Fleet Maull has been a student of the Vidyadhara, the Venerable Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche since 1977 and is a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. He earned a masters degree in Buddhist and Western Psychology from Naropa University in 1979, attended the Vajradhatu Seminaries and Kalapa Assemblies, 1981 – 1984, and received the Vajrayogini Abhisheka in 1989. He is currently completing his dissertation for a Ph.D. in social psychology.
Fleet has been a Dorje Kasung since 1978, attending the Magyal Pomra Encampments, 1979 – 1984, and serving the Vidyadhara as kusung and then attaché, traveling extensively with the Vidyadhara, 1981 – 1984. Maull Kado currently serves as kusung to Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche.
Fleet founded Prison Dharma Network in 1989, National Prison Hospice Association in 1991, Peacemaker Institute in 2001, and the Center for Contemplative End of Life Care Programs at Naropa University in 2003. He served on the Naropa University faculty from 1999 to 2009, teaching courses in psychology, meditation, socially engaged buddhism. He also serves as senior faculty with the Upaya Institute’s (Santa Fe, NM) Being with Dyingprogram and co-director of the Upaya Institute’s Chaplaincy Training Program.
Fleet is also a Dharma successor of Zen master and social entrepreneur, Roshi Bernie Glassman, and a fully empowered teacher or Sensei and senior priest in the Zen Peacemaker Sangha and the Soto Zen lineage of Maezumi Roshi. As a Zen peacemaker, Fleet serves as a spirit holder of the annual Bearing Witness Retreat at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland and leads street retreats and other bearing witness retreats.
His teaching and peacemaking activities range from retreat and Dharma centers to the streets of major cities, to former death camps in Poland, to Rwanda and Israel-Palestine, to corporate board rooms and to the forgotten world inside our jails and prisons. Fleet is the author of Dharma in Hell, the Prison Writings of Fleet Maull and numerous articles and book chapters in the fields of corrections, end of life care and socially engaged buddhism.
For further information see: www.FleetMaull.com
|Shambhala Training I – V|
|Shambhala Levels, Drala, Meek and Perky|
|Shambhala Path of Social Engagement|
|Four Foundations of Mindfulness|
|Maitri and Tonglen|
|Charnel Ground Practice|
|Socially Engaged Buddhism|
|Prison Dharma Training|
|Contemplative End of Life Care Training|
|Contemplative Approaches to Social Action & Peacemaking|
|Buddhist and Contemplative Chaplaincy Training|
|Street Retreats and Bearing Witness Retreats|
|Scorpion Seal Year 2|
|Contentment in Everyday Life|
|Joy in Everyday Life|
|Fearlessness in Everyday Life|
|Compassionate Communication I|
|Compassionate Communication II|
|Dharma in Hell: Prison Training’s|