With Thanksgiving, we kicked off the holiday season and families are gathering around the table to celebrate. It is the time to eat, enjoy and share. It is definitely the time of multiple dinners with families and friends. But how we can take advantage of these meals to improve our way of life?
Jane Bernard, author of Lucid Living in the Virtual Age, recommends that it is not what we eat, but how we eat it. “Savoring flavor and the abundance takes our mind away from daily stress, brings good feelings to the surface. Holidays remind us about what we have in common. Tasting the meals and talking about the flavors and complimenting the cook, makes dessert sweeter. We improve our life and avoid stress at family gathering by focusing on what we’re doing (eating) and the pleasures we share.”
If you’re interested in interviewing Jane Bernard, having her provide comments, or having her write an exclusive article for you let me know and I’ll gladly work out the details. Lastly, please let me know if you’d like to receive a copy of her book, "Lucid Living in the Virtual Age" or “Fine Tuning Your Sensual Thinking for possible review.
About the Jane Bernard
Jane Bernard is a visionary and a teacher. She is passionate about the role of Sensual Thinking to facilitate enduring positive change in our world. Logical and original, Jane has been called inspiring and provocative. Through her eyes, we see ourselves differently.
Having degrees in Philosophy (The New School) and Special Education (Bank Street College), combined with three decades of Rinzai Zen practice, and the ‘everyman college of living’, all contribute to her thinking.
Jane is a writer and the author of 4 books about intuitive thinking. She has been on TV & international radio, talking from the intuitive perspective. Jane introduced her first book, Fine Tuning, on The Montel Williams Show, in 2006. Her easy-going combination of common sense and originality is a natural eye-opener.