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by George Ohsawa

Author: George Ohsawa
Subcategory: Nutrition
Language: English
Publisher: George Ohsawa Macrobiotic Foundation; First Edition edition (February 1, 1973)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Fitness and Health
Rating: 4.8
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Start by marking Unique Principle Philosophy of Macrobiotics as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Ohsawa was born in a family whose father was descended George Ohsawa, born Nyoichi Sakurazawa, was the founder of the Macrobiotic diet and philosophy. When living in Europe he went by the pen names of Musagendo Sakurazawa, Nyoiti Sakurazawa, and Yukikazu Sakurazawa. He also used the French first name Georges while living in France, and his name is sometimes also given in this spelling. Ohsawa also mentions in his books how he cured himself from tuberculosis at age 19 using what he knew about the ancient yin-yang concepts.

Spoken words from George Ohsawa Africa 1956 Philosophy of Oriental Medicine by George Ohsawa one of the classic books in macrobiotic literature

Spoken words from George Ohsawa Africa 1956 Philosophy of Oriental Medicine by George Ohsawa one of the classic books in macrobiotic literature. In it, Ohsawa defines the Unique Principle-also called yin and yang-and provides reasons why he classifies yin and yang the way he does. Also included is a section on understanding and developing personal judging ability and case histories of people Ohsawa saw in India and Africa.

The Unique Principle : The Philosophy of Macrobiotics. The unique (unifying) principle, called yin/yang by the ancient Chinese, is the missing key that joins religion and science, man and God, philosophy and daily life. by George Ohsawa and Georges Ohsawa. This is George Ohsawa's first book originally published in French in 1931.

Unique principle: philosophy of macrobiotics, 1929 This book is unique among George Ohsawa’s books because of its multi-lingual origins.

Unique principle: philosophy of macrobiotics, 1929. Ohsawa traveled to France in 1929 and was charmed by the culture; in return, he sought to introduce Far Eastern philosophy to the French. The Unique Principle discusses Eastern thought, including chapters on Chinese Science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics), a brief chronology of ancient Chinese philosophers, an explanation of the 8 trigrams that comprise the I Ching, and comparisons between the spirit of the Asian people, specifically the Chinese, the Hindu, and the Japanese. This book is unique among George Ohsawa’s books because of its multi-lingual origins.

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George Ohsawa outlined what he called The Unique Principle, which is composed of seven principles and . The physical classification of yin and yang was the guide for the many dramatic recoveries that macrobiotics is so well known for. The Seven Conditions.

George Ohsawa outlined what he called The Unique Principle, which is composed of seven principles and twelve laws of change of the infinite universe. The Unique Principle explains the workings and relationships between yin and yang, and can be applied to create balance, harmony, and change in all aspects of life. This principle has the ability to endlessly adapt and bring maximum benefit to any circumstance or topic to which it is applied be it a vegan diet, sustainable farming, or physical training.

Ohsawa writes in his books that he cured himself of tuberculosis at the age of 19. .Subsequently, the philosophy of Ohsawa has been referred to as Macrobiotics.

Ohsawa writes in his books that he cured himself of tuberculosis at the age of 19 by applying the ancient Chinese concept of yin and yang as well as the teachings of Sagen Ishizuka.

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George Ohsawa, tuberculosis survivor and father of macrobiotics. And the philosophy is holistic - physical, mental, and spiritual - and meant to bring about a sort of elevated consciousness

George Ohsawa, tuberculosis survivor and father of macrobiotics. The macrobiotic philosophy divides food into yin and yang categories, and seeks a balance between them. Yin foods are considered cool and expansive, and they include vegetables, fruits, seaweed, and beans - foods that can be eaten fresh. And the philosophy is holistic - physical, mental, and spiritual - and meant to bring about a sort of elevated consciousness.

2 Books by George Ohsawa in English include: Acupuncture and the Philosophy of the Far East; Atomic Age .

Medicine; Practical Guide to Far Eastern Macrobiotic Medicine; Unique Principle; You Are All Sanpaku; and Zen Macrobiotics.

The unique (unifying) principle, called yin/yang by the ancient Chinese, is the missing key that joins religion and science, man and God, philosophy and daily life. This is George Ohsawa's first book originally published in French in 1931.