Ken McLeod's podcasts form a nice complement to other teachers' approaches. I read the one very critical review that stated Ken seemed to be aloof and put on an air of superiority. My experience was that all the major Western Buddhist teachers (Pema Chodron, Tara Brach, etc.) construct their...Read full review »
mikeindover via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/14/17
soo quiet.
JNP43 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/07/15
Fantastic resource for buddhist studies, very profound and competent. A rare and precious gem.
JJJ 68489 via Apple Podcasts · Austria · 11/05/13
No teacher is for everyone. This one has done wonders for me. Through listening to the podcasts and practicing the meditations described, I have learned how to "know" what to do, rather than trying to "figure out" what to do. This skill is everything to me now, and it grows every day. I am...Read full review »
Brandon Shortlife via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/30/12
Ken McLeod learned Tibetan a long time ago, and amongst other things was a translator for a Tibetan lama named Kalu Rinpoche, who was kind of like the Dalai Lama, but not involved in politics. He did two three year retreats, and he obviously knows the material he teaches backwards and forwards...Read full review »
sensi63 via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 09/30/12
This body of work is invaluable. Through his work, Ken has shown me what is possible and I am forever grateful. The Sutra Sessions are a good place to start. They are practical and complete. If you have questions about practice or if you would like to struggle less in life, you may find what you...Read full review »
Go-completely-open-right-now. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/15/12
This is not just for Buddhists but for any person looking for explanations on how to navigate through life!
Bobbym17 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/06/12
Open your heart and listen to the wisdom. Your experience can grow and flourish like never before. Mine did. :D
Halflotus via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/29/12
This is brilliant , deep yet easy to get ! Very easy to get hooked on Ken :-) may all beings be happy
Zenbelly via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/11/09
It took me a little while to get into Ken McLeod's style of working with students, but I'm glad I stayed with it because there's depth, compassion and humor woven in these spontaneous dharma talks. I'm working my way through them, feeling gratitude that this kind of material is there, is here,...Read full review »
Altucher via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/14/09
I listened with an open mind and felt that Mr. McLeod held himself above his listeners--an attitude of "I know and you don't and therefore your questions are irritating me." For me it's easier to learn the lessons from Pema Chodron or Tara Brach or others who don't take themselves quite so...Read full review »
minnieiva via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/04/09
Ken McLeod has a talent for translating the culturally encrypted teachings of Tibetan Buddhism into fresh, useful practice techniques, easily employed by beginner and deeply satisfying to the long-time practitioner. If you want to breathe new life into your practice or just love to hear the...Read full review »
Bodhi2B via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/17/09
Perfect for those seeking to implement Buddhist practice, but confused about various paths and traditions. Ken gets to the heart of the matter quickly.
Morrolan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/11/09
Very informative and relaxing, goes hand in hand if you're reading a book on Dzogchen, tantra etc and you want information by both eye and ear. I cannot stress the informative part enough, valuable information and debates within this podcast! Excellent listening.
Check:Proceed. via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/26/08
These podcasts deliver the experience, the "knowing," vs. the conceptual understanding of the meditative states at the core of Buddhist awakening. This difference, which Ken harps on repeatedly, is analogous to the difference between knowing how to swim and having the theoretical understanding...Read full review »
Laksminkara via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/15/07
All I can say about this podcast is that it is the best ever. Mr. McLeod is a very knowledgeable man that makes it easy to understand the teachings. The thing that I found to be the best part of these podcasts is that Ken shows you how to apply the teachings in every day life. And at least to me,...Read full review » via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/08/07
I find Ken McLeod's teachings and his way of working with students extremely inspiring and useful. He has clearly reflected deeply on the teachings he received from his Tibetan teachers and has reframed then in ways that reveal new levels of meaning. Unafraid of challenging the common...Read full review »
listeningtolearn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/24/07
I tried one podcast. The talk was academic-sounding with not a little pretension, and when he responded condescendingly to a comment from a student, I just couldn't keep listening. I'd suggest Zencast, Audio Dharma or Deer Park Monastery ones instead.
CowHugger via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/02/07
I listened to most of the podcasts on releasing emotional reactions while walking in nature. What a profound experience. I'm not a Buddist, and I don't plan to practice meditation in any formal way. But I've found many of his insights into human nature and the process of living to be, again,...Read full review »
finallyanipod via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/20/06
"If it wasn't, we wouldn't be here", says Ken in one of his retreat recordings. Ken's ability to address the practical everyday concerns of his students with insight and kindness is quite remarkable. A guiding and powerful voice of reason in buddhist practice. Deconstruct the reactive mind...Read full review »
flowergarland via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/11/06
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