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Tim Janakos (ティム・ジャナコス): Blogブログ

For the second year in a row, singer/song writer, Tim Janakos was interviewed on the Move-On Street show on FM Port, Radio, Niigata, Japan. This time his interview was to announce the winning of the Niigata Power, song competition. The first year of the competition, he took the Audience Choice award, but this year he won the grand prize. From this contest he won a 3 songs recording contract with a local Niigata Indies Label, Oto no Hakko. They will record his first all Japanese CD this year and release it on Amazon and Itunes.

Once again Tim Janakos get's interviewed on FM Port Radio in Niigata, Japan after winning the Niigata Powers Song Competition.

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Hello my friends around the world!


After the last 7 months of working on my wife, myself, on friends, family members and many of their pets, I finally finished my certification with many great results of healings on many people and animals.

And now my certification materials have all been approved and I am now certified.

I really want to thank all the people around the world, who took advantage of my free healing sessions, and if it wasn't for you, I couldn't have done it.

Some of you were as skeptical as I was and I was glad even the skeptical ones saw great results.

The Emotion Code Healing Program can be used for any ailments. For money problems, weight problems, allergies, interpersonal relationship problems, health problems, you name it (I used it for runny nose problems, flatulence problems, back problems, [it's as if I never had the problems [...]
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A speech Tim gave recently in Japan.

Posted on December 2, 2010
More Powerful Than Nuclear Weapons

By Tim Janakos

The religion, Buddhism originated from the desire of one person to understand why people were suffering and how they could overcome their sufferings and create value in their lives. The historical Buddha was a prince in India, who left his kingdom, giving up his father’s wish for him to become king. He made this decision during his youth, when he discovered that people all around his kingdom were suffering, from things such as sickness, old age and death. He searched everywhere for answers to why people suffered and how he could help them overcome those sufferings. What he discovered after many years is that all the answers to all of life’s problems come from within a person’s own life.

In the 1200s in Japan, Nichiren Daishonin, at a very young age, was also deeply troubled by why there were so many people suffering in Japan. He wanted to know why there were so many problems occurring all over the country. It was this desire to [...]
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Nichiren the Buddha of Japan

Posted on November 19, 2010
Nichiren, The Buddha of Japan
by Tim Janakos (ティム・ジャナコス)

(C) 2010 Second American Renaissance Press
Published in The Collected Writings From Soka University of America
Buddhism in Japan has been marked by both the most famous and most infamous of Buddhists. It has many different sects, from the most orthodox to the extremely bizarre and esoteric. Some so-called Buddhist priests, especially during Japan’s Kamakura period acted more like warlords than holymen. In addition, other peaceful Japanese priests were among the most persecuted of priest in the history of Buddhism. One such priest (for some the most hated and for other the most loved) was Nichiren Daishonin. Though he is often the most misunderstood of Buddhist teachers in Japan, his revolutionary legacy is perhaps the greatest proof of the power of Japanese [...]
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