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Buddhism and Peace

by Parami

What is peace? And what does peace mean for Buddhists? Is it just the absence of war and conflict; guns and screaming?

Or is it also the deep silence that arises when the mind and heart are in harmony - a positive state of mind that can be cultivated both personally and collectively, where good and evil don't exist as concepts?

A talk given by Parami at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 30th July 2011 in the series Buddhism and the Big Questions.

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1. Introduction (10:09) 
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2. Awareness is Revolutionary (7:12) 
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3. Patience (3:53) 
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4. Finding Inner Peace (4:46) 
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5. Identification (6:22) 
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6. Right Speech (4:56) 
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7. Conditionality and Causality (7:56) 
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8. Illusion of Separation - Us and Them (8:21) 
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9. Peaceful Revolution (2:45) 


Total running time: 56:20

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