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Macrobiotics - the medicine of longevity and rejuvenation is very simple, extremely simple and economical. Anyone can apply it at any time, under any living standard, under any circumstances. She is more educative than curative, and completely subject to your understanding and will. This is a sure help in exploring the path to Satori - the attainment of freedom and self-knowledge, and you must reach it yourself.
Many books devoted to this issue mainly tell about it, present their concept, but are impractical.
They are great for (studying) reading and memorizing, but it’s very difficult to live in them in everyday life. In contrast, the art of longevity and rejuvenation, Macrobiotics, is PRACTICAL. You can discover it for yourself by strictly and absolutely following its main direction in just 10 days.
This book emphasizes the importance of proper nutrition and drinking. If you wish to further deepen the understanding of philosophy - the basis of Macrobiotics - read the Book of Common Sense.
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Be your own doctor

  1. Mastering your own behavior
    If you try to synthesize the individual forms of development of higher mental functions described in previous chapters, it is easy to notice that all of them share a common psychological sign, which we have dealt with so far in passing, but which makes up their distinctive feature from all other mental processes. All these processes are processes of mastering our own reactions with the help of
  2. Determination of natural heart rate
    The intrinsic frequency of the heart rhythm (CRSR) is defined as the frequency of spontaneous depolarization of the sinus node, regardless of the influence of the autonomic nervous system. The definition of SSRD is of great clinical significance, since this parameter theoretically depends only on the intrinsic electrophysiological characteristics of the automatism of the sinus node. Complete vegetative blockade can be
  3. Own research.
    Own
  4. Own work
    Own
  5. Proper babyhood
    The role of communication with adults in the development of the child. The life of the infant is entirely dependent on the adult. An adult meets the organic needs of the child - feeds, bathes, turns him from one side to the other. The adult also satisfies the growing need for diverse impressions: the baby is noticeably enlivened when taken on his hands. Moving in space thanks to an adult child
  6. Proper babyhood
    Infancy is a special time in the development of a child. The social situation of development in infancy, according to LS. Vygotsky, is that the whole life and behavior of the infant is mediated by an adult or realized in collaboration with him. Therefore, he called it “We” (a child cannot exist without an adult), which allows us to consider the child as a social being, his attitude to reality
  7. Lesson 10. Own "I" through the eyes of people around you.
    Objective: to develop the ability to see oneself through the eyes of others and to understand others. Exercise 1 One of the group members (addressee) goes out the door with a piece of paper and a pen, trying to imagine what the group thinks of him, how she sees him. At this time, the group is thinking about the same question: how do we see this person? During the discussion, the whole group names at least 10 positive and
  8. FEATURES OF IDENTIFICATION WITH ITS OWN "I". CRISIS OF PERSONALITY IN ADOLESCENCE
    Identification with your own "I." The most important feature of the personality in adolescence is the rapid development of self-consciousness through the reflection of the adolescent on themselves and others. The better education and upbringing a teenager received in childhood, the richer his reflection. A teenager can, having forgotten about all the fun, having been distracted from his favorite activity in the field of cognitive activity, having gone from communication, for a long time
  9. Stage 3. Making your own psychological portrait
    Students are further invited to characterize themselves using the same set of qualities. The instruction is as follows: “Do the ranking as follows. First, select the quality that you think is most inherent to you. Place a “1” next to this quality. Next, select the most characteristic quality from the remaining qualities and mark it with the number “2”, etc.
  10. The results of their own research.
    During the period of internship in the clinic, one parasitic disease was registered - dog dirofilariasis. Dirofilariasis (Dirofilarioses canum) (translated from the Latin words diro and filum, means “evil thread”) is a transmissible parasitic disease caused by a cardiac nematode of the genus Dirofilaria, characterized by heart, liver, and renal complications.
  11. The results of their own research
    Given the epizootic situation of the disease in Kazakhstan in previous years, as well as the global situation, the likelihood of an epizootic situation remains high. The main threat in distribution is assigned to wild migratory birds, especially duck, goose, swan (Figure 20). The spring migration flow of migratory birds to the territory of Siberia passes through Kazakhstan along three main
  12. WE DEVELOP YOUR OWN STYLE
    WE DEVELOP YOUR OWN
  13. My own way
    I started leading creative development workshops in New York. I led them because I was told so. One day, I walked along a cobbled street through the West Village, bathed in beautiful afternoon light. And suddenly, for a moment, I realized that I should teach people, groups of people, how to find a way out of the creative impasse. Perhaps this desire was conveyed to me by someone from
  14. Stage 3. Socio-psychological analysis of their own gender roles
    The third stage is devoted to reflection and introspection. Task 1 This task is aimed at identifying gender stereotypes of students. The teacher proposes to explore their own gender stereotypes by performing the following task. Each participant is invited to answer in turn the following questions. 1. What did they tell me in childhood (parents and other adults) about what they should
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