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  1. The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa

    The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa

    A New Translation

    • by
    • Tsangnyon Heruka
    Milarepa (1040–1123) is perhaps the best-known and most beloved religious figure in Tibetan Buddhism, celebrated throughout the Tibetan Buddhist world with the recitation of his teaching songs by monastics and laypeople alike. The archetype of the ordinary being who overcomes nearly insurmountable obstacles on the spiritual path through the sheer force of effort, faith, and perseverance, he is remembered for having achieved enlightenment “in a single lifetime.”This volume, like its… Read More

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  2. Yoga FAQ

    Yoga FAQ

    Almost Everything You Need to Know about Yoga—from Asanas to Yamas

    • by
    • Richard Rosen
    This collection of questions and answers explains the nuts and bolts of yoga philosophy and practice in a completely clear and readable way. Richard Rosen is known for his engaging teaching and writing style and in this book he gives pithy, accessible explanations of key apects of the tradition, such as:Yoga’s main texts, including the Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutra, among othersYamas and niyamasThe subtle body—what it means and what… Read More

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  3. The Virtuous Tart

    The Virtuous Tart

    Sinful but Saintly Recipes for Sweets, Treats, and Snacks

    • by
    • Susan Jane White
    Now you can have your cake and eat it too! Discover virgin drinks, virtuous tarts, and saintly treats that are packed with nutritional hits that love your body, boost your brain, and make you feel and look great. In over 60 recipes with healthy benefits you’ll discover new ingredients that not only taste better but treat your body better too. Recipes include:Piña Kale-ada, full of fortifying folateLemon Shizzle Cake, bursting… Read More

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  4. Entering the Way of the Great Vehicle

    Entering the Way of the Great Vehicle

    Dzogchen as the Culmination of the Mahāyanā

    • by
    • Rongzom Chokyi Zangpo
    Rongzom Chökyi Zangpo, also known as Rongzompa, is considered one of the three great pillars of the original tradition of Buddhism, the Nyingma, that arrived in Tibet in the eighth century and still thrives today. He was a pioneer at systematizing the philosophical underpinnings of the variety of views and practices of Buddhism in India and Tibet. Surprisingly, only one other work of his is in English and it is… Read More

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  5. The Heart of Centering Prayer

    The Heart of Centering Prayer

    Nondual Christianity in Theory and Practice

    • by
    • Cynthia Bourgeault
    Cynthia Bourgeault claims that the salvation Jesus taught was in fact the perception of nonduality—and she’s becoming famous for how she backs up this claim quite reasonably, relying on the Bible, church fathers, and especially the Christian contemplative tradition.The notion of nondual Christianity doesn’t originate with her, of course, but she’s prominent as one of the more articulate voices making people aware of it today. In this new book, she… Read More

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  6. The Great Exposition of Secret Mantra, Volume 1

    The Great Exposition of Secret Mantra, Volume 1

    Tantra in Tibet (Revised Edition)

    • by
    • H.H. the Fourteenth Dalai Lama,
    • Tsongkhapa
    • edited by
    • Jeffrey Hopkins
    This is the first book in a series presenting The Great Exposition of Secret Mantra. Tantra in Tibet consists of three parts published under the auspices of the Dalai Lama. “Essence of Tantra” by the Dalai Lama discusses tantra for practice, refuge, the three paths, greatness of mantra, clear light, and initiation. “The Great Exposition of Secret Mantra—Part 1” by Tsongkhapa is one of the principal classic texts on tantra.… Read More

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  7. Love Hurts

    Love Hurts

    Buddhist Advice for the Heartbroken

    • by
    • Lodro Rinzler
    Buddhism has a lot to say about suffering—and there are likely few times we suffer more intensely than when we break up with a romantic partner. It feels like you may never recover sometimes. But Lodro Rinzler has wonderfully good news for those suffering heartbreak: the 2,500-year-old teachings of the Buddha are the ultimate antidote for emotional pain. And you don’t need to be a Buddhist for them to apply… Read More

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  8. A Guided Tour of Hell

    A Guided Tour of Hell

    A Graphic Memoir

    • by
    • Samuel Bercholz
    Take a trip through the realms of hell with a man whose temporary visitor’s pass gave him a horrifying—and enlightening—preview of its torments. This true account of Sam Bercholz’s near-death experience has more in common with Dante’s Inferno than it does with any of the popular feel-good stories of what happens when we die. In the aftermath of heart surgery, Sam, a longtime Buddhist practitioner and teacher, is surprised to… Read More

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  9. A Torch Lighting the Way to Freedom

    A Torch Lighting the Way to Freedom

    Complete Instructions on the Preliminary Practices

    • by
    • Dudjom Rinpoche,
    • Jigdrel Yeshe Dorje
    The foundations of Vajrayana practice are laid out with eloquence and precision here by one of the greatest Tibetan Buddhist masters of our age. His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche’s commentary on the preliminary practices (ngöndro) is informed by his profound realization and wide-ranging scholarship, and illuminated with an array of quotations from the Vinaya, Sutra, and Tantra traditions. In addition to the commentary on the outer and inner preliminary practices, he… Read More

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  10. The Buddha before Buddhism

    The Buddha before Buddhism

    Wisdom from the Early Teachings

    • by
    • Gil Fronsdal
    The Aṭṭhakavagga, or “Book of Eights,” is believed by scholars to be among the earliest of written Buddhist texts, and in it we find the Buddha’s teaching pared down to its most uncomplicated essence. Gil Fronsdal’s translation and commentary reveals the text’s central concern to be the joy that comes from recognizing and letting go of attachment to the illusory views that create suffering. It’s simple medicine that works for… Read More

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