Jan Wizinowich
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  • Kamuela, HI
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Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion Dharma Based Person Centered Approach in the group ITZI
"PS: I really appreciate the history lesson in Japanese Buddhism. Having a clear picture of Buddhist history seems fundamental."
Dec 19, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion Dharma Based Person Centered Approach in the group ITZI
"I was touched by how clear and succinct this explanation is. Not that I know anything, but it seems that through his work, he has christalized the heart of the practice in a way that will benefit many."
Dec 19, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to Jan Wizinowich's discussion Science and Spirituality in the group GREEN AMIDA
"Lipton, who is a cell biologist and calls himself a spiritual scientist,  starts with a description of evolution where single cells, which are a microcosm of complex organisms with all the functions of multi-celled organisms, eventually banded…"
Dec 16, 2019
Carol English replied to Jan Wizinowich's discussion Science and Spirituality in the group GREEN AMIDA
"Can you tell us a bit more about his ideas? Is he a cyberneticist?"
Dec 15, 2019
Jan Wizinowich added a discussion to the group GREEN AMIDA
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Science and Spirituality

I've just finished reading "The Biology of Belief" and am quite blown away by it. Bruce Lipton is a cell biologist who has journeyed into the realm of spirit through his deep and unconventional understanding of how cells work. It has implications about how we understand the hidden environmental workings that are at the core of human evolution. That cooperation, initially between single cells and then clusters of cells dedicated to specific functions is what fostered human evolution.See More
Dec 14, 2019
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GREEN AMIDA

This group is a place to share matters relating to geography, climate, ecology, exploration and anything to do with the love of planet Earth.  This can include eco action, travel, appreciation of nature and all similar matters.See More
Dec 14, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to Susthama Kim's discussion ITZI Newsletter November 2019 in the group ITZI
"Mahalo Susthama. It was enjoyable to read about the conference. Namo Amida Bu, Jan"
Nov 13, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion BEWARE OF MARRIAGE RESEARCH in the group MEN & WOMEN
"Amen!!!"
Oct 6, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion ONENESS AND DIFFERENCE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY in the group ITZI
"I am not a psycho-therapist so cannot speak to therapeutic situations, but I was struck by the notion that: "The world will not come to peace through our discovering that we are all the same. It will, surely, only come to peace by our…"
Sep 16, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion BEWARE OF MARRIAGE RESEARCH in the group MEN & WOMEN
"Yes, I think that's very true for women especially."
Aug 8, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion BEWARE OF MARRIAGE RESEARCH in the group MEN & WOMEN
"It depends. Having a child has been both the most difficult and the most rewarding experience of my life. The love engendered by my son is a treasured gift. I consider myself very lucky as there are absolutely no guarantees of that love so it is…"
Aug 7, 2019
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MEN & WOMEN

A place to discuss relations between the sexes.See More
Aug 7, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion WHAT TO DO WITH A PUMPKIN in the group INDULGENCE
"Yum. I'm going to try this with kombucha squash, a pumpkin like squash."
Aug 7, 2019
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INDULGENCE

This group is a little corner in which to share anything gratifying to the senses.Cette groupe es un petit coin dans lequel compartir aucune chose gratifiant aux sens.Este grupo es un lugar para compartir cosas que dan satisfaccion a los sentidosSee More
Aug 7, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion TORMENT in the group BUDDHISM
"Thank-you Dharmavidya. Those words are a balm."
Jul 11, 2019
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion THE LOGIC OF OTHER POWER in the group BUDDHISM
"Life is so slippery. How intentions become tangled and reversed and end up somewhere else. Rather like writing practice. Also, I am reading a series of novels whose main character is a rabbi in a small town outside of Boston and in the process…"
Jul 11, 2019

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Jan Wizinowich's Blog

A dream of groundlessness

Posted on May 21, 2016 at 20:59 0 Comments

My arm stretched up into the cloud, masking my tenuous stronghold. I'm frozen in the moment of fear. What will happen if I let go? But my body takes over and I do and though I have the sensation of falling, I am also light-hearted with relief.

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At 19:41 on February 15, 2016, David Brazier said…

Big welcome, Jan ! Do explore the site, join some groups, follow the Eleusis Daily (see Groups in the right hand column) and contribute to discussions when you can. Lovely to have you here - much Aloha & Namo Amida Bu.

 
 
 

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Standing Watch

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Fragile Nature

Posted by Dayamay Dunsby on April 5, 2020 at 11:34 1 Comment

I found this lovely quote in a book about Jizo bodhisattva:



"We perceive the fragile nature of our human life and it makes us afraid. As protection against the inevitable assaults of a human life - separations, failures, abuse, illness and death - we construct a set of strategies and defences called a self. Each time we perceive danger we fortify the defences until we find ourselves trapped and isolated inside its walls. Like a stone or wooden Jizo, we are frozen and lifeless. We… Continue

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