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Wednesday, March 27 • 13:00 - 14:00
Hillary Hitt: Fasting As A Path To Dharma

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In the Hindu and Buddhist traditions, fasting—“vasting”, or Upavasa, is considered a religious law, ethical and economic practice and jurisprudence of abstaining from food and the material world. Upa means to stay up; and vasa means with God, nature or Dharma. As a way of life our genes, DNA, mitochondria, microbiome, cells, glands, stomachs and hormones, mind and Chakras, thrive on no food, while the spirit of our unity one with God/Dharma is reborn . . . Fasting is a sacred practice when the mind commits to a higher purpose and the body surrenders to its perfect flow, cleansing, and rebirth.

Fasting is like a long-held Yoga pose. When you practice fasting periodically, during different life-stages you go back to the beginning of who you are—renewing your perspective, regenerating your awareness, connecting to the rawness of an empty stomach, while giving birth to what it means to be a human being with an inherent dedication and inspiration to follow a spiritually healthy way of life, continually into your older years.

In this very interesting and valuable workshop, we will discuss the reasons why we fast, the world we live in, and the different types of fasting. We go through the immune and digestive systems, our Karmic Life History and our Divine Immune Intelligence. We call on participants to share experiences and stories, answer personal questions, and recommend different fasting protocols for individuals with specific issues. We share

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Hillary Hitt

USA, Nutrition and Cleansing
Hillary Hitt is a teacher, counselor and researcher in alternative-health-education according to Buddha Dharma principles. After graduating with an EdM from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 1987 she ventured to Koh Samui, Thailand, where she has been living for the past... Read More →

Wednesday March 27, 2019 13:00 - 14:00 WITA