Lojong Shenpa Shidrel – by Sachen Kunga Nyingpo
The Mind-training of Parting from the Four Attachments - with commentary by Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche.
A Compendium of Ways of Knowing - A Clear Mirror of what should he Accepted and Rejected — With commentary by Ngawang Dhargyey
This book introduces the system of philosophical logic followed by Tibetan Buddhists.
Change of Heart - The Bodhisattva Peace Training of Chagdud Tulku — compiled by Lama Shenpen Drolma
Offers wisdom on becoming a bodhisattva, or spiritual warrior of compassion. Helps to understand human interconnectedness and alleviate suffering.
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.
The Wheel of Sharp Weapons - A Mahayana Training of the Mind — by Dharmaraksita
With Commentary by Geshe Ngawang Dhargyey
The Great Path of Awakening - A Commentary on the Mahayana Teaching of the Seven Points of Mind Training — by Jamgon Kongtrul
Clear and concise instructions for practicing the techniques of mind training (Lojong), with an emphasis on meeting the ordinary situations of life, employing intelligence and compassion under all circumstances.
Carefree Dignity - Discourses on Training in the Nature of Mind — by Tsoknyi Rinpoche
Simple, straightforward and profound, this is a book that captivates our intellect while enriching our awareness.
Lojong Teachings — by 14th Shamarpa
His Holliness Kunzig Shamar Rinpoche's Commentary on Asanga's 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.
Buddhism With an Attitude - The Tibetan Seven-Point Mind Training — by B. Alan Wallace
This work explains Lojong - a fundamental type of Buddhist mental training which is designed to shift our attitudes so that our minds become pure wellsprings of joy instead of murky pools of problems, anxieties, fleeting pleasures, hopes, and frustrations.