The Tree of Life: Using Macrobiotic Principles, Part 3

Ferré, Carl
September 2006
Macrobiotics Today;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p5
Academic Journal
The article presents the third part of a series of articles on macrobiotic principles which discusses the seven stages of judgment by George Ohsawa, founder of the macrobiotic diet. First is physical, the body's defense against bacteria; followed by sensorial, the ability to distinguish senses; sentimental, the expression of feelings; intellectual, the gathering of knowledge; social, the companionship with others; ideological, the religious thinking; and supreme, the unification with God.


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