01/12/2024 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 01/12/2024 08:18
New Year's resolutions often come with a renewed investment in making our bodies healthier. Many may take to the newest diet plan or sign up for a health club membership, but it is worth taking some time to consider what actually constitutes a healthy, happy body.
Rituals and bodily techniques are used to align one's individual body with surrounding social and natural environments. These concepts of the body can inform individuals on their relationship with our environment and on what it means to be healthy.Naparstek
Michael Napastek, lecturer in religious studies, shares his expertise on Taoism, an indigenous tradition of China that understands humans to be an integral part of the larger cosmos. Read more at The Conversation.
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Cindi King (865-974-0937, [email protected])