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DR. MILIND JIWANE
* Chairperson of World Buddhists Conference 2006 at Nagpur (India)
* Organizer of World Peace Rally 2007 (India)
* Organizer of Dhamma Deeksha Ceremony 1992-93 at Nagpur (India)
* President of Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation (India)
* President of Jeewak Welfare Society Nagpur (India)
* President of Civil Rights Protection Cell [ CRPC]
* Ex President of Amritvan Leprosy Rehabilitation Center Nagpur
* Ex President of Vidhyarthi Sansad of Inda
H.Q.: Jeewak Society Premises
Naya Nakasha, Opposite Swastik School,
Lashkaribagh, Nagpur 440017 (MS) India
Mob.: +91 09225226922, 09890586822
Phone : +91 712 2633106, 3295622, 6521931
Email : milindjiwane_buddha@yahoo.co.in
dr_jiwane@sify.com
Web : www.jeewaksociety.org
www.indiamart.com/samatasainikdal-securities/
http://23656.in.all.biz/
How did you hear about Tariki?
Through email on my ID.
What is your involvement in Tariki?
Dhamma Mission
Are you a student or have you studied with us?
Yes.
What can you offer?
* Spreading Buddhism on World Level.
* World Buddhists Unity for Global Peace.
* Buddha's Economics - Five Precepts(Panch Sheel)
Are there things you would like to see Tariki doing or want to know more about?
Buddhism.
When did you first hear about us?
January 31
Do you have a web site?
http://www.jeewaksociety.org

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Dr. Ambedkar International & Jeewak National Award 2014 ceremony held at Nagpur (India)

* HH Buddha Maitreya & Mandarava Tara (USA) has been felicitated by Dr. Ambedkar International Award 2014 at Nagpur (India). * Tarachandra Khandekar, Marotrao Kamble, N L Naik, Hadke, Er. Jambhulkar, Jiwantare, Dr Gedam has been felicitated by Jeewak National Awards 2014. An eminent organization named Jeewak Welfare Society has been conducted their Dr. Ambedkar…

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Posted on October 28, 2014 at 15:03

3rd Spreading Buddhism International Conference 2014 held at Nagpur (India)

Has been conducted successfully at Dr Ambedkar Cultural Hall, Urvela Colony,Wardha Road, Nagpur (India) on Saturday October 18, 2014 at 10.00 AM  in presence of

                         Inauguration: H.H. Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang

                         Chief Guest : Ven. Sonam Dorji…

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Posted on October 28, 2014 at 14:58

Dr. Milind Jiwane has been felicitated by Life Time Achievement Award 2014 in New Delhi (India)

*** Dr Milind Jiwane has been felicitated by Life Time Achievement Award 2014 in New Delhi....

                 Confederation of Indian Universities (National Umbrella of UGC/MHRD recognized Indian Universities), Paryavaran Complex , New Delhi recommended & International Association of Educators For World Peace has been felicitated "Life Time Achievement Award 2014" to Dr Milind Jiwane and he has been honored on October 5, 2014 at 2 PM by the hand of Governor of…

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Posted on October 15, 2014 at 18:19

3rd Spreading Buddhism International Conference 2014 will be held at Nagpur (India) on October 18-19, 2014

*** 3rd Spreading Buddhism International Conference 2014 will be held at Nagpur (India) on October 18-19, 2014.

Civil Rights Protection Cell, Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation, Jeewak Welfare Society will jointly organize association with AWAZ India TV, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar National Association of Engineers, Dr. Ambedkar Health Association “3rd Spreading Buddhism International Conference 2014” at Nagpur (India) on October 18-19, 2014. The topics of conference are:

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Posted on July 8, 2014 at 15:35

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Besides offering training and retreats, Tariki Trust is involved in chaplaincy, environmental action and community support. No one in Tariki is salaried and all work including teaching is voluntary or offered at rates which are well below the professional norms.

OBITUARY- PERRY ISODORE IGOE

Friends, family and loved ones: greetings, and thank you for joining us for this celebration of the life of Perry Isadore Igoe.

Though we gather here today, bound by sorrow and loss, we share a precious gift. We were all privileged to live a life that has been touched by Perry. He possessed a number of extraordinary gifts, which he shared with us freely. None of these gifts, however, are more remarkable than his capacity for love in its purest, most sincere, and honest form. Love for his adored wife, his beloved daughters, his precious friends, and for nature that surrounds us all, especially the life breathed into us by the trees.

Perry was born August 1st 1963 and was very premature so spent the first six weeks of his life in an incubator where he captured the hearts of the nurses and midwives with his cuteness. The trademark infectious Perry smile is well known by all his friends and family so without a doubt, even as a baby he could melt hearts.

Growing up, he went to school in Braintree in Essex, where he lived with his mum Carol, his younger sister Tracey, and older brother Wayne.

Perry was severely dyslexic, so, as a young man, in a very lean job market, he looked for a practical career. He joined the RAF at 16 and served with them for 17 years in Biggin Hill, Brize Norton, Germany, and the Falkland islands. Perry was a peace loving soul and had no desire to ever take up arms, harm, or kill anyone. Since however there had been no wars for a long time, it felt like a fairly safe career for a fit young man. It suited Perry who loved to be part of a team.

When he was 23, Perry managed to search for and finally find his father, Isadore Griffin, who was Black American, which led to several visits to his father in the USA.  Sadly his father also died at an early age a few years later. But Perry has continued to keep regularly in touch with the American side of his family – he was always telling Liz that one day soon they would go to visit, what he jokingly called, - ‘the dark side’!

Perry then worked in logistics and stores for the RAF and was promoted to corporal but, as the Cold War ended, promotions in the RAF were increasingly hard to come by. So after 17 years Perry took voluntary redundancy, left the RAF and went to work for Motorola in Swindon. He bought a house with his then wife, Carrie, and lived in it with his two daughters Sian & Kylie and rather a lot of strange pets. 

Perry was a great believer in investing in property and at one point when he found his work hours cut down, he took on two other jobs and bought a house in Avebury, which he rented out for a while. He later moved to Avebury with his wife Antoinette and ran a B&B there. 

Avebury was a spiritual home for Perry – he loved the standing stones and he enjoyed the succession of eccentric, visiting tourists interested in the stone circles as well as the many crop circles that pop up in Wiltshire fields in the spring and summer months. Whilst Perry was there he was a member of a Wiccan coven and later a shamanistic group.

In 2007 Perry decided to train as a counsellor with the Buddhist Organisation, the Amida Trust – now re-named - the Tariki Trust. This was where he met Liz and they became good friends.  In 2009 they both qualified as counsellors. In his usual ‘speedy’ fashion Perry had completed the course in record time – under 2 years. He went on to work for an organisation which helped educate young people with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Perry worked as a counsellor for several years before he finally fulfilled a life-long dream of buying a property ‘somewhere warm’.

In 2013 Perry moved again, lock stock and barrel, to the Serra De Estrella Mountains in Portugal where he quickly made a lot of friends among the ex-pats from the UK and Europe, all busy restoring old buildings and farming the land.

Perry and Liz met again accidentally in 2014 at the Buddhist House. They fell in love during a marathon 17.5 hour dinner and talked through the night and most of the following day. Since then Perry and Liz have been busy restoring their house in Portugal, affectionately named ‘The Ranch’ and have gone from having baths by candlelight in the goat shed, to a beautiful home with 3 bathrooms. Perry was never happier than when he was walking around the land working out watering systems and making sure the 150 trees he’d planted were growing well. Indicative of his altruistic personality and philosophy of sustainability, all the trees he planted at ‘The Ranch’ have been selected to provide for the next generations. A fan of tree nursing myself, I would often ask him about his trees and we would share videos and ideas for them. On a specific topic of his latest project, the Pecan trees, he mentioned how the earliest the small, 1-inch saplings would grow to bear fruit in 10 years, and it might be a good 20 before they reach maturity. “Perry,” I said, “that's ...a really long time.” To which he replied: “They aren't for me.”

And this is the type of person Perry was - always thinking of others first. Planning for the long term, working for a sustainable world, a world that works with nature, not against it. To paraphrase an ancient Greek proverb, “a wise man plants trees in whose shade he knows he will never sit.”

Perry had a great love of nature and the natural world, which he attributed to his Native American ancestors. His great love was trees, which he believed really spoke to him. So Perry returned to the Buddhist house to train in eco-therapy and shortly thereafter Perry and Liz started running eco-therapy and tree planting holidays in Portugal. Alongside his projects in Portugal, Perry joined several local eco-projects in Bristol.

On the 10th of July 2016, Perry and Liz married at Tortworth Court in Gloucestershire in a beautiful hand-fasting ceremony with over a 100 family and friends. Neither of them stopped smiling and laughing all day long, and Perry tore up the dance floor in what seemed like a union of John Travolta and Patrick Swayze. Since then they have spent six months of every year at the Ranch in Portugal and have welcomed many family and friends as visitors there.

Perry loved life – he just loved being here on this earth. Many people on this Earth believe in a higher power or greater purpose. Perry was content being himself, in this world, right now, enjoying the greatest and the smallest life has to offer. A true “Zen master”, as I like to describe him to my friends.

Perry was the most gentle and kindest of men – a true gentleman. Perry never had a bad word to say about anyone – not a criticism or judgement ever passed his lips. He didn’t swear, he didn’t argue, and he also didn’t drink alcohol, smoke, or even take tea or coffee. That is one reason why his death has been such a shock for all of us. Perry’s life was about love, acceptance, and working with others as part of a team, and he lived that out with every breath he took.

We have been lucky to know Perry in this life, we regret his passing on so soon, and so young, but his spirit and his legacy will remain among us – youthful, lively, fun, and full of love, and that oh-so-special smile.  We honour him.   

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One-day HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY Conference

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Posted by caroline brazier on August 29, 2017 at 18:30

TARIKI ECOTHERAPY UPDATE

This is a newsletter for all those who have been involved with our Ten Directions ecotherapy training, including past and current students and people who are considering joining the programme in 2017. Within Tariki we have a growing community of people who share an interest in taking therapeutic work outdoors and we want to keep you in touch with us and with one…

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Posted by caroline brazier on March 24, 2017 at 20:32

Grounded in Faith: Psychotherapy and Pureland - paper presented at European Shin Conference 2012

Grounded in Faith: Psychotherapy and Pureland

Since the time of the Buddha people have looked to Buddhism as a source of salvation from their unhappiness and confusion. In the modern age, psychotherapy has become a route which many people choose to help them face and move beyond their personal suffering. Not surprisingly many Western therapists tend to gravitate towards Buddhist ideas and, conversely, Buddhists are often interested in exploring how their faith…

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Posted by caroline brazier on September 4, 2012 at 14:35

Running Tide Article

I wrote this article for Running Tide back in January but it didnt get published and as Running Tide has only just come out, things had obviously moved on. I'm putting it up here because it seems like a pity to waste a good article - or even a mediocre one!

 

Going Back to Go Forward: The Birth of Tariki Trust

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