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It gives you tools to make the most of every day by drawing on some of the simple life lessons from the Japanese way of living.The main part of the book is divided into two themes - Kokoro (heart and mind) and Karada (body), In Kokoro, you learn about ikigai or your purpose, be this in your career or your personal passion for a pastime. Igikai is fundamental to the Japanese way of life and has been cited as the reason people live long-life and happy lives. Wabi-sabi and kintsugi - are the Japanese philosophies that value imperfection and balance and the importance of viewing life holistically. In part 2 the author shows the practical and actionable steps that Westerners can take to incorporate some Japanese philosophies into their lives, from forest bathing (shinrinyoku) and connecting with nature, to mindful moments doing flower arranging (ikebana), to the delicious beauty of bento boxes . Rounding off the book is a section about forming the habit and making these concepts come to life as part of your routine.

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Japonisme by Erin Niime longhurst

A Japanese-inspired guide to living a happier, more fulfilled life. This fascinating book, packed full of advice, takes you down the path to a fulfilling and happy life by drawing lessons from Japanese culture and ancient philosophy.

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Why It Works

It gives you tools to make the most of every day by drawing on some of the simple life lessons from the Japanese way of living.The main part of the book is divided into two themes - Kokoro (heart and mind) and Karada (body), In Kokoro, you learn about ikigai or your purpose, be this in your career or your personal passion for a pastime. Igikai is fundamental to the Japanese way of life and has been cited as the reason people live long-life and happy lives. Wabi-sabi and kintsugi - are the Japanese philosophies that value imperfection and balance and the importance of viewing life holistically. In part 2 the author shows the practical and actionable steps that Westerners can take to incorporate some Japanese philosophies into their lives, from forest bathing (shinrinyoku) and connecting with nature, to mindful moments doing flower arranging (ikebana), to the delicious beauty of bento boxes . Rounding off the book is a section about forming the habit and making these concepts come to life as part of your routine.

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