Eating in the Light by Doreen Virtue
Information: 151 pages, paperback, revised and updated edition
They say: Is veganism the right path for you? This book will give you all the information you need to make that very personal decision for yourself. Doreen Virtue and Becky Prelitz show you that it isn't just the fat or carbohydrate content that counts when making dietary choices - it's the "spiritual vibrational" quality of what you eat that truly makes a difference in how you look and feel.
In this fascinating guide you'll learn how vegansism can elevate your energy, help you become more psychic, and enhance your spiritual growth. You'll also read practical and nutritionally sound tips on how to:
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Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist who works with the angelic realm. A clairvoyant since childhood, Doreen teaches people practical ways to work with the Angels to heal their lives. She has appeared on countless TV talk shows in the US, where she is frequently referred to as 'The Angel Lady.' Dr Virtue gives angel readings at workshops throughout the world; and she teaches audience members how to see, hear, feel, and know their guardian angels.
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Vernon MarshallThis is a small pocket-sized book that is ideal for taking on a journey. It deals with everything you need to know to convert your lifestyle to a Vegetarian one. It deals with the philosophical arguments for making the change, the spiritual significance of what and how you eat, and the challenges to a vegetarian lifestyle in the modern world. It is not just a theoretical manual, however. It is a practical one also. It offers a number of diagrams and charts to explain what food actually does, how it nourishes the body and feeds the spirit. There are explanations of the work of proteins and nutrients and how one can make the best of what the natural world has to offer.
There is also a brief chapter on the cost of meat eating to the planet and it is something of a shocker. There are also useful resources included and a handy bibliography for those who wish to take the subject further.
It is a small book with a big challenge. For those who need to be convinced of the desirability of going vegetarian, this book is for them.