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Japanese Water Therapy: The Key for a healthy lifestyle

Japanese Water Japanese Water Therapy is a methodical and reliable practice that can  help to combat different health issues.   This therapy’s aim is to use water to balance and control your health in your everyday life. Water is an important part of our lives, and it is one of the fundamental elements that human life requires.  It is also recommended that at least eight to ten  glasses of water should be drank every day in order  to flush out all the contaminants and to help them  function properly. Some nutritionists also recommend that beginning  your day with a glass of warm water, lime and honey or hot water mixed with apple cider vinegar, lemon, honey and  cinnamon is perfect. It kick-starts your metabolism and works well for your wellbeing in general. In fact, people in Japan take this advice seriously and practice a certain form of water therapy that is known to assist with weight loss and health. When performed methodically and regularly, a simple activity will aid in combating different …

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Kaizen: Japanese 1 Minute Technique For Self-Improvement

Today I am talking about the best Japanese method and technique that will enhance your personal growth. What Does Kaizen means? Kaizen is the Sino-Japanese word for “improvement“. For the unversed, ‘Kai‘ means change and ‘Zen‘ stands for wisdom. The Japanese word kaizen means “change for better” in Japanese dictionaries and in regular use, without …

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Kintsugi: The art of beautiful repair with gold

What does Kintsugi mean? Kintsugi– the art of gold, is an ancient technique, discovered in Japan in the fifteenth century, invites us to restore a damaged object by enhancing its scars with real gold powder, rather than covering them. The word Kintsugi comes from the Japanese Kin (gold) and Tsugi (join) and thus means literally: join with gold. Kintsugi art is called Kintsukuroi, which means ‘mending with gold.’ Where Does Kintsugi Come From? Although the origins of Kintsugi are not clear, historians think it dates back to the late 15th century. The art started when Japanese shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa sent a broken “chawan” — or tea bowl — back to China for repair,  …

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Wabi-Sabi Lifestyle: The Perfectly Imperfect Way To Embrace The Imperfection

What is Wabi-Sabi? According to Wikipedia, Wabi-Sabi is a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. It is a concept derived from the Buddhist teaching of the three marks of existence impermanence, suffering, and emptiness or absence of self-nature. According to Richard Powell, the famous author of the Wabi-Wabi book “Wabi-Sabi Simple”, …

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