Sunday, March 18, 2012

The Second Thing I have to Sell You

Okay, so without meaning to push myself on you--but which I'm gonna do anyway--here is the second thing I'm gonna try to sell you. My friend Morgan Maher, the fellow who illustrated my book, has just put together a 4-part webinar for Reality Sandwich's Evolver Intensives. A webinar is when the participants have a seminar or are interviewed by the host, Maher, over the web using cameras. Those who attend the webinar are at their own computers and can watch the seminars in real time, then participate during the question and answer period at the end of the seminar. Sounds complicated but it's not. You just pay your money, get a code to type into your computer and bingo! you're part of the deal.
This webinar series is called Visionary Nutrition: Enhancing Your Health in a Psychedelic World. There are four two-hour sessions in April and if you sign on you get all four of them.
Sunday, April 8 at 3 PM EST, is Daniel Vitalis, a leading health, nutrition and personal development strategist and a great nature-based philosopher.
Saturday, April 14 at 3 PM EST, is moi, Peter Gorman, and I'll be talking about ayahuasca and diet, integrating jungle medicine into everyday living, and I'll bet we touch of foods to keep you health--as I was a New York City chef for two decades before turning to journalism full time.
Sunday, April 22, at 3 PM EST, is Morgan Brent, an ethnopharmacologist who will talk about ayahuasca and the dieta, how we learn from plants and pro-active health and spiritual evolution, among other fascinating topics.
Sunday, April 29, at 3 PM EST, is David Wolfe, one of the worlds' leading authorities on natural health, beauty nutrition, herbalism, chocolate and organic superfoods. His books include Eating for Beauty, Naked Chocolate and Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future.
The series host, Morgan Maher, is an artist, photographer, writer, designer and researcher. He's one of the coolest people I know.
I think this is going to be a very very interesting webinar series. And if it sounds like it to you as well, then what are you waiting for. Sign up. The cost if you register by March 28 is $75 for the whole shebang. After that it will bust you for $85. But you know what? That's not much to listen to those others guys for a couple of hours. And I'll try to entertain you as well.

It's gonna be cool.

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