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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Fourfold Path to Healing, Day 1

I just had an awesome time at the first meeting of the Fourfold Path to Healing Conference!  And what a way to start it off then actually speaking with Sally Fallon Morell (author of Nourishing Traditions and Eat Fat, Lose Fat) over a reception of yummy Nourishing Tradition-esque foods!  She was full of information and I'm highly looking forward to her break out sessions I'll be attending.

During the actual meeting we heard all three speakers talk, Sally Fallon Morell, Tom Cowan, MD, and Jaimen McMillan.  The evening comprised of each speaker talking about the fourth path of healing being the mental/spiritual path.  This path encompasses the other 3 paths; physical, emotional and life body.

For Tom Cowan (life body) it was about how we think and our outlook on life, who we are as humans.  The way we see our life affects how we express ourselves.  And the most important thing is how we think about life.

Jaimen McMillan (emotional) spoke about spacial dynamics and how we choose spaces we like to live in and how we are spacial beings.  He also spoke on how our perception is active and our reality is determined by where we meet it.

Sally Fallon Morell wrapped up the evening spoke about the writings of Rudolf Steiner and how the different stages of life shape our four paths and make us who we are presently.  She also discussed the different foods that play into the four paths of healing and the current dietary misinformation.

Overall it was a highly informative night and I'm totally looking forward to the next two days!  I am going to leave you with the "conference book list," so get to reading!  I will be back Saturday and Sunday with more updates regarding the conference!  Have a great weekend everyone!
“Thinking … is no more and no less an organ of perception than the eye or ear. Just as the eye perceives colours and the ear sounds, so thinking perceives ideas.” -Johann Wolfgang Goethe


Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship January 30, 2010 at 11:06 AM  

Wow! Ask Sally if she'll participate in the Faceoff! ;)

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