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Book ´ The Book of Macrobiotics Ì Michio Kushi

Book ´ The Book of Macrobiotics Ì Michio Kushi Originated from the understanding of the oriental philosophy of life namely the dualistic monism of yin and yangSince the beginning of current education on the macrobiotic way of life which is largely owed to George Ohsawa and his seniors and associates numerous peop A life changing bookIt brought me joy peace and happiness

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Download Reader Ì The Book of Macrobiotics 182 pages ↠ Michio kushi Ï ➿ [Download] ➽ The Book of Macrobiotics By Michio Kushi ➵ – Gwairsoft.co.uk Macrobiotics as traditionally interpreted from the time of ancient Greece is the way of heath longevity and happiness in the lar Le have been turned from physical mental and spiritual unhappiness to health and freedomThis book is a simple introduction to the principles of health and happiness through the dietary approach based on the way of life according to the order of the universe macrobioti Didn't finish itI thought this book was about food but was disappointed to find out there were too many ramblings about other things like theories about the Universe social behavior even religions The few chapters which mentioned the macrobiotic diet had a lot of repetition A few good charts though but this could easily be put in a paper instead

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The Book of MacrobioticsMacrobiotics as traditionally interpreted from the time of ancient Greece is the way of heath longevity and happiness in the large sense through the view and application of the cosmological understanding of life Macrobiotics as currently presented throughout the world Kushi's books are all a wonder to read but at the same time so difficult to review simply because they are comprised of multiple layers which are not that consistent as one would hope them to be Although his style of writing couldn't be beautiful and poetic the underlying theories are not without problems His cosmology is IMHO completely off his medicine is somewhat acceptable his dietary practice is agreeable his ethics are spot on and his political views are again a bit too utopian to be taken completely seriously So it is up to each reader to turn on x ray vision and look thorough the conglomerate of everything accept what is good and leave behind the rest Very much like other dietary books which survived to this day from his or even earlier periods it carries one very important lesson for todays writers and readers and that is simply that when you have a good body of experiential and anecdotal evidence on your side don't try too much to justify it with contemporary science Yes I know there is a fear of disbelief or even mockery but please understand that natural or is there any other science is provisional theories come and go yet true effects of diet or exercise are evident regardless of explanations that one might use to back them up Resist that temptation If you read Upton Sinclair's or Arnold Ehret's or books on fasting it is almost funny what 'scientific' arguments they use yet the effects of fasting remain undisputed from antiuity to this very day I think Michio Kuchi's books might suffer from the same condition of over explanation But if you think that is bad wait for today's nutritional books to become completely unreadable after 20 or 30 years Kushi will still be there maybe even relevant and up to date as today