AMBROSIA HEART TANTRA: The Secret Oral Teachings on the Eight Branches of the Science of Healing annotated by Dr. Yeshi Dhonden, trans. by Jhampa Kelsang
In Sanskrit this text is known as Amrta-astangahrdayupadesatantra; in Tibetan: bDud rtsi snying po yan lag brgyad pa gsang ba man ngag gi rgyud tranlslated into English as Ambrosia Heart Tantra: The Four Secret Oral Teachings on the Eight Branches of the Science of Healing.
BEING AS CONSCIOUSNESS: Yogachara Philosophy of Buddhism by Fernando Tola, Carmen Dragonetti
"This work is intended to the study of the Yogacara Buddhist philosophy together with its commentaries and notes for better comprehensibility of the contents of three edited and translated texts namely, Alambanapariksavrtti of Dignaga; the Vimsatika Vijnaptimatratasiddhih of Vasubandhu and Trisvabhavakarika of Vasubandhu." (jacket)
BOUNDLESS HEALING: Meditation Exercises to Enlighten the Mind and Heal the Body by Tulku Thondup, fore. by Daniel Goleman
Offers simple meditation techniques that will awaken healing energies in the body and mind. Anyone can use this guide which offers ways to employ the four healing powers of positive images, words, feelings and belief; detailed instruction for healing meditations that can be done as part of a twelve-stage program; exercises to dispel anxiety; healing prayers for the dying and for the survivors.
Tibetan medicine--its ancient knowledge, its pragmatic use of herbs--is gaining increasing attention in the West. This book presents the world's most important collection of Tibetan medical art, an illustrated 17th-century medical text known as The Atlas of Tibetan Medicine, created by the teacher and scholar Sangye Gyamtso, regent of the Great Fifth Dalai Lama. The paintings are currently held by the History Museum in Ulan Ude, near Lake Baikal in Siberia. It is an area of Russia where the Tibetan-Buddhist monasteries that were destroyed under Stalin are now being rebuilt, a reminder of the vast extent of Tibetan cultural influence.
BUDDHIST ASTROLOGY: Chart Interpretation from a Buddhist Perspective by Jhampa Shaneman & Jan Angel, fore. by H.H. the Dalai Lama
Use Buddhist wisdom and compassion to clarify your astrological readings Author Jhampa Shaneman combines his depth of experience in Tibetan Buddhism with that of contemporary Western astrologer Jan V. Angel in the first book to apply Buddhist practice to Western astrology.
While Buddhism is theologically and metaphysically compelling, it is also very practical. Within its tenets every psychological state is embraced, integrated, and brought to light. Buddhist Astrology bridges familiar astrological thinking with the idea of voidness, interdependence, and impermanence.
Explore how three key Buddhist wisdoms interact dynamically within Siddhartha's chart, an inspiring new theory applicable to all astrological charts. Learn how Buddhist precepts can inform and enrich your understanding of the planets, houses, and aspects, providing a wholistic interpretation of the birthchart from a Buddhist perspective.
Astrological and Buddhist concepts are presented in plain language, making this book a source of wisdom and insight for Buddhists, astrologers, and spiritual seekers alike. Look to the stars as you look within yourself on your journey toward enlightenment.
MO: Tibetan Divination System by Jamgon Mipham, fore. by His Holiness Sakya Trizin, trans. & ed. by Jay Goldberg
The Tibetan divination system called MO has been relied upon for centuries to give insight into the future turns of events, undertakings, and relationships. It is a clear and simple method involving two rolls of a die to reveal one of the thirty-six possible outcomes described in the text. This MO, which obtains its power from Manjushri, was developed by the great master Jamgon Mipham from sacred texts expounded by the Buddha.
Tibetan medicine is a traditional form of healing which basically employs natural materials (herbs, minerals, precious stones, metals, and so on) for compounding medicines. It uses a holistic approach, tackling the symptoms of disease at both the physical and emotional levels. Buddhist healing is intimately linked with Buddhist philosophy.
A CLEAR MIRROR OF TIBETAN MEDICINAL PLANTS by Dr. Dawa, ed. by Linda Moore, fore. by H.H. the Dalai Lama
Based on Dri-Med Shel-Phreng, a renowned work on Tibetan medicinal herbs in which the tastes, inherent qualities and digestive principles are described, A Clear Mirror of Tibetan Medicinal Plants provides beautiful, accurate color representations of 150 plants, keys to identification, the time a seasons for picking, places where they may be found, the process of drying, cleansing and the techniques of composing these as ingredients for the preparation of medicines. This is an indispensable manual for students of Tibetan medicine and lovers of botanical art.