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While debates rage over which diets are best in terms of health and longevity, this book is not about diet in the usual sense, but is an exploration of the profound cultural and spiritual ramifications of our food choices and the mentality underlying them.
– Dr. Will Tuttle, The World Peace Diet
Most of us do it three times a day… eat a meal, that is. In a world with ever-increasing human health problems, environmental degradation and unimaginable cruelty toward animals, it’s comforting to know that there is something we can do. We can lessen the suffering in each of these areas by what we put on our plates. Our everyday decisions about food have an impact on our intelligence, intuition, emotional well-being and our bodies.
Re-sensitizing Ourselves to the Beauty and Sacredness of Life:
Join me for a thought-provoking conversation with Dr. Will Tuttle where we’ll dive deep into subjects the meat-medical complex would rather keep silent. As he writes in The World Peace Diet, Evolution implies not only change, but transformation. In world mythology, when heroes refuse the call to leave home to take the evolutionary journey, they become sick. For us as a culture, it is the same. We must shake the the old stagnation and comfortable disconnections out of our minds and bodies, embrace the evolutionary urge within us to awaken compassion and intuitive wisdom, and live our lives in accord with the truth that we are connected intimately with all living beings.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:
– Metaphorically Leaving Home: Questioning Societal Conditioning
– The Nature of Intelligence: The Ability to Make Connections
– Developing Intuition, Life Purpose and Creative Freedom
More about our guest:
Dr. Will Tuttle has a master’s degree in humanities from San Francisco State University and a Ph.D. in the philosophy of education from the University of California, Berkeley. He is an award-winning speaker, educator, author, and musician. A vegan since 1980, his writings, music, and presentations focus on compassion, creativity, intuition, and the intersectionality of social justice, animal liberation, and environmental, health, spiritual, and peace issues. He trained in Korea as a Zen Buddhist monk and has worked extensively in Tai Chi, yoga, and meditation. He’s the author of a #1 Amazon best-seller: The World Peace Diet, editor of the newly released book Circles of Compassion and played a role in the DVD Cowspiracy. You can find out more about him at www.WorldPeaceDiet.com
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