems of Hinayana, Mahayana, and Vajrayana Buddhism.
Buddhism's Journey to Tibet — by Jamgon Kongtrul - The Treasury of Knowledge - Volume 2
This book presents Kongtrul's masterful history of Buddhism in India and Tibet.
The Karmapa's Middle Way - Feast for the Fortunate — by the 9th Karmapa Wangchuk Dorje
This work contains Wangchuk Dorje's comprehensive commentary on the Indian master Chandrakirti's seminal text - the Madhyamakavatara or Entrance to the Middle Way.