Food is Memory: Ayurvedic Cooking Workshop and Dinner

with Patwinder Kaur and Patricia Buraschi

Sunday October 7th 3pm-7pm, Brooklyn, NY

“The food cycle is our complete memory. It is the constant remembering of our body. Food is memory. Memory is being. Eating is remembering.”


The earth has been continuously refining herself from the beginning of time. Every species she contains contributes to the evolution of the universe. Each tree and mountain, cloud and stream reflects the light of the universe. Cosmic memory is held and refined by the genetic code, the DNA, of all life-forms. Our cognitive relationship to food can unravel the vast mystery of being in time and space. Food takes us through the complete cycle of being, from the original cosmic seed to the fragile sprout, to the flourishing plant and its fruits.Ayurveda is rooted in Indian’s most cherished scriptures known as the Vedas, which date to about b.c. 1500. Of the four Vedas, two of them -the Rig Veda and Atharva Veda- give detailed information about healing, surgery and longevity. From the rich legacy left us by the Rishis , we learn what we are now coming to know again in the west: transgressions against Nature’s laws, against our own inner wisdom, are the cause of all disease.Our cognitive relationship to food can unravel the vast mystery of being in time and space. Food takes us through the complete cycle of being, from the original cosmic seed to the fragile sprout, to the flourishing plant and its fruits.

More info and tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/282609!Day of $75
email for location: patricia.buraschi [at] gmail [dot]com
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