Raw and Living Food
The World Peace Diet Online Courses
Dr. Will Tuttle
Dr. Will Tuttle's best-selling book, The World Peace Diet, Eating for Spiritual Health and Social Harmony is now an online course.
Dr. Tuttle personally facilitates the Mastery Series and the Facilitator Training with lectures and interactive questions.
He provides those who attend with the compassionate skills and like-minded community necesary to actually make a difference.
Often-times in conversations with others regarding our diet we get caught up in being judgmental and frustrated at not having all the facts.
We are sometimes stymied by statements that have no real basis in reality, yet we are not sure how to respond.
Or we truly want to better communicate our feelings about why we feel veganism is important.
These situations are all addressed from a place of compassionate intention.
health, compassion, sanity, and inclusiveness
The real gift though is in being reminded of our true love of the animal kingdom.
Animals have feelings, families, and a life purpose, as we do. They must be allowed to live their purpose. This is the first principle of Will's teaching.
It rather puts our veganism, diet, and nutrition into perspective. When the place from which we act is compassion, most everything else is simple, easy.
The World Peace Diet Facilitator Training Program
Will is now offering the Mastery Series
(audio recording) and the first ever online World Peace Diet Facilitator Training Program
I highly recommend the Mastery Series whether you are vegetarian or a vegan or contemplating the path. I feel this training will complement any spiritual path and you will certainly be sure upon completion of this series whether you want to be a vegan.
If you are a vegan and wanting to take your activism to the next level or would like to build community around Will's teaching.
Definitely sign up for the 8 week Facilitator Training and become a mentor.
You may signup at any time. Click here for more information.
The World Peace Diet at Purdue University
At Purdue University, a professor just finished an entire semester course with only The World Peace Diet as the textbook! This was offered as an honors course in Health
and Human Sciences. What an adventure that course was for those students. (a recent note from Will Tuttle).