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Art of the inner meal : eating as a spiritual path

Author: Don Altman
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : HarperSanFrancisco, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Don Altman
ISBN: 0062516353 9780062516350 0062516361 9780062516367
OCLC Number: 40954029
Description: ix, 230 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Spiritual ingredients. Beginnings : Benefits from a spiritual approach to food that nourishes mind, body, and soul --
The primal source : Explore ancient roots that speak of our sacred connection to Mother Earth --
Finding true self : Use Hindu concepts of food to enhance your awareness and break long-standing habits --
Liberation, moderation, and loving-kindness : Liberate consciousness with a Buddhist approach to spiritual eating that is moderate, compassionate, and kind --
Holiness and family : Learn the Jewish art of making each and every meal holy and wholesome --
Community and communion : Bring service to the community through food and the Christian concept of communion --
Surrender, prayer, and charity : Discover how Islam's blend of peace and faith create a recipe for the inner meal --
pt. 2. Our daily seasonings. Sacred listening : Encourage your family's unique story to come alive using ancient methods of sacred listening --
Ritual blessings and chicken soup : Create your own rituals and traditions through the power of blessings --
Giving and receiving a cup of tea : Unlock the secrets of giving and receiving as explored in the Japanese tea ceremony --
The monk's diet : Discover how to use mindfulness as a powerful tool that makes any meal spiritual --
Empty stomach, full spirit : Transform an empty stomach into a full spirit through the art of fasting --
pt. 3. Return to source. The good, the bad, the forbidden : Find out why the wisdom traditions recommend some foods and forbit others --
Nature's connection : Reclaim your place in the sacred web by tuning in to Earth's natural rhythms --
A personal spiritual ecology : Create your own vision of spiritual ecology by integrating inner meal practices --
Mindfulness : Allow space for inner meal thoughts, reflections, and mindfulness.
Responsibility: Donald Altman.
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