Madhyamaka and Yogacara - Allies or Rivals? — by Jay L. Garfield and Jan Westerhoff
This collection of essays addresses the degree to which these philosophical approaches are consistent or complementary.
A Buddhist Bible — by Dwight Goddard
A collection of translations of a cross-section of Buddhist traditions - Theravada, Mahayana, Zen, Tibetan and other Buddhists schools of thought.
The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation - Or the Method of Realizing Nirvana Through Knowing the Mind — by Padmasambhava
The repository of teachings of paramount importance, transmitted to the peoples of Occident from most illustrious Teachers of Tibet and of India.
The Jewel Ladder - A Preliminary Nyingma Lamrim — by Gyurme Dorjee
This commentary by Khamtrul Rinpoche given in simple and lucid language unravels the gist of Rin-chen them-skas.
The Two Truths Debate - Tsongkhapa and Gorampa on the Middle Way — by Sonam Thakchoe
This work digs into the debate of how the two truths are defined and how they are related by looking at two figures. It shows how their philosophical positions have dramatic implications for how one approaches Buddhist practice and how one understands enlightenment itself.
Echoes From an Empty Sky - The Origin of the Buddhist Doctrine of the Two Truths — by John B. Buescher
For the first time, eschews an exclusively Mahayana standpoint for the exploration of the two truths in order to examine the doctrine in the context of the Hinayana.
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.
The Lankavatara Sutra
The holy grail of Zen, it covers all the major teachings of Mahayana Buddhism. This is the only Zen sutra ever spoken by the Buddha.