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Dzogchen Foremost Instructions, "A Garland of Views" Dzogchen Foremost Instructions, "A Garland of Views"

This books centres on a very famous teaching given by Padmasambhava, on how to understand the nine levels of view set out in the Guhyagarbha Tantra, the root tantra of Mahayoga. Longchen Rabjam's explanation of the relevant portion of the tantra, and Ju Miphams major commentary on Padmasambhava's teaching are also provided to clarify the original teaching, which is quite terse. Padmasambhava's teaching includes a great deal of Dzogchen instruction. Extensive introduction that clarifies many difficult points, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.

: $25.00

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The Lion's Roar of the Ultimate Non-Dual Buddha Nature The Lion's Roar of the Ultimate Non-Dual Buddha Nature

Features a text by Ju Mipham Namgyal that explains sugata essence (sugatagarbha or buddha nature) and how it should be understood according to the Nyingma view. In it, he refutes the Gelugpa approach. There is a companion text, "The Lion's Roar that Proclaims Other Emptiness", which is also available in this store. Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.

: $25.00
The Lion's Roar that Proclaims Other Emptiness The Lion's Roar that Proclaims Other Emptiness

This book features a text that contains a fine explanation of Other Emptiness by the Tibetan master Ju Mipham Namgyal. The text is noteworthy for its precise refutation of the Gelugpa tradition's attempts to destroy the Other Emptiness teaching. It is one of a pair of texts; the sister text, "The Lion's Roar of the Ultimate Non-Dual Buddha Nature", is also available in this store. Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.

: $15.00
The Method of Preserving the Face of Rigpa The Method of Preserving the Face of Rigpa

This book features the text "The Method of Preserving the Face of Rigpa, The Essence of Wisdom". Preservation is an important aspect of training in the Thorough Cut (Thregcho) practice of Dzogchen. The book with this specific teaching is one of several that are essential reading for practitioners of Thorough Cut and are available in this store. The text is by Ju Mipham Namgyal, the introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.

: $15.00
Unending Auspiciousness, Sutra of the Recollection of the Noble Three Jewels Unending Auspiciousness, Sutra of the Recollection of the Noble Three Jewels

This book present the Sutra of the Recollection of the Noble Three Jewels. It contains the sutra that is the original teaching of the Buddha, in-depth explanations of it, and extensive commentaries to it by Ju Mipham, Taranatha, and the author. This book, with its explanations of the meaning of Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha given by the Buddha himself, is essential reading for all Buddhists. The sutra is traditionally recited every day by both lay and ordained Buddhists. There great of information included which is essential reading for translators of Tibetan Buddhism. Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.

: $30.00
Way of the Realized Old Dogs Way of the Realized Old Dogs

This book features the text "The Way of the Realized Old Dogs, Advice that Points Out the Essence of Mind, called 'A Lamp That Dispels Darkness'", which is a very popular text amongst Dzogchen practitioners in Tibet. It was not written for the monks and nuns, but specifically for lay yogis or urban yogis, and is particularly popular among them. It is a companion to several other books in this shop that cover the meaning of the Thorough Cut (Tregcho) and Direct Crossing (Thogal) practices of Dzogchen, such as "Words of the Old Dog Vijay". Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.

: $20.00