Even though Saburo Nakamura went to Columbia University as a student to do research on autonomic nervous system and visited some prominent people in Europe, he couldn’t find the solution after all.
In 1911, on his way back to Japan in despair, a total stranger who happened to be a prestigious master of Indian Yoga approached him and pointed out that he had some illness in his lungs.
Hoping that his supernatural power could save him, he became his Yogi disciple and miraculously cured himself fully from his Tuberculosis after a 2 and a half years of Yoga training in Himalayans.
After he came back to Japan, he became a journalist and later even became the president of a bank yet, he suddenly had a sense of mission in 1919, retired from work, established his academic society (later, “Tenpu Society”), and began publicly spreading his success philosophy and method called, “Oneness philosophy and method”.
Later, he had changed his first name from Saburo to Tenpu, and many influential figures of political and business circles had joined his academic society as well.