The Kabbalah of Food

The Kabbalah of Food

Conscious Eating for Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Health

Book - 1998 | First edition.
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The Jewish preoccupation with nourishment, diets, and the enjoyment of eating is often a source of humor. But nourishment is more than just food in the Jewish tradition: our eating habits determine how we are nourished on many levels, not just the physical. In this third volume of his trilogy, Rabbi Bonder teaches us about creating a healthy exhcnage between ourselves and our environment. The discussion includes: 

   *  how to eat consciously, with ecological and political awareness
   * how to connect with the energetic essence of our food
   * how to avoid becoming overweight--in the emotional, spiritual, and moral as well as physical sense
   * the inner meaning of religious customs and laws concerning food and eating

Rabbi Bonder draws on parables and teachings of the Talmudic sages and Hasidic masters and examines a well-known text of Jewish law, the Shulhan Arukh , for its practical insights into diet and other concerns of daily life.
Publisher: Boston : Shambhala, 1998.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781570623479
Branch Call Number: 296.368 Bon
Characteristics: viii, 152 pages ; 19 cm


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