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John Peacock's Dharma Talks
John Peacock
John Peacock, an academic and meditation teacher for 25 years, currently teaches Buddhist studies and Indian religions at the University of Bristol, UK. He is an Associate Director of The Oxford Mindfulness Centre, recognized by Oxford University.
2012-08-14 Nirvana-ing and Habits 56:14
Gaia House A Mindful Way to Equanimity
2012-07-25 Who Do You Think You Really Are: Explorations of the Self 65:25
Cambridge Insight Meditation Center
2012-07-19 Being A Not-Self 56:08
A discussion of anatta.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: Insight Meditation Retreat
2012-07-15 Embodying Your Intention 48:08
An examination of intention and commitment in the context of the three characteristics.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: Insight Meditation Retreat
2011-10-15 Path of Kindness 66:31
Gaia House Befriending Oneself and Others
2011-10-14 Boundless Friendliness 60:54
Gaia House Befriending Oneself and Others
2011-07-08 Papanca Part Three: The Brahma Viharas 52:50
This talk deals with the last of the areas of our obsessional thinking: views. We also examine the Brahma Viharas as distinct forms of mindfulness that lead to liberation. We look closely, in particular, at metta as the necessary soil out of which grows and blooms the beautiful flower of compassion (karuna).
Gaia House The Path of Mindfulness
2011-07-07 Question and Answer Session 2 54:04
Gaia House The Path of Mindfulness
2011-07-06 Papanca Part Two: The Tyranny of the Self 46:09
In this talk we examine what the Buddha means by the 'self', which is the second of the three poles around which thinking contracts and fixates. We look closely at the five processes that constitute the self not as a static phenomena, but as an unfolding and dynamic development.
Gaia House The Path of Mindfulness
2011-07-05 Question and Answer Session 1 50:26
Gaia House The Path of Mindfulness

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