Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Published: Aug 24 2020
Height: 0.56 Width: 6.00 Depth: 9.00
E.A.T. (Energy as Truth) is a conversation-changer, a highly engaging handbook for becoming well, and reconnecting to what would be beneficial for us in a post-pandemic world. Shanks' unique style-likened to Omnivore's Dilemma meets The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying-inspires unusual dots to connect, making a compelling observation that it is vibrational illiteracy that is behind our confusion over what is good for us to eat. How we might truly nourish ourselves on all fronts going forward is this book's reason for being. Using food as a metaphor for what we are willing to take in, the reader is offered an empowering perspective to help find clarity in the contradictory waters of what is deemed healthy. Merging her knowledge as both teacher and practitioner of energy medicine with her love of all things culinary, Shanks vividly explains what it means to be vibrational in nature. She outlines what the challenging ramifications are of having been disconnected from this innate nature of ours, while she alludes to the exceptional future that awaits as we begin to understand the innermost workings of vibrational mastery, and act according to its tenets. Going well beyond current how to raise your vibration instruction, captivating explanations about how vibration works individually, and collectively in concert with all, are thought-provoking in their careful details. All sentient beings-even seemingly non-sentient things-take on fluctuating energetic qualities that directly match their treatment. Since we are all interconnected, these qualities flavor our shared experiences, affecting us in ways that we may have not yet considered. In our collective unconsciousness we have simply forgotten this truth. If we are wise we'll remember, as E.A.T. provides a bounty of new reasons for making new choices for the good of all.
The point is made and well clarified that since all things vibrate, if the treatment of all is aligned with the laws of nature herself, the frequency of the vibration is high, and the connection remains strong between us all. We are not separate from nature, although we have been under the illusion that we can be, and so
have been for some time.
As food production on all fronts has increasingly departed from the ways in which nature intended to feed us, and as we too have become separated from how nature works and of how things grow naturally in healthy eco-systems, we too have become divided from our very nature. This is clearly demonstrated in our growing divisiveness with each other, yet more and more we are also divided from a sense of being well, and of feeling well.
The call to action in E.A.T. is that through individual awareness, we can begin the process of choosing the universal quality of our vibration in the unique ways that are posed, that for some readers may be entirely new food for thought. By detailing our rampant disconnection from the sources of our food, Shanks profoundly illustrates how we are largely unaware of our vibrational nature and the vibrational nature of all beings mutually impacting one another at all times. This vibrational nature of ours is also nature's premier law-that everything and everyone is connected, without exception. We are, indeed, one. This means that what is done to one is done to all, and within E.A.T. a calm voice illuminates this truth in an enlightening, decidedly nonjudgemental manner. Its timely release could not be more instructive and inspirational for the uncertain days that lie ahead.