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One must not live on bread alone: the sacral meaning of the nutrition process.
Prevention and healing of eating disorders
We are connected with the world by a multitude of visible and invisible threads and some of them are vitally necessary, and one of these threads, or rather strings, is the process of nourishment, which is the condition for the existence of a living being on earth. People spend huge efforts to produce the necessary food, but it is not enough for everyone, and where there is enough and even much more than enough there is a hard problem of the right choice ...
The human body is a complex musical instrument in which a symphony of our destiny sounds and the desire to adjust each string of this instrument is so natural and understandable. But in the case of a food process such adjustment can take too much time and effort, especially when the main motive is fear, fear of certain foods and their impact on the body. And where fear dominates there are problems that manifest themselves in various kinds of violations, and sometimes in diseases.
Anyone who would like to consider nutrition at a higher level than biochemical (the content of trace elements, proteins, fats and carbohydrates) or biophysical (calorie counting) are invited to our webinar, which will be held on December 8 - 10, 2017
December 8 (Friday):
18.00 Ð 20.00 Ð human nutrition as the part of the global exchange process. Sacral and physical meaning of the nutrition process
December 9 (Saturday):
11.00 Ð 12.30 Ð food as the basis of a person's physical life. Food and nutritional processes
13.00 Ð 15.00 Ð connection of nutrition and the state of human consciousness. Nutrition in the context of self-development. Principles of healthy eating at different stages of human life
December 10 (Sunday):
11.00 Ð 12.30 Ð meat eating or vegetarianism? Nutrition and religious life. Abstinence
13.00 Ð 15.00 Ð eating disorders and food addiction: prevention and treatment
Facilitator is anthroposophical psychologist and art-therapist Tatiana Pavlova
Registration available in Russian only