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Rainbow Body: The Life and Realization of a Tibetan Yogin, Togden Ugyen Tendzin

by Chogyal Namkhai Norbu & Andriano Clemente

Rainbow Body: The Life and Realization of a Tibetan Yogin, Togden Ugyen Tendzin, presents the remarkable life story of Togden Ugyen Tendzin (1888–1962), a Tibetan yogin who in death achieved the “rainbow...


Borobudur: Golden Tales of the Buddhas

by John Miksic, Anita Tranchini & Marcello Tranchini

The glorious ninth–century Buddhist stupa of Borobudur—the largest Buddhist monument in the world—stands in the midst of the lush Kedu Plain of Central Java in Indonesia, where it is visited annually by...


A Guide to Zen: Lessons from a Modern Master

by Katsuki Sekida

Katsuki Sekida's vast and classic work, Zen Training, has been carefully edited to provide a short, brilliant, and complete course in Zen training from a modern master.


Zen War Stories

by Brian Victoria

Following the critically acclaimed Zen at War (1997), Brian Victoria explores the intimate relationship between Japanese institutional Buddhism and militarism during the Second World War.

Victoria reveals for...


The Tao of Zen

by Ray Grigg & William Gaetz

The premise of The Tao of Zen is that Zen is really Taoism in the disguise of Buddhism - an assumption being made by more and more Zen scholars.

This is the first book that links the long-noted philosophical...


Zen Masters of China: The First Step East

by Richard Bryan McDaniel & Albert Low

[Zen Masters of China presents more than 300 traditional Zen stories and koans, far more than any other collection. Retelling them in their proper place in Zen’s historical journey, it also tells a larger...


The Monks and Me: How 40 Days at Thich Nhat Hanh's French Monastery Guided Me Home

by Mary Paterson

"Death can be a destabilizing force. And when it touches you closely, you must somehow discover a way to find and rebuild your secure home," popular yoga instructor Mary Paterson writes. With the death of her...


Natural Appearances, Natural Liberation: A Nyingma Meditative Guide on the Six Bardos of Living and Dying

by Master Shek-wing Tam, Samten Migdon & Tulku , Rinpoche Thondup

Natural Appearances, Natural Liberation is based on the six bardos teachings from a series of hidden treasure texts known as the "Profound Dharma of Natural Liberation through the Intention of the Peaceful and...


An American Buddhist Life: Memoirs of a Modern Dharma Pioneer

by Charles Prebish & Damien Keown

An American Buddhist Life: Memoirs of a Modern Dharma Pioneer recounts the 45-year career of Charles Prebish, one of the foremost scholars of Buddhism in the West, confidante of many Buddhist teachers and author...


Lama Chopa: The Guru Puja

by Panchen Lozang Chokyi Gyaltsen, Rob Preece & Zasep , Rinpoche Tulku

Lama Chopa was compiled by the first Panchen Lama, Panchen Lozang Chokyi Gyaltsen (1570-1662), teacher of the fifth Dalai Lama (1617-1682). Lama Chopa became so popular that almost everyone in the Gelugpa tradition...


Rimey Lama Chopa: A Tibetan Rimey Tantric Feast

by Dilgo , Rinpoche Khyentse, Glenn Mullin & Venerable Mathieu Ricard

Rimey Lama Chopa, known as "Invoking The Nectar Of Wisdom: Prayers, Praises and Offering [inspired by] the Remembrance of the Assembly of Supreme Beings from the Various Lineages of the Muni's Teachings", was...


If the Buddha Had Kids: Raising Children to Create a More Peaceful World

by Charlotte Kasl

The bestselling If the Buddha . . . series continues with some Zen wisdom for frantic parents

In an age when so many kids seem to be glued to video games and eating fast food dinners on the way to a soccer game,...


The Narrow Way: A Memoir Of Coming Out, Getting Clean and Finding Buddha

by Chris Lemig

A harrowing and sometimes beautiful story of a man who lost his mind only to find it again halfway across the world.


Buddhism and Iconoclasm in East Asia: A History

by Fabio Rambelli & Eric Reinders

This is a cross-cultural study of the multifaceted relations between Buddhism, its materiality, and instances of religious violence and destruction in East Asia, which remains a vast and still largely unexplored...


Zen and Zen Classics volume 1: From the Upanishads to Huineng

by R. H. Blyth

This is not a dry scholarly book on Zen.

It is a fascinating introduction into a study of self-enlightenment and inner reason that has been a driving force of all Japanese culture. Written by Reginal Horace Blyth...


The Essence of Zen: The Teachings of Sekkei Harada

by Sekkei Harada & Daigaku Rumme

The Essence of Zen is an expert's guided tour of the ins and outs of the tradition's approach to meditation, enlightenment, and the oneness of all things. To read it is to enter into one of modern Japanese Zen's...


The Flight of the Garuda: The Dzogchen Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism

by Keith Dowman

Dzogchen, a tradition of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism, is considered by many to be an extremely powerful path to enlightenment. This ground-breaking book offers translations of four sacred texts of...


Zongmi on Chan

by Jeffrey Lyle Broughton

Japanese Zen often implies that textual learning ( gakumon) in Buddhism and personal experience ( taiken) in Zen are separate, but the career and writings of the Chinese Tang dynasty Chan master Guifeng Zongmi...


When a Woman Becomes a Religious Dynasty: The Samding Dorje Phagmo of Tibet

by Hildegard Diemberger & Marilyn Strathern

In the fifteenth century, the princess Chokyi Dronma was told by the leading spiritual masters of her time that she was the embodiment of the ancient Indian tantric deity Vajravarahi, known in Tibetan as Dorje...


Head, Eyes, Flesh, Blood: Giving Away the Body in Indian Buddhist Literature

by Reiko Ohnuma

Head, Eyes, Flesh, and Blood is the first comprehensive study of a central narrative theme in premodern South Asian Buddhist literature: the Buddha's bodily self-sacrifice during his previous lives as a bodhisattva....