WHAT THIS BOOK WILL DO FOR YOU


Nourishing Your Body, Mind & Soul

Reconnect With Nature

We are all energetic beings with an inherent desire to feel connected. This book will teach you how to do that.

Interdependency

Every living being a unique purpose and service. Understanding that the essence of life is linkage and how we all depend on each other is a key to happiness.

Master the Tongue

All the great spiritual masters and sages of the past understood the importance of mastering the tongue to reach enlightenment. I will teach you how.

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FOOD & SCIENCE

Referencing the latest developments in Quantum Physics, I establish the fact that food is another form of energy. Taking this concept further, and pointing to the research of Dr. Emoto and Homeopathy, I show how thoughts and emotions are also energy.

OUR TRUE NATURE

Unfortunately, due to association with matter, the spirit identifies more with a temporary body and forgets their eternal higher Self. I propose that the path of Food Yoga offers a way to escape the Matrix.

METAPHYSICS

The American Indians have a rich connection to the natural world. Their philosophy of respect for all living beings aligns perfectly with the Food Yogi lifestyle. Their reverence for nature is not exclusive, however, as we find similar expressions in other ancient cultures.

YOGA

Yoga is a life path of “uniting with God. A true yogi is one that walks a path of unity and respect for all life. A yogi is clean internally and externally by living a pure and regulated life of eating, sleeping, working and recreation.

WATER

For various reasons, including its ability to store memory (thought energy), water is the most important of all elements. That water is a conduit of intention is extremely important to the Food Yogi. Without water, there is no life, and without honoring water, there is no spiritual growth.

FOOD YOGI DIET

Preparing food with a deep connection to the Earth allows our channel to open that much more. When we bring this truth and balance into the kitchen, because the kitchen is the heart of the home, it ripples throughout all we do, feel and think.

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Also known as the “Food Yogi,” Paul was a celibate monk for 14 years from age 19-33. He lived simply, slept on the floor without a pillow, took cold showers, arose at 3.30am every morning, meditated for 2 hours and studied the ancient Vedas of India.

He has traveled to 70 countries and cooked for presidents and leaders of the world. During Paul’s travels, he visited three war zones and in 2005, he led an international team of volunteers to set up makeshift kitchens in villages across Sri Lanka in response to the great Asian tsunami, where volunteers served freshly cooked vegan meals to tens of thousands.

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