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Vajrayana Buddhism is most closely associated with Tibet and can be characterized by the figure of the siddha, the master whose spiritual realization is so profound that he or she has power over the phenomenal world, and in whom the profundity and vastness of absolute truth is fully and completely manifested. Many of our most well-known authors come from this tradition of Tibetan Buddhism .

[Note: The tags for the various schools are not definitive as many books span multiple traditions, etc. They are meant to use as a starting point for exploring this collection.]

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  1. The Just King

    The Just King

    The Tibetan Buddhist Classic on Leading an Ethical Life

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    • Jamgön Mipham
    This first ever translation of Jamgön Mipham’s Treatise on Ethics for Kings is a substantial and historic contribution to the field of Buddhist ethics. The text consists of a set of verses advising the king of Dergé in Tibet on how to ethically behave in accordance with Buddhist principles. It is perhaps the longest premodern work of its kind and is designed as a code of conduct for anyone to… Read More

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  2. Buddhism for Busy People

    Buddhism for Busy People

    Finding Happiness in a Hurried World

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    • David Michie
    What does it take to be happy? We’ve all asked ourselves this question at some point, but few of us have found the path to lasting fulfillment.David Michie thought he had achieved his life’s goals—the high-level job, the expensive city apartment, the luxury car, the great vacations—but a small voice was telling him he wasn’t really happy. A chance remark from a naturopath sent him to his local Buddhist center.… Read More

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