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The Heart of Compassion NEW
The Thirty-seven Verses on the Practice of a Bodhisattva
By Dilgo Khyentse
Translated by the Padmakara Translation Group
The extraordinary set of instructions, a training manual composed in the fourteenth century by the Ngulchu Thogme, is explained in detail by one of the great Tibetan Buddhist masters of the twentieth century, Dilgo Khyentse. Many generations of Buddhist practitioners of all traditions have been inspired by these teachings. Dilgo Khyentse´s commentary on this classic text is his most extensive recorded teaching on Mahayana practice.
||The Great Medicine That Conquers Clinging to the Notion of Reality: Steps in Meditation on the Enlightened Mind NEW
By Shechen Rabjam
Foreword by Matthieu Ricard
Using the poetic verses of Shechen Gyaltsap Gyurme Pema Namgyal as a guide, Shechen Rabjam leads us in exploring the foundation of the awakened mind, the view of emptiness, and the inner workings of loving-kindness and bodhichitta. Rabjam Rinpoche´s teachings speaks out from his heart in a simple, unpretentious, yet powerful way.
|| Zurchungpa's Testament
Commentary by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche,
translated by the Padmakara Translation Group
A complete, detailed teaching on Zurchungpa's text with commentary by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, based on Shechen Gyaltsap's notes. Originally intended as essential instructions for a group of practitioners in three-year retreat, it serves as an indispensable guide for anyone who seriously wishes to practice the Great Perfection.
Snow Lion Publications. ISBN# 1559392649, 9781559392648.
Tibet: An Inner Journey
Text and photographs by Matthieu Ricard
Matthieu Ricard has been living in the Himalayas for over thirty years. In this moving photographic journey, Ricard takes readers into the heart of Buddhist spirituality and into the daily lives and festivals of the people of the Tibetan interior. The reader follows pilgrimages made by the great lamas of eastern Tibet; bears witness to the artistry of wood-engravers at the gigantic Derge printing work shops; and meets hermit monks in extremely remote regions. These experiences and many others are recorded here in 191 sublime color photographs.
Thames & Hudson ISBN# 0-500-54332-1
||Happiness: A Guide to Life's Most Important Skill
By Matthieu Ricard
In this revolutionary look at happiness, Matthieu Ricard draws from works of poetry and fiction, Buddhist thought, contemporary Western psychological and scientific research, and personal experience. He weaves an inspirational and forward account of how we can begin to rethink our realities in a fast-moving modern world. With lessons and exercises that blaze a clear path for readers, this is an eloquent and ground-breaking guide to a happier life.
Little Brown ISBN# 0-316-16725-8
||The Hundred Verses of Advice
By Dilgo Khyentse/Padampa Sangye
This book by eleventh-century scholar and teacher Padampa Sangye, accompanied by commentary by Dilgo Khyentse, offers guidance for all meditators who are trying to live in the workaday world and maintain their practice of the Buddhist teachings.
Shambhala Publications ISBN# 1-59030-154-4
by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
Khyentse Rinpoches commentary on the Seven Point Mind Training. This teaching is the very core of the entire practice of Tibetan Buddhism. It condenses the compassionate path to Buddhahood into practical instructions that make use of the circumstances of everyday life.
Snow Lion Publications ISBN# 1-55939-023-9
||The Excellent Path to Enlightenment
by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
Khyentse Rinpoche explains a key practice text on the Vajrayana preliminaries. Clear, direct and personal, these instructions illuminate the heart of Vajrayana practice.
Snow Lion Publications ISBN# 1-55939-064-6
||The Heart Treasure of the Enlightened Ones
by Dilgo Khyentse
Khyentse Rinpoche's commentary on a masterful teaching written
by Patrul Rinpoche 19th century) challenges us to critically
examine our materialistic preoccupations and provides practical
guidance in following the Buddhist path, starting from the
most basic motivation and culminating in the direct experience
Shambhala Publications ISBN# 0-87773-493-3
||The Wish-Fulfilling Jewel
by Dilgo Khyentse
Based on the teachings of the great eighteenth-century visionary Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa, the instructions in this book focus on the devotional practices of Guru Yoga,merging with the mind of the guru.
Shambhala Publications ISBN#1-57062-052-0
||Primordial Purity & Pure Appearance
by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
Completely retranslated from the spoken teachings given by Khyentse Rinpoche in the USA in 1987, these teachings are inspiring and immediately useful in one's meditation practice. Primordial Purity is a commentary on "The Three Words That Strike the Vital Point," an important dzogchen text on trekchö. Pure Appearance, now in a second revised edition (2002), includes a discussion of the four empowerments, the three samadhis, the six bardos, development stage practice, and the four binding forces.
To order these two books: www.shambhala.org/ntc
||Journey to Enlightenment/Spirit of Tibet
Photographs and Narrative by Matthieu Ricard
An inspiring and beautiful glimpse into the life and world of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche as seen through the camera lens of Matthieu Ricard, a photographer and practicing Buddhist monk who was Rinpoches personal assistant for the last fourteen years of his life.
Aperture (Hardcover) ISBN#0-89381-679-5
Aperture (Paperback) The Spirit of Tibet ISBN#0-89381-903-4
||The Monk and the Philosopher
by Matthieu Ricard and Jean-Francois Revel
A dialogue between father and son: a world-famous philosopher and pillar of French intellectual life and his son, a scientist who gave up his career to become a Buddhist monk, discuss the meaning of life. They engage East with West, ideas with life, and science with humanities, providing wisdom on how to enrich the way we live our lives.
Schocken Books ISBN#0-8052-1103-9
||Quantum and the Lotus
by Matthieu Ricard and Trinh Xuan Thuan
When Matthieu Ricard and Trinh Thuan, a professor of astronomy at the University of Virginia and the author of several popular science books, met, they began a discussion on the remarkable connections between the teachings of Buddhism and science. The stimulating journey of discovery is re-created in this book, written in the style of a dialogue between friends.
Available in paperback, ISBN#1-4000-8079-7
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||Monk Dancers of Tibet
Photographs and Text by Matthieu Ricard
In glorious photos and illuminating text, Mr. Ricard reveals the meanings and significance of sacred Tibetan Buddhist dance in which each gesture and movement is a meditation in itself and is central to the teachings of tantric Buddhism.
Shambhala Publications ISBN#1-57062-974-9
||The Life of Shabkar, The Autobiography of a Tibetan Yogin
Translated by Matthieu Ricard
The autobiography of Lama Shabkar, a work known and loved throughout Tibet, is second only to that of Milarepa in popularity. It is an inspiring account told in verse and prose of the life of a wandering hermit from childhood until his ultimate spiritual realization.
Snow Lion Publications ISBN# 1-55939-154-5
||The Way Of the Bodhisattva
by Shantideva, translated by the Padmakara Translation Group
One of the greatest classics of Mahayana Buddhism is presented in the form of a personal meditation in verse.
Shambhala Publications ISBN # 1-57062-253-1
||Words of My Perfect Teacher
by Patrul Rinpoche, Translated by the Padmakara Translation Group
This practical guide to inner transformation introduces the fundamental spiritual practices common to all Tibetan Buddhist traditions. It is the classic commentary on the preliminaris of the Longchen Nyingtik-one of the most important cycles of teachings and commentaries of the Nyingmapa school.
Shambhala Publications ISBN# 1-57062-412-7
||The Treasury of Precious Qualities
A commentary on the root text of Jigme Lingpa
By Longchen Yeshe Dorje Kangyur Rinpoche, Translated by the Padmakara Translation Group
A highly informative and inspiring commentary by a contemporary master on the Sutra section of this well-known and essential root text.
Shambhala Publications ISBN#1-57062-598-0
|The above books are also available in French
and other languages through your local bookseller or on-line.
|The Spirit of Tibet:
The Life And World of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
Narrated by Richard Gere and featuring an exclusive interview with His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama
Director: Matthieu Ricard
Music Director: Philip Glass
Written by: Rudy Wurlitzer and Matthieu Ricard
The Spirit of Tibet is an intimate glimpse into the life and world of one of Tibet's most revered 20th-century teachers: Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. A writer, poet and meditation master, Khyentse Rinpoche was an inspiration to all who encountered him. His many students throughout the world included the Dalai Lama and the King of Bhutan.
Filled with dazzling footage of rarely photographed parts of Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal and narrated by Richard Gere, this unique tribute to Rinpoche's life and work tells his story from birth to death to rebirth - from his escape following China's invasion of Tibet, to his determination to preserve and transmit Buddhist teachings far and wide. His life leads us on a journey revealing the wonders of Tibet's art, ritual, philosophy and sacred dance.
Exclusive footage of the Dalai Lama shows a different aspect of the Nobel Peace Prize winner as he speaks candidly of his own spiritual life. The film is co-produced by Shechen and offers wonderful images of Shechen Monastery and the life of the monks there.
Director Matthieu Ricard, noted French photographer, Buddhist monk and best-selling author, traveled for over 14 years with Khyentse Rinpoche.
You may purchase a copy of The Spirit of Tibet
On this two-CD audio presentation of his book, Matthieu Ricard merges the newest scientific research with traditional Buddhist teachings and contemporary Western philosophy to show you the keys to realizing the experience of happiness. Join Ricard to learn more about: practices for working with your mind to develop attention, focus, and clarity; how to cultivate a balanced state of well-being; how to work with the ego and time to enter “the state of flow.”
By Matthieu Ricard
Sounds True ISBN# 978-1-59179-555-1
|Sounds of Tibet
CD of Sacred Music
Sacred music from the Nyingma tradition of Shechen Monastery that echoes the majesty, serenity, mystery, and primordial power of Buddhist Tibet. Selections include music for the procession and the sacred dance, invocation of blessings, and a call to prayer as was heard from the rooftops of Tibet.
Included in the melodious vocals is a lamp offering prayer sung by the abbot, Rabjam Rinpoche, and a form of ritual "ornamented" chanting. This CD is an invitation to meditation and reflection.
To purchase Sounds of Tibet contact Namse Bangdzo Bookstore.
Tibetan Text Manuscript Preservation
was founded in 1735 in the province of Kham in Eastern Tibet.
It rapidly became one of the six principal monasteries of
the Nyingma, or "Ancient", tradition, which maintains
the form of Buddhism originally introduced into Tibet. Following
the Chinese communist invasion of Tibet in 1957, more than
six thousand monasteries and libraries were completely destroyed.
In exile, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (1910-1991), constructed a branch of Shechen Monastery in Nepal, in order to maintain the philosophical, contemplative, and artistic traditions for which the mother monastery had been so famous. Khyentse Rinpoches lifetime saw Tibets unique heritage threatened from the outside by the upheavals of the Cultural Revolution. Innumerable books in countless monastery libraries were systematically destroyed and the few of the lamas and scholars who fled into exile managed to bring their precious books with them on the hurried and hazardous journey out of Tibet. In many cases, nevertheless, the texts survived, even if only in one or very few copies. Gradually gathering momentum over two decades, as the funds and manpower became available the huge task of re-publishing almost the whole of Tibetan literature began.
Khyentse Rinpoche worked tirelessly to teach, preserve and republish all the major texts on philosophy and meditation. Khyentse Rinpoche through Shechen Publications in India has published over three hundred volumes of texts, some of which were unique copies. More than 12,000 Tibetan texts have been printed and put at the disposition of monasteries, universities and study centers. Numerous copies have been sent to Tibet where they hopefully will constitute one of the main elements in a greatly hoped for renaissance. Shechen Publications is now also publishing books in English, which are distributed throughout India, Nepal and Bhutan.
Since 1989 a team of monks at Shechen Monastery in Nepal, working under the inspiration of Khyentse Rinpoche's grandson and present abbot, Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche has begun inputting into computer the major texts of the Nyingma tradition. The texts are entered using a Tibetan font and can be printed out in the form of traditional folios. These monks have trained and perfected their skills at word processing using the Tibetan program.
The first and foremost work of this team was to decipher, edit, input and check Khyentse Rinpoche's own writings that filled 25 volumes. This major task was completed a number of years ago and is for sale through the Monastery. This same team is continuing its work by inputting rare manuscripts, or xylographic prints, and major texts that are essential for the preservation of the scriptural tradition.
This work can be summarized into five sections as listed below:
1. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche's lifetime of teachings and writings. These Collected Writings comprise twenty-five volumes of biographies, poems, meditation instructions, and commentaries.
2. The main commentaries for the philosophical studies and contemplative practice of the Nyingma tradition. We plan to offer camera-ready copies of these texts to publishers in Tibet who are struggling to help monasteries and learning centers reconstruct their libraries.
3. A collection of rare manuscripts preserved in Khyentse Rinpoche's library.
4. The specific texts required for the curriculum of the philosophical colleges (Shedras) for advanced Buddhist studies of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. This collection, pertaining to both the sutra and the tantra traditions, will begin with twenty-five volumes.
5. The Collected Works of zhabs dkar thsogs drug rang grol in 14 Volumes, the printing of which has been completed in June 2003.
Among these works the following collections have recently been printed in Delhi with the support of the Tsadra Foundation:
1) gdams ngag rin po che mdzod in 16volumes. The collection of precious instructions from the Eight Charriots of Spiritual Accomplishment, collected by Jamgon Kongtrul.
2) rgya chen bka mdzod . The expanded, complete edition of Jamgon Kongtrul Yonten Gyatso writings in 14 large volumes
3) The Collected Works of zhabs dkar thsogs drug rang grol in 14 Volumes, with a detailed analytical catalogue in English and Tibetan
These and other works printed are available from:
Shechen Publications, EA12 Inderpuri, New Delhi 110012, attention: Samdrup Tshering
The following are the main texts that have been entered into computer to date. (For many of these texts, manual proofreading is still under way.):
1. skyabs rje dil mgo mkhyen brtse rin po che'i gsung 'bum/
* Collected Works of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, Tashi Paljor (dil mgo mkhyen brtse rin po che bkra shis dpal 'byor, 1910-1991), 25 Volumes of about 600 pages.
2. zhe chen dbon sprul mthu stobs rnam rgyal rnam thar : mkhas shing dngos sgrub brnyes pa'i rdo rje'i slob dpon 'jam dbyangs dgyes pa'i blo gros mtsho skyes bshad pa'i sgra dbyangs kyi rtogs brjod mdor bsdus pa skal bzang mgul rgyan/
* The biography of Shechen Ongtrul Gyurme Thutop Namgyal (zhe chen dbon sprul 'gyur med mthu stobs rnam rgyal, 1787-?), 310 pages.
3. 'gro mgon bla ma rje'i gsang ba'i rnam thar rgya mtsho las thun mong phyi'i mngon rtogs rgyal sras lam bzang/
* The biography of Jigme Gyalwai Nyugu ('jigs med rgyal ba'i myu gu, 1765-?), 344 pages.
4. spyod 'jug la dpal sprul rin po che'i zhal rgyun zin bris mkhan kun dpal phyag dpe las bshus so/
* Replies by Patrul Rinpoche, Orgyen Jigme Chkyi Wangpo (dpal sprul o rgyan 'jigs med chos kyi dbang po, 1808-1887) to queries upon the Bodhicharyavatara by Khenchen Kunzang Palden (mkhan chen kun bzang dpal ldan, 1862?-ca.1940), known as Khenpo Kunpel, 160 pages
5. dbu ma rgyan gyi rnam bshad 'jam dbyangs bla ma dgyes pa'i zhal lung/
* Commentary upon Shantarakshita's Madhyamaka Alankara by Lama Mipham (mi pham phyogs las rnam rgyal Jamyang Gyatso (mi pham 'jam dbyangs rgya mtsho) and Jampel Gyepai Dorje ('jam dpal gyes pa'i rdo rje, 1846-1912), 416 pages.
6. dbu ma 'jug pa'i 'grel ba zla ba'i zhal lung dri med shel phreng/
* Commentary upon Chandrakirti's Madhyamakavatara by Lama Mipham (mi pham phyogs las rnam rgyal, 1846-1912), 342 pages.
7. nges shes sgron me'i rnam bshad 'od zer dri med/
* Explanations on some fundamental topics of Buddhist philosophy by Lama Mipham (mi pham phyogs las rnam rgyal, 1846-1912), 364 pages.
8. tshad ma rnam 'grel gyi gzhung gsal por bshad pa legs bshad snang ba'i gter/
* Commentary on Dharmakirti's fundamentals of Buddhist logic pramanavartika, by Lama Mipham (mi pham phyogs las rnam rgyal, 1846-1912), 910 pages
9. rang bzhin rdzogs pa chen po'i lam gyi cha lag sdom gsum rnam par nges pa/
Explanations the vows, precepts, and commitments pertaining to the practice of the three vehicles (yana) of Tibetan Buddhism, by Ngari Panchen Pema Wangyal (mnga' ris pan chen padma dbang rgyal, 1487-1542), 36 pages.
10. sdom pa gsum rnam par nges pa'i 'grel pa legs bshad ngo mtshar dpag bsam gyi snye ma/
* Commentary of Ngari Panchen expositions of the Three Vows, by Minling Lochen Dharma Shri, Chphel Gyatso (smin gling lo chen gcung chos dpal rgya mtsho, 1654-1718), 634 pages.
11. bslab pa yongs su sbyong ba gzhi gsum gyi cho ga thar gling du bgrod pa'i gru chen/
Minling Lochen Dharma Shri, Chphel Gyatso (smin gling lo chen gcung chos dpal rgya mtsho, 1654-1718), 80 pages.
12. yon tan rin po che'i mdzod dga' ba'i char/
Jigme Lingpa's (rig 'dzin 'jigs med gling pa, 1729-1798) masterpiece on Buddhist philosophy and practice according to the nine yanas of the rnying ma tradition, 146 pages.
13. yon tan rin po che'i mdzod kyi rgya cher 'grel ba bden gnyis shing rta/
Jigme Lingpa's autocommentary, sutra section, 1292 pages
13. yon tan rin po che'i mdzod las/ 'bras bu theg pa'i rgya cher 'grel ba rnam mkhyen shing rta/
Jigme Lingpa's autocommentary, mantra section, 1224 pages
14. yon tan rin po che'i mdzod kyi 'grel ba bden gnyis gsal byed zla ba'i sgron me/
Commentary on Jigme Lingpa's yon tan mdzod by Khenpo Yontan Gyatso (mkhan po yon tan rgya mtsho, born in the second end of the 19th century, still alive around 1910), sutra section, 1022 pages
15. yon tan rin po che'i mdzod kyi 'grel ba zab don snang byed nyi ma'i 'od zer/
Commentary on Jigme Lingpa's yon tan mdzod by Khenpo Yontan Gyatso (mkhan po yon tan rgya mtsho, born in the second end of the 19th century, still alive around 1910), tantra section, 852 pages.
16. bla ma'i thugs sgrub rdo rje drag rtsal las zhal gdams lam rim ye shes snying po/
Exposition of the graded path of contemplative practice according to the rnying ma tradition, spiritual treasures (gter ma) revealed by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo ('jam dbyangs mkhyen brtse'i dbang po, 1820-1892) and Chogyur Dechen Lingpa (mchog gyur bde chen gling pa, 1829-1870), 65 pages.
17. bla ma'i thugs sgrub rdo rje drag rtsal las zhal gdams lam rim ye shes snying po'i 'grel pa ye shes nang ba rab tu rgyas pa/
Commentary upon the lam rim ye shes snying po by Jamgn Kongtrul Lodr Thaye, Yonten Gyatso ('jam mgon kong sprul blo gros mtha' yas, yon tan rgya mtsho, 1813-1899), 452 pages.
18. bla me nang rgyud sde gsum gyi rgyab chos padma'i zhal gdams lam rim ye shes snying po'i 'grel pa ye shes nang ba'i zur rgyan brgyud ldan bla ma'i zhal rgyun rnams brjed bya gcig bsdus ye shes lam 'jug/
A sub-commemtary on Kongtrul Lodr Thaye's commentary on the lam rim ye shes snying po commentary by Padma Trinley Nyingpo (padma phrin las snying po), 256 pages.
19. chos kyi rnam grangs phyogs 'dus
Dictionary of enumerations of Buddhist terms. Compiled at Shechen monastery from various existing works.
20. rgyud thams cad kyi rgyal po dpal sgyu 'phrul rtsa ba'i rgyud gsang ba snying po/
Root text of the Guhyagarbha tantra.
21. dpal gsang ba snying po de kho na nyid nges pa'i rgyud kyi grel ba phyogs bcu'i mun sel/
Detailed commentary on the Guhyagarbha Tantra by Longchen Rabjam Drime ser (klong chen rab 'byams dri med 'od zer, 1308-1363), 616 pages.
22. dpal gsang ba snying po'i spyi don legs par bshad pa'i snang bas yid kyi mun pa thams cad sel ba/
General meaning of the Guhyagarbha tantra by Longchen Rabjam, 178 pages.
23. dpal gsang ba snying po'i rgyud kyi bsdus pa'i don ma rig mun pa thams cad sel ba/
Condensed meaning of the Guhyagarbha tantra by Longchen Rabjam, 26 pages.
24. gsang 'grel phyogs bcu'i mun sel gyi spyi don 'od gsal snying po/
Exegesis of Longchen Rabjam's commentary on the Guhyagarbha tantra by Lama Mipham (mi pham phyogs las rnam rgyal, 1846-1912), 260 pages.
25. sgyu 'phrul drwa ba chen po'i bshad brgyud kyi bla ma rnams la gsol ba 'debs pa bkra shis sgrub pa'i dbyangs snyan/
Prayer to the masters of the Guhyagarbha tantra's tradition, by Lama Mipham (mi pham phyogs las rnam rgyal, 1846-1912), 4 pages
26. dpal gsang ba snying po de kho na nyid nges pa'i rgyud kyi 'grel ba gsang bdag dgongs rgyan/
Textual exegesis of the Guhyagarbha tantra by Minling Lochen Dharma Shri, Chphel Gyatso (smin gling lo chen chos dpal rgya mtsho, 1654-1718), 458 pages
27. dpal gsang bdag dgongs rgyan gyi spyi don yan gyi bshad pa'i zin bris bla ma'i man ngag rin chen phreng ba/
Condensed meaning of Minling Lochen's Guhyagarbha tantra commentary, by Urgyen Chodrak (o rgyan chos grags), 254 pages.
28. dpal gsang ba snying po de kho na nyid nges pa'i rgyud kyi rgyal po sgyu 'phrul drwa ba spyi don gyi sgo nas gtan la 'bebs par byed pa'i legs bshad sang bdag shal lung/
General commentary on the Guhyagarbha tantra by Minling Lochen Dharma Shri, Chphel Gyatso (smin gling lo chen gcung chos dpal rgya mtsho, 1654-1718), 882 pages.
29. kun byed rgyal po'i rgyud kyi bsdus don nyi zla'i drwa ba/
General meaning of the kun byed rgyal po tantra of the rdzogs chen tradition by Longchen Rabjam Drime ser (klong chen rab 'byams dri med 'od zer, 1308-1363), 74 pages.
30. sgrub chen bka' brgyad bde gshegs 'dus pa'i lag len gsal byed nyin mor byed pa'i 'od snang/
Detailed manual for performing the ritual of the bka' brgyad bde gshegs 'dus pa, according to the tradition prevalent at Shechen Monasteries in Tibet and in Nepal (zhen chen bstan gnyis dar rgyas gling).
31. bka' brgyad bde gshegs 'dus pa'i bdud rtsi sman sgrub kyi lag len bdud rtsi'i thig pa/
Detailed manual for preparing sacred amrita substances (bdud rtsi sman sgrub) according to the ritual of the bka' brgyad bde gshegs 'dus pa, following the tradition prevalent at Shechen Monasteries in Tibet and in Nepal (zhen chen bstan gnyis dar rgyas gling).
32. bla ma gsang ba 'dus pa'i sgo nas spros bcas tshes bcu chen mo'i lag len dngos grub char 'bebs/
Detailed manual for performing the 10th day festival based upon guru chos kyi dbang phyug rediscovered treasures bla ma gsang 'dus, following the tradition prevalent at Shechen Monasteries in Tibet and in Nepal (zhen chen bstan gnyis dar rgyas gling).
33. gshin rje dregs 'joms lag len/
Detailed manual for performing the ritual of gshin rje dregs 'joms, following the tradition prevalent at Shechen Monasteries in Tibet and in Nepal (zhen chen bstan gnyis dar rgyas gling).
34. dgu gtor lag len/
Detailed manual for performing the 29th day of the end of the Tibetan year ritual of dispelling obstacles for the coming year, based upon the gshin rje dregs 'joms cycle, following the tradition prevalent at Shechen Monasteries in Tibet and in Nepal (zhen chen bstan gnyis dar rgyas gling).
35. smin gling gzungs chen bka' rgya ma/
A large collection of mantras and dharani of the ancient and new traditions of Tibetan Buddhism arranged in a systematic way for filling the inside of statues and images, gathered by Minling Lochen Dharma Shri, Chphel Gyatso (smin gling lo chen gcung chos dpal rgya mtsho, 1654-1718), 376 pages.
36. sten la nang gzhug 'bul ba'i lag len lugs srol kun gsal dri bral nor bu tshu shel gyi me long/
by Jamgn Kongtrul Lodr Thaye, Yonten Gyatso ('jam mgon kong sprul blo gros mtha' yas, yon tan rgya mtsho, 1813-1899).
37. klong chen snying thig skor gsung thor bu/
Miscellaneous texts from Jigme Lingpa's klong chen snying thig cycle of rediscovered teachings.
38. zhe chen dgon gyi 'don cha sna tshogs/
Miscellaneous texts in use at Shechen Monastery in Tibet and Nepal.
39. thog mtha' bar gsum dge ba'i gtam gyi 'bru 'grel rgyal sras lam bzang/
Commentary on Patrul Rinpoche's piece of spiritual advice thog mtha' bar gsum dge ba'i gtam, by Khenpo Shenphen Chkyi Nangwa (mkhan po gzhan phan chos kyi snang ba), also known as Khenpo Shenga (gzhan dga', 1871-1927), 62 pages.
40. The Collected Works of zhabs dkar thsogs drug rang grol in 14 Volumes