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Ken McLeod

Geburtstag: 1948

Ken McLeod is a senior Western translator, author, and teacher of Tibetan Buddhism. He received traditional training mainly in the Shangpa Kagyu lineage through a long association with his principal teacher, Kalu Rinpoche, whom he met in 1970. McLeod resides in Los Angeles, where he founded Unfettered Mind. He has currently withdrawn from teaching, and no longer conducts classes, workshops, meditation retreats, individual practice consultations, or teacher training. [1]

Under Kalu Rinpoche's guidance, McLeod learned the Tibetan language and completed two traditional three-year retreats . In the years that followed, he traveled and worked with Kalu Rinpoche on various projects, and became a prominent translator of Buddhist texts, including a landmark translation of The Great Path of Awakening by the first Jamgon Kongtrul, a key text in the teaching of lojong .

In 1985, he settled in Los Angeles to run Kalu Rinpoche's dharma center. He did so until 1990, when he founded his own organization, Unfettered Mind. He taught strictly traditional material, but is recognized for having pioneered a new teacher–student model based upon ongoing, one-on-one consultations and upon small teaching groups that have a high degree of teacher–student interaction, and for his "pragmatic" approach to teaching, translation, and practice.The intent of Pragmatic Buddhism is to preserve the essence of the teachings unchanged, but to make them more directly accessible to the Westerner. It does so by bypassing the Eastern, cultural overlay, and using simple, clear language and methods that elicit direct experience in the practitioner. It also emphasizes an individualized practice path, with a key element being ongoing practice consults that allow the teacher to shape a path that's tailored to each practitioner's specific needs and makeup. McLeod has made this model available for others to use via the Unfettered Mind website, his teacher development program, and his publications, especially Wake Up To Your Life, which lays out the Buddhist path and practices. His non-traditional commentary on the Heart Sutra, An Arrow to the Heart, presents a way into the material that is poetic and experiential.

Zitate Ken McLeod

„The most reliable way to cut through the thinking process is to bring attention to what you are experiencing in the body.“

—  Ken McLeod
Monsters Under the Bed http://www.unfetteredmind.org/monsters-under-the-bed-retreat-1#sect14. Unfettered Mind http://unfetteredmind.org. (2010-10-10) (Topic: Practice)

„When you read sutras don't seek to understand them. Stay in touch with precisely what they are eliciting in terms of experience in you.“

—  Ken McLeod
Heart Sutra Workshop http://www.unfetteredmind.org/heart-sutra-commentary-3#sect6. Unfettered Mind http://www.unfetteredmind.org. (2008-09-13) (Topic: Practice)

„Each time you sit down to practice, take a few minutes to feel in your heart why this is important to you.“

—  Ken McLeod
Practice Tip http://eofcentre.wordpress.com/2012/06/25/just-practice-so-simple-really/. (2012-06-25) (Topic: Practice)

„The fundamental effort in Buddhist practice is to develop a sufficient capacity in attention so that you can experience your own non-existence.“

—  Ken McLeod
Awakening from Belief http://www.unfetteredmind.org/karma-traditional-modern-1. Unfettered Mind http://www.unfetteredmind.org (2005-06-01) (Topic: Practice)

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„When you experience things completely, then you know what they are.“

—  Ken McLeod
Heart Sutra Workshop http://www.unfetteredmind.org/heart-sutra-commentary-3. Unfettered Mind http://unfetteredmind.org. (2008-09-13). (Topic: Awareness)

„We're going to have to retire the word mindfulness. It's been hopelessly corrupted in English.“

—  Ken McLeod
Money and Value http://www.unfetteredmind.org/money-value-life-4#sect6. Unfettered Mind http://www.unfetteredmind.org. (2007-12-02) (Topic: Practice)

„Appeals to justice or fairness are almost always stories that hide or protect unacknowledged hurts or pains.“

—  Ken McLeod
Fairness and Justice http://musingsbyken.blogspot.com/2009/06/fairness-and-justice.html. Musings Blog http://musingsbyken.blogspot.com. (2009-06-29). (Topic: Life)

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