“Between every two pine trees is a doorway leading to a new way of life”~ John Muir
In my forthcoming book, Food Shaman: The Art of Quantum Food, I touch upon the Japanese concept of shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing.” How, where, and with whom we eat is a powerful predictor of the effects the foods have upon us. Recently, I hiked several miles off the beaten path, following a game trail. Here, simple foods and clear, clean water became a sublime meal. For those of you stuck in a cubicle, or worse yet with that annoying co-worker; here’s a lunchtime gift. Here is your 10 seconds of Zen.