Jan Wizinowich
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  • Kamuela, HI
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Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion WEDNESDAY 24 May ~ Light & Dark in the group ELEUSIS NEWS: What Did You Do This Week?
"I just finished watching "Farewell my Concubine" and so my thoughts are along the lines of how much evil and delusion can live along side beauty and art. The story center's on 3 people, 2 orphan boys who grow up together in Beijing…"
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Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion FRIDAY 26 May ~ A lush season in the group ELEUSIS NEWS: What Did You Do This Week?
"Yeah!! The berries look great!"
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Jan Wizinowich commented on David Brazier's blog post COMPASSION FOR OUR WORLD
"It seems to be more opportunities than one would want for Buddhist practice. Such a mysterious and seemingly inevitable dark force. "
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"Singing with Waimea Community Chorus and loving it.!!"
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Jan Wizinowich commented on David Brazier's blog post MY CURRENT WRITING PROJECTS
"Congrats on getting Dogen to a publisher. Handbook of meditation? Interesting."
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Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion Whatever Happened to Real Psychotherapy? in the group THERAPEUTAE
"Sometimes I feel like the kind of writing I do, that requires that I set my stuff aside and really listen to what the person is saying, can be a little like psychotherapy for both of us. "Listening is and act of Love""
May 16
Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion NIEN FO in the group BUDDHISM
"Taking refuge makes it possible for me to be more open to people and see them and not my projection of them. The knowledge that I'm at Buddha's feet makes it feel safe to let go.  "
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Jan Wizinowich replied to David Brazier's discussion WHO'LD BE A BELL MASTER? in the group BUDDHISM
"Sweet."
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2013 or later
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Hawaii Sangha member
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Dharmavidya
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Attending courses, Personal Retreat, Support in your own part of the world

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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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ITZI Conference 2017

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Study Group.

Posted by Adam Dunsby on July 18, 2017 at 22:41 1 Comment

We just had a study group meeting at Amida Mandala Temple. Only three of us but a very rich hour. Predictably we came round to the issue of ‘is one Nembutsu enough?’ My understanding: In a sense it is, because when we call Amida we become one with his vow and the Pure Land and thus we are saved. In another sense we have to keep calling him so that he can keep saving us. As if we’re all lost in a thick fog and Amida is a few steps ahead of us illuminating the way, we have to keep him in sight…

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SIMPOSIUM AT OASIS

Posted by David Brazier on July 11, 2017 at 15:30 0 Comments

On 8th July we had a meeting of six teachers at Oasis together with many visitors.

Pictures: Here

Each of the teachers gave a presentation on what they considered most significant in their practice. Then there was an extended lunch period for socialising and, finally a sessions of questions and answers.…

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Feeding the Wolves of Desire.

Posted by Adam Dunsby on July 10, 2017 at 11:30 1 Comment

 

I remembered a teaching from Dharmavidya…

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Wasted

Posted by Andrew on July 10, 2017 at 0:00 7 Comments

My sons childhood friend was brutally murdered on Friday night. It is hard to believe that it happened. As he left a Birmingham pub a number of young people surrounded him. One of them stabbed him in the heart and he bled to death. He was twenty six years old. I can't get it out of my thoughts, why would any one be that cruel. Why as humans do we do this to each other. I've spent most of the weekend comforting my son, he went on Holliday with Daniel the friend that lost his life, two weeks…

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