” Oh wonderful, oh wonderful, oh wonderful! I am food, I am food, I am food!” Taittirya Upanishad
Take a deep breath and let it out with a sigh…
Warm up your face– more muscles there than anywhere.
Moving right along, lets hear it for “t and t,” tongue and taste buds!
Body Data Practice: What do you taste? Which of six tastes is it closest to?
sour– bitter–sweet– pungent– salty–umami (savory)? mmmmmmmm.
Inner authority? In the morning I like pungent tea with sugar, savory seedy bread with salty peanut butter. NOTHING BITTER! Some of you are totally into taste!~ You know who you are. Thank You! Like Katharine Kunst, (see above) InterPlayer in Berkeley, who shares tons of foodie wisdom on her blog Keepers: Recipes Worth Keeping.
They say sweetness is the last taste to go. See…there is a god.
Raise a hand in connection to dance and sing in honor of the magnificent tongue with help from Bert and Ernie’s La la la’s. I’ve heard it said, that playful eating is at the heart of peacemaking. YUM!
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