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John Peacock

John Peacock

John Peacock has been both an academic scholar as well as a Buddhist practitioner/teacher for more than thirty years. Initially trained in the Tibetan Gelugpa tradition in monasteries in South India, he subsequently spent time in Sri Lanka studying Theravada and has taught at Peradiniya University on the outskirts of Kandy. He currently teaches Buddhist studies and Indian religions at the University of Bristol in the UK, is the Guiding Teacher of Sharpham Centre for Contemporary Buddhist Inquiry in England and is an Associate Director of The Oxford Mindfulness Centre, recognized by Oxford University.

John Peacock has been both an academic scholar as well as a Buddhist practitioner/teacher for more than thirty years. Initially trained in the Tibetan Gelugpa tradition in monasteries in South...Read more

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Metta as a Path to Awakening (Part 2) John Peacock 2011.09.05 1:04:54 1:04:54
2011.09.05
The Buddha’s Teaching on Loving-Kindness: A Mature Path to Awakening John Peacock 2011.09.05 2:21:06 2:21:06
2011.09.05
Metta as a Path to Awakening (Part 1) John Peacock 2011.09.05 1:16:12 1:16:12
2011.09.05
Buddhism Before the Theravada Part 6 John Peacock 2011.09.04 1:54:06 1:54:06
2011.09.04
Buddhism Before the Theravada Part 5 John Peacock 2011.09.04 1:16:31 1:16:31
2011.09.04
Buddhism before the Theravada Part 4 John Peacock 2011.09.03 1:13:41 1:13:41
2011.09.03
Buddhism before the Theravada Part 3 John Peacock 2011.09.03 1:53:13 1:53:13
2011.09.03
Buddhism Before the Theravada Part 2 John Peacock 2011.09.03 42:33 42:33
2011.09.03
Buddhism Before the Theravada John Peacock 2011.09.03 8:36:47 8:36:47
2011.09.03
Buddhism Before the Theravada Part 1 John Peacock 2011.09.03 1:36:43 1:36:43
2011.09.03
Sati Center <multiple> 2004.04.24 284:57:01 284:57:01
2004.04.24

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