Biography of Ken McLeod

Ken McLeod is well known as a translator of texts, practices, rituals, and structures into forms suitable for this culture. He was among the first westerners to complete the traditional three-year retreat training (1976-1980) in Tibetan Buddhism and then assisted in teaching during a second three-year retreat. Authorized to teach (1985) by the late Kalu Rinpoche, he has successfully pioneered a private practice model for teaching, made the esoteric traditions of Tibetan Buddhism practical and accessible in his book Wake Up to Your Life, and mentored teachers from various traditions of Buddhism. He has set up a number of teacher training programs, including "Passing on the Dharma" in 1999 with Yvonne Rand and Ajahn Amaro. For more detailed information about Ken McLeod, see his website, UnfetteredMind.Org.

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Practical meditation workbook for Westerners.