David Ross Komito: Nagarjuna's Seventy Stanzas: A Buddhist Psychology of Emptiness
The book that Geshe la is currently reading with his Wednesday night class, which meets at his home.
B. Alan Wallace: The Seven-Point Mind Training
The book that we're currently studying in the Sunday meditation class.
Geshe Sonam Rinchen: The Three Principal Aspects of the Path
The the fourth book we read with Geshe la.
Santideva: A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life
One of the central texts used at the Wednesday night class.
The Dalai Lama: The Meaning of Life
The book that we read during 2008, and the third one we read with Geshe la, THE MEANING OF LIFE, by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, addresses the 12 links of dependent origination and other issues.
Ven Lobsang Gyatso: The Four Noble Truths
The first book we read together, and a detailed--at times, overly detailed--treatment of the founding platform of all Buddhist philosophy and practice.
The Dalai Lama: Stages of Meditation
The second book we read with Geshe la. It's actually the second part of a three-part work by Kamalashila, an Indian monk and scholar from the 8th century. The Dalai Lama has supplied copious commentary to Kamalashila's translated text.
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