The Seven and the Twelve

Ohsawa, George
May 2005
Macrobiotics Today;May/Jun2005, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p39
Academic Journal
The article lists the "Seven Laws of the Order of the Universe" and the "Twelve Theorems of the Unique Principle." As per the Laws of the Order of the Universe, "what has a beginning has an end," "what has a front has a back," "there is nothing identical," "the bigger the front, the bigger the back," "every antagonism is complementary," "Yin and Yang are the classifications of all polarization. They are antagonistic and complementary," and "Yin and Yang are the two arms of One, that is Infinite.


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