It is said of teaching the Buddhadharma that the sons are more skilled than the fathers, and that even the Buddha got better with practice. The early teachings say almost nothing about realized experience, and the Buddha remained silent on many points. The subsequent Perfection of Wisdom teachings say a little more, but shy from saying too much about nonconceptual wisdom, for fear of polluting it. Later in life the Buddha was ready to talk about such things, and students were ready to hear them. After a thousand years tantric masters learned the trick of making such insights about the fruition the heart of the path. Here you can read how Dolpopa presents these final teachings in all their glory, without invalidating any of those that came before.
One of the most important text in all of Jonang Dharma is Dolpopa Sherab Gylatsen Mountain Dharma commonly known as the Mountain Doctrine. Rime Lodrö (Ives Waldo) translated the book from Tibetan to English to ensure that the Zhentong view is properly translated.
Khentrul Rinpoche says everyone should read this book at least once in their lifetime. The book is available as a free PDF download. If you would like to support Dzokden's effort to translate the Dharma, you can support our translation team's effort here.