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The Buddha Path By Dzogchen Khenpo Choga Rinpoche
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The Buddha Path is a concise practice manual, which provides the key to all of the Sutrayana, Vajrayana and Dzogchen teachings of the Buddha. Through the blessings of the holy Dzogchen Lineage, this... More > sacred book offers clear practice instructions for the beginning student, a lifetime's wealth of profound instructions for the advanced practitioner, and immeasurable benefit to all those who encounter it.< Less
2016 Buddha Path Calendar By Dzogchen Lineage Sangha
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Dzogchen Shri Singha Foundation USA is making available this wonderful January 2016 - February 2017 calendar. This calendar is a combined Tibetan Lunar and Western Gregorian calendar, which contains... More > information on all Buddhist holy days, sacred practice days, and many Dzogchen Lineages Masters' anniversaries. This is an essential tool for a Buddhist practitioner's awareness of auspicious time and sacred anniversaries.< Less
Tara Daily Practice Chinese By Choying Rabjam Dzogchen
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Chinese version of the Tara Daily Practice Sadhana for interns.
Approaching Dzogchen according to the Athri Cycle By Kyabje Lungtog Tenpai Nyima
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This book is an edited transcript of the discourse given by Kyabje Menri Tridzin Lungtog Tenpai Nyima Rinpoche during his visit to Shenten Dargye Ling Bönpo centre, France, in 2010. The... More > teachings are based on Athri Bönpo Dzogchen cycle and contain clear and lucid instructions on approaching Dzogchen, starting from Preliminary Practices right up to the Introduction to the Natural State of Mind, Dzogchen itself. Kyabje Menri Tridzin Rinpoche’s unique teaching style combines scholastic brilliance and profound personal experience with humour and a knowledge of life’s sometimes harsh realities. This book will be equally useful to all, from those who have just discovered the Yungdrung Bön tradition to academicians and scholars, students and practitioners.< Less
Yogacara Texts: Indo-Tibetan Sources of Dzogchen Mahamudra By Rodney Devenish
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The Yogacara Doctrine teaches one fundamental truth, namely that all beings are Buddha—‘sattva Buddha evam’—or, in other words, all beings are aspects of one all-embracing... More > absolute awareness, were they but to know it. This book sets a context for the study and meditation on ten pivotal texts of Yogacara. The source texts, translated from a practice perspective, derive from the Indo-Tibetan mahasiddha tradition and are presented with an ecumenical approach. As this collection of pithy Yogacara works will readily prove to the reader, the ancient ‘Practice Tradition of the Yogin’ (rnal-bhyor-pa’i sgrub-brgyud) is based on a clearly active realization of the essential nature of mind and consciousness gained through years of intensive examination and reflection. Yogacara approach advocates a dynamic form of meditation that is neither suppressive nor lethargic. The guide to this attainment, the mechanism that sharpens the mind’s penetrative and illuminative qualities, is metaphysical inquiry.< Less
Tendrel Nyingpo By Khenchen Tsewang Gyatso Rinpoche
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This book is based on a talk given by the learned Dzogchen master, Khenchen Tsewang Gyatso Rinpoche, at Namdroling Tibetan Buddhist Center in Bozeman, Montana. "The subject of this teaching is... More > interdependence. It is of course good to learn more about interdependent origination because, as we know, `Buddhism is so vast and so profound that, until one attains enlightenment, there is no way one can fathom everything. Interdependent origination, or how all phenomena arise interdependently, relates to all relative phenomena of the external world. No matter what explanations we have from modern science, physics, and technology, everything depends on causes and conditions, as far as how phenomena arise or come into existence."< Less
Natural Mind Meditation By Rodney Devenish
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Dzogchen Mahamudra and the Dynamic Awakening of Consciousness: the core practice, the highest approach to immediate enlightenment via the rapid path of Natural Mind Meditation, this text begins at... More > the very beginning while aiming to take the path of Vision through all the stages of higher Development, culminating at the level of No More Seeking. The instruction is clearly based on ancient authoritative tradition, but now at long last taught by a skilled Western expert in the field of spiritual counseling, Buddhist psychotherapy and Mahamudra Meditation, thus making a book that is ideal for the Western reader. The context for this practice is set within the wider scope of human evolution, its sources in the Ancient Wisdom, and the Wisdom Teachings of the world's great religions.< Less
Notes from Nowhere By Joseph Mentesana
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Short pieces exploring the meaning of Buddhist praxis are offered. Theses pieces attempt to orient readers away from fixed linguistic categories and point toward the beauty and wonder of direct,... More > natural awareness.< Less
Dharma Talks By Alexander Duncan
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Alexander Duncan (Tseten Thokmey) began his quest for the ultimate spiritual truth at the age of ten. Over half a century, this quest has involved him in everything from astrology to Vodun. Dharma... More > Talks is committed to the proposition that Buddhism represents the pre-eminent spiritual tradition of humanity. He found the perfection of wisdom in the vow of a bodhisattva and Dzogchen Buddhism. These are his thoughts on the Dharma Transmission to the West. This book replaces Dharma Notes.< Less
Seeking the End of Seeking By Roy Melvyn
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Is there a distinction between the experience of consciousness and the consciousness of experience? Is there a line that separates the two or are they the very Oneness that is sought after by so... More > many? In Seeking the End of Seeking, Roy Melvyn examines this and other issues such as: 1. When did I become "me"? 2. How do you locate that which can't be described? 3. How do you know when you are dreaming? 4. By what light is darkness discerned? Taken from personal journal entries and talks with other curious seekers, the author traverses this landscape with boldness and insight. Students of zen, advaita and dzogchen will want to add this important work to their library.< Less

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