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Long Discourses of the Buddha

The Long Discourses of the Buddha - A Translation of the Digha Nikaya  — by Maurice Walshe

This book offers a complete translation of the Digha Nikaya - the long discourses of the Buddha - one of the major collections of texts in the Pali Canon, the authorized scriptures of Theravada Buddhism. These suttas reveal the gentleness, compassion, power, and penetrating wisdom of the Buddha.

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Monday, 20 July 2015 00:00

Lojong Teachings

Lojong Teachings — by 14th Shamarpa

His Holliness Kunzig Shamar Rinpoche's Commentary on Asanga's Seven-Point Mind-Training.

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Friday, 17 July 2015 00:00

Seven-Point Mind Training

The Seven-Point Mind Training - A Tibetan Method for Cultivating Mind and Heart — by B. Alan Wallace

Lojong - the Seven-Point Mind Training - is a thousand-year-old set of Tibetan teachings for cultivating an open mind and a compassionate heart. This Mind Training is especially well-suited for an active life. It helps us to reexamine our relationships - to family, friends, enemies, and strangers - and gradually transform our responses to whatever life throws our way.

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Wednesday, 15 July 2015 00:00

Enlightened Courage

Enlightened Courage - An Explanation of the Seven-Point Mind Training — by Dilgo Khyentse

Condenses the path to Buddhahood into straight-forward practical instructions based on a famous text of slogans. This book enshrines the living experience and heart of two truly realized masters, translated by people who not only understand but also practice the teachings.

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Tuesday, 14 July 2015 00:00

Lojong Manual

A Concise Lojong Manual — by the 5th Shamarpa Konchok Yenlak

This condensed presentation of the lojong ("mind training") maxims and explanations is a practical companion book for more extensive commentaries. The original Tibetan text and its English translation are included, as well as a brief biographical sketch of Shamar Konchok Yenlak.

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Monday, 13 July 2015 00:00

Essential Mind Training

Essential Mind Training — by Thupten Jinpa

This volume contains eighteen individual works, including such renowned teachings as Atisa's Bodhisattva's Jewel Garland , Langri Thangpa's Eight Verses on Mind Training , and Chekawa's Seven-Point Mind Training , together with the earliest commentaries on these seminal texts as well as other independent works.

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Sunday, 12 July 2015 17:55

Mind Training

Mind Training — by Ringu Tulku

This work gives instructions for tonglen breathing practice that ties the concepts of lojong to the physical act of breathing. Focuses simply on giving up, self-cherishing, and transforming self-centered thinking into compassion, egoistic feelings into altruism, desire into acceptance, and resentment into joy.

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Sunday, 12 July 2015 17:41

Practice of Lojong

The Practice of Lojong - Cultivating Compassion Through Training the Mind — by Traleg Kyabgon

For many centuries Indian and Tibetan Buddhists have employed this collection of pithy, penetrating Dharma slogans to develop compassion, equanimity, loving kindness, and joy for others. Known as the Lojong - or mind-training - teachings, these slogans have been the subject of deep study, contemplation, and commentary by many great masters.

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Saturday, 16 May 2015 00:00

Masters of Mahamudra

Masters of Mahamudra - Songs and Histories of the Eighty-Four Buddhist Siddhas — by Keith Dowman

These eighty-four masters - some historical, some archetypal - accomplished this practice in India where they lived between the eighth and twelfth centuries. Leading unconventional lives, the siddhas include some of the greatest Buddhist teachers - Tilopa, Naropa, and Marpa among them.

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Thursday, 16 April 2015 21:02

Four Hundred Stanzas

Aryadeva's Four Hundred Stanzas on the Middle Way

Republished version of Yogic Deeds of Bodhisattvas. A core text and an absolute must-have for Mahayana Buddhist studies shelves.

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