Nuture your deep core desire
  • To Be Happy
  • Peaceful
  • Conscious
  • Spiritually
     In-Tune

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"It is said that the flicker of a butterfly wing will affect the tide across the sea. How much more so will be the power of our thoughts, words and deeds."

Welcome to Vegetarian Spirituality!

We are here to honor you who have made compassion a cornerstone of your ethical and practical life. We respect your courage and we hope to be a resource for your life journey.

At those times when you may encounter opposition or misunderstanding, we want to be here with encouragement, inspiration and community.

And at those times when you are experiencing the higher joy which comes from living your core values, we want to be here to celebrate with you.

Practical Compassion

Spirituality begins with compassion for all living beings. Without this core value we cannot reach the peace within that we seek.

At The Most Basic Level

Most of us have a deep core desire to be happy, peaceful, and conscious—to be spiritually in-tune. Our adoption of compassionate habits and awareness directly affects our emotions, mental attitudes and subconscious--our whole being.

This in turn affects the global consciousness. It is said that the flicker of a butterfly's wings will affect the tide across the sea. How much more so will be the power of our thoughts, words and deeds?

Together we will...

Begin this exploration with our E-Booklet...

Find out the intrinsic spiritual importance of our food choices.
Explore the interdependence of our physical and spiritual selves.
Learn how our compassionate food choices develop our will power.
Gain inspiration from the example and teaching of humanity's mystics.

 



All Life Is Connected

JOIN US as we explore how our food choices play into our spiritual progress. We'll look at how all life is connected and how refraining from a cruelty-based diet can make our day-to-day life less burdened and more peaceful, an important step in our ability to focus and meditate.

“Until he extends his circle of compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace."

Albert Schweitzer