Teachings by Subject

Teachings by Alphabetical Order

Jetsun Dragpa Gyaltsen

Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen

Drogon Chogyal Pagpa

Khyabgon Sakya Trizin

Gongma Dagchen Rinpoche

Dezhung Rinpoche

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche

The Tree of Enlightenment

Introductory Bibliography

Miscellaneous Links

 

Jetsun Dragpa Gyaltsen

 

 

 

 

The Separation From The Four Attachments. The Root Text with a short history by Jetsun Dragpa Gyaltsen and the text by Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen together with a bibliography of related material.

"Sometimes, in the space of the sky, there is bliss; in the state without extremes or center, there is bliss. Sometimes, in the depth of the ocean, there is bliss; in the state without movement or agitation, there is bliss. Sometimes, at the sun and the moon, there is bliss; in the state of clarity without obscuration, there is bliss. Sometimes, in the middle of a river, there is bliss; in the state without ceasing, there is bliss. Sometimes, residing in retreat, there is bliss; in practicing in solitude, there is bliss." - excerpt from Jetsun Dragpa Gyaltsen's Doha, Song of Experience."

   

Sakya Pandita

The Questions of the Contemplative Nyimo Gomchen and the Responses of Sakya Pandita.

   

Chogyal Pagpa

A Gift of Dharma to Kublai Khan by Chogyal Pagpa, translated by Jared Rhoton. Copyright 1976 by the Victoria Buddhist Dharma Society, Victoria B.C. Canada. (Without introduction or end notes).

   

Khyabgon Sakya Trizin

A Short Dharma Teaching by Khyabgon Sakya Trizin. Bristol, England, 1984.

Tulkus: an interview with Sakya Trizin. 'Testimonies of Tibetan Tulkus.'

Monasticism, Westerners, Families, Vajrayana and Dragons: An Interview with Sakya Trizin. Bristol, England, 1991.

Following the Path, Reading the Signs: Sakya Trizin. Bristol, England, 1991.

An Interview With Sakya Trizin, first published as "Conversation with the Sakya Lama" by Raymond and Marie Steiner. Simply Living (No. 12, 1982) and the Tibetan Review, November 1982.

The Necessity of Meditating in the City: A short teaching by Sakya Trizin.

   

Gongma Dagchen Rinpoche

Tulkus: an interview with Sakya Gongma Dagchen Rinpoche.
'Testimonies of Tibetan Tulkus.'

   

Dezhung Rinpoche

On Realization of the Nature of Mind by Dezhung Rinpoche Kunga Tenpai Nyima.

Proper Motivation and Behaviour for Receiving Dharma Teachings by Dezhung Rinpoche.

Buddhism Without Sectarianism; a teaching by Dezhung Rinpoche.

   

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche

A gentle rain shower of reason cooling the burning flames of arrogance arising from Euro and Western-centricity: Distortion, an interview in the Shambhala Sun with Dzongsar Khyentse Chokyi Gyatso.

   

The Tree of Enlightenment

'The Tree of Enlightenment,' An Introduction to the Major Traditions of Buddhism' by Peter Della Santina. A complete text, available for downloading, on the basics of Buddhism covering the original teachings of the Buddha, including Abhidharma and Tantra.

Acarya Nagarjuna's 'A Letter to a Friend'. Translation by Peter Della Santina. A teaching in the form of a letter offered to King Gautamiputra, friend and patron to Nagarjuna.

Buddhism In Practice: eight introductory lectures on Buddhism by Peter Della Santina.

   

Miscellaneous Links

The Dooor of Happiness; a prayer for the happiness of all that lives by Ngorchen Kunga Zangpo.

Discourse on Happiness by Shakyamuni Buddha.

The Heart Sutra, Vajrachedika, and many others - all on line.

The Vimilakirti Nirdesa Sutra: translated by Robert Thurman. The complete text. (228 K)

General Buddhist Etiquette: compilied from various sources by Jeff Watt.


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