Creating A Culture of Peace: A Half-Day Immersive Workshop in Vegan Living

By Elizabeth Gordon (other events)

Saturday, July 23 2016 11:00 AM 3:00 PM EST
  • Are you concerned about our culture's mistreatment of people, animals, and the Earth?

  • Do you feel called to help create a positive future for our children and the world?

  • Do you long to untangle and understand the hidden roots of the dilemmas we face as individuals & a society?

  • Do you aspire to develop skills to embody, share, and teach healthy and compassionate living for service, fun, and/or your livelihood?

This World Peace Diet Training is created and offered by Dr. Will Tuttle to provide effective responses to these questions. You will gain the tools to understand veganism as a spiritually, culturally, and physically transformational path of awakening, and learn how to effectively bring this understanding to your community, friends, and family.

Besides lecture presentations, there will be exercises, meditations, and discussions facilitated by Dr. Tuttle, as well as time for Q & A and discussion in a supportive and nurturing environment. 

We will discuss the Five Levels of Health, the Seven Mentalities, and keys to spiritual and practical dimensions of vegan living.

THE $30 WOKSHOP FEE INCLUDES A DELICIOUS VEGAN LUNCH. Those who pre-pay are guaranteed a copy of Dr. Tuttle's DVD "Concious Eating." Those who register without pre-paying (cash or check accepted at the door) will also receive the DVD, as long as supplies last.

Dr. Will Tuttle is author of the acclaimed best-seller, The World Peace Diet, now published in over 16 languages, and is featured in the hit documentary Cowspiracy. A recipient of the Courage of Conscience Award and the Empty Cages Prize, he is also co-founder of Veganpalooza, the largest online vegan event. A vegan for 36 years and former Zen monk, his Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley focused on educating intuition. He has created eight CD albums of uplifting original piano music. With his spouse Madeleine, a Swiss visionary artist, he lectures extensively and internationally. 


While a vegan lunch and beverages will be provided, attendees may also bring their own food and drink if they wish. However, all items must be 100% vegan, free from any form of animal product including meat, fish, milk, butter, eggs, cheese, and honey.