Interesting approach to the Dharma
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 approaches to teaching based on their own lives. In this way, we can come to our own understanding, reflecting on the teachers' experiences in light of our own lives. Ken clearly has a unique approach that may offer many people insight into the practice of meditation and how it relates to our everyday lives. Obviously, he's not everyone's cuppa, but I found his talks to be very insightful and useful for my meditation practice. I wish he (and Reggie Ray) were creating new podcasts at this point (March 2017).
mikeindover via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/14/17
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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 »
KarmaSengeMarketing.com 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
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