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‘Food, the Law of Nature’ program in Petersham

  • Katja Esser, putting vegetables into her garden, offers a program on “Food, the Law of Nature, and Physical Well-Being,” on Sunday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Petersham Unitarian Church. Submitted photo

Published: 6/11/2019 9:42:21 PM
Modified: 6/13/2019 10:46:39 AM

PETERSHAM — Nature has always provided everything for life to succeed. Its miracle of recycling everything back to its source allowed the earth to provide nutrients forever to sustain life. Physical perfection and vibrant health came with following the laws of nature. A program, Food, the Law of Nature, and Physical Well-being, facilitated by Katja Esser, will be held at the Petersham Unitarian Church on Sunday, June 16 from 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Esser will take a look at how deviation from the law of nature, particularly around food, has created a global collapse that has touched every aspect of our lives. Esser says “food is a relationship and through this relationship we can find our way back to restoration, to spirit, and our sense of connection to the oneness of all creation.”

Esser is an artist, performer, ceremonialist, videographer, gardener, and creative cook. Through her own healing journey she has done a lot of research and gathered insight as she weaves her unique perspectives into her life and those she touches to assist the awakening consciousness and the return to oneness. Visit her website at

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