- Subtle Wisdom
- Master Sheng-yen, a dharma descendant from the founders of Buddhism in China, considers the concepts of suffering, enlightenment, and compassion; provides a glossary of key terms; and briefly recaps the history of Buddhism in China. But he goes beyond these issues to discuss contemporary matters and questions he has encountered in his years of teaching in the United States.
- Rehearsing Enlightenment: A Retreat in the Buddhist Himalayas
- This book is a memoir of the author and his wife's seven-month-long stay at the guest house of the Dalai Lama's personal monastery in Dharamsala, India. Most of this period is occupied with meditation retreats conducted under the guidance of the monastery's abbots.
- The Gospel of Buddha
- This is a reproduction of the original edition including imperfections. Included with the purchase of this book is free trial access to Million-Books.
- Skilful Means: A Concept in Mahayana Buddhism
- "Skilful means" is the key principle of the great tradition of Mahayana Buddhism. First set out extensively in the Lotus Sutra, it originates in the Buddha's compassionate project for helping others to transcend the ceaseless round of birth and death. His strategies or interventions are "skilful means" - devices which lead into enlightenment and nirvana.