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Ramana Mararshi, the peerless Sage, said: "Regulation of diet, restricting it to sattvic food, taken in moderate quantities, is the best of all rules of conduct and the most conducive to the development of sattvic (pure) qualities of mind. These in turn help one in the practice of Self-enquiry."

Slaughter houses and other places where beings are distressed and mistreated act as negative energy generators which malignly effect the Earth and it's inhabitants. Although it is usually people that are particularly sensitive who sense such things everyone has some degree of awareness of them.

Just as mould spreads more easily in conditions that are dark and damp so do malignant delusions and evil acts propagate themselves more virulently in areas of low frequency/negative energy. It is a case of like attracts like. The overall energy of the planet is made up of the combined energies of its' countless inhabitants. Every good action lightens the atmosphere and makes the planet more heavenly. Every bad action darkens the atmosphere and makes the planet more hell like.

The more evolved the life form the stronger the vibrations which are emitted. So although all life is equally sacred, from the viewpoint of the esoteric sciences there is a kind of hierarchy in that plants, insects, amphibians and fish are more unconscious and less potent when emanating good or bad vibrations than more complex mammals such as pigs, sheep, cows, monkeys and humans.

All things vibrate and effect/are effected by the vibrations around them. According to the law of sympathetic vibration the nearer in frequency 2 things are to each other the greater the effect they have on each other, dependent also on distance and amplitude etc of course.

For example imagine a state radio station operating on a particular frequency. If a pirate radio station is set up on a very different frequency then you could still tune into the state radio station and listen to it clearly. But if the pirate radio station was set up to broadcast on the same, or similar, frequency to the state radio station it would interfere with the state signal.

The first case, that of the pirate station transmitting on a very different frequency, illustrates the vegetarian diet. Although plants are alive and give off subtle vibrations they are of such a different level of consciousness that our natural human frequency is not disrupted. However they do have a slight effect which is utilized by herbalists and practitioners of Ayruveda to heal and balance the human organism.

The second case, that of a pirate station transmitting on the same or similar frequency as the original state radio, illustrates the meat eaters diet. The herd like mentality of much of humanity is unfortunately strengthened by their consumption of animal meat. If the animal had been mistreated or suffered a lot of stress before death then these negative vibrations are also consumed by and malignantly effect the meat eater to some degree dependent on various factors.

Everyone of us, at any moment "inhabits" countless conceptual groups each of which subtly influence us to some degree. For example when we smile we become a member of the group of all those who are smiling. Smile now. One of the reasons that this makes you feel good is that by smiling you attune to the collective energy of the group: those who are smiling. Of course in that group there are countless sub-groups, and sub-groups of sub-groups and so on like an infinite conceptual/vibrational fractal. For example by smiling genuinely and kindly you benefit from a better sub group energy than if you had smiled sarcasticly.

All truly wise and compassionate beings are at least vegetarian or vegan. So simply by being a vegetarian/vegan we become a member of the same conceptual group as these benevolent beings and we thus attune with their energy.

In the sub-group of the western nations, those who are vegetarian/vegans are often compassionate free thinkers with an interest in their health and self improvement. By living similarly we benefit from the collective energy of that good group. We also contribute towards the strength of that energy and so help to uplift and sanctify all life on this planet.

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Eat Like You Care: An Examination of the Morality of Eating Animals
by Gary L Francione, Anna Charlton
$10.79 new/used

***SPECIAL OFFER*** Take $2 OFF per copy purchased through CreateSpace ( with discount code: Z8RZS95M This book puts the issue of eating animals squarely on the table. We all claim to care about animals and to regard them as having at least some moral value. We all claim to agree that it?s wrong to inflict ?unnecessary? suffering and death on animals and--whatever disagreement we may have about when animal use is necessary?we all agree that the suffering and death of animals cannot be justified by human pleasure, amusement, or convenience. We condemn Michael Vick for dog fighting precisely because we feel strongly that any pleasure that Vick got from this activity could not possibly justify what he did. So how can we justify the fact that we kill many billions of land animals and fish every year for food? However ?humanely? we treat and kill these animals, the amount of animal suffering we cause is staggering. Yet no one maintains that animal foods are necessary for optimal health. Indeed, mounting empirical evidence points to animal foods being detrimental for human health. But however you evaluate that evidence, there can be no serious doubt that we can have excellent health with a vegan diet. There is also broad consensus that animal agriculture is an ecological disaster. Animal agriculture is responsible for water pollution, air pollution, deforestation, soil erosion, inefficient use of plant protein and water, and all sorts of other environmental harms. The best justification we have for the unimaginable amount of suffering and death that we impose on animals is that they taste good. We enjoy the taste of animal foods. But how is this any different from Michal Vick claiming that his dog fighting operation was justifiable because he enjoyed watching dogs fight? Vick liked sitting around a pit watching animals fight. We enjoy sitting around the summer barbecue pit roasting the corpses of animals who have had lives and deaths that are as bad, if not worse than, Vick?s dogs. What is the difference between Michael Vick and those of us who eat animal foods? This book shows that there is no difference, or at least not any difference that matters morally. Francione and Charlton argue that if you think animals matter morally?if you reject the idea that animals are just things?your own beliefs require that you stop eating animal products. There is nothing "extreme" about a vegan diet; what is extreme is the inconsistency between what we say we believe and how we act where animals are concerned. Many of us are uneasy thinking about the animals who end up on our plates. We may have thought about stopping eating animal products but there are many excuses that have kept us from doing so. The authors explore the 30+ excuses they have heard as long-time vegans and address each one, showing why these excuses don?t work. Packed with clear, commonsense thinking on animal ethics, without jargon or complicated theory, this book will change the way you think about what you eat.
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Why I Don't Eat Faces: A Neurophilosophical Argument for Veganism
by David Christopher LaneSearch for David Christopher Lane
$3.53 new/used

The moral imperative behind vegetarianism is precisely this: To imagine the pain of an animal and then to ask yourself one straightforward question: Do I need to kill it in order to live? And, if you do not need to eat animals to live a good life, then ask yourself the following, and perhaps more pertinent, questions: Is slaughtering a cow, beheading a chicken, or hooking a fish necessary? Is my palate the driving force behind my ethical values?
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Easy To Be Vegan: Overcoming All The Challenges and Difficulties of Becoming a Vegan (Vegan diet, Vegan, Vegan lifestyle, Vegan recipes, Healthy vegan, Veganism, Plant Based Diet)
by Riki BerkoSearch for Riki Berko

Overcoming All The Challenges and Difficulties of Becoming a Vegan

Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.

Do you think about every single ingredient, where it comes from and how it was produced or grown? Do you think the following about being vegan?:
You will not enjoy your food, You can?t enjoy foods without doubling your food budget, Being vegan is hard, etc.
Too often in today?s society we take the easy way out and listen to what commercials and magazines force feed us without learning the real truth. Instead, we should educate ourselves with the correct knowledge and resources.

Veganism is probably one of the most misunderstood concepts in dieting, but this book will educate you about the real truths. You will learn that all of these ideas, and more, are wrong. Being vegan is not only a more healthy way of living, but can be easy as well.
If you?ve ever considered veganism, but thought it was too hard or expensive - pick up Easy to be Vegan and start changing your mind, and life, today.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...

  • Dealing With Your Social Life As a Vegan
  • How To Avoid Deficencies On The Vegan Diet
  • Shopping and Meal Planning As a Vegan
  • How To Go Vegan The Right Way
  • How And Why Vegan Diet Doesn't Have To Be Expensive
  • How And Why You Don't Need To Give On Great Tasting Foods
  • The Benefits Of a Vegan Diet
  • Much, much more!

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Veganism: A Beginner's Motivational Guide for THE Most Healthy, Plant Based Lifestyle and How to Transition in to the Delicious Vegan World! (Vegan Diet , Vegan)
by Elizabeth AronSearch for Elizabeth Aron

Just so you should know Vegetarianism is as old as anywhere between 4000-1500 BC as mentioned in various Ancient Indian Scriptures like Rig Veda and Laws of Manu.
So you see something that ancient cannot go wrong in terms of living a healthier and fitter life. Welcome to

Veganism : A Beginner's Motivational Guide for THE Most Healthy, Plant Based Lifestyle and How to Transition in to the Delicious Vegan World!

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Just the very first step of browsing through vegan books in Kindle is a good sign isn't it ??

Elizabeth Aron has been fortunate to be born and raised a lacto vegetarian (uses dairy products) and has embraced Veganism as she grew up. This book is meant as a beginner's motivational guide to help you get a basic understanding of the life of a vegan . Not only in terms of a diet but other aspects of living a healthier life too.

This book's objective is to lay down the facts and help you make the decision and stick to it as you take your first baby steps towards a healthier and better life for you as well as the entire society as a whole. Though this is your personal decision I believe it affects our family and community as well since it makes everyone around you to at least pause and think about veganism.

A sneak peek of how it will motivate you

  • Vegan First Impression
  • Vegan Lifestyle:Myths and Facts
  • Vegan Nutrition
  • Vegan Shopping Guide & GMO
  • Vegan Cuisine
  • Vegan Countries and Additional Resources
  • Much, much more!

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"This book is fascinating. It makes me feel excited to start a healthy lifestyle because all this confusion about health and diet in America is confusing for a reason! The truth really is out there, and this book is the perfect place to start. Very well written, and easy to follow. I highly recommend this book. It, along with many other similar books with change your life."

"I've been a vegetarian all my life, but thought that the concept of veganism is a bit too extreme. I didn't want to try out a vegan diet just because it has gained popularity. However, this book has changed my outlook altogether. Elizabeth has written an information packed book that gives plenty of reasons why one must become a vegan. It clearly states the facts and debunks all the myths, thereby convincing me that a vegan diet has far more health-benefits as compared to a diet with animal products. The book also gives links to a lot of additional resources and blogs. I tried out the easy-to-make chocolate smoothie recipe given in the book and my kids simply loved it"

"Another book on Veganism I thought, what's going to be new to learn from this book. After reading through I must say that this book deals much more than just vegan food and mere animal rights. This book opens up your mind to a lifestyle of a more civilized and compassionate world, With so many new diseases and heart ailments cropping out nowadays, it is imperative for all of us to know the consequences of an animal diet,genetically modified foods and the benefits of being vegan. Our body would start thanking us for the lifestyle changes that we do.
For me, I believe even following a vegan lifestyle for a few days in a week would show tremendous results.This book is a good read and I highly recommend it."

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Vegan for Life: Everything You Need to Know to Be Healthy and Fit on a Plant-Based Diet
by Jack Norris, Virginia Messina
$4.83 new/used

Are you considering going vegan, but you're not sure how to start? Are you already committed to an animal-free diet, but are unclear about how to get proper nutrients? Vegan for Life is your comprehensive, go-to guide for optimal plant-based nutrition. Registered dietitians and long-time vegans Jack Norris and Virginia Messina debunk some of the most persistent myths about vegan nutrition and provide essential information about getting enough calcium and protein, finding the best supplements, and understanding the "real deal" about soy.

Covering everything from a six-step transition plan to meeting calorie and nutrient needs during pregnancy and breastfeeding, Vegan for Life is the guide for aspiring and veteran vegans alike, complete with an easy-to-use food chart, tasty substitutions, sample menus, and expansive resources.

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Thrive: The Vegan Nutrition Guide to Optimal Performance in Sports and Life
by Brendan BrazierSearch for Brendan Brazier
$4.00 new/used

"Thrive focuses on vegan foods that help fuel your way to uber athleticism."
"The Thrive Diet feeds your body all the nutrients it needs without empty calories and with minimal stress."
- Chicago Tribune 
"Mr. Brazier's vegan principals have garnered a cult following."
- Globe & Mail
"...The Thrive Diet, a guide to vegan diets in sports...has become something of a bible..."
- The Wall Street Journal
"When I train and need to be at my very best physically and mentally, I turn to Brendan. I highly recommend his book Thrive".
- Brian Roberts, 2B, Baltimore Orioles. 2-time MLB All Star.  

is a long-term eating plan to help all athletes (professional or not) develop a lean body, sharp mind, and everlasting energy. As one of the few professional athletes on a plant-based diet, Brendan Brazier researched and developed this easy-to-follow program to enhance his performance as an elite endurance competitor.

Brazier clearly describes the benefits of nutrient-rich foods in their natural state versus processed foods, and how to choose nutritionally efficient, stress-busting whole foods for maximum energy and health. Featuring a 12-week meal plan, over 100 allergen-free recipes with raw food options--including recipes for energy gels, sport drinks, and recovery foods--and a complementary exercise plan, The Thrive Diet is "an authoritative guide to outstanding performance" (Neal D. Barnard, M.D., Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine).

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Eating Animals
by Jonathan Safran FoerSearch for Jonathan Safran Foer
$2.35 new/used

Like many young Americans, Jonathan Safran Foer spent much of his teenage and college years oscillating between enthusiastic carnivore and occasional vegetarian. As he became a husband, and then a father, the moral dimensions of eating became increasingly important to him. Faced with the prospect of being unable to explain why we eat some animals and not others, Foer set out to explore the origins of many eating traditions and the fictions involved with creating them.

Traveling to the darkest corners of our dining habits, Foer raises the unspoken question behind every fish we eat, every chicken we fry, and every burger we grill. Part memoir and part investigative report, Eating Animals is a book that, in the words of the Los Angeles Times, places Jonathan Safran Foer "at the table with our greatest philosophers."
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Main Street Vegan: Everything You Need to Know to Eat Healthfully and Live Compassionately in the Real World
by Victoria Moran, Adair Moran
$2.55 new/used

Hollywood celebrities are doing it. Corporate moguls are doing it. But what about those of us living in the real world?and on a real budget?

Author and holistic health practitioner Victoria Moran started eating only plants nearly thirty years ago, raised her daughter, Adair, vegan from birth,

and maintains a sixty-pound weight loss. In Main Street Vegan, Moran offers a complete guide to making this dietary and lifestyle shift with an

emphasis on practical "baby steps," proving that you don?t have to have a personal chef or lifestyle coach on speed dial to experience the physical

and spiritual benefits of being a vegan. This book provides practical advice and inspiration for everyone?from Main Street to Wall Street, and

everywhere between.

"Finally, a book that isn't preaching to the vegan choir, but to the people in the pews?and the ones who can?t fit in those pews. This is a book for the Main Street majority who aren?t vegans. Once you read this, you'll know it's possible to get healthy and enjoy doing it?even if you live in Paramus or Peoria."?Michael Moore

"A great read for vegans and aspiring vegans."?Russell Simmons

"Yet another divine gift from Victoria Moran. Main Street Vegan covers it all?inspiration, information, and out of this world recipes. This book is a gem."?Rory Freedman, co-author Skinny Bitch

"Main Street Vegan is exactly the guide you need to make changing the menu effortless. Victoria Moran covers every aspect of plant-based eating and cruelty-free living, with everything you need to make healthy changes stick."?Neal Barnard, MD, president, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, and NY Times bestselling author of 21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart

"A great book for anyone who's curious about veganism. It shows that not all vegans are weirdos like me."?Moby
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The Awareness
by Jon Doyle, Gene Stone
$8.44 new/used

On a day like any other, all mammals suddenly gain human-level consciousness?and begin a systematic attack on human kind. Among the ranks of these animals are a bear in the Canadian Rockies, an elephant in a traveling circus in Texas, a pig on a hog farm in North Carolina, and a dog living with his beloved owner in New York. As these four contend with the realities of who they were before the awareness, and who they must now become after it, they are each called to battle. The animals must then fight two wars: the one outside between mammals and humans, and the one inside each of their minds.
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Vegan Diet For Beginners: 30-Day Vegan Diet Plan To Get You Going (Vegan Diet, Vegan Weight Loss, Vegan Cookbook, Veganism)
by Jamie TylerSearch for Jamie Tyler

Lose Weight With Vegan Diet

Vegan Cookbook with Vegan Breakfast, Vegan Lunch, Vegan Dinner Recipes

If you had picked Vegan diet with a desire to knock off those extra pounds and stay healthy, be assured that you have made the right choice. Vegan diet is in fact the only diet that not only helps you in addressing your weight issues but also helps you in having an attitude makeover.

You may wonder what a diet plan has got to do with attitude makeover! Well, the answer is simple. By turning a Vegan, you are indirectly supporting millions of animal rights activists across the globe. You would finally be able to appreciate their principles and probably apply them in your life even after the thirty days.

Keeping the feel good factor aside, the first few questions that will pop on anyone?s mind on reading the title of this book are ? ?What is a Vegan diet??, ?What does it comprise of??, ?How can one eat just plain and boring vegetable based foods for thirty days??.

Well, all your questions are definitely answered in this book! We can promise you that you would be surprised to see so many interesting vegan recipes and be more surprised as the extra pounds vanish into the oblivion at the end of thirty days. Want to know another piece of good news? There are desserts too!

In this book you?ll learn:

  • An overview of a vegan diet

  • What does it take to be a vegan

  • Understanding differences between veganism and vegetarian

  • Benefits of a vegan diet

  • 30-days recommended vegan meal plan

  • Delicious vegan breakfast recipes

  • Heart filling vegan main course recipes

  • Delectable vegan dessert recipes

  • And more

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