Wake up to Your Life Paperback – 26 Jun 2002
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About the Author
Ken McLeod has been studying Buddhism since 1970. In 1985, he became authorized as a teacher and in 1988 developed a new model for working with students that was later used as the basis for "Unfettered Mind". His group curriculum was published in 2001, titled "Wake Up to Your Life: Discovering the Buddhist Path of Attention". He has narrated several audiobooks by Thich Nhat Hanh and the Dalai Lama.
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There is an accompanying website (called Unfettered Mind), which features free podcasts of classes taught by the authors. These are excellent resources and I heartily recommend them as a accompaniment to Wake Up to Your Life. This book and the podcasts have been my main source of information and guidance in my practice so far and I recommend it as a rich and engaging starting point from which to explore Buddhism.
If you want to get to the heart of the practice and get started with a meditation practice without delay you should investigate this book as a solution.
I am being somewhat hard in denying it a fifth star. This is not because it lacks anything in content, but writers like Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche seem able to impart a little extra poetic magic that goes beyond the intellect and cuts to the core.
KenMcLeod is a highly respected teacher and this book shows why, if I could I would give in a score of 4.5.