The book all yogis need!
It’s about time somebody wrote this book-and Paul Turner did it in an excellent way. A much needed contribution and soon to be staple for serious yogis. – Raghunath Cappo
Body, Mind, & Soul
“He who loves with purity considers not the gift of the lover, but the love of the giver.” – Thomas Kempis
Food & Science
We are Loved
Our True Nature
The Gift of Food
I didn’t know much about your background and am impressed by it. What a long time to be a monk! There was quite a lot I’d not heard before in the book, especially about the Torus shape... I’d heard that some Hindus and Krishnas don’t eat garlic/onions, and am glad to now know why. Really appreciated the line about how easy it is to find fault, but how little we gain by doing so. If only more animal advocates took that to heart.
Finally - the book that tells the whole story about this thing we do three times a day: eat. FOOD YOGA shares in delicious prose both the spiritual and physical relevance of food in our lives, and how we can use it to heal ourselves and our planet. 'Should be must-read for anybody who's ever held a fork.
Today I have a book recommendation for you My book today is called Food Yoga. My friend Paul who is the author was previously a Monk & now is known as the Food Yogi. He travels the world feeding the poor & teaching his way of life. He is an incredible man who inspires you to live a healthy lifestyle from a holistic approach to nourish your body, mind and soul. Check out Paul's Facebook page to order his book, www.facebook.com/foodyogi