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TOKYO and SAITAMA, Japan, Feb. 19, 2016 /Kyodo JBN/ –
University of Human Arts and Sciences/ T&M Kusumi Foundation
"Control Your Destiny, Change Your Life":
Book Providing Hints on How to Live Better Life
A book titled "Control Your Destiny, Change Your Life" has been published to suggest hints for how you can live a better life. The book offers "Knowledge for Well-Being" by integrating Eastern and Western knowledge, wisdom, virtue and culture.
Author: Mari Kusumi (researcher and educator)
Profile: PhD.in Medicine, MA in Clinical Psychology
President, University of Human Arts and Sciences.(Japan)
Chairman, Board of Trustees, Japan Society of Health Sciences of Mind and Body.
President, Tokyo Human Health Sciences University, Vietnam.
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This book is written based on harmonization between scientific knowledge concerning human life and Japanese culture, correlating this knowledge to different life sciences such as the basic sciences of biology, chemistry and physics; body and mind sciences; psychological and social sciences; astrology; archeology and history. It is an introductory textbook for students in any health discipline.
We wonder to ourselves why we were born, what we need to do to achieve happiness, and what value we offer to the world.
As humanity evolved, we continued to control gene expression as a means of adapting to harsh environments until we reached our present state. The sense of values passed on among Japanese people in their genes was developed through the changes of the seasons and other natural features of the country. The unique sense that there is spiritualness in every part of nature, and the idea of coexistence with life that was developed here, are emblematic of the Japanese people. As human beings, we adapt to nature, the climate and the seasons, and in an environment of many changes we developed this idea of coexistence that is now deeply rooted in our everyday lives as a kind of knowledge for well-being.
This knowledge produces culture as it coexists with, and becomes harmonized and fused with, different cultures and a wide range of thinking, religion and science, and it lives within us today in our DNA.
This book contains this unique Japanese sense of values that belongs to me as the author. In the book, I explain this awareness or way of looking at things which lies within the Japanese people from a scientific perspective, and present it as "life promotion" and as "knowledge for well-being" that can be helpful when making life choices.
It is to this generation that I wish to transmit knowledge for well-being. In this book, I provided hints for how we can live better lives. I would finally like to offer the following words of wisdom to the people living in the present age.