Sept. 30, 2013
Got back late last night from teaching a course at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts.
As regular readers know, I’ve authored six books about energy medicine and eco spirituality. My latest is Conscious Food: Sustainable Growing, Spiritual Eating (Findhorn Press, 2012).
I can’t say enough good things about Kripalu. In many ways, it epitomizes what I write about. Even if you aren’t into yoga (which I’m not), as a retreat center, it’s a fabulous place to be. The food is spectacular — organic, sustainable and delicious. There are food lines for omnivores and vegetarians (though meat is sparing). The grounds are immaculate and filled with hidden places and magical spaces. It is designed for meditation, prayer and teaching.
It was a great honor to be invited to be guest faculty. The students were wonderful and the experience was divine.
For more on Kripalu, see: http://www.kripalu.org
Jim PathFinder Ewing is a journalist, author, writer, editor, organic farmer and blogger. His latest book titled Conscious Food: Sustainable Growing, Spiritual Eating (Findhorn Press) is in bookstores now. Find Jim on Facebook: http://bit.ly/cuxUdc or follow him @edibleprayers or @organicwriter or visit blueskywaters.com.