Eiko Komatsu's Shanty Tea Party
 “Students often ask me about having a baby in India. I understand that people live abroad and come back to Japan to give birth, but I went all the way to give birth. I only touched on it, but since I was asked so many times, I thought I'd tell you about that time.
 When I got pregnant, I was already at an advanced age.In Japanese hospitals, caesarean section would be the norm. I met something that flashed.
 Having read a book by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, I thought about going to Tibet, but climbing a 5000-meter-class mountain would be too much for me, even though I have a child in my belly.Also, I realized that His Holiness the Dalai Lama was not in Tibet, so I decided to give birth in India, where I have been three times, in the holy land of Dharamshara, where His Holiness the Dalai Lama resides.It's fairly simple.
 There are types of people who only see what they can see and types who try to see what they can't see.I thought it was the latter.India was in that process.India is such a country.I think I've been chasing too much only what I can see.From now on, I think we will enter an era in which we must make efforts to see the invisible and use our intuition.
 For 20 years, I kept thinking about it whenever people asked me, and it seems that the final answer can be found in this course (laughs). ”
Lecturer Eiko Komatsu
Profile:
Host of Network Mita Classroom (Brown Rice and Miso Soup Association) and lecturer of Haibara Classroom (Haibara Iyashi no Sato). When he was 24 years old, he went to an ashram (spirit dojo) in India, and since then he began to explore himself.Living in the countryside, he learns about Shindofuji and Ichibutsu, and his eating habits change.He went through the twists and turns of divorce, traveling to Asia, marriage, childbirth, and settling into macrobiotics.He plans to go to a vocational school before his XNUMXth birthday and study hard every day to become a free man.He sings alone with guitarrere, and loves Joichi Sakurazawa, Zen-related books, and mystery books.His motto is "Don't eat what you don't play"
Schedule Saturday, August 2014, 5
Tuition fee Member ¥2,000 / Non-member ¥2,500
※Comes with bancha chai & samosa
Venue Seishoku Kyokai 3F Lecture Room  
Time 10:30 ~ 12:30
Fixed employee 30 Rooms

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