by His Holiness the Dalai Lama with Howard C. Cutler
Everything you ever wanted to ask the Dalai Lama--Why do we have to suffer? Is romantic love true love? How do we deal with loneliness or the death of aloved one?--American psychiatrist Cutler has asked for us. The answers are surprising and make up a manual infused with the insight and playfulness of this extraordinary teacher.
By the Dalai Lama
A Westerner trained as a Tibetan Buddhist Lama, Surya Das strikes the perfect note for transmitting the 2500-year-old Buddhist teachings to ego-driven 21st century Americans in an accessible, down-to-earth format.
By Lama Surya Das
by Pema Chodron
This book is adapted from a set of talks given by Pema Chodron, an American Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition, who has an extraordinary gift for illustrating the Buddha's teachings in plain English and offers invaluable instructions for confronting our own suffering, instead of running away fromit.
By Pema Chodron
by Robert A. F. Thurman
In his inimitable, charismatic style, the West's most visible exponent ofthe dharma throws open the doors to the world of Tibetan Buddhism, using its great texts. Included is a superb introduction to the history, philosophy,and practices of this endangered tradition.
By Robert A. F. Thurman
by Shunryu Suzuki Roshi
The simplicity and diamond-like clarity of this classic collection of talks,by the founder of the San Francisco Zen Center and a pioneer of Buddhism in the West, has struck an instant and deep chord with millions of readers. With this gem of a book, contemporary seekers get a glimpse of his wisdom and humor
By Suzuki Roshi