'More and more people are studying the question of nutrition, and that is good: it is important. But to my mind, the most important is to realize that nutrition does not apply only to the physical body...'
This is not a dietary handbook. In fact it has little to do with diet. Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov teaches that our attitude toward nutrition is far more important than what we eat or how much we eat. He restores to the act of eating the mystical significance it attained at the Last Supper. Even the reader to whom this spiritual aspect is foreign will realize that his attitude toward food can lead to a deeper understanding of the relation between man and nature, for nature supplies man with food, and man, if his thoughts and feelings are attuned to nature, becomes capable of extracting from his physical food the subtle elements necessary to the full flowering of his whole being.
1 - Eating: an Act which Concerns the Whole Man
2 - Hrani-Yoga
3 - Food: a Love-Letter from God
4 - Choosing Your Food
5 - Vegetarianism
6 - The Ethics of Eating
7 - Fasting: I - Means of Purification
II - Another Form of Nutrition
8 - Communion
9 - The Meaning of the Blessing
10 - The Spirit Transforms Matter
11 - The Law of Symbiosis