When did growing and eating food cease to be considered sacred? How did society forget the connection between food and health? Jim PathFinder Ewing answers these and other questions in Conscious Food, providing a background on the emergence of agriculture and the declining connection with food as society evolved, particularly during times of war, and scrutinizes today s conventional farming that relies upon deadly toxins and unsustainable fossil fuels. The book outlines how modern people can avoid being victims of biocultural evolution and the resultant entropy of declining global and personal health and instead contribute to the movement toward mindful food choices and better world health, both physically and spiritually. Ewing discusses how society can nurture the unseen Spirit world that permeates plants through adopting non-denominational spiritual understandings, and includes how-to examples for growing organic food and fostering a supportive community and urban agriculture, as well as notes for expanded resources.