Michio Kushi’s “Spirals Of Everlasting Change”

by on Mar.19, 2009, under Audio, Audio-Visual, Free, Videos

spiral_album_coverKushi Publishing, Inc. is proud to release an enhanced digital and online version of the only LP vinyl album ever released by Michio Kushi, “Spirals Of Everlasting Change”, containing 7-tracks of high quality audio recording.  “Spirals Of Everlasting Change” was originally produced and released in November, 1972 by John J. Bellicchi (INYO International) and contains music by Steve Shapiro.

Among these recordings Michio reminisces about his youth, his meeting with George Ohsawa and explains what initially started him on his quest for world peace. Michio also provides his timeless outlines of his world view including the order of the foods we should be eating, understanding yin and yang and the laws of change in order that we may find health, happiness and the understanding needed to create One Peaceful World.

This digital version includes a full read-along transcript transcribed by Marc Van Cauwenberghe.  The analog to digital audio conversion was done by Tenji Kushi, and the final audio-visual digital presentation was put together by Phiya Kushi.  We hope you will enjoy these timeless words of wisdom from Michio Kushi.


4 Comments for this entry

  • Alan Keen

    I think 1975 was a very busy year. Both my daughters were born (1972 and 1974). I had Michio’s LP, but I thought it had came out earlier. I still remember listening to it and being surprised to learn that he too had seen the golden light given off by everything. That one event more than anything in my life, has proven to me that all is life. Chief Dan George spoke of this in the movie “Little Big Man”. He had said that Indians saw that even the rocks were alive and they treated them that way, while the white-man thought that everything was dead, and treated it that way.
    I know I will enjoy hearing the LP again. Thank you very much. Alan

  • Cami Kribs

    In regards to this topic, it is often hard to get good ideas on the Web. Thanks for sharing your ideas on natural health and associated topics. Incidentally, do you have any good recommendations on where I can get more useful ideas on the Web? Keep up the great work!

  • Steve Shapiro

    Alan is correct. I did the music for this project and it was competed and released in 1972.

    – Steve Shapiro


  • Phiya

    Thanks for the correction! I appreciate your music and your contribution, Steve.
    Phiya Kushi

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