An introduction to the tantric path and methods.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche: What We Do to Protect this Nonexistent Real I
A collection of advice from Lama Zopa Rinpoche on a wide range of topics and practices, in the form of letters and short talks.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche: The Self-Cherishing Thought
In two public lectures in California in July 1983, Lama Yeshe addressed the perils of the First Nuclear Age, exacerbated at that time by the Cold War and Americans' worries over the Soviet nuclear threat.
A compilation of teachings by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and other great Tibetan lamas on the path to enlightenment (lam-rim.)
A public talk on the essential practice of mind training (lo-jong)
A short Vajrasattva practice composed by Lama Zopa Rinpoche and published in a pocket-sized format. Whenever we have broken a vow or created any other kind of negative karma, we can purify that negativity with the four opponent powers without a second’s delay.
How to make eating the cause of enlightenment for oneself and all other sentient beings. Through the Mahayana practice of offering the food we eat, our lives become most beneficial, not only for ourselves but for all sentient beings.
This book contains two teachings by Lama Yeshe. The first teaching is The Three Principal Aspects of the Path and the second teaching, Introduction to Tantra, comprises the first two lectures of a commentary on the Chenrezig yoga method.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche: Life is Full of Hope
A teaching on buddha nature and the emptiness of the mind
Lama Zopa Rinpoche: Meditation on Emptiness and Tong-len
After a short discourse on emptiness, Rinpoche teaches tong-len, or taking and giving—the meditation practice of generating bodhicitta by taking on the suffering of others and giving them happiness