- MACROBIOTIC CHEF AND COUNSELOR -
At 7 p.m.
at David’s, Margaret’s and Abigail's home in Newton, MA
March 7, 2014 Menu
Creamy Corn Soup
Stuffed Onions with Cranberries
Roasted Brown Rice Rolled in Almond Flour
Cauliflower-Broccoli with a Ginger Tamari-Lemon Sauce
(See below for dinner logistics.)
Followed by a presentation with Paul Gerzon
THE SEVEN BEAUTIES
Macrobiotics has many useful concepts, models, and
principles. One is the “seven levels of judgment,” or the seven different kinds of awareness or ways of choosing. In this evening presentation, Paul Gerzon, macrobiotic
practitioner for over 45 years, will present this simple but highly useful model through talking, asking questions,
and audience participation. Some stand-up comedy is likely.
Included will be the seven kinds of infinity, the seven
levels of eating, and the seven ways of death.
From participating in this evening, you will leave with a
new way of seeing how you make choices and perhaps more power to live your life
as you really want to.
Donation welcome. $10 suggested, or whatever you wish to pay based on value received.
Paul Gerzon began macrobiotics in 1967 at the age of 12,
influenced by his older brother Robert and by reading George Oshawa and Michio Kushi. He changed his diet from “meat and sugar” to “grains and vegetables” at
that time and has thought in terms of holism and yin/yang monistic dualism ever since.
He helped found Ionia, the macrobiotic village in Alaska,
and lived with those pioneers[masked].
He values his time learning from, and wishes to acknowledge, Alan Watts, est, Landmark Education, Process-Oriented Psychology, Kripalu, David Deida, Byron Katie, Marshall Rosenberg (founder of “Non-Violent Communication”), Guided Self-Healing, the Human Awareness Institute (HAI), New Culture, Tom Monte, and Eckhart Tolle. He is certified in Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy and is the father of six children.
Most ingredients are organic and of the highest standards.
Come be in community and enjoy the healthiest meal on planet earth!
Call (617)[masked] or e-mail [masked]
for reservations and directions.
Please rsvp no later than noon on Friday.
Sliding scale of $20 - $35/meal.
(Note: Preferred payment is by cash or check.)
(Let David know if interested in helping him cook in exchange for a free meal. Prerequisite: One of David's cooking classes, unless experienced.)
(Please contact us if you'd like to lead a discussion opener based upon a topic of your choice.)
Feel free to pass on to other friends and kindred spirits!